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Chapter 2. The Constitution
Chapter 3. Federalism
Chapter 4. Civil Liberties
Chapter 5. Civil Rights
Chapter 6. Political Socialization and Public Opinion
Chapter 7. Interest Groups
Chapter 8. Political Parties
Chapter 9. Campaigns, Elections, and Voting
Chapter 10. The Media
Chapter 11. Politics and Technology
Chapter 12. Congress
Chapter 13. The Presidency
Chapter 14. The Bureaucracy
Chapter 15. The Judiciary
Chapter 16. Economic Policy
Chapter 17. Domestic Policy
Chapter 18. Foreign Policy and National Security
ONLINE Chapter 19. State and Local Government
ONLINE Appendix A The Declaration of Independence
ONLINE Appendix B Federalist No. 10
ONLINE Appendix C Federalist No. 51
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