Soft Bound Version for American Democracy Now https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/1260110613.jpeg 5 9781260110616 American Democracy Now engages students in American politics through relevant content and supportive digital tools that enrich and reinforce learning. Accessible to students at all levels, the narrative is brought to life through compelling features, such as an abundance of rich visuals and graphics and the Then, Now, Next framework, helping students gain a comprehensive understanding of American government yesterday, through the proven tools of today, to become the political thinkers of tomorrow.
Soft Bound Version for American Democracy Now

Soft Bound Version for American Democracy Now

5th Edition
By Brigid Harrison
ISBN10: 1260110613
ISBN13: 9781260110616
Copyright: 2017
09781260110616

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ISBN10: 1260110613 | ISBN13: 9781260110616

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Chapter 1 People, Politics, and Participation
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 Elections, Campaigns, 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
Chapter 19 State and Local Government

About the Author

Brigid Harrison

BRIGID CALLAHAN HARRISON specializes in the civic engagement and political participation of Americans, especially the Millennial generation and Generation Z, the U.S. Congress, and the presidency. Brigid has taught American government for 25 years at Montclair State University in New Jersey. She takes particular pride in creating a learning experience in the classroom that shapes students’ lifelong understanding of American politics, sharpens their critical thinking about American government, and encourages their participation in civic life. She enjoys supervising student internships in political campaigns and government and is a frequent commentator in print and electronic media on national and New Jersey politics. She is past president of the New Jersey Political Science Association and of the National Women’s Caucus for Political Science. She received her B.A. from Stockton University; her M.A. from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey; and her Ph.D. from Temple University. Harrison lives in Longport, New Jersey, with her husband, Paul Meilak, a retired New York City police detective. She has three children: Caroline (26), Alexandra (20), and John (18). Born and raised in New Jersey, Harrison is a fan of Bruce Springsteen and in her spare time, she enjoys reading on the beach, traveling, cycling, and binge-watching political thrillers on Netflix. Like her on Facebook at Brigid Callahan Harrison, and follow her on Twitter @BriCalHar.