We The People14th Edition
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CHAPTER 1: CRITICAL THINKING AND POLITICAL CULTURE: BECOMING A RESPONSIBLE CITIZEN
CHAPTER 2: CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRACY: PROMOTING LIBERTY AND SELF-GOVERNMENT
CHAPTER 3: FEDERALISM: FORGING A NATION
CHAPTER 4: CIVIL LIBERTIES: PROTECTING INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS
CHAPTER 5: EQUAL RIGHTS: STRUGGLING TOWARD FAIRNESS
CHAPTER 6: PUBLIC OPINION AND POLITICAL SOCIALIZATION: SHAPING THE PEOPLE’S VOICE
CHAPTER 7: POLITICAL PARTICIPATION: ACTIVATING THE POPULAR WILL
CHAPTER 8: POLITICAL PARTIES, CANDIDATES, AND CAMPAIGNS: DEFINING THE VOTERS' CHOICE
CHAPTER 9: INTEREST GROUPS: ORGANIZING FOR INFLUENCE
CHAPTER 10: THE NEWS MEDIA AND THE INTERNET: COMMUNICATING POLITICS
CHAPTER 11: CONGRESS: BALANCING NATIONAL GOALS AND LOCAL INTERESTS
CHAPTER 12: THE PRESIDENCY: LEADING THE NATION
CHAPTER 13: THE FEDERAL BUREAUCRACY: ADMINISTERING THE GOVERNMENT
CHAPTER 14: THE FEDERAL JUDICIAL SYSTEM: APPLYING THE LAW
CHAPTER 15: ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY: CONTRIBUTING TO PROSPERITY
CHAPTER 16: INCOME, WELFARE, AND EDUCATION POLICY: PROVIDING FOR PERSONAL SECURITY
CHAPTER 17: FOREIGN POLICY: PROTECTING THE AMERICAN WAY
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