Think: American Government 2012 by Neal TannahillThink: American Government 2012 by Neal Tannahill

Think: American Government 2012

byNeal Tannahill

Paperback | December 30, 2011

Pricing and Purchase Info

$120.30 online 
$128.75 list price
Earn 602 plum® points

Out of stock online

Not available in stores

about

With an engaging visual design, an inexpensive price, and filled with contemporary content, THINK American Government 2012 Edition, 4/e is the American Government text your students will actually read. Informed by the latest research and including numerous real-world examples, it allows instructors to bring current events directly into the classroom with little additional work–and at less than half the cost of a traditional text.
Neal Tannahill has taught courses in American government and politics at Houston Community College for more than 30 years. The primary focus of his career has been helping students to master course content, successfully complete courses, earn degrees, and achieve their academic goals. He is the author of a series of textbooks including...
Loading
Title:Think: American Government 2012Format:PaperbackDimensions:432 pages, 10.8 × 8.5 × 0.8 inPublished:December 30, 2011Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0205856004

ISBN - 13:9780205856008

Reviews

Table of Contents

Introduction—Government, Politics, and the Policymaking Process                                      

1. A Changing America                                                                                   

2. The American Constitution                                                                            

3. The Federal System                                                                                     

4. Civil Liberties

5. Civil Rights

6. Public Opinion                                                                                              

7. Political Participation                                                                                    

8. The Media                                                                                                   

9. Interest Groups                                                                                            

10. Political Parties                                                                                            

11. Campaigns and Elections                                                                                    

12. Congress                                                                                                        

13. The Presidency                                                                                                

14. The Federal Bureaucracy                                                                                 

15. The Federal Courts                                                                                           

16. Economic Policymaking                                                                                   

17. Foreign and Defense Policymaking