Scott Franklin Abernathy
CQ Press; 1st edition
1544307365; 1544324448; 1544324456; 1544307381; 154430739X; 1544307373
9781544307367/ 9781544324449/ 9781544324456/ 9781544307381/ 9781544307398/ 9781544307374
In his book “American Government: Stories of a Nation,” writer Scott Abernathy listens to the voices of the individuals of the United States. He demonstrates how various concepts all through the historical past of our nation have formed our political establishments, our traits, the legal guidelines we reside by, the way in which we participate and behave, and the challenges we face. His style of instructing through narratives brings to life the major concepts of authoritative figures, so rendering them more remembered and relevant, and enabling all pupils to recognize aspects of themselves inside the pages of the book. For the brand new Brief Version, Abernathy has painstakingly simplified and up to date the content material from the Full model. This provides you with the data you want, in addition to the tales you possibly can relate to, in a more condensed and worth-oriented package deal.
“Well written and timely, as well as timely… The stories have an organic feel to them; they are not in any way forced or strained. In the name of Thomas Baldino
“Abernathy’s textbook sets itself apart from others on the market thanks to the inclusion of both historical references and modern-day examples.” — James Ronan Donnelly
“One of the easiest-to-understand textbooks I’ve ever read; great for non-majors who aren’t interested in a lot of different theories yet don’t want to be talked down to.” The aforementioned William Housel
The book “American Government: Stories of a Nation” in its “Brief Edition” goes over the most important aspects of the subject and helps students learn what they ought to be aware of… I have no doubt that this approach is exactly what the students are looking for. — Frank Fuller
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