First Edition • February 10, 2015 • 258 pages
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US Immigration in the Twenty-First Century is a comprehensive examination of the enduring issues surrounding immigration and immigrants in the United States, beginning with a look at the history of immigration policy, followed by an examination of the legislative and legal debates waged over immigration and settlement policies today and…
First Edition • August 5, 2014 • 448 pages
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Judicial Politics in the United States helps students grasp the basics of the U.S. court system and legal processes while locating the courts within the broader system of government in the United States.
Second Edition • January 7, 2014 • 504 pages
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A comprehensive and student-friendly introduction to Congress that uses “Congress as board of directors” as an overarching theme to explain Congress’s roles and functions within the interdependent system of the US government
First Edition • March 26, 2013 • 272 pages
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An innovative examination of Congress’ performance, using benchmarks and aspirations to assess whether or not it can be considered a successful legislative body
Third Edition • August 1, 2004 • 352 pages
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Congressman David Price proves he is uniquely qualified to guide us through the labyrinth of rules, roles, and representatives that is Congress.
First Edition • September 1, 1999 • 256 pages
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Since the time of Watergate and Vietnam, trust in government has fallen precipitously. This can easily be sensed in the apathy and divisiveness that now characterize American politics, but it is perhaps most clearly revealed in poll data. The great majority of Americans do not trust the government to do…
Second Edition • March 1, 1995 • 500 pages
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A revised and updated Congress text. A year on Capitol Hill in 1993 gave Congressional authority Leroy Rieselbach many examples with which to illustrate traditional topics such as rules, committees, and norms, as well as evolving issues such as the year of the woman.