Government in America: People, Politics, and Policy, 2012 Election 16th Edition by George C. Edwards III, Martin P. Wattenberg, Robert L. Lineberry



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Discover the impact of American politics on public policy. Using a public policy lens, Government in America: 2012 Election Edition examines how government affects citizens’ day-to-day lives. In addition to outlining the salient aspects of American politics, this literature poses the questions, “How should we govern?” and “What should government do?” Students studying American government learn that the political system determines what the government can and cannot accomplish for the people.

Examine “American government is a master class. The book appeals to students because of its attention to detail, thorough historical coverage, and current trends in American politics. The book has a wealth of visuals, and the educational resources are helpful. Each chapter’s conclusion, which connects the chapter to the concepts of democracy and the reach of government, is one of its best features.— Cleveland State University’s Jeneen Hobby Concerning the Writer At Texas A&M University, George C. Edwards III holds the Jordan Chair in Presidential Studies and is a University Distinguished Professor of Political Science. He also holds the University of Oxford’s Winant Professorship in American Government. Upon realizing his improbable fate of becoming the New York Yankees’ shortstop, he resorted to political science. He has authored or edited twenty-five volumes on American politics and is now regarded as one of the nation’s foremost authorities on the presidency. Teaching American politics at the University of California, Irvine is Martin P. Wattenberg’s role. After working with the Washington Redskins for a while, he went on to the University of Michigan to get his Ph.D. Is Voting for Young People?, his book that explores the participation of youth in elections today, was written by him. His study also covers the comparative analysis of US elections with those of other well-established democracies. Robert L. Lineberry is a University of Houston political science professor. In addition to being the author or coauthor of many political science books and papers, Bob has served as president of the American Political Science Association’s Policy Studies Section. Furthermore, for the last forty years, he has consistently taught the foundational course on American governance.

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