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American Government: Institutions and Policies

American Government: Institutions and Policies 17th Edition

By: James Q. Wilson John J. DiIulio, Jr. Meena Bose Matthew S. Levendusky
ISBN-10: 0357459768
/ ISBN-13: 9780357459751
Edition: 17th Edition
Language: English
				
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Part 1: The American System

    • Chapter 1: The Study of American Government
    • 1-1: Politics and Democracy
    • 1-2: Political Power in America: Five Views
    • 1-3: Who Governs? To What Ends?
    • 1-4: The Politics of Different Policy Issues
    • Chapter 2: The Constitution
    • 2-1: The Problem of Liberty
    • 2-2: The Constitutional Convention
    • 2-3: Ratification Debates
    • 2-4: Democracy and the Constitution: Post-Ratification Debates
    • Chapter 3: Federalism
    • 3-1: Why Federalism Matters
    • 3-2: Governmental Structure
    • 3-3: Federal Money, State Programs
    • 3-4: A Devolution Revolution?
    • Chapter 4: American Political Culture
    • 4-1: Political Culture
    • 4-2: How the United States Compares With Other Nations
    • 4-3: Sources of Political Culture
    • 4-4: The Culture War
    • Chapter 5: Civil Liberties
    • 5-1: The Courts and Conflicts over Civil Liberties
    • 5-2: The First Amendment and Freedom of Expression
    • 5-3: The First Amendment and Freedom of Religion
    • 5-4: Crime and Due Process
    • 5-5: Civil Liberties and American Democracy
    • Chapter 6: Civil Rights
    • 6-1: Race and Civil Rights
    • 6-2: Women and Equal Rights
    • 6-3: Affirmative Action
    • 6-4: Sexual Orientation and Civil Rights
    • 6-5: Looking Back-and Ahead

Part 2: Opinions, Interests, and Organizations

    • Chapter 7: Public Opinion
    • 7-1: What Is Public Opinion?
    • 7-2: What Drives Opinion?
    • 7-3: Political Information and Public Opinion
    • 7-4: Public Opinion and Public Policy
    • Chapter 8: Political Participation
    • 8-1: A Close Look at Nonvoting
    • 8-2: The Rise of the American Electorate
    • 8-3: Who Participates in Politics?
    • Chapter 9: Political Parties
    • 9-1: What Is a Party?
    • 9-2: The Rise and Decline of the Political Party
    • 9-3: The Functions of Political Parties
    • 9-4: Parties as Organizations
    • 9-5: Parties in the Electorate: Partisanship
    • 9-6: The Two-Party System
    • Chapter 10: Elections and Campaigns
    • 10-1: Presidential Elections: Winning the Nomination
    • 10-2: How Does the Campaign Matter?
    • 10-3: How Do Voters Learn About the Candidates?
    • 10-4: Building a Winning Coalition
    • 10-5: Congressional Elections
    • 10-6: Campaign Finance: Regulating the Flow of Political Money
    • 10-7: Effects of Elections on Policy
    • Chapter 11: Interest Groups
    • 11-1: The Rise of Interest Groups
    • 11-2: Kinds of Organizations
    • 11-3: Interest Groups and Social Movements
    • 11-4: The Activities of Interest Groups
    • 11-5: Regulating Interest Groups
    • Chapter 12: The Media
    • 12-1: The Media and Politics
    • 12-2: Have the Internet and Social Media Changed Everything?
    • 12-3: Media Effects
    • 12-4: Are the Media Trustworthy and Unbiased?
    • 12-5: Government Regulation of the Media

Part 3: Institutions of Government

    • Chapter 13: Congress
    • 13-1: Congress Versus Parliament
    • 13-2: The Evolution of Congress
    • 13-3: Who Is in Congress?
    • 13-4: The Organization of Congress: Parties and Interests
    • 13-5: How a Bill Becomes a Law
    • 13-6: Reforming Congress
    • Chapter 14: The Presidency
    • 14-1: Presidents and Prime Ministers
    • 14-2: The Powers of the President
    • 14-3: How Modern Presidents Influence Policymaking
    • 14-4: Presidential Character, Organization, and Policymaking
    • 14-5: Presidential Transition
    • 14-6: How Powerful Is the President Today?
    • Chapter 15: The Bureaucracy
    • 15-1: Distinctiveness of the American Bureaucracy
    • 15-2: Evolution of the Federal Bureaucracy
    • 15-3: The Federal Bureaucracy Today
    • 15-4: Checks, Problems, and Possibilities for Reform
    • Chapter 16: The Judiciary
    • 16-1: Judicial Review
    • 16-2: Development of the Federal Courts
    • 16-3: The Structure, Jurisdiction, and Operation of the Federal Courts
    • 16-4: The Supreme Court in Action

Part 4: Public Policy and American Democracy

    • Chapter 17: Domestic Policy
    • 17-1: Social Welfare Policy
    • 17-2: Business Regulation Policy
    • 17-3: Environmental Policy
    • 17-4: Beyond Domestic Policy
    • Chapter 18: Economic Policy
    • 18-1: The Economy and Elections
    • 18-2: Economic Theories and Political Needs
    • 18-3: The Machinery of Economic Policymaking
    • 18-4: The Budget, Spending, and Taxes
    • 18-5: Contemporary Debates about Economic Policy
    • Chapter 19: Foreign and Military Policy
    • 19-1: Kinds of Foreign Policy
    • 19-2: The Constitutional and Legal Contexts
    • 19-3: Making Foreign Policy
    • 19-4: The Politics of Foreign Affairs: Military Action, Defense Policy, and the Future
    • Chapter 20: American Democracy, Then and Now
    • 20-1: The Old Versus the New System
    • 20-2: Government Growth: Influences and Consequences
    • 20-3: American Democracy-Then, Now, and Next

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