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It also points the way forward for our polarized and de-moralized society: the revitalization of the. Susan M. Rigdon received AB and PhD degrees in political science from the University of Illinois in andrespectively.
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The executive branch is headed by the President and is independent of the legislature.Understanding American Government is a mainstream text that reflects a diversity point of view. Focusing on the responsiveness of government, the text helps students understand the evolution and impact of important features of government.
The book is a three-time winner of the annual award given by the women's caucus of APSA for coverage of women.