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The book provides a complete subject review of AP US Government and Politics with important subjects receiving their own sub-chapter heading; brush up on the basics of the constitutional underpinnings of the US, political beliefs and behaviors, political parties, institutions of national government, public policy, civil rights, civil liberties, and more.
Grab your code in the front of the book for access to the online REA Study Center, where you'll find chapter quizzes, mini-tests, and a full-length practice exam that helps to pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses.
Finally, get the flashcard app to practice wherever you happen to be.or simply because you prefer using your phone to using actual physical cards!
275 pages, softcover, indexed.
Number of Pages: 304
Vendor: Research & Education Assoc.
Publication Date: 2012
|Dimensions: 11.00 X 8.50 (inches)|
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James M. Lutz, Ph.D., is a professor of political science at Indiana University-Purdue University at Fort Wayne, Indiana. Dr. Lutz has taught a variety of courses in American Government, International Relations, and Comparative Politics. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin.
Thomas D. Berve, M.S., currently teaches AP® U.S. Government & Politics and Comparative Government, AP® European History and non-honors American Government. Mr. Berve has been teaching for 34 years at the high school level. Mr. Berve has been an AP® Reader for both the U.S. Government and Comparative Government exams for six years.
G. Pearson Cross, Ph.D., is head of the Political Science Department at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Dr. Cross’s principal areas of teaching are state and local politics, Southern politics, and Louisiana politics.
Katherine Wares Newman, M.A., teaches U.S. History, AP® U.S. Government & Politics, Contemporary World Issues at Arlington High School in Arlington, Washington. Ms. Newman is in her sixth year teaching at Arlington High School.
Katherine Anne Ellerbrock, M.A., is a teacher at Lakeview High School, St. Clair Shores, Michigan. She began her teaching career at Utica High School in Utica, Michigan, where she taught 10th grade American History and 11th grade American Government. In Troy, Michigan, she taught advanced World History and advanced U.S. History. She specializes in American Government and American History.