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Election! A Kid's Guide to Picking Our President by Dan Gutman (Excerpt)

Election! A Kid's Guide to Picking Our President by Dan Gutman (Excerpt)

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How does the president get his job? How do people know who will win an election before everybody’s voted? Do the candidates hate each other? Dan Gutman takes on his strangest subject ever: the American political system. Reaching through history from the days of the founding fathers to today’s voting system, Gutman tackles complex subjects in a clear, easy-to-understand way. Even grown-ups will find something in here that they’ve never learned before. Politics are a crazy game, and with Dan Gutman teaching you the rules, you’re going to have a blast learning how to play.
How does the president get his job? How do people know who will win an election before everybody’s voted? Do the candidates hate each other? Dan Gutman takes on his strangest subject ever: the American political system. Reaching through history from the days of the founding fathers to today’s voting system, Gutman tackles complex subjects in a clear, easy-to-understand way. Even grown-ups will find something in here that they’ve never learned before. Politics are a crazy game, and with Dan Gutman teaching you the rules, you’re going to have a blast learning how to play.

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ELECTION!
A KID’S GUIDE TOPICKING OUR PRESIDENT
Dan Gutman
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Author’s Note
It would have sounded awkward and repetitive tohear the words “the president” over and over again inthis book. Because we haven’t had a emale presidentyet, it would have sounded even more awkward toreer to the president as “she” or “he/she.” So withinthese pages, the president is sometimes reerredto as “the president” and sometimes reerred to as“he.” No oense is intended to emales, one o whomwill surely be elected president o the United Statessometime soon.

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