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Government Workbook

Government Workbook

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Student Handbook
American Government
TENTH EDITIONJames Q. Wilson and John J. DiIulio, Jr.
P. S. Ruckman, Jr.
Rock Valley College
 
Houghton Mifflin Company
B
OSTON
N
EW
Y
ORK
 
 
 
Sponsoring Editor:
Katherine Meisenheimer 
 Development Editor:
 Lisa Kalner Williams
 Editorial Assistant:
Kristen Craib
 Senior Manufacturing Coordinator:
 Renee Ostrowski
 Manufacturing Assistant:
Christina Kim
 Executive Marketing Manager:
 Nicola Poser 
 Marketing Associate:
Kathleen Mellon
 Copyright © 2006 by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.No part of this work may be reproduced in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical,including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage or retrieval system without theprior written permission of Houghton Mifflin Company unless such copying is expressly permitted byfederal copyright law. Address inquiries to College Permissions, Houghton Mifflin Company, 222Berkeley Street, Boston, MA 02116-3764.Printed in the U.S.A.ISBN: 0-618-56246-X
123456789-EB-09 08 07 06 05
 
 
Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.
Contents
T
O THE
S
TUDENT
...................................................................................................................................
V
 
PART ONE: THE AMERICAN SYSTEM ..........................................................................................1
CHAPTER 1 - T
HE
S
TUDY OF
A
MERICAN
G
OVERNMENT
....................................................................1CHAPTER 2 - T
HE
C
ONSTITUTION
.....................................................................................................17CHAPTER 3 - F
EDERALISM
................................................................................................................41CHAPTER 4 - A
MERICAN
P
OLITICAL
C
ULTURE
................................................................................61CHAPTER 5 - C
IVIL
L
IBERTIES
..........................................................................................................80CHAPTER 6 - C
IVIL
IGHTS
.............................................................................................................101PART 1 - C
LASSIC
S
TATEMENT
: F
EDERALIST
 N
O
. 39......................................................................121
PART II: OPINIONS, INTERESTS, AND ORGANIZATIONS....................................................125
CHAPTER 7 - P
UBLIC
O
PINION
........................................................................................................125CHAPTER 8 - P
OLITICAL
P
ARTICIPATION
........................................................................................144CHAPTER 9 - P
OLITICAL
P
ARTIES
...................................................................................................162CHAPTER 10 - E
LECTIONS AND
C
AMPAIGNS
..................................................................................185CHAPTER 11 - I
 NTEREST
G
ROUPS
...................................................................................................208CHAPTER 12 - T
HE
M
EDIA
..............................................................................................................226PART 2 - C
LASSIC
S
TATEMENT
: “T
HE
O
MNIPOTENCE OF THE
M
AJORITY IN THE
U
 NITED
S
TATES AND
I
TS
E
FFECTS
,”
FROM
 D
 EMOCRACY IN 
 A
MERICA
 ,
BY
A
LEXIS DE
T
OCQUEVILLE
..................................245
PART III: INSTITUTIONS OF GOVERNMENT..........................................................................249
CHAPTER 13 - C
ONGRESS
...............................................................................................................249CHAPTER 14 - T
HE
P
RESIDENCY
.....................................................................................................276CHAPTER 15 - T
HE
B
UREAUCRACY
................................................................................................297CHAPTER 16 - T
HE
J
UDICIARY
........................................................................................................316PART 3 - C
LASSIC
S
TATEMENT
: “B
UREAUCRACY
,”
FROM
M
AX
W
EBER 
:
 E 
SSAYS IN 
OCIOLOGY 
....336
PART IV: THE POLITICS OF PUBLIC POLICY.........................................................................340
CHAPTER 17 - T
HE
P
OLICY
-M
AKING
P
ROCESS
..............................................................................340CHAPTER 18 - E
CONOMIC
P
OLICY
..................................................................................................357CHAPTER 19 - S
OCIAL
W
ELFARE
....................................................................................................376CHAPTER 20 - F
OREIGN
P
OLICY AND
M
ILITARY
P
OLICY
...............................................................392CHAPTER 21 - E
 NVIRONMENTAL
P
OLICY
.......................................................................................418

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