This book, now in a new edition presents an institutional approach to the study of American government and politics. It is written by a political scientist and a political journalist and integrates coverage of literature , history, philosophy, economics and culture. It describes the American experience in historical, cultural, popular cultural, and multicultural terms, outlining the basic political ideas of Americans and permitting students to see politics and government in a social and humane context. Teaching the history of media and its influences on politics, particularly presidential politics, it also covers new analytical perspectives, current events, recent research, and new data, and provides two new chapters on civil liberties and bureaucracy.
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