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The Best Guide to American Politics: Easily Accessible Information for a Richer, Fuller Life

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Knowledge is Power. Learn how the system operates and make it work for you. Read on.

Don't just stand there! Do something! Your vote counts for more than you think. Chapter 1 explains everything you need to know about the voting process--who, what where when and why. Can you pass the Immigration and Naturalization Service Test? Go directly to chapter 4. It's the difference
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Paperback, 320 pages
Published March 9th 2000 by Renaissance Books
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Nikki  King
Not a full review, but the author was entertaining enough. I didn't feel like I was going to fall asleep and I didn't feel like he was forcing opinions on me either. This book was actually pretty interesting and informational. I needed to read it for an essay I'm writing on wether Political Parties are good for America. This was really helpful!
Sanz
I love this book. It is the most basic PoliSci book out there.
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