By David McKay
- Fully up to date to take account of the numerous contemporary advancements in American politics and society – exploring advancements characterised by way of the private ideological divisions in contemporary memory
- Features new chapters at the functionality of the Obama presidency and the polarization of yank politics
- Focuses at the divisive ideological weather that now dominates American politics and which was once exemplified via the sour and polarized 2016 presidential election campaign
- Benefits from a student-friendly type and layout with various illustrations and a number beneficial pedagogical beneficial properties, together with chronologies, biographies, and definition bins highlighting key recommendations and debatable issues
- Offers thought-provoking insights into the social history to modern politics in the USA, whereas absolutely embracing the newest advancements and contemplating those from a non-U.S. perspective
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American Politics and Society by David McKay