By David McKay
Now in its 8th variation, this renowned creation tackles the newest developments in American politics and society via rationalization, analyses, and interpretations of presidency procedures – including necessary context for college students via contemplating those strategies and advancements from a world perspective.
- Fully up-to-date to take account of the various contemporary advancements in American politics and society – exploring probably the most turbulent political arenas witnessed in decades
- Features new chapters on environmental politics and the Obama presidency
- Shifts its concentration from the distance among public expectancies and govt functionality to the more and more divisive ideological weather of America’s political system
- Benefits from a student-friendly type and layout with a number of illustrations and a number valuable pedagogical gains, together with chronologies, biographies, and definition containers highlighting key ideas and arguable issues
- Offers thought-provoking insights into the social history to modern politics in the US, whereas absolutely embracing the newest advancements and contemplating those from a non-U.S. perspective
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2b. Source: Pew Research Center, Pew Global So, as far as the distribution of resources is concerned, Americans Attitudes Project, ‘The American-West prefer private to public institutions. Indeed, the ‘state’ as such is European Values Gap’, 17 November 2011, held in quite low esteem compared with its status in other countries. a. Reprinted with permission of But we should be wary of inferring that Americans are always Pew Research Center Global Attitudes Project. antipathetic to government- provided goods and services.
Americans’ Ambivalent View of Government and Taxes It has been our fate as a nation, not to have ideologies but to be one. – RICHARD HOFSTADTER The American ideology can be described in five words: liberty, egalitarianism, individualism, populism and laissez faire. – SEYMOUR MARTIN LIPSET American Politics and Society, Eighth Edition. David McKay. © 2013 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Published 2013 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Beliefs, Values and American Society The Nature of American Beliefs and Values One of the most enduring debates in social science concerns the relationship between the mass public’s beliefs and values and political authority.
194). c ountries. 4 shows, a high level of immigration continues even today, with more than 1 million new Americans arriving in 2001 alone. In comparative context this is a high figure, for no other industrial country allows such an influx. During periods of labour shortage or political emergency, many European c ountries have encouraged some – often temporary – immigration, but none permits a continuing high level of immigration which persists even during periods of high unemployment and low rates of economic growth.
American Politics and Society by David McKay