Political institutions and public administration (United States)

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The American Congress Reader
Cambridge University Press (2008)
AU$60.50

The American Congress Reader is a supplement to the American Congress textbook.

Real Ksas--Knowledge, Skills & Abilities--For Government Jobs
PREP Publishing (2003)
AU$39.67

Editor Anne McKinneyReviews and ExcerptsThis book is designed to help people who seek their first...

Democracy in America: Volumes I & II
The Floating Press (2009)
AU$9.61

Alexis de Tocqueville's Democracy in America (De la démocratie en Amérique) is a...

Party Polarization in Congress
Cambridge University Press (2008)
AU$36.30

This book examines how Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill have become polarized since the...

A2 US Government and Politics
Hodder Education (2013)
AU$25.29

Get the most up-to-date commentary on US politics post the 2012 election, with this completely...

Full Disclosure: The Perils and Promise of Transparency

Full Disclosure

The Perils and Promise of Transparency

Archon Fung, Mary Graham and 1 more...
Cambridge University Press (2007)
AU$35.20

Full Disclosure is the first analysis of national and international transparency policies.

U.S. Presidential Inaugural Addresses from Washington to Obama
The Floating Press (2009)
AU$9.61

A collection of US inauguration speeches from Washington to Obama. At the beginning of a term each...

The Federalist: With Letters of Brutus

The Federalist

With Letters of Brutus

Cambridge University Press (2003)
AU$36.30

The most accessible rendition ever of a classic of political thought in action.

New Media Campaigns and the Managed Citizen
Cambridge University Press (2005)
AU$35.20

A critical assessment of the role that information technologies have come to play in contemporary...

Total Lobbying: What Lobbyists Want (and How They Try to Get It)

Total Lobbying

What Lobbyists Want (and How They Try to Get It)

Cambridge University Press (2006)
AU$41.80

This book offers a scholarly yet accessible overview of the role of lobbying in American politics.