Acrobatiq Smart Author Content for American Government provides a solid understanding of the history and function of American Government, from the shaping of democracy to the creation of the Constitution and Bill of Rights. The structure of the government – federal, state and local – is examined along with the delicate balance between federal and state rights. The course reviews the functions of the branches of government; age, sex, and disability discrimination; and citizens’ rights to privacy. Additional units examine the role of politics, the media, political parties, ideologies, interest groups, voting and public opinion in daily life.
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American Government Includes:
- 5 Units
- 18 Modules
- 65 Learning Objectives
- Over 2,000 Formative and Summative Assessment Opportunities
Unit 1: Types of Government
Unit 2: Civil Rights and Liberties
Unit 3: Branches of Government
Unit 4: Politics
Unit 5: Politics in Daily Life