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Why Do We Have Rules?
By Ginger Giles (illustrator) and Caroline Arnold
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Publisher Franklin Watts
Publication date February 1, 1983
Pages 31
Binding Library
Book category Juvenile Non-Fiction
ISBN-13 9780531045091
ISBN-10 0531045099
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Original list price $7.90
Other format details juvenile
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A basic introduction to the concepts of government and law discusses diverse facets of federal, state, and local government and explains the operation of the federal government and the functions of laws, taxes, elections, and defense
Amazon.com description: Product Description: A basic discussion of the need for rules in society and of how our government is formed, chosen, and used.

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