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Product Description: NOTE: This book will not include access codeWe the People develops students’ political thinking skills through its innovative adaptive program. This brief program provides analytical tools that sharpen and deepen students’ understanding of American politics, and supports them in mastering the core concepts of the course by learning how―not what―to think about politics...read more

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9780078024795 | 11 edition (McGraw-Hill Humanities Social, December 16, 2014), cover price $188.55 | About this edition: NOTE: This book will not include access codeWe the People develops students’ political thinking skills through its innovative adaptive program.

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Product Description: Unique to this program is a balanced, well-respected author who makes complex topics easy. Tom Patterson is a recognized voice in media who teaches at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. We the People’s strong authorship and market-leading digital products make this an ideal solution to course goals...read more

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9780073379173 | 10th edition (McGraw-Hill Humanities Social, December 11, 2012), cover price $188.55 | About this edition: Unique to this program is a balanced, well-respected author who makes complex topics easy.

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Product Description: "There are a lot of bad republicans; there are no good democrats."—Ann Coulter In today’s climate of hyper-partisanship, blurred lines between political news, analysis, and entertainment, and outrageous comments from the chattering classes, who better than Tom Patterson to provide students with the tools and context to make informed judgments and become skilled political thinkers? Patterson’s We the People has long been a best seller for American government courses due to its insightful, readable, and balanced portrayal of the American political system...read more

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9780077583996 | 9 unbnd edition (McGraw-Hill Humanities Social, June 30, 2011), cover price $127.80 | About this edition: "There are a lot of bad republicans; there are no good democrats.
9780073379067 | 9 edition (McGraw-Hill Humanities Social, December 22, 2010), cover price $170.40 | About this edition: "There are a lot of bad republicans; there are no good democrats.

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Product Description: In today’s climate of hyper-partisanship, blurred lines between political news, analysis, and entertainment, and outrageous comments from the chattering classes, who better than Tom Patterson to provide students with the tools and context to make informed judgments and become skilled political thinkers? Patterson’s The American Democracy has long been a best seller for American government courses due to its insightful, readable, and balanced portrayal of the American political system...read more

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9780073526409 | 11 edition (McGraw-Hill Humanities Social, December 13, 2012), cover price $268.05 | About this edition: In today’s climate of hyper-partisanship, blurred lines between political news, analysis, and entertainment, and outrageous comments from the chattering classes, who better than Tom Patterson to provide students with the tools and context to make informed judgments and become skilled political thinkers?
9780073379098 | 10th edition (McGraw-Hill Humanities Social, December 8, 2010), cover price $220.10 | About this edition: "There are a lot of bad republicans; there are no good democrats.

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9780077339050 | 10 alt edition (McGraw-Hill Humanities Social, December 13, 2010), cover price $170.40

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9780077237943 | 9 stg edition (McGraw-Hill College, December 31, 2008), cover price $54.00

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"There are a lot of bad republicans; there are no good democrats."—Ann Coulter In today’s climate of hyper-partisanship, blurred lines between political news, analysis, and entertainment, and outrageous comments from the chattering classes, who better than Tom Patterson to provide students with the tools and context to make informed judgments and become skilled political thinkers? Patterson’s The American Democracy has long been a best seller for American government courses due to its insightful, readable, and balanced portrayal of the American political system. The 10th edition continues this tradition of excellence while also introducing a new emphasis on political thinking at a time when the partisan divide seemingly could not be wider and unbiased political information is often drowned out by other sources. With expertise in the areas of public opinion, the media, and elections among other areas, Tom Patterson is a voice you can trust to help develop your students critical thinking skills when it comes to politics and political science. As Patterson notes, “Political thinking takes place within the context of a person’s political interests and values, which can lead equally thoughtful individuals to reach opposing opinions on the same issue.” If you are looking for learning materials to help ensure your students leave your course among those “thoughtful individuals” that will carry the debate forward in measured and informed ways, The American Democracy is the right choice for you.

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9780077424183 | 11 edition (McGraw-Hill Humanities Social, December 12, 2012), cover price $268.05
9780077339067 | 10th edition (McGraw-Hill Humanities Social, January 12, 2011), cover price $227.20 | About this edition: "There are a lot of bad republicans; there are no good democrats.
9780077237929 | 9 edition (McGraw-Hill Humanities Social, November 26, 2008), cover price $184.60

Product Description: Why are our politicians almost universally perceived as liars? What made candidate Bill Clinton's draft record more newsworthy than his policy statements? How did George Bush's masculinity, Ronald Reagan's theatrics with a microphone, and Walter Mondale's appropriation of a Wendy's hamburger ad make or break their presidential campaigns?Ever since Watergate, says Thomas E...read more

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9780517157664 | Random House Value Pub, October 16, 1995, cover price $5.99 | About this edition: Why are our politicians almost universally perceived as liars?

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