Georgia State Politics: The Constitutional Foundation
Georgia State Politics: The Constitutional Foundation traces the continuing threads of political continuity and modern change among Georgia's many communities, local governments, and enduring state institutions. Georgia State Politics is written and illustrated to be brief enough to remain interesting, while being long enough and current enough to build a solid understanding of Georgia State Government.
The theoretical approach of Lee Allen and Marc Pufong's Georgia State Politics: The Constitutional Foundation is Constitutional, yet framed within the State's traditional individualistic, and moralistic political culture. This approach traces and assesses the development of the various Constitutions of Georgia, linking the current Constitution to the existing institutions of government, and showing how recent amendments to the Constitution mayor may not maintain some of the more traditional elements of Georgia's complex culture and politics.
Georgia State Politics: The Constitutional Foundation:
- Is designed to stand alone or to be compatible with joint State/American Government courses or comparative studies of American States.
- Includes the latest statistical data on population increases and comprehensive coverage of Georgia’s budgeting process during a single year.
- Is student friendly with a list of key words and essay questions in each chapter to stimulate learning and classroom discussions.
- Is instructor friendly with a new and completely reformatted test bank and answers.
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