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Politics For Dummies

Ann M. DeLaney

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Wiley
13 December 2019
Politics & government; Political science & theory; Political structure & processes; Constitution: government & the state
Series: For Dummies
Get up to speed on the U.S. political system Confused by caucuses, primaries, and pollsters? Puzzled by the various parties and special interest groups? Politics For Dummies has everything you need to understand local, state, and national politics; how to communicate with your elected officials; and what your representatives can do for you. You'll find out all about lobbying groups, sub-committees, the government branches, and how elections work. Also included is new information on how to use online tools and social media to find out what legislation is on the floor, what issues are before the Supreme Court, and when congress and the Supreme Court are in session. Understand the United States political system Learn more about the three branches of U.S. government Discover the differences in federal, state, and local operations Get need-to-know information for involvement This book cuts through the political jargon and provides clear, up-to-date details about everything from legislation to polls to presidential elections in the United States-and explains how you can become a political player yourself.
By:   Ann M. DeLaney
Imprint:   Wiley
Country of Publication:   United States
Edition:   3rd Edition
Dimensions:   Height: 231mm,  Width: 184mm,  Spine: 21mm
Weight:   512g
ISBN:   9781119652953
ISBN 10:   1119652952
Series:   For Dummies
Pages:   384
Publication Date:   13 December 2019
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Ann M. DeLaney is currently a Standing Trustee in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy for the Southern District of Indiana. She was the first woman to serve as Chair of a major political party in Indiana and the first woman nominated by a major party as a candidate for Indiana Lieutenant Governor. She has been a delegate to state and national party conventions.

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