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Building Consensus, ed. , v.
Building Consensus, ed. , v.

Building Consensus, ed. , v.

This book shows how the U.S. government governs by consensus, meaning that it takes into consideration all the relationships between each branch of the federal government as well as the federal government's relationship to each state government. On a smaller scale, students will understand how reaching a consensus can help reach a decision by making each person involved in a decision feel as though their point of view has value.

Bullying, ed. , v.
Bullying, ed. , v.

Bullying, ed. , v.

This book presents students with context for today’s concerns on bullying, with many students witnessing first-hand the damage bullying behavior can inflict. It includes a history of bullying through the ages and early studies and attempts to curb bullying behavior as well as such topics as cyberbullying, anti-bullying campaigns, and issues facing students and caregivers today, like whether cyberbullying should be criminalized.

Civic Engagement, ed. , v.
Civic Engagement, ed. , v.

Civic Engagement, ed. , v.

This book explores civic engagement in the United States, focusing on institutions such as the news media, political parties, and the U.S. Postal Service. Primary sources give readers a better understanding of how U.S. citizens and their government have interacted throughout history to create positive change for the people.

Civic Roles in the Community, ed. , v.
Civic Roles in the Community, ed. , v.

Civic Roles in the Community, ed. , v.

This book explores the responsibilities and benefits of active citizenship. The volume covers ways to become an informed citizen, how to make your voice heard in the community, how to affect change, and the roles of public servants in the community.

Civic Virtue, ed. , v.
Civic Virtue, ed. , v.

Civic Virtue, ed. , v.

This book defines civic virtue and gives concrete examples of civic virtue in practice.

Community Service and Volunteering, ed. , v.
Community Service and Volunteering, ed. , v.

Community Service and Volunteering, ed. , v.

This book examines the importance of community service and volunteering. After reading this informative text, students will have a better understanding of ways they can become active citizens, such as by volunteering at a homeless shelter, donating to a food bank, or helping to build a house.

Constitutional Democracy, ed. , v.
Constitutional Democracy, ed. , v.

Constitutional Democracy, ed. , v.

This book examines the founding principles of democracy, why and how political authority is limited, and how institutions operate and interact in this form of government.

Guns in America, ed. , v.
Guns in America, ed. , v.

Guns in America, ed. , v.

This book provides students with historical context of gun ownership in America, tracing the issue from colonial roots through the establishment of the NRA up to today’s highly charged and often politicized debates around issues like assault rifle bans, open carry laws, and more. It also addresses concealed weapons, mass shootings, and gun ownership and the laws surrounding ownership.

Immigration in America, ed. , v.
Immigration in America, ed. , v.

Immigration in America, ed. , v.

This book explores the complicated topic of immigration by first presenting a historical overview of immigration as well as various points-of-view and key players in the public discourse on immigration. It discusses immigration laws and border security, economic impacts of immigrants, and immigration reform from a wide variety of perspectives.

Literature and Its Times Supplement 1, ed. , v.
Literature and Its Times Supplement 1, ed. , v.

Literature and Its Times Supplement 1, ed. , v.

Provides in-depth commentary on characters, themes, and the historical and social context of 300 most-studied literary works, including novels, plays, poems, speeches, and short stories, both international and American.

Literature and Its Times, ed. , v.
Literature and Its Times, ed. , v.

Literature and Its Times, ed. , v.

Provides in-depth commentary on characters, themes, and the historical and social context of 300 most-studied literary works, including novels, plays, poems, speeches, and short stories, both international and American.

Majority Rule vs. Individual Rights, ed. , v.
Majority Rule vs. Individual Rights, ed. , v.

Majority Rule vs. Individual Rights, ed. , v.

This book explores these basic and inalienable rights in relation to majority rule, and provides insight to how these concepts are laid out in the U.S. Constitution.

Race and the Law, ed. , v.
Race and the Law, ed. , v.

Race and the Law, ed. , v.

This book traces the intersection of race and the law from America’s earliest days, through the era of slavery, the civil rights movement, and into the twenty-first century. It addresses various points-of-view and key players in the public discourse, with a clear summary of positions, as well as contemporary opinions from across the political and cultural spectrums.

Separation of Powers, ed. , v.
Separation of Powers, ed. , v.

Separation of Powers, ed. , v.

This book explains the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of the U.S. government. Students will learn what each branch does and how they work together to keep our country running through a system of checks and balances.

Social Activism, ed. , v.
Social Activism, ed. , v.

Social Activism, ed. , v.

The book explores the process of social activism and how it can create positive social change.

The Importance of Jury Service, ed. , v.
The Importance of Jury Service, ed. , v.

The Importance of Jury Service, ed. , v.

This book explains every aspect of jury service, from juror selection to juror duties. Information about the history of U.S. trials by jury aids readers in understanding the importance of this civic duty.

Transgender Life, ed. , v.
Transgender Life, ed. , v.

Transgender Life, ed. , v.

This book provides students with an understanding of the transgender experience, starting with evidence and treatment of transgender people throughout history, challenges related to coming out as transgender, dealing with gender dysphoria, questions related to transitioning, and a discussion of rights and legal issues, with a variety of perspectives represented.

Understanding U.S. Elections and the Electoral College, ed. , v.
Understanding U.S. Elections and the Electoral College, ed. , v.

Understanding U.S. Elections and the Electoral College, ed. , v.

This informational book explains what the Electoral College is, how it works, and why it was established.

Why Voting Matters, ed. , v.
Why Voting Matters, ed. , v.

Why Voting Matters, ed. , v.

This book examines the importance of voting, the history of the vote being denied to minority groups, how those groups struggled to attain that right, and what voting means to American citizens today.

Science

Building Consensus, ed. , v.
Building Consensus, ed. , v.

Building Consensus, ed. , v.

This book shows how the U.S. government governs by consensus, meaning that it takes into consideration all the relationships between each branch of the federal government as well as the federal government's relationship to each state government. On a smaller scale, students will understand how reaching a consensus can help reach a decision by making each person involved in a decision feel as though their point of view has value.

Social Science

Bullying, ed. , v.
Bullying, ed. , v.

Bullying, ed. , v.

This book presents students with context for today’s concerns on bullying, with many students witnessing first-hand the damage bullying behavior can inflict. It includes a history of bullying through the ages and early studies and attempts to curb bullying behavior as well as such topics as cyberbullying, anti-bullying campaigns, and issues facing students and caregivers today, like whether cyberbullying should be criminalized.

Civic Engagement, ed. , v.
Civic Engagement, ed. , v.

Civic Engagement, ed. , v.

This book explores civic engagement in the United States, focusing on institutions such as the news media, political parties, and the U.S. Postal Service. Primary sources give readers a better understanding of how U.S. citizens and their government have interacted throughout history to create positive change for the people.

Civic Roles in the Community, ed. , v.
Civic Roles in the Community, ed. , v.

Civic Roles in the Community, ed. , v.

This book explores the responsibilities and benefits of active citizenship. The volume covers ways to become an informed citizen, how to make your voice heard in the community, how to affect change, and the roles of public servants in the community.

Civic Virtue, ed. , v.
Civic Virtue, ed. , v.

Civic Virtue, ed. , v.

This book defines civic virtue and gives concrete examples of civic virtue in practice.

Community Service and Volunteering, ed. , v.
Community Service and Volunteering, ed. , v.

Community Service and Volunteering, ed. , v.

This book examines the importance of community service and volunteering. After reading this informative text, students will have a better understanding of ways they can become active citizens, such as by volunteering at a homeless shelter, donating to a food bank, or helping to build a house.

Constitutional Democracy, ed. , v.
Constitutional Democracy, ed. , v.

Constitutional Democracy, ed. , v.

This book examines the founding principles of democracy, why and how political authority is limited, and how institutions operate and interact in this form of government.

Guns in America, ed. , v.
Guns in America, ed. , v.

Guns in America, ed. , v.

This book provides students with historical context of gun ownership in America, tracing the issue from colonial roots through the establishment of the NRA up to today’s highly charged and often politicized debates around issues like assault rifle bans, open carry laws, and more. It also addresses concealed weapons, mass shootings, and gun ownership and the laws surrounding ownership.

Immigration in America, ed. , v.
Immigration in America, ed. , v.

Immigration in America, ed. , v.

This book explores the complicated topic of immigration by first presenting a historical overview of immigration as well as various points-of-view and key players in the public discourse on immigration. It discusses immigration laws and border security, economic impacts of immigrants, and immigration reform from a wide variety of perspectives.

Majority Rule vs. Individual Rights, ed. , v.
Majority Rule vs. Individual Rights, ed. , v.

Majority Rule vs. Individual Rights, ed. , v.

This book explores these basic and inalienable rights in relation to majority rule, and provides insight to how these concepts are laid out in the U.S. Constitution.

Race and the Law, ed. , v.
Race and the Law, ed. , v.

Race and the Law, ed. , v.

This book traces the intersection of race and the law from America’s earliest days, through the era of slavery, the civil rights movement, and into the twenty-first century. It addresses various points-of-view and key players in the public discourse, with a clear summary of positions, as well as contemporary opinions from across the political and cultural spectrums.

Separation of Powers, ed. , v.
Separation of Powers, ed. , v.

Separation of Powers, ed. , v.

This book explains the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of the U.S. government. Students will learn what each branch does and how they work together to keep our country running through a system of checks and balances.

Social Activism, ed. , v.
Social Activism, ed. , v.

Social Activism, ed. , v.

The book explores the process of social activism and how it can create positive social change.

The Importance of Jury Service, ed. , v.
The Importance of Jury Service, ed. , v.

The Importance of Jury Service, ed. , v.

This book explains every aspect of jury service, from juror selection to juror duties. Information about the history of U.S. trials by jury aids readers in understanding the importance of this civic duty.

Transgender Life, ed. , v.
Transgender Life, ed. , v.

Transgender Life, ed. , v.

This book provides students with an understanding of the transgender experience, starting with evidence and treatment of transgender people throughout history, challenges related to coming out as transgender, dealing with gender dysphoria, questions related to transitioning, and a discussion of rights and legal issues, with a variety of perspectives represented.

Understanding U.S. Elections and the Electoral College, ed. , v.
Understanding U.S. Elections and the Electoral College, ed. , v.

Understanding U.S. Elections and the Electoral College, ed. , v.

This informational book explains what the Electoral College is, how it works, and why it was established.

Why Voting Matters, ed. , v.
Why Voting Matters, ed. , v.

Why Voting Matters, ed. , v.

This book examines the importance of voting, the history of the vote being denied to minority groups, how those groups struggled to attain that right, and what voting means to American citizens today.

Literature

Literature and Its Times Supplement 1, ed. , v.
Literature and Its Times Supplement 1, ed. , v.

Literature and Its Times Supplement 1, ed. , v.

Provides in-depth commentary on characters, themes, and the historical and social context of 300 most-studied literary works, including novels, plays, poems, speeches, and short stories, both international and American.

Literature and Its Times, ed. , v.
Literature and Its Times, ed. , v.

Literature and Its Times, ed. , v.

Provides in-depth commentary on characters, themes, and the historical and social context of 300 most-studied literary works, including novels, plays, poems, speeches, and short stories, both international and American.