Every spring and fall, researchers, students, people who work in the world of politics or simply enjoy reading about it, look forward to the new edition of CQ Press's Guide to American Government. This resource contains the best Congressional Quarterly reporting published during the past six months in CQ Weekly and related CQ publications. The articles are arranged in four sections: elections, institutions, politics and public policy, and foundations of American government. Articles are chosen to complement the content and themes of American government courses, making this an essential resource for school and university libraries. The currency of this series makes it an in-demand resource for a broad spectrum of general readers, and therefore an important acquisition for public libraries as well.AP PHOTO / J. SCOa#39;T APPLEWHITE Highlights: 109th Congress, First Session how far the White House ... Chamber of Commerce, which argued that it will open up vast new markets for American products and services. BACK TO THE BASE Tax incentives for energy producers, legal pro tections for gunmakers and new bankruptcy rules ... the list The final vote on an almost $40 billion spending cut measure will probably come early this year, but conservatives want more A much more.
|Title||:||CQ's Guide To Current American Government Fall 2006|
|Publisher||:||CQ Press - 2006-07-15|