We the People
An Introduction to American Politics
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First Day of Class PowerPoint
Eric Foner on the Constitution
Professor Eric Foner, author of Give Me Liberty, provides some thoughts on the importance of the United States Constitution. Professor Foner reflects on the Constitution's role in American history and in the modern era, and its value as a living document open to interpretation.
Images and figures from the text are available for classroom use.
|Art Slides, PowerPoint||Chapters 1, 3, 6, 12, PPT|
(ZIP, 24.44 MB)
|Art Slides, JPEG||Chapters 1, 3, 6, 12, JPG|
(ZIP, 27.10 MB)
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Instructor's Resource Disc
Norton American Politics Instructor Video Clip DVD
The Norton American Politics Instructor Video Clip DVD includes more than one hundred video clips from classic and contemporary sources, including recent election advertisements from candidates and political action committees, clips from documentaries, and historical footage. more
Revised and updated with new multiple choice, true/false, and essay questions, the 8e test bank includes over 2,000 questions in all. Questions are categorized by question type and difficulty and have concept labels based on the concept map at the beginning of every chapter according to the new assessment guidelines. more