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Title

USA Elections in Brief

Brief Description

This book discusses the nature of the modern American electoral process and how it works at the federal, state, and local levels. The process, complicated and sometimes confusing, has evolved to ensure universal suffrage to all men and women who are U.S. citizens 18 years of age or older.

Author/Creator (Digital Rights Manager)

US Dept of State

Creator

Olson, Guy, Clack, George, United States Department of State

Publication/Creation date

2007, 2007, 2007

Keywords

United States politics, United States elections, American elections, electoral politics

Type of review conducted on this item

No

Discipline

Social Science

Language

en-US

Requirement Name

Adobe PDF

Interactivity type

Expositive

Learning resource type

Textbook

Educational context

11, 12, Community College, Higher Education

ERIC Thesaurus Terms

Elections, Political Campaigns, Political Candidates, Voting

GEM Subjects Terms (K-12)

Social Studies / United States government, Social Studies / Civics

Rights statement

Published in the public domain by the United States Department of State. A number of the excerpts and illustrations appearing in this volume are copyrighted. These may not be reprinted without the permission of the copyright
holder.

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Yes

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