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Recommended Reading: U.S. Constitution Exam

 

Note: Most of the titles that are recommended in this section have been pulled from the shelves and kept in Course Reserves, which are located on the first floor of the Main Library. These circulate on a limited basis to ensure that as many students as possible can access them. You can see a list of available titles here.

 

Below is a list of freely circulating versions of these materials that circulate as normal. Undergraduates can check them out for 28 days and renew them online twice. Check the item record link to verify whether or not the item is available for you to check out.

 

Title: The Struggle for Democracy

Call number: JK276 .G74 2014

Location: Main Library, 6th floor

Availability: Catalog Search results

 

Title: America's new democracy /

Call number: JK1726 .F56 2005

Location: Main Library, 6th floor

Availability: Catalog Search Results

 

Title: American Government: continuity and change /

Call number: JK276 .O23 2007

Location: Main Library, 6th floor

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Title: Logic of American politics

Call number: JK276 .K47 2003

Location: Main Library, 6th floor

Availability: Catalog Search Results  

Title: We the people : an introduction to American politics /

Call number: JK276 .G55 2011

Location: Main Library, 6th floor

Item record: Catalog Search Results

 

Title: Understanding American government

Call number: JK271 .U53 2001

Location: Main Library, 6th floor

Item Record: Catalog Search Results

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