3 edition of Student"s guide to American government I found in the catalog.
Student"s guide to American government I
1985 by Kendall/Hunt .
Written in English
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According tothe following textbooks are the top 10 American government textbooks currently in use at schools around the country: 1) American Government: Roots and Reform, Edition by Karen O’Connor and Larry J.
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