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“The main strength of this book is that it presents a ’human’ side to American Government that challenges students to think critically while still presenting the ‘teaching’ side with objectives, self-tests, and chapter reviews.”
“One of the main objectives of the author is get students engaged, and I think [he] goes a long way in accomplishing that goal.… [The text is] thought provoking and a pathway to presenting American Government content that will lead to promoting meaningful critical thinking and discussion among college students.”
“This text does [have a relatively] unbiased in tone and does try to integrate contemporary controversies and debates into the text. The story telling element enhances the relevance of the subject to students…The book offers a storytelling element to the traditional American government textbook. It provides built-in cases to use as examples in class that are relevant to a younger demographic.”
“I think there is a very nice balance [in this text] between storytelling and substantive information…I really appreciate this…the author [also] seems to recognize its limitations and rather seamlessly moves from storytelling to the more utilitarian delivery of course content.”
“I have had a favorable impression of the text since its gestation…I find its organization, coverage, and inclusion of stories quite helpful among other strengths.”