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Civics: Responsibilities and Citizenship

by David C. Saffell

Civics is the study of citizenship and government. The word comes from the Latin word civis, meaning "citizen' In ancient Rome, where the word was first used, only wealthy landowners were allowed to be citizens. As such, they enjoyed special privileges that the common people did not share. Today the word citizen --a member of a community with a government and laws --applies to most people.

Civics Today: Citizenship, Economics, & You

by John J. Patrick Richard C. Remy Gary E. Clayton David C. Saffell

A civics program building the next generation of active Americans "Civics Today: Citizenship, Economics, and You" meets the content standards for civics and government as outlined by the National Standards for Civics and Government. Many young citizens are completing their education with little or no sense of civic responsibility. This program teaches the knowledge and skills needed to be an effective, active citizen. It also encourages an appreciation for the American political system and fosters a willingness to take part in American democracy. Two economics units provide an understanding of the interrelationship between democracy and the free enterprise system.

Civics Today: Citizenship, Economics & You

by John J. Patrick Dinah Zike Richard C. Remy Gary E. Clayton David C. Saffell

A civics program building the next generation of active Americans "Civics Today: Citizenship, Economics, and You" meets the content standards for civics and government as outlined by the National Standards for Civics and Government. Many young citizens are completing their education with little or no sense of civic responsibility. This program teaches the knowledge and skills needed to be an effective, active citizen. It also encourages an appreciation for the American political system and fosters a willingness to take part in American democracy. Two economics units provide an understanding of the interrelationship between democracy and the free enterprise system.

Civics Today: Citizenship, Economics, & You (Alabama Edition)

by John J. Patrick Richard C. Remy David C. Saffell Clayton Gary E.

Outlines the standards of citizenship and provides the reader with achievement expectations in Alabama in the first pages of the book. Equipping every student with the processes of the world they live in, the history, the functions and purposes of the government, the role they should play as citizens, what it entails to be a citizen.

Glencoe Civics Today: Citizenship, Economics, & You

by John J. Patrick Richard C. Remy Gary E. Clayton David C. Saffell

A civics program building the next generation of active Americans Civics Today: Citizenship, Economics, and Youmeets the content standards for civics and government as outlined by the National Standards for Civics and Government. Many young citizens are completing their education with little or no sense of civic responsibility. This program teaches the knowledge and skills needed to be an effective, active citizen. It also encourages an appreciation for the American political system and fosters a willingness to take part in American democracy. Two economics units provide an understanding of the interrelationship between democracy and the free enterprise system.

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