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European Politics In Transition

by Mark Kesselman Joel Krieger George Ross Christopher S. Allen Joan Debardeleben Stephen Hellman David Ost

This comprehensive text offers a stimulating introduction to the political systems of post-World War II Europe. The Sixth Edition uses a region-by-region approach, focusing in turn on Great Britain, France, Italy, Germany, Russia, Eastern Europe, and the European Union. Four themes unify the text and illustrate the concept of politics in transition within each region on a global level: economic management; the relationships between countries; the challenges of democracy; and the political impact of social diversity. Standard, in-depth treatment of each region is organized around five topics: the making of the modern state; political economy and development; governance and policy-making; representation and participation; and politics in transition. Within these topical areas, highly relevant issues from politics today include the impact of Muslim immigrants on European society, Europe's socioeconomic malaise, global warming, the war on terror, and the continuing evolution of European-American relations since 9/11, among other pertinent matters.

The Politics of Power: A Critical Introduction to American Government

by Mark Kesselman Ira Katznelson Alan Draper

Students appreciate a critical approach; The Politics of Power gives them something to think about and argue with, rather than just facts to memorize. The Seventh Edition applies this successful framework to examine recent political conflict over fiscal policy, electoral demographics, health care reform, and economic inequality, among other vital issues.

Readings in Comparative Politics: Political Challenges and Changing Agendas (2nd Edition)

by Mark Kesselman

With a collection drawn from a variety of published, unpublished, and electronic sources, the book offers students a good sample of the wide range of popular and scholarly views relevant to the major topics presented in introductory comparative courses. The book contains seven Chapters, viz., Introduction, States and Regimes, Governing the Economy, the Democratic Challenge, Collective Identity, Political Institutions and Political Challenges and Changing Agendas.

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