American Government

The American Government platform includes interrelated and diverse content from the founding of the American government to present. Each of the eight single-authored units features a core essay, topical essays, primary source problems, a multimedia library, question banks, polling, and composition assignments. The individual units are comparable to a chapter in a textbook but, unlike textbooks, you control which items are given to your students. Our content is designed to live alongside your own teaching materials so you can create a unique active learning-based program of study.

  • american-gvt_rakove

    Jack Rakove
    Stanford University
    The Foundations of American Government

  • american-gvt_hancock

    Ange-Marie Hancock
    University of Southern California
    Federalism, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties

  • american-gvt_jackson

    Melinda Jackson
    San Jose State University
    Political Culture, Public Opinion, and Elections

  • american-gvt-strolovitch

    Dara Strolovitch
    Princeton University
    Social Movements, Interest Groups, and Political Parties

  • american-gvt_dolan

    Kathleen Dolan
    University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
    The U.S. Congress

  • american-gvt_gailmard

    Sean Gailmard
    University of California, Berkeley
    The U.S. President

  • american-gvt_baum

    Lawrence Baum
    The University of Ohio
    The U.S. Supreme Court and Court System

  • american-gvt_pierson

    Paul Pierson
    University of California, Berkeley
    Domestic Policy

  • american-gvt_-skonieczny

    Amy Skonieczny
    San Francisco State University
    Domestic and Foreign Policy






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