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A comprehensive course compilation of open educational resources for college-level Introduction to American Government, featuring guiding questions for each chapter, original source documents such as the Constitution, landmark Supreme Court cases, maps, and links to web and video resources for further study.
About the editor: Shawna M. Brandle is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Kingsborough Community College. She holds a Ph.D in Political Science from The Graduate Center of the City University of New York and is the author of Television News Coverage of Human Rights in the US and UK: The Violations Will Not Be Televised, (Routledge 2015). Her research areas include international relations, human rights, political communication, media studies, the teaching of political science, and open educational resources.