Texas Politics: Governing the Lone Star State (7th Edition) – eBook

eBook details

  • Author: Cal Jillson
  • File Size: 29 MB
  • Format: PDF
  • Length: 356 pages
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Publication Date: February 25, 2019
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0367028123, 0367028115
  • ISBN-13: 9780367028121, 9780367028114

$63.97 $19.00

This popular book Texas Politics: Governing the Lone Star State, 7th edition (PDF) has actually been broadened and upgraded to much better fit the requirements of a stand-alone Texas politics course. Expert author Cal Jillson continues to technique the politics of the Lone Star State from developmental, historic, and analytical viewpoints while offering university student the most legible, even-handed, and interesting description of Texas politics readily available today. Students are motivated to link the origins and advancement of federal government and politics in Texas to its present practice and options possible through reform and modification. This ebook assists trainers prepare their trainees to master the origin and advancement of the Texas Constitution, the structure and powers of state and city government in Texas, how Texas suits the U.S. federal system, along with the electoral procedure, political involvement, and public law in Texas.

Texas Politics 7th edition uses trainees and trainers an unrivaled series of pedagogical tools and help. Every chapter opens with an appealing vignette and a series of focus concerns to orient readers to the discovering goals at hand and concludes with a chapter summary, a list of crucial terms, recommended readings, evaluation concerns, and web resources. “Let’s Compare” boxes assist college student see how Texas sits together with other states, “Pro & Con” boxes bring contrasting political views into sharper focus, “Texas Legends” boxes highlight crucial figures in Texas political history and every chapter includes a timeline of essential occasions in Texas history.

New to the 7th Edition

  • Covers the 2016 nationwide elections, the 2017 legal session, and the 2018 state and nationwide elections as they impact Texas.
  • Highlights Governor Greg Abbott’s require a constitutional convention; redistricting cases; the right of secession; Texas citizen ID law updates; and Obergefell v. Hodges.
  • Provides a comprehensive research study of the 2018–2019 state spending plan and the taxing and investing choices that entered into it, consisting of the Texas Supreme Court school financing choice of 2016.

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