The Nature of Government

The Nature of Government

Publisher: Bluestocking Press
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$98.97

From Blue Stocking press and Dr. Richard Maybury,  this pack of resources makes a great high school government course that's easy to understand and interesting to follow.

America's Founders were most concerned with establishing a government that ensured the greatest economic prosperity and the greatest liberty for individuals. The structure of government that they created was designed to curb the ever-encroaching nature and growth of government, which the Founders believed was the basic nature of all governments. Most civics/government books do an adequate job of explaining the structure of America's government. However, what is often lacking is the "nature" of government - which was of major concern to America's Founders. The following books provide the side of the story (the nature of government) that is most often missing from government/civics textbooks. These books have been used by students ages 12 and up, but are best suited for most students ages 14 and up.

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Book Title The Nature of Government
Publisher: Bluestocking Press

From Blue Stocking press and Dr. Richard Maybury,  this pack of resources makes a great high school government course that's easy to understand and interesting to follow.

America's Founders were most concerned with establishing a government that ensured the greatest economic prosperity and the greatest liberty for individuals. The structure of government that they created was designed to curb the ever-encroaching nature and growth of government, which the Founders believed was the basic nature of all governments. Most civics/government books do an adequate job of explaining the structure of America's government. However, what is often lacking is the "nature" of government - which was of major concern to America's Founders. The following books provide the side of the story (the nature of government) that is most often missing from government/civics textbooks. These books have been used by students ages 12 and up, but are best suited for most students ages 14 and up.

  • Ancient Rome and How It Affects You Today
  • Ancient Rome Study Guide
  • Are you Liberal, Conservative, or Confused
  • Political Philosophies Study Guide
  • Whatever Happened to Justice
  • Whatever Happened to Justice Study Guide
  • Whatever Happened to Penny Candy
  • Whatever Happened to Penny Candy Guide