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There is no other print source, online source, or Web search engine that provides the wide range and depth of insight found in Vital Statistics on American Politics. Each edition is updated with the most recent information available. What sets this book apart is the experience of editors Harold Stanley and Richard Niemi. These scholars consult hundreds of sources to calculate and locate the data, facts, and figures that offer a vivid and multifaceted portrait of the broad spectrum of United States politics and policies. In more than 230 tables and figures, students, professional researchers, and interested citizens will find chapters devoted to such key subject areas as elections and political parties, public opinion and voting, the media, the three branches of U.S. government, foreign, military, social and economic policy, and much more. For depth of information and ease of use, this volume is the best resource of its kind available and should be a key component of all academic and large public library collections.

The Presidency and Executive Branch
The presidency and executive branch

The presidency poses a special problem for those interested in collecting statistical data. The scope and variety of data available on the presidency are limited by the singularity of the office and how individual presidents change the office's organization and operation. The modern presidency has ...

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