|May 29, 2017|
CQ Encyclopedia of American Government (EAG) provides answers to the full range of questions that students, government professionals, interested citizens, and other researchers have about the institutions of U.S. government. Based on the CQ Press ready-reference American Government A to Z series, EAG offers thousands of concise, up-to-date explanations of the who, how, and why of American democracy.
EAG reflects CQ Press's wealth of understanding and expertise in interpreting the American political system. Through its various discovery tools, users will find information not only about the institutions of government, but also the theories that underpin them, the personalities that have animated them, and the issues that vex them.
EAG is organized around five content categories
Supplementing the more than 2,000 entries, EAG offers multiple content types to inspire and support research and learning, including:
With information on every aspect and era of American government, from John Quincy Adams to Zoning, EAG is a foundational resource on American democracy.
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