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Kids aren't voting or serving on juries just yet—but it's never too early to learn about the responsibilities that come with being a U.S.


When the Fifteenth Amendment of 1870 granted African Americans the right to vote, it seemed as if a new era of political equality was at hand.

In a presidential election year, when selecting a new leader will be the focus of national attention, what could be more timely than an upbeat and informative introduction to voting.


In 2000, just a few hundred votes out of millions cast in the state of Florida separated Republican presidential candidate George W.


The sixteen readings in this volume, all of which are newly selected for this fourth edition, and most of which are reproduced in their entirety, are organized around six debates: Why is voter turnout low, and why is it declining.


What does it take to be a good citizen.


Updated in a 3rd edition, Is Voting for Young People? explores the reasons why the young are less likely to follow politics and vote in the United States, as well as in many other established democracies.  This brief, accessible, and provocative book s...


In his new book, Jack Snyder focuses his clear logic on a pressing issue of our times: nationalism.