3 edition of Our Federal Government: how it works found in the catalog.
Our Federal Government: how it works
Patricia C. Acheson
Describes the divisions and functions of the Federal Government including recent changes in various branches of government and such additions as the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Department of Transportation.
|Statement||by Patricia C. Acheson. Illustrated with drawings by Everett Raymond Kinstler.|
|Contributions||Kinstler, Everett Raymond, illus.|
|LC Classifications||JK274 .A529 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 210 p.|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||69018462|
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Acheson (Author)5/5(1). A fine classroom supplement and a solid information source for kids writing social studies reports, this book explains the federal system as it works today, more than two hundred years after the framers of the Constitution brought it into existence/5(17).
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[Patricia C Acheson] -- Describes the complexities of the United States government, from the basic elements of the Constitution, the three branches, and the Federal Judiciary, to the growth of the independent agencies.
Our Federal Government: how it works; an introduction to the United States Government. [Patricia C Acheson; Everett Raymond Kinstler] -- Describes the divisions and functions of the Federal Government including recent changes in various branches of government and such additions as the Department of Housing and Urban Development and.
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For all that it is and does, the United States federal governmentis based on a very simple system: Three functional brancheswith powers separated and limitedby constitutionally declared checks and balances. The Everything American Government Book: From the Constitution to Present-Day Elections, All You Need to Understand Our Democratic System Nick Ragone out of 5 stars Reviews: 6.
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Like The Everything U.S. Constitution Book mentioned above, The Everything American Government Book excels at providing more in-depth information in an approachable way. For middle school and up, this is a fairly comprehensive introduction to our American system. Some actions, such as printing money and declaring war, are exclusive to the federal government.
Others, like conducting elections and issuing marriage licenses, are responsibilities of the individual states. Both levels can do things like establish courts and collect taxes.
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