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Reading POLITICS is a complete exam of the sector of political technological know-how. Taking a comparative technique, it examines quite a few subfields of political technology, together with tools, political concept, comparative politics, diplomacy, and U.S. politics. Exhaustive in its insurance of the fabric, reading POLITICS employs an in depth selection of containers, tables, charts, graphs, images, and cartoons to carry the reader's awareness.
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