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Unit #1: Foundations of Government

Unit #1: Foundations of Government

Unit #1: Foundations of Government THE STUDY OF GOVERNMENT 1. Why Study Government? Government affects many aspects of our lives Government decisions ( public policy & Nation Security policy ) touches almost every aspect of our lives…

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