This book outlines the reasons the Constitution was first written in 1787 and how it has changed to fit our world today.
This book discusses the term limits of House and Senate members, as well as the qualifications, background, and jobs each member contributes when representing the citizens of the United States.
This book describes all the responsibilities of the president, the duties of the Cabinet members who advise the president, and the qualifications needed to run for president.
This book takes you through the many processes the legislative branch of our government must follow to introduce a bill and the steps it goes through to make a bill an actual law.
This book discusses the highest court in our country, the terms and ranks of each member, and what role they play to balance the scales of justice.
This book explains how it is the responsibility of your city or town government to keep you safe and maintain a clean place for you to live. It builds parks, cleans streets, and enforces the laws made by the state government.
This book discusses how the United States is a Federalist government, meaning powers are split between states and the national government, and the role of state governments.