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Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics - Kerric Harvey (Editor)
Call Number: REF JA85.2.U6 E52 2014
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Political encyclopedia of U.S. states and regions - Donald P. Haider-Markel
Call Number: REF JK2408 .P623 2009 (2 vols.)
ISBN: 0872893774

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A history of the U.S. political system: Ideas, interests, and institutions - Richard A. Harris and Daniel J. Tichenor
Call Number: Reference JK31 .H57 2010 (3 vols.)
ISBN: 1851097139
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Political and civic leadership: A reference handbook - Richard A. Couto
Call Number: Reference JC330.3 .P642 2010 (2 vols.)
ISBN: 1412962633

 

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