Citizenship and America’s federal government are surveyed, discussing the constitutional system of government, how it compares to Georgia’s state government, and the many facets of our political system--including the role of political parties in government.
Chapter 23: Let’s Talk Government
Chapter 24: Citizens and Government
Chapter 25: Citizens and Government
Following World War II, Georgia entered a period of great transition, with populations moving from rural to urban landscapes, the economy modernizing and diversifying, and political influence shifting from traditional centers of influence.
The transformations of the first four decades of the twentieth century are detailed, from technological and industrial changes to forces that moved Georgians from a rural to a more urban...
Consumer decisions are affected by many things other than prices. Learn what those things are in this lesson.