*Heritage Social Studies 9-12: American Government*

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How does the United States interact with international powers? What is the purpose of the government during times of crisis? Explore your government up close in this homeschooling course. American Government teaches the roles and responsibilities of the Executive Branch, the Legislative Branch, and the Judicial Branch, and how they interact. Homeschoolers explore how outside factors such as special interest groups and the media affect the government.

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Assignments For This Chapter
Assignment #1.1: How Laws are Made
Scheduled for 09/05/2006
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