Unit Two | American Government, 3rd ed.
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Chapter 5: The Constitutional Cornerstone
Current Congressional Action
- Senate—Official U.S. Senate site
- House of Representatives—Official U.S. House of Representatives site
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
- District Court Jurisdictions—Easy-to-use tools to find the U.S. courts nationwide
- State Constitutions—A list of federal and state legislation and constitutions
- State County Census—General statistics on people and businesses in each State and the U.S.
- Congressional Record—Official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress
- Billy Sunday (BibleBelievers.com | BillySunday.org (audio) ) — A former professional baseball player from 1883 to 1891 who became one of the most influential American evangelists
- National Rifle Association—Information about gun rights, gun safety, preserving the Second Amendment rights, and related issues
- Cramer v. United States (1945)—Full text of the court opinion
- Haupt v. United States—Full text of the court opinion
- Kawakita v. United States—Full text of the court opinion
- Aaron Burr Treason Trial—Thorough examination and explanation of the Burr treason trial
Chapter 6: Federalism
- Bundestag—Information about the German parliament; live webcast included
- Federal Government—Official U.S. government site that describes the structure and role of the Federal government
Chapter 7: State and Local Government
- State Governments—Directory of official state websites for the United States arranged by state and also by topic
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