Unit 2Students and the System
- American Government and Civic Engagement
Lesson 2What is Government?
Lesson 4Engagement in a Democracy
Unit 3Individual Agency and Action
- Civil Liberties
Lesson 2What Are Civil Liberties?
Lesson 3Securing Basic Freedoms
Lesson 4The Rights of Suspects
Lesson 5Interpreting the Bill of Rights
- Civil Rights
Lesson 4The Fight for Women’s Rights
- The Politics of Public Opinion
Lesson 2The Nature of Public Opinion
Lesson 3How Is Public Opinion Measured?
Lesson 4What Does the Public Think?
Lesson 5The Effects of Public Opinion
Unit 4Toward Collective Action: Mediating Institutions
- The Media
Lesson 2What Is the Media?
Lesson 3The Evolution of the Media
Lesson 4Regulating the Media
Lesson 5The Impact of the Media
- Political Parties
Lesson 3The Two-Party System
- Interest Groups and Lobbying
Lesson 2Interest Groups Defined
Unit 5Delivering Collective Action: Formal Institutions
Lesson 3Congressional Elections
Lesson 4Congressional Representation
Lesson 5House and Senate Organizations
Lesson 6The Legislative Process
Unit 6The Outputs of Government
- The Bureaucracy
Lesson 5Controlling the Bureaucracy
- Domestic Policy
Lesson 2What Is Public Policy?
Lesson 3Categorizing Public Policy
Lesson 4Policy Arenas
Lesson 6Budgeting and Tax Policy
Unit 7Declaration of Independence
Lesson 1Declaration of Independence
Unit 8The Constitution of the United States
Unit 9Federalist Papers #10 and #51
Lesson 1Federalist Papers #10 and #51
Unit 10Electoral College Votes by State, 2012–2020
Unit 11Selected Supreme Court Cases
Lesson 1Selected Supreme Court Cases