Help students better understand the differences and similarities of governments around the world.
The World Governments workbook explores how governments are formed, what institutions and processes are needed to sustain a government, and how governments around the world are similar and different. World Governments compares 13 nations and governments from around the world. Each nation is profiled with information about the country, a brief summary of the type of government, and a discussion of current issues that are important to the nation. The reading selection is followed by review exercises that include matching, fill-in-the-blank, and critical thinking exercises. This workbook is correlated to current national, state, and provincial standards.
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