Ch 46: US Policy Making

About This Chapter

This chapter examines the ins and outs of U.S. policy making, detailing the processes and roles of departments involved through engaging lessons taught by professional instructors.

US Policy Making - Chapter Summary

This chapter zeroes-in on the steps of U.S. policy making and the different departmental functions involved in them. Discover how a bill becomes a law and the tools used in foreign policy as well as the following:

  • The public policy process
  • Developing foreign policy
  • The secretary of state

Each of these lessons is taught in a simple-to-follow manner, with bolded words within the transcripts highlighting key terms. The timeline feature underneath the video allows you to jump around to main topics. And, when you're done with the chapter, you'll be able to test your overall comprehension through a practice final exam.

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