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14 Units to Learn How a Bill Becomes a Law


House of Representatives The Senate Making Laws The Veto

Making Laws

Civil Rights Graphic Novel: MARCH Book One
The Washington Post details the story of how this graphic civil rights graphic novel came to be published.  One of the authors, Congressman John Lewis (D-GA), was a witness to history. At age 74 he knows the story intimately, and he knows that a graphic novel holds unique storytelling powers.

Congressman John Lewis (D-GA) was often called “one of the most courageous persons the Civil Rights Movement ever produced.” He has dedicated his life to protecting human rights, securing civil liberties, and building what he calls “The Beloved Community” in America. His dedication to the highest ethical standards and moral principles has won him the admiration of many of his colleagues on both sides of the aisle in the United States Congress.

Making Laws: A Look at How a Bill Becomes a Law (How Government Works)
by Sandy Donovan

Making Policy, Making Law: An Interbranch Perspective (American Governance and Public Policy)
by Mark C Miller and Jeb Barnes

The Law-Making Process (Law in Context)
by Michael Zander

Making Laws and Making News: Media Strategies in the U.S. House of Representatives
by Timothy E. Cook

Making Law: The State, the Law, and Structural Contradictions (A Midland Book ; Mb 834)
by William J. Chambliss and Marjorie S. Zatz

Making a Law (True Books)
by Sarah De Capua

Making Law in the United States Courts of Appeals
by David E. Klein

How a Bill Becomes a Law (Government in Action!)
by John Hamilton

Travels with MAX: How a Bill Becomes a Law
by Nancy Ann Van Wie

How a Bill Becomes a Law (Primary Source Library of American Citizenship)
by Tracie Egan

Congress in Action (How a Bill Becomes a Law)
by George H.E. and Riddick, Floyd M. Smith

The Bill : How Legislation Really Becomes Law: A Case Study of the National Service Bill
by Stephen Waldman

Easy Simulations: How a Bill Becomes a Law: A Complete Tool Kit With Background Information, Primary Sources, and More to Help Students Build Reading and ... Understanding of How Our Government Works
by Pat Luce and Holly Joyner

A Bill Becomes a Law; Congress Enacts Civil Rights Legislation (First Printing)
by Daniel Berman

A Bill Becomes a Law the CIVIL Rights Act of 1960
by Daniel M. Berman

Congress in Action (How a Bill Becomes Law)
by George H. E. ; Riddick, Floyd M. Smith

Understanding the Path of Legislation: A Primer on How a Bill Becomes a Law (Capitol Learning Audio Course)
by TheCapitol.Net, Christopher M. Davis, and Chris Davis

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