AP United States Government and Politics – Students – AP Courses – The College Board. Study constitutional underpinnings, civil liberties and civil rights, political culture and socialization, citizen participation and influence, political institutions and policy making that are the foundation of modern U. S. government and politics. Interpret classic and contemporary political writings and apply pertinent Supreme Court rulings to enduring social and political issues in this country. AP US Government and Politics Course Description (PDF)AP US Government and Politics Course Overview (PDF).
Federal Open Government Guide 10th Edition. Formerly titled 'How to Use the Federal FOI Act' Editor Corinna J. Zarek Contributors Gregg P. Leslie, Kathleen Cullinan, Hannah Bergman, Scott Albright, Stacey Laskin, Jason. The Progressive Era was a period of widespread social activism and political reform across the United States, from the 1890s to 1920s. The main objective of the Progressive movement was eliminating corruption in government.