Right to Privacy by Shmoop
Shmoop Civics Guide

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Dive deep into Right to Privacy anywhere you go: on a plane, on a mountain, in a canoe, under a tree. Or grab a flashlight and read Shmoop under the covers. Shmoop's award-winning US Civics guides are now available on your eReader. Shmoop eBooks are like having a trusted, fun, chatty, expert always by your side, no matter where you are (or how late it is at night). Shmoop Civics Guide offers fresh and balanced perspectives on the politics, law, history, and cultural factors that shape the US government and frame the most heated debates of our time. This guide includes key facts and concepts, historical background, jaw-dropping trivia and anecdotes, memorable quotes, and a timeline of formative events. Best of all, Shmoop's analysis aims to look at Civics from multiple points of view to give you the fullest understanding. After all, "there is no history, only histories" (Karl Popper). Experts and educators from top universities, including Stanford, UC Berkeley, and Harvard, have written guides designed to engage you and to get your brain bubbling. Shmoop is here to make you a better lover (of literature, history, life . . .) and to help you make connections to other historical moments, current events, and pop culture. These learning guides will help you better understand how the forces that shape the issues that you are passionate about. For more information, check out http://www.shmoop.com/civics/

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Published January 7, 2010 by Shmoop University, Inc.. 44 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Political & Social Sciences.

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