Twenty-Five Lessons in Citizenship
Twenty-Five Lessons in Citizenship offers clear, concise, and accurate information about United States history and the make-up of national, state, county, and city governments for people who are studying to become citizens of the United States. For over seventy-five years, D.L. Hennessey's Twenty-Five Lessons in Citizenship has helped hundreds of thousands of people gain the historical and political background necessary to pass the citizenship exam. This book is a useful tool for individuals, immigration lawyers, adult education centers, English as a Second Language (ESL) courses, libraries, community colleges, and schools seeking to provide basic United States history and civics lessons to students.
Specifications of Twenty-Five Lessons in Citizenship
|Author||D. L. Hennessey|
|Number Of Pages||112|
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