FREE and Cheap American Government Books for Kindle



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Free and Cheap Government Kindle Books

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50 Core American Documents: Required Reading for Students, Teachers, and Citizens by [Burkett, Christopher]
50 Core American Documents FREE

The Federalist Papers (Illustrated) by [Hamilton, Alexander, Madison, James, Jay, John]
The Federalist Papers Illustrated Edition 99 Cents

The Rights Of Man by [Paine, Thomas]
The Rights of Man by Thomas Paine 99 Cents

Democracy in America: All Volumes by [Alexis de Tocqueville]
Democracy in America: All Volumes 99 Cents


The Declaration of Independence and United States Constitution with Bill of Rights and all Amendments (Annotated) by [Jefferson (Declaration), Thomas, Madison (Constitution), James, Fathers, Founding]
The Declaration of Independence and United States Constitution with the Bill of Rights and All Amendments 99 Cents


The Constitution Understanding America’s Founding Document $1.00

15 Documents and Speeches That Built America (Unique Classics) (Declaration of Independence, US Constitution and Amendments, Articles of Confederation, Magna Carta, Gettysburg Address, Four Freedoms) by [Roosevelt, Franklin, Washington, George, Lincoln, Abraham, Jefferson, Thomas, Franklin, Benjamin]
15 Documents and Speeches That Built America 99 Cents


Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids - K thru 2 by [Lewis, Kevin]
Ben’s Guide to the U.S. Government for Kids K through Grade 2 99 Cents

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