The Great American Citizenship Quiz: Can You Pass Your Own Country's Citizenship Test? Paperback – 28 Feb 2005
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About the Author
Solomon M. Skolnick is the author of a forthcoming book on American history from 1000-2000 A.D. His previous books include The Home Gardener's Sourcebook which is an ALA core title for U.S. public libraries, and Simple Gifts: The Shaker Song. His written and photographic work have appeared in Fine Gardening Magazine, Harrowsmith's, Country Living, Diversions, The New York Times, and on the web pages of The History Book Club. He lives in Pleasantville, New York.
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This book covers all the questions that are on the US government's citizenship exam. The thing I like best about it is that it provides the question, then the answer, then a brief history/background about each question. As a US citizen, I enjoy reading and refreshing the history. However, for citizenship candidates, the history may not be that interesting. My current student really just wants to know the questions and answers without all the background.
There aren't any exercises or practice exams in this book but it serves as a nice US government class review in an easy-to-follow, concise format for those who want a bit more substance to their citizenship exam prep.