This 6-book collection includes one book on each of the following topics: -Defining and Discussing Immigration -Defining and Discussing Human Rights -Defining and Discussing Women's Rights -Defining and Discussing Freedom of the Press -Defining and Discussing Climate Change -Defining and Discussing Free Speech
Each book in this series explains the title issue and how it affects people and policy; introduces people and movements involved in bringing awareness to the issue; highlights applicable major U.S. laws, judicial decisions, and progressive to moderate to conservative viewpoints; and touches on global implications of activism, awareness, and policy change.
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Series Review With attention-grabbing introductions and striking photographs, this series gives readers plenty of information to understand both sides of major debates. Covering facts, court cases, laws, opinions, important milestones, and larger political contexts, the books make the impact of these issue clear. While primarily focused on the United States, each volume does offer a look at more global views. The layout and design of these books really make them stand out, with formats that vary from page to page. Information is presented in a variety of ways—detailed captions, graphs, maps, charts, statistics, illustrations—and traditional blocks of text rarely run more than half a page, making this series accessible to readers who may struggle to get through so much information. An exceptional and effective series.