The Political Science Club is starting the Free Book Rental Program, where you can rent your semester books for free.
How it works:
Visit the Department office located at 503 Ross Hall and ask the student worker if the book you want is available. If so...
Sign a Book Rental Agreement (requires full name, email, ISU ID number, phone number)
Pick up the book and return it no later than Dec. 9
If we don’t have the book for your class, you may check if it’s available at the library, where you can also rent them for free.
Course: POLS 333
Democracy in America by Alexis De Tocqueville. Mansfield and Winthrop translation, University of Chicago Press, 2011.
Martin Luther King, Jr, Malcolm X, and the Civil Rights Struggle of the 1950’s and 1960’s: A Brief History with Documents, ed. David Howard-Pitney (Bedford/St. Martin’s 2004).
Course: POL S 342
Lieberthal Governing China: From Revolution to Reform
Spence Search for Modern China
Course: POL S 241
Dickovick & Eastwood Comparative Politics: Classic and Contemporary Readings.
1857 Constitution of Iowa
American Government and Politics Today- 19th Edition- Bardes, Shelley, Schmidt
Diversity in the US Mass Media- 2nd Edition- Luther, Lepre, Clark
PR Adobe Premiere Pro 2020 Release. Classroom in a book. Maxim Jago
Party Politics in America- 18th Edition- Marjorie Randon Hershey
Public Opinion. Democratic Ideas, democratic practice- Clawson, Oxley
Introduction to Global Politics- Third edition- Mansbach, Taylor
Political Science Today- Whitman Cobb
This program could not have been possible without the sponsorship of two campus ministries that purchased and donated these books: Collegiate United Methodist Church & Wesley Foundation, and The Vine Student Ministry - Collegiate Presbyterian Church. Thank you so much to both of our donors.
There is one copy of each. You can call the department at (515) 294-7256 to ask if the book is still available.
We are working to have more books for next the semester.
This is the first time we are starting this program, so we highly appreciate your patience and feedback as we figure out the smaller details.
If you have books you want to donate, please get in touch with email@example.com.
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