The signature publication of the League of Women Voters of
Arkansas, Government in Arkansas explains the structure
and functions of Arkansas government. Among its 10 chapters are overviews of Arkansas' constitution, branches
of government, institutions of political influence, elections,
and noteworthy issues. A brief comparative analysis of
Arkansas and other states concludes each Chapter.
Background information on the state's political history and
women's suffrage movement is also provided. Instructional
resources are available to educators.
The 10th edition commemorates the 100th anniversary of both the passage of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1920 and the creation of the League of Women Voters.