INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN POLITICS

Semester: 
Instructor(s): 
Units: 
4
Number: 
1
CCN: 
20670
Times: 
MWF 10a-11a
Location: 
Pauley Ballroom
Course Description: 

This class is an introduction to the American political system. The course is designed to make you think about the logic of our government’s institutions, and the consequences – both intended and unintended – of these institutions for the political behavior of citizens, legislators, and other political leaders and activists. Topics to be covered include the Constitution, American political culture, civil rights, the presidency, Congress, the Supreme Court, political parties, elections, public opinion, and interest groups.
Please note that the course description is from Spring 2015.

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