INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN POLITICS

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Semester: 
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Units: 
4
Number: 
001
CCN: 
16131
Times: 
MTWT 4-6
Location: 
Hearst Annex A1
Course Description: 

This course provides an overview of the U.S. political system from the nation's founding to the present. In addition to examining the core structures of our federal system, we will also explore a number of
special topics, such as the evolution of civil rights and the causes of partisan gridlock. The course will pay particular attention to the role institutions play in shaping political conflict and, ultimately,in determining who wins and who loses.

Instructor: Sean Freeder

 

 

 

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