Written responses provides topic exposition and delineation, and presents clear, assertive conclusion, speculative result welcome

Periodic summative examination of course topics to evidence content mastery

Written responses provides topic exposition and delineation, and presents clear, assertive conclusion, speculative result welcome

Course description:

This course examines the American Constitution and its development and the organization, functions, powers and limitations of the national government. It explores the nature of political socialization and public opinion along with the functioning of political parties and other interest groups. It also considers the dynamic interaction between the citizenry and their government in such areas as civil liberties, civil rights, fiscal and monetary policies, security concerns, immigration, and the environment.

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