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Anthropology Building 303
Anthropology Building 107
|Abramowitz, Alan I. Bass, Leeann.||HSC.||4||3192||TBA.|
Introduction to American national government. The course will cover the constitutional framework of American government, the social and cultural context of American politics, as well as public opinion, parties, elections, interest groups, Congress, the presidency and the courts.
Required Textbooks, Articles, and Resources
- 2011. American Government Roots and Reform. ISBN: 9780205825837.Longman Publishing Group, 10th Edition.
- 2012. The Polarized Public: Why American Government Is So Dysfunctional. ISBN: 9780205877393.Prentice Hall.
- 2012. Principles and Practice of American Politics: Classic and Contemporary Readings. ISBN: 9781452226286.CQ Press, 5th Edition.
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