AMERICAN VALUES, INST, CULTURE

POLSCI 206

Introduction to American political theory and institutional development from European settlement to Progressive Era; origins and evolution of key political institutions, including congress, federalism, the presidency, the party system, and Supreme Court; ways in which these institutions resolve collective action problems; influence of competing political ideologies especially, liberalism, puritanism, republicanism on American political development; role of political ideologies and institutions in re-enforcing and resisting slavery, as well as racial and gender inequality. Instructor: Staff

Day / Time: 

WF 10:05 AM-11:20 AM

Location: 

West Duke 08A

Instructor: 

Hanagan, Nora

Section: 

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