GOVT2301 Principles of American Politics (08/28/2017-12/04/2017)

Course Memo
This course traces the American historical foundation from the American Revolution through today. Topics include American government, federalism, democracy, Congress, the presidency, the judiciary, political economy, political parties, interest groups, the media and civil rights. The course includes readings from the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution. The course defines the term “government,” and identifies the institutions and processes of government in the United States, Texas, and Houston. The course helps students to understand how these institutions were established and how they affect the lives they govern. This class was formerly GE 560.
ASSIGNED BOOKS
Title Author ISBN Year Edition Price
The American Political System (Second Full Edition Ken Kollman Ken Kollman 978-0393264203 2014   90.00
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