PO 216 - (UC) American Political Thought
 
(3 cr.) Students are introduced to major ideas of social justice and political power in America from colonial New England to the modern American state. Special emphasis is on major debates on social issues in American history, including slavery and race, church and state, industrialism and technology, civil rights and citizenship, and democracy and reform. Major authors and readings include Winthrop, Jefferson, Paine, the Federalist Papers, Lincoln, Dewey, Roosevelt and M.L. King. Prerequisite: PO 131 or QU 101; Every Other Year, Fall
 
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