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PSCIĀ 272: American Constitutional Law: Power

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the principles of American constitutional law as well as the political struggles that shaped them. The course focuses not only on constitutional doctrine, but also on competing interpretations and political effects of landmark decisions. This course emphasizes debates over civil rights and civil liberties that have been central to modern Supreme Court jurisprudence. Counts toward American studies major.

American Studies

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...Politics PSCI 244 Race and American Politics PSCI 255 Political Parties and Elections PSCI 272...

Ancient Studies

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...PSCI 259 History of Classical Political Thought PSCI...Israel & Palestine (abroad) REL 272 Sacred Places in...

Environmental Studies

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...East PSCI 220 Analyzing Politics and Policies PSCI...for the Sciences STAT 272 Statistical Modeling Select...

Latin American Studies

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...PSCI 257 U.S. - Latin American Relations PSCI...concentration. These include SPAN 272 , SPAN 273 , and...

Management Studies

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...Ethics PSCI 220 Analyzing Politics and Policies PSCI...The Francophone World FREN 272 Contemporary France FREN...

Media Studies

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...PHYS 252 Musical Acoustics PSCI 211 Media and...Speaking (of) French FREN 272 Contemporary France HIST...