Past Exam for POLS 151 - UNITED STATES POLITICS at Rhodes (RC)

Exam Information

Material Type:Mid-Term
Subject:Political Science
University:Rhodes College
Term:Fall 2007
  • Political System
  • Traditional
  • Thanksgiving
  • Internationalism
  • Relationship
  • Test Questions
  • Constitution
  • Political Science
  • Course Outline
  • Participation
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POLITICAL SCIENCE 151-4 UNITED STATES POLITICS Marcus D. Pohlmann Professor of Political Science Office Hours: TuTh 2:00 -- 5:00 or by appointment _______________________________________ PURPOSE OF THE COURSE The course is designed as a critical introduction to United States politics, challenging many of the traditional explanations of the system's functioning. In particular, it analyzes the political process and the relationship between governmental policy and the individual citizen. The central questions being addressed are: How does the political system work, both by design and in reality? Are all interests served relatively equally as a result? Is the U.S. political system a "democracy"? What, if anything, could make it more democratic? Hopefully, the student will come away with some essential knowledge of the political process, its problems, and alternatives to the status quo. The course also attempts to help stimulate and develop the student's creative ...

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