PSI 2206 – American Political Thought
An overview of American political thought from the colonial period to the end of the twentieth century. Main topics include the origins of American democracy, the debate over the constitution, the expansion of individual rights, the problems associated with industrialization, and contemporary American liberalism and conservatism. The course is taught on the Budapest campus and is specifically designed to acquaint non-American students with the development of the political culture that underlies modern American democracy.
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