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GOVT 152
American Constitutional Law: Fundamental Freedoms
Spring

This courses provides a study of the legal and political context in the U.S. of freedom of expression, the press, and religion; separation of church and state; equal rights for women and minorities; voting rights; and citizenship. Particular emphasis will be placed on understanding doctrinal understandings of fundamental freedoms and how understandings have changed over time.

Course Credit:
3-4

Instructor(s):
Andrew R. Flores

Meets the following Core Curriculum (or Gen Ed requirement(s)):
Meets the following Gen Ed requirement(s): Historical Perspectives, Meets the following Core Curriculum requirement(s): Critical Analysis

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Last Updated: 10/12/17