PSC 467 - American Conservatism

Description
This class will examine the origins and history of the conservative political movement in the United States, following the development of this ideology from its origins as a small movement of journalists and intellectuals to the dominant ideology of the Republican Party, and ultimately, for a time, the dominant ideology in the United States. This class will focus primarily on texts written from a conservative or right-wing perspective. That said, the purpose of this class is not indoctrination. Students are encouraged to engage in vigorous, respectful class discussions on the ideas presented, noting any weaknesses perceived in the arguments considered. Writing proficiency within this discipline is required for a passing grade in this course. A student who does not demonstrate writing skills appropriate for an upper-division undergraduate course will not receive a passing grade, regardless of that student’s performance in other aspects of the class.
Credits
3
Attributes
Writing
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019
Offered
MWF
Avg. Class Size
30
Avg. Sections
1