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POLI 2360 Seminar: Rights in Conflict (Spring: 3 )

Course Description

This course examines a series of political controversies in which at least one—and usually more than one—side makes a claim on the basis of rights. The political controversies we investigate involve demands made in the name of, among others, property rights, First Amendment rights, the rights of the accused, and the right to vote, as well as rights-based assertions on behalf of the disabled.

Instructor(s): Kay Schlozman

Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with:

Comments: This seminar is primarily for sophomores. Juniors admitted with departmental permission, provided there is an open seat in the course.

Last Updated: 19-Feb-16