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== Special concepts ==
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This course will include many concepts not included in most run-of-the-mill government courses, such as:
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*Tea Party: the decentralized political party
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*the effect of low voter turnout
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*free speech and campaign finance
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*pending court cases concerning the structure of government
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Revision as of 21:01, June 9, 2010

Enroll by inserting your user name into this file: click "Edit this page" below, then position your cursor in the Enrollment section below, and then click 10th tab from the left above.

"American Government Fall 2010" is a 14-week course that teaches the basics of government, both federal and state. It covers the political process and operation of the U.S. government, and may be the most important course you will ever take. It includes review of the U.S. Constitution, including concepts like the separation of powers among the branches of government.

Students seeking to earn college credit can take the CLEP or AP exams upon successful completion of this course.

This course begins in September and already several dozen students have enrolled in person. Please add your user id. (as explained above) if you would like to participate in this course in any way, either as a student or as a teacher on this site.

The instructor is Andy Schlafly, who has taught over 15 courses, including one as an adjunct professor at a major law school.

Enrollment

--Andy Schlafly 10:39, 6 June 2010 (EDT) (instructor)

--Martin Amrowski 13:11, 6 June 2010 (EDT) (student)

--Davidkon 15:04, 6 June 2010 (EDT) (student)

--Beardude1963 15:00, 7 June 2010 (EDT) (student)

--Paul Narcisse 13:02, 8 June 2010 (EDT) (student)


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Special concepts

This course will include many concepts not included in most run-of-the-mill government courses, such as:

  • Tea Party: the decentralized political party
  • the effect of low voter turnout
  • free speech and campaign finance
  • pending court cases concerning the structure of government

(add to list)