About the Course:
The interaction of politics and public policy from the revolution to the present, focusing upon the key issues of each era in social, economic, cultural, racial, and other policy areas. A particular concern for the policy-making process, ideology, and the cultural origins of politics.
History 7, or any two quarters of History 17A-B-C, or upper-division standing.
Documents:View the course’s GauchoSpace page or the instructor’s page for documents: Randy Bergstrom
Schedule of Courses
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