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GOVT-326 History of the Conservative Movement: 1945 - Present (3)

Course Level: Undergraduate

History of the Conservative Movement: 1945-Present (3) This course analyzes the dramatic rise of the conservative movement from 1945 to the present, exploring how what largely started as a marginalized movement of ideas became a powerful political force in American politics. The course focuses on the conservative movement's political history, intellectual foundations, and public policy objectives. Usually Offered: fall. Restriction: sophomore standing and minimum 2.5 GPA.

GOVT-326 American Conservative Political Thought (3)

Course Level: Undergraduate

American Conservative Political Thought (3) This course traces the development of American conservative thought in the twentieth century. The course focuses on the various strands of conservatism and how they approach important public policy questions, while introducing students to the writings of leading contemporary conservative thinkers. Usually Offered: fall. Prerequisite: sophomore standing. Restriction: minimum 2.5 GPA.