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POL 737 United States Constitution
4 hours; 4 credits
The structures of government established by the United States Constitution and the system of limited government, which is a consequence of a written constitution. The course will make extensive use of Supreme Court cases to examine branches of the national government, their relationship to each other, and the extent and limits of their powers under the Constitution, and will explore by case analysis the system of federalism established by the Constitution.
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