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  • POLS-3613 Political Parties and Interest Groups

    An examination of the role of political parties and interest groups as intermediary organizations that connect the public to policy makers. The first part of the course focuses upon political parties and elections, and the second part of the course examines lobbying, political action committees (Pac-s), and the problem of political corruption. This course is normally offered in the fall semester of odd-numbered years.

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