United States Political History, 1789-1900


The development of American politics between the end of the Revolution and 1900. The extension and limitations of democracy; the emergence and extension of parties as the central institution of politics; the relationship between popular political initiatives and party politics; the clash and transformation of party policies and ideologies; and the growth and transformation of the American state. Instructor: Huston
Curriculum Codes
  • CZ
  • SS
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