American Political Rhetoric
153 001 | Session A | CCN: 15583
Instructor: Michael Dalebout,Nathan S Atkinson
Date / Time: Tu/We/Th 1:00pm - 3:29pm
A survey of the ways in which Americans have discussed their existence as a distinct nation their rights and obligations, and the legitimate modes of political action open to them. Readings cover the 17th through the 20th centuries and may include discussion of sermons, novels, philosophy, social and political theory, autobiographies, declassified government planning documents, Congressional testimony, and films.