PLS 260: Introduction to Political Thought
This course presents an overview of political thought, or theory, from the early Greeks through the 19th century works of Marx, Mills and Thoreau. The focus will be on the evolution of political thought as well as the different objectives and values that have driven the quest for the "ideal" form of government.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; PLS 112 minimum grade "C"
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