POL 3306: Presidential Leadership and American Democracy

3 Credits

To most Americans—if not most human beings—the President of the United States is probably the most powerful person on the planet. This course examines how, why, and whether that is the case. What does the US President do, and why? Why is so much power entrusted to just one person? Students will critically analyze these questions and synthesize answers by evaluating the history, evolution, and current state of the \"highest office in the land.\"

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