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POLS 339 - Free Expression and the Constitution (4)

This course examines the politics of constitutional law, focusing on the scope, meaning, and practice of individual rights and liberties in the American political system. The course primarily concerns the First Amendment's protection of free speech, free press, assembly, and religious freedom. The course examines issues such as flag burning, pornography, hate speech, censorship, school prayer and regulating the internet. Offered every other year.