Bill of Rights (POLS-UN3921-001): Home

About this Guide

This guide has been designed to provide support within the Courseworks system for a Columbia course that has been designated as Political Science UN3921, American Politics Seminar, Section 001, Bill of Rights. The sources listed here were chosen with care and deliberation in consultation with the professor teaching that class. Although it is likely to be useful for many researchers, it should be noted that this guide does reflect the focus and emphases of a specific course



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