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POLS 105G: American Constitutional Law: Home

This guide will help you find information about the United States Constitution and its amendments, including primary sources.

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Researching Constitutional Law & History

This Research Guide will help you find Library resources that discuss the U.S. Constitution and its history, including books, journals, online subscription databases and websites.

Course Description

A survey of Constitutional law emphasizing civil rights and individual liberties, this course will provide students with a general understanding of the major issues in Constitutional law, including the structure of the U.S. government; the separation of powers between branches of the federal government; federalism and states' rights; and the balance of the interests of the government with that of the individual in a diverse society.

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This Research Guide was updated June 9, 2020 by Anne Bittner.