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HIST408L

Senior Seminar; Individual Liberties and War: From the Revolution to the War on Terror

This course will examine the tension between individual liberties - such as the freedom of the press, the free exchange of ideas, the right to assemble and petition government,the right to a jury trial of ones peers, the right to bear arms, to mention a few - and the expectation that the people are obligated to support their government during a time of war.

Sister Courses: HIST408A, HIST408B, HIST408C, HIST408D, HIST408E, HIST408F, HIST408G, HIST408I, HIST408J, HIST408K, HIST408M, HIST408N, HIST408O, HIST408P, HIST408Q, HIST408R, HIST408T, HIST408V, HIST408W, HIST408X, HIST408Y, HIST408Z

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Average GPA: 3.17 between 31 students

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