POLS 4530 POLITICAL PARTIES

Fall Semester AY2019-2020
Department of Political Science
University of Georgia
Athens, GA, 30602-1615


Classroom: Room 116 Correll Hall
Time: 1:25 - 2:15PM Monday, Wednesday, Friday


Instructor: Keith T. Poole

Office: Room 304D Baldwin Hall
E-Mail: ktpoole@uga.edu
WebSite: K7MOA home page

Office Hours: By Appointment

The following texts will be used in this course:


Requirements

Grades will be determined by three examinations -- two mid-Semester exams and a final exam. The exams will be Multiple Choice. The Midterms will be worth 1/4 of your grade and the final is worth 1/2 of your grade.

The first exam is scheduled for
The second exam is scheduled for

The Final Exam is scheduled for


Course Outline
  1. The Mischief of Faction: The Views of the Founders

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  2. The Early Development of Modern Political Parties

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  3. Party Realignment Theory

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  4. The First Political Party System: 1829 - 1852

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  5. The Second Political Party System: 1856 - 1896

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  6. The Third Political Party System: 1897 - 1928

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  7. The Fourth Political Party System: 1932 - 2015

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  8. Where are we Headed? Political Polarization and the Stability of American Political Institutions

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