An introduction to the main themes of the American Constitution—popular sovereignty, separation of powers, federalism, and rights.
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I highly recommend this course, specially for people keen on law and history. The lecturer makes the lessons very easy to follow, and the content is interesting and very relevant nowadays.
this course has given me the great view of Written constitution of USA and how my country India Constitution took this model WRITTEN constitution from USA and has implemented similarly
This course was a great introduction to the United States Constitution. The material was given sufficient lecture time to allow you to grasp the information and it was not rushed through.
im beginning to like this course the professor is very good at making the study of the constitution lively