An introduction to the main themes of the American Constitution—popular sovereignty, separation of powers, federalism, and rights.
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Awesome!! Even for a History major like myself it was incredibly thought provoking and extremely well taught. I only wish every American received this level of instruction on The Constitution.
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.
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
Very interesting course. I learnt a lot. Also about the American history. Very nice that this course is given by Professor Amar. He speaks with a lot of passion for this subject.
This class is by far the best online class I have ever taken, and I recommend everyone to take it so they can become engaged with and understand the American Constitution.
The Professor is very knowledgeable and very passionate about the subject! I would recommend this course to anyone who is interested in law or politics.
excellent review of the content, intentions, and context behind the language of the Constitution, including the amendments. I really enjoyed it.
This is a great class and the lectures are very interesting. I hope to have time to finish these in the near future.