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- Test your understanding with quizzes and practice exams.
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- Struggle with understanding political ideologies, forms of government, the federal judicial system, presidential elections, civic behavior, public and social policy, international relations or any other political science topic
- Have limited time for studying
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- Find themselves failing or close to failing political science
- Cope with ADD or ADHD
- Want to get ahead in their political science course
- Don't have access to their social science teacher outside of class
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- Define political science and explore the source of political conflicts.
- Learn about the different kinds of political power.
- Distinguish between countries, states, nations and governments.
- Understand the gross domestic product.
- Detail the importance of freedom of religion and speech.
- Discuss the right to bear arms, the rights of women and civil rights.
- Explain fascism and anarchism.
- Describe the roles and functions of government.
- Learn about various kinds of legislatures and forms of government.
- Examine the powers of Congress.
- Discover the history of political parties.
- Study comparative law as well as social and public policy.
- Discuss international actors and international law.
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