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HIS 311 - Drugs in America


Drugs and alcohol are inextricably tied to American culture, politics and law. References to drugs pervade American popular culture, including music, television and film, and dominate the national political rhetoric about being “tough on crime” and ideas about citizenship, ethnicity and race. In this course, we will explore a variety of cultural, political and legal reactions to drugs in the U.S. This course will count as an elective for History majors and minors. It will also count for Legal Studies major and minor electives as well as the following Legal Studies Major Tracks: Public Policy, Politics and Government Track; Criminal Justice Track; Law Track; NonProfit Management Track. Course Codes: BR. Prerequisite: History PEQ.

Prerequisites & Notes
This course will count as an elective for History majors and minors. It will also count for Legal Studies major and minor electives as well as the following Legal Studies Major Tracks: Public Policy, Politics and Government Track; Criminal Justice Track; Law Track; NonProfit Management Track. Course Codes: BR. Prerequisite: History PEQ. Term cycle: spring. Yearly cycle: odd years.

Credits: 3



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