This course is taught from a Catholic perspective, and incorporates Catholic teaching in its analysis of political philosophy and contemporary issues.
Course sections include: Catholic Political Theory, American Political Theory, the Federal Government, Abortion in America, Foreign & Domestic Policy, State and Local Government, Elections, and the Role of the Press.
In the second semester, students conduct an in-depth study of the Judicial branch of the Federal government by studying the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision. This decision is studied from a Catholic perspective, and students will learn how to defend their pro-life convictions using reason and logic.
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