The American belief in the nation’s exceptionalism (as a special or ‘chosen’ nation) has influenced many aspects of society, politics, and foreign policy in the United States. This course examines the roots, growth, and contemporary significance of the United States as an exceptional nation.
This unit is not available in 2019
10% class participation
45% essay (3000 words)
45% exam (2 hour)
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