The election is over; what’s in store for the next critical years of national and international affairs? Are you concerned with the state of the nation and the world? Tired of partisan pundits? Want to go beyond the headlines? Learn about and discuss political and social issues with an objectivity and depth all too rare in today's political campaigns and media polemics? Join Sandy Lakoff, founding father of UC San Diego's Political Science Department, and a selection of distinguished guests, for a lively series of fascinating, informative and insightful lectures and discussions on a variety of today's hot political and social topics.
Note: Offered as a series only. Permit required to park on campus. WI13 lecture dates are Jan. 24, Feb 21, Mar. 21
Course Number: POLI-70001 Credit: 0 units
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