WGST 3351 Women and Politics in the United States

3 hours; 3 credits

Women and politics in the context of the United States of America. Gaining the right to vote; the Equal Rights Amendment; women as political leaders; racial and ethnic diversity of U.S. women; the "gender gap." Policy issues including the feminization of poverty and social welfare. This course is the same as Political Science 3152.

Prerequisite: Women's and Gender Studies 1001 [12] or permission of the program coordinator.


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