Course Detail: CEPD-APTPFF - American Political Theory: The Federalist Papers / In Person - Mornings, 10:00am-12:00pm

The Federalist Papers are a collection of 85 guest editorials printed in American newspapers in 1787--1788, written by James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay to persuade Americans to ratify the newly written Constitution. They are persuasive evidence of the Intent of the Framers and the Original Meaning of the Constitution, cited hundreds of times by Courts and highly relevant to this day.

Join Retired GSU University Professor in Public Administration Carl Stover for an examination of these essays which address not only issues of 18th Century America, but key questions of politics and political philosophy throughout the ages including Truth, Human Nature, Longevity, and Justice.

Class will read and discuss 20 to 25 of these papers; approximately 3 papers at 5 pages each per week.

This is a morning class and when paired with an afternoon class qualifies for the second class discount (a $35 savings).  Enter Promo Code TKE2 during check out.

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