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[OPIRG-EVENTS] U.S. & Political Represssion course
> The following course is being taught at Carleton University, beginning in
> January, 2002.
> 04.441* - A Seminar in United States Studies:
> The United States & Political Repression
> Winter Term 2002
> States use various forms of repression to punish dissent, indoctrinate
> citizens, and control political activity. 04.441* will examine the
> involvement of the United States' government in political repression in
> countries of the South, particularly through its arming, training,
> financing, and advising of military, political, and economic elites (or
> favoured opposition groups) in those countries.
> This half-credit course is scheduled for Tuesdays (4:00 - 5:30 p.m.) and
> Thursdays (2:30 - 4:00 p.m.) in the Winter Term, 2002. It is open to
> students with third-year, fourth-year, or graduate standing. Please note
> as well that 04.441* is listed as an optional course for the Human Rights
> major, details of which may be found on page 276 of the undergraduate
> For more information please contact the course instructor, Bill Skidmore,
> at 2215 Dunton Tower, or 520-2600, ext. 2359, or
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