|Course Title||LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS|
|Full Title||Latin American Politics|
|Description||Introduction to Latin American politics. Knowledge of political change and political systems in Latin America, viewed historically and comparatively, using concepts and theories applicable to more general political analysis.|
|Statement||Same course as Political Science 366.|
May also be taken as POL S 366. Not open to students enrolled in, or with prior credit in POL S 366.
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