|Course Title||URBAN POLITICS|
|Full Title||Urban Politics|
|Description||Politics and policy issues in urban areas to include central cities and suburbs. Urban sprawl, suburbanization, local/state/federal relations, regional governance, and local electoral dynamics. Urban policy issues to include public safety, housing, and transportation. Meets graduation requirement in California state and local government. Will satisfy all requirements in American Institutions when taken with Political Science 102, 305, or 320.|
|General Text||Field II: American Politics.|
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