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How the U.S. Government Works & How to Get Involved

Georgetown University via edX

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LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY
Beginner
CERTIFICATE QUALITY
Okay
STARTING DATE
Self-paced
HOURS OF CONTENT
24h
PRICE
Free

DESCRIPTION
This is not your average government class: Our primer offers an overview of the basics, how they apply today, plus the tools you need to make your voice heard. Feeling overwhelmed by modern-day politics? Looking to get involved but not sure where
Government
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