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Political Thought

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"Political philosophy is a grounding to understanding all theories of political standing. Take at least 2 courses in this field to gain a solid foundation to branch out from." Teresa Martin Grier

"Political theory makes you think critically and teaches you how to analyze and make arguments for or against existing ideas. The study of theory is a great background for studying law in Canada." Graduate, currently studying law

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