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U.S. Government is a required semester course for Indian Hill seniors. Students will acquire an analytical perspective on American Government and politics. They will interpret and analyze the American political arena as they study constitutional foundations, individual political beliefs, political behavior, political parties, and special interest groups. All three branches of the federal government as well as the federal bureaucracy will be examined.

Please direct any questions to Mr. Slonim at   jslonim@ih.k12.oh.us

Major topics to be studied will include but not be limited to the following:

  1. Foundations of American Government

  2. Federalism and the American Constitution

  3. Legislative Branch and Interest Groups

  4. Political behavior and the Electoral Process

  5. Executive Branch and Foreign Policy

  6. Judicial Branch and Civil Liberties

  7. Current Events

Foundations of American Government Political behavior and the Electoral Process Comparative Political and Economic Systems
Federalism and the American Constitution Executive Branch and Foreign Policy

  Current Events
                        Today In History

Legislative Branch and Interest Groups Judicial Branch and Civil Liberties Constitution Project