Changing Political Attitudes of the American Public


Three Sessions: Mondays, Sept. 10, 17, 24; 1:30-3 PM

Location: Upper Iowa University, 5000 Westown Pkwy., West Des Moines. Third Floor.

Cost: $27

Class Limit: 30


How is the psychology of American politics changing? The course covers historical, technological and social realities which shape a person’s thinking. It examines how individuals regard the changing political world and why each responds differently.


Instructor Thomas Beck holds a BA from Wartburg College and an MA from the University of Northern Iowa. He taught state government, national government and public administration classes at DMACC for 32 years. Tom was an adjunct instructor in law, government and world politics for the University of St. Francis in Joliet, Illinois, and has taught several courses for Senior College since 2006.

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