|Course Title||The Soviet System and Its Demise|
|Time And Days||MW 2:30-4:00|
|Room Location||Link 309|
|Additional Course Info||SO I|
Cross-listed in Economics and Political Science
Prerequisite: Two one-sem courses in Econ, Pols, or Hist.
The Soviet system was inspired by some of the loftiest ideals of humanity. The entire society was redesigned so as to pursue common goals, rather than conflicting private objectives. The economy was run for people, not profits. The Soviet system is no more, but the ideas on which it was founded will probably always be with us. What does the largest social and economic experiment in history teach us? The course is 1/3 political science and 2/3 economics.
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