Lori K. Klein

Assistant Professor of Political Science

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Department of History and Social Sciences

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1) Scripture of the week: 

Ephesians 2: 1-10 nature of man

2) ANG Fun Links:


Looking for the US Constitution Here are the seven original articles. Here is the Bill of Rights and here are Amendments 11-27.  (Note: The text is a transcription of the Constitution in its original form. Items that are hyperlinked have since been amended or superseded.  They are hyperlinked to the new language.)  You will be tested on the Constitution AS AMENDED (the new language).  Don't forget all of the rest of the helpful hints.  Happy Studying!

A)  A rap about Alexander Hamilton? Really? Yes, really.  It is good! Check it out here.  (Mild language warning. There's strong language too, but it is historically accurate.)

B)  Federalist Papers Project

C)  Here's the interactive painting of the Constitutional Convention:

The Constitution Explained

D)  Who wants to marry a founding father? http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/conlaw/marry.htm

We have much to be grateful for, and much to learn,



Here are the required texts for my courses. 

American National Government students (POLS 205): The Fall 2014 syllabus is online.  The Fall 2014 week by week schedule is also available.  

Public Administration students (POLS 304): Here is the Fall 2014  syllabus.  Here is the Fall 2014 schedule


State and Local students (POLS 353):  Here is  the Spring 2014 syllabus.  Here is the Spring 2014  schedule.

Public Policy students (POLS 306):  Here is the Spring 2014 syllabus.  Here is the Spring 2014 schedule.




The Library of Congress' Thomas (Congressional Info) - excellent link

Make-up tests will be given in my choice of essay or original format.  Make-up tests are only available for excused absences.


And in other news, plagiarism is bad...

              This page was last updated on 08/18/14.