PSCI 1029

VT Government & Politics

Vermont Government and Politics
Vermont is the second smallest state in America. Its state government is similarly small and accessible. How does it work? Does it work well? Are there lessons for other states that didn’t fare as well as we emerged from the Great Recession? Are there lessons Vermont can learn from other states? This course will offer an insider's perspective on the political landscape and governmental system of our host state. We will learn about the state's political history, meet with those involved in the process, and discuss the intricacies of state government and how the political system affects it. (American Politics)
/James Douglas, ‘72, successfully sought the office of Governor in 2002 and was inaugurated as the 80th Governor of Vermont in January, 2003. He was re-elected in 2004, 2006, and 2008./
Political Science
Political Science
Social Sciences
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Winter 2025

PSCI1029A-W25 Lecture

Winter 2024

PSCI1029A-W24 Lecture (Douglas)

Winter 2023

PSCI1029A-W23 Lecture (Douglas)

Winter 2022

PSCI1029A-W22 Lecture (Douglas)

Winter 2020

PSCI1029A-W20 Lecture (Douglas)

Winter 2019

PSCI1029A-W19 Lecture (Douglas)

Winter 2018

PSCI1029A-W18 Lecture (Douglas)

Winter 2017

PSCI1029A-W17 Lecture (Douglas)

Winter 2016

PSCI1029A-W16 Lecture (Douglas)

Winter 2015

PSCI1029A-W15 Lecture (Douglas)

Winter 2014

PSCI1029A-W14 Lecture (Douglas)

Winter 2013

PSCI1029A-W13 Lecture (Douglas)

Winter 2012

PSCI1029A-W12 Lecture (Douglas)

Winter 2011

PSCI1029A-W11 Lecture (Douglas)