This course is designed to teach you basic knowledge on various types of issues and topics. These topics include the economy, international relations, history, politics, law, economics, public policy, personal growth, ethics, psychology, social issues, marketing, international business, etc. These subjects and topics are generally taught in U.S. colleges and universities.
Another topic that is covered in this course is how financial markets affect government policy and how this affects government regulations and government policies. The importance of conducting independent research for personal gain or personal use is also covered. This makes students aware of the fact that financial markets are not free markets and that the government influences it in a variety of ways.
Another important topic covered by this course is what the energy policy of the United States is. As the energy policy of the United States is concerned, some of the topics that are covered are the environmental issues surrounding oil spills, renewable energy sources, development of natural gas as a fuel, methane emissions, etc. There is also a chapter on using renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar energy.
This course discusses the foreign policy of the United States. The topics covered in this course include the American Empire, Korean War, Civil Rights Movement, Cuba, Cuba missile crisis, etc. there is also a chapter on the Cuban Missile Crisis, which discusses the missile crisis in the 1960’s and the relationship between America and Cuba. Issues of the importance of the Bay of Pigs invasion and the Kennedy assassination is also discussed.
In addition to energy policy, immigration is another topic covered in this course. The topics include immigration law, politics of immigration, the Mexican-American War, etc. The importance of passing the United States citizenship test and becoming a citizen is discussed. It is also mentioned that being a citizen is important for keeping your job and for entering other countries.
There is also a chapter covering the idea of American exceptionalism, the concept of self-determination, the concept of American exceptionalism, the rights of Americans, the concept of self-determination, the concept of the United States Constitution, and so forth. There is also a chapter on the Greek God concept, the principle of national security, and the concept of American Self-Esteem.
A section on the music of Western Civilization is included in the resource box. This is where the student can access the audio file of the speakers from the first week of the course. There is also a section on the ideas and values of the United States. This is where the student can access the audio file of the speakers from the last week of the course.
This course discusses several topics including the minimum wage, welfare reform, tax reform, health care reform, and taxes. There is also a section on the income tax reduction concept, the credit for interest paid on student loans, the idea of Social Security, the U.S. economy and how this affects government policies, etc.
The course discusses the foreign policy of the United States and how this impacts the United States. The United States military and its role in global affairs are also discussed. The importance of world peace is also discussed. The course explains different ways of obtaining funding and understanding loans and financing. There is also a section on the importance of education and college, the benefits of working toward a higher education, the American dream, and the American dream itself, getting into college, scholarships, and many more.