MidGuide2_367 - Political Science 367: Second Midterm Exam...

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Political Science 367: Second Midterm Exam Study Guide The following is a list from which the short-answer questions on the exam will be drawn. Five will appear on the exam and you will be asked to answer THREE. Please note that these questions are narrowly focused and require answers of about 3 paragraphs. You should write legibly, clearly and succinctly. In preparing for the exam, you are free to study with others; however, the answers that you give should be your own. Please do not ask me or Jason to help you develop answers—you should be able to ±nd them in your lecture notes and readings. However, we are happy to clarify any questions you ±nd worded in a confusing way. Feel free to e-mail either one of us. Books, notes, computers, or any other electronic devices will not be allowed during the exam. You will NOT need to bring blue books. 1. Why can we say that not all con²ict is malign and not all cooperation is benign? 2.
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2011 for the course POLI SCI 367 taught by Professor Favretto during the Spring '11 term at Wisconsin.

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MidGuide2_367 - Political Science 367: Second Midterm Exam...

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