About the Journal

The Pi Sigma Alpha Undergraduate Journal of Politics (ISSN: 1556-2034) was founded in the spring of 2001 by the Delta Omega Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha at Purdue University, under the name The American Undergraduate Journal of Politics and Government.  With the sponsorship of Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society, the name of the Journal was changed to The Pi Sigma Alpha Undergraduate Journal of Politics beginning with the Fall 2004 issue. From July 2007 until July 2010 the Journal was based at the Zeta Upsilon Chapter at Union College, and in August 2010 moved to the Eta Rho Chapter at the College of William & Mary. In August 2013, the Nu Omega Chapter at Oakland University began hosting the Journal for a three year term!

The Journal is published online bi-annually by the Nu Omega Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, Oakland University, 2200 N. Squirrel Road, Rochester, Michigan, 48309.

The Journal is funded by Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society, 1527 New Hampshire Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20036, http://www.pisigmaalpha.org.

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The Pi Sigma Alpha Undergraduate Journal of Politics is copyrighted by Pi Sigma Alpha. The content of all papers is copyrighted by the respective authors. Pi Sigma Alpha cannot and will not be held liable for the actions of The Pi Sigma Alpha Undergraduate Journal of Politics.

All assertions of fact and statements of opinion are solely those of the authors.  They do not necessarily represent the views of Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society, the Editorial Board, the Advisory Board, the Faculty Advisor, Oakland University, or its faculty and administration.

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