Sep 17

Congress and the Lobby

Chase Untermeyer

Chase Untermeyer began his many years of fascination with Congress in the summer of 1967 as an intern in the office of then-freshman congressman George H.W. Bush. Since then, he has dealt with both House and Senate in a variety of jobs and perspectives. He will examine what makes Congress work — or not; the people drawn to serve there, both as members and staff; and the influence exerted by “the lobby,” which covers as wide a scope as the American economy and the many interests of ordinary Americans.

Live Zoom Webinar with Q&A.

Other classes offered by Chase Untermeyer that may interest you include:

The Nine: A Non-lawyer’s Look at the Supreme Court
October 15

Sacred Sands: How Islam and History Shape the Modern Middle East
November 19

The Middle East: A Trouble-free Tour of Trouble Spots
December 10


Semester

$25.00

Class Tuition

Price is per student. Class tuition is non-refundable.