The conservative watchdog Campus Reform said a course on the history of police taught at Stanford University was the "most biased" course in the country this year.

The course called "History of the Police in the United States: Slave Patrols to Ferguson" examines “the historical relationship between race and the administration of policing."

Campus Reform made the decision after taking submissions from college students across the country for its new annual "Biased Course Contest."

It said the classes "present a skewed perspective on major political issues."

Runner-up was a course called "Taking Marx Seriously,” taught at Amherst College, which asks whether the economic theories of Karl Marx deserve “another chance.”

Watch the discussion above.

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