HIS 1111: US History after 1865

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HIS 1111: US History after 1865
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Social Science
Course Code
HIS 1111
Semester / Year
Fall 2018
Course Description

This course will acquaint students with the major debates, issues and problems in U.S. history since the end of the Civil War. Topics included Reconstruction, immigration; progressive reform; women’s suffrage; the rise of consumer society; labor movements and radicalism; the Great Depression; World War II; the Cold War; the civil rights movement; Vietnam and the counterculture of the 1960s.

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