of the Course: This
course is intended to introduce students to some of the major themes and events
of twentieth-century American history since World War II. Those themes include
the rise of the modern liberal state and the increasing importance of the federal
government in individual lives, minority groups' struggle for equality and inclusion
in public life, and the way that Americans have had to adapt to pluralism and
multiculturalism. In that vein, we will ask questions about the development
of competing identitiesclass, gender, ethnic, religious, and racialand
whether those competing identities somehow have come together to form a single
Class Meeting Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:00 PM-5:15 PM
This course is taught by: Professor Andrew Moore
Click here to see the syllabus for from the last time Professor Moore taught this course. Please note that the syllabus may change substantially.
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