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HIST 604B - American Social History, 1860-Present


Credits 3

Examination of U.S. social development since the Civil War, focusing upon problems arising from industrialism, immigration, and urbanism. Analysis of the responsive emergence of the ‘welfare state’ in the Progressive, New Deal, and post World War II eras, supplemented by study of current issues of racism, sexism, and contemporary counterculture.

Notes
This course is crosslisted with HIST 404B. Credit at the 600-level requires additional work.