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HIST 264 - Morning in America? Society, Culture and Politics in The Age of Reagan


FDR: HU
Planned Offering: Spring 2017 and alternate years.
Credits: 4

This course provides students with an in-depth analysis of the United States during the Reagan presidency. While the bulk of the course focuses on the 1980s, it also provides an overview of the 1960s and 1970s as well as the legacy of the decade for contemporary America. Rather than studying a single theme across a long period of time, this class provides students with a variety of thematic approaches within a more confined time-period. Accordingly, while the focus is on national politics, we explore the impact of the decade on economic, social, cultural, diplomatic, and political history. Michelmore.




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