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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2017-18


HIST 19 United States Political History in the Twentieth Century

This course defines politics broadly to include grass roots political activism, and dissident political philosophy, as well as governmental action and change. The course will trace the evolving relationship between the federal government and American citizens from the end of Reconstruction through 1984. Topics will include Black political participation in Reconstruction; immigrant, labor, and woman suffrage activism; the post-World War I Red Scare and the decline of Progressivism; domestic turbulence and the New Deal state; the Cold War and the decline of New Deal liberalism; national security agencies and covert action; the Civil Rights movement and the Great Society; Vietnam and the youth rebellion of the 1960s; Watergate and the unveiling of the imperial presidency; the rise of the New Right, the revival of the national security state, and the dismantling of the social welfare state.

Instructor

Orleck.

Distributive and/or World Culture

Dist:SOC; WCult:W

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Offered

18W: 12 18X: 11

Department-Specific Course Categories

Major Dist: US.