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HIS152 U.S. History Since 18773 credits

This United States history course examines the period from the end of reconstruction to the present. Emphasis is placed upon industrialization and its impact, the development of a strong federal government, an aggressive foreign policy, and a growing involvement in an international economy. The course includes political, economic, and social history of this period, as well as the development of American thought.

Lecture hours: 48
Lab/Clinic hours:

Course Fee:

Prior to Fall 2006 the course number was HY150T, HY191T


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