HIS 1120: American History II

Description

Explores the social, political, and economic history of the United States from the Gilded Age [1877] to the early 21st century.

Objectives

  1. Trace the varying impacts of industrial and business expansion on American society to 1900.
  2. Identify influences toward urban blight in 19th-century America.
  3. Compare and contrast the turn-of-the-century values of Twain's Gilded Age and the Progressive Era.
  4. Explain the impact of the Civil Rights Movement on America's societal infrastructure.
  5. Contrast varied perspectives concerning America's presence in the world.
  6. Explain the United States' evolving role as a superpower.
  7. Describe the modern challenges and opportunities concerning the United States around the globe.

PreRequisites

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Textbook(s)

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