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HIS 106 - American Life I

Buffalo State | Summer 2019
May 28, 2019 — 
Exploration and colonization: the meeting of cultures; colonial America; shaping an identity; contest for the continent; prologue to independence; independence and the new nation; framing a constitution; religious, ethnic, and cultural diversity in the new nation; Jeffersonian Republicanism; nationalism and economic expansion; the emergence of social strains; Jacksonian democracy; religion and reform; expansion and sectional crisis; American life and culture in the mid-nineteenth century; a decade of crisis; the Civil War; aftermath of war.
Section: 1144
3
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HIS 107 - American Life II

Buffalo State | Summer 2019
May 28, 2019 — 
The new South; reunion, readjustment, and constitutional freedoms; the West; the economic revolution; the urban society; politics in the Gilded Age; America's emergence as a world power; the Progressive Era; World War I and its aftermath; the 1920s; the New Deal; from isolationism to globalism; World War II; postwar adjustments; the Kennedy and Johnson years; resurgent Republicanism.
Section: 1151
3
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HIS 107 - American Life II

Buffalo State | Summer 2019
May 28, 2019 — 
The new South; reunion, readjustment, and constitutional freedoms; the West; the economic revolution; the urban society; politics in the Gilded Age; America's emergence as a world power; the Progressive Era; World War I and its aftermath; the 1920s; the New Deal; from isolationism to globalism; World War II; postwar adjustments; the Kennedy and Johnson years; resurgent Republicanism.
Section: 1152
3
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ECO 103 - Economic History of the United States

Buffalo State | Summer 2019
May 28, 2019 — 
The history of the United States from an economic perspective. U.S. history is understood by studying the development of economic institutions and social change. Causes and effects of changing labor organization and relations, production technique, business and industrial organization, trade patterns, and economic policy.
Section: 1287
3
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HIS 106 - History of American Life I

Buffalo State | Summer 2019
May 28, 2019 — 
Exploration and colonization: the meeting of cultures; colonial America; shaping an identity; contest for the continent; prologue to independence; independence and the new nation; framing a constitution; religious, ethnic, and cultural diversity in the new nation; Jeffersonian Republicanism; nationalism and economic expansion; the emergence of social strains; Jacksonian democracy; religion and reform; expansion and sectional crisis; American life and culture in the mid-nineteenth century; a decade of crisis; the Civil War; aftermath of war.
Section: 1187
3
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PSC 102 - Introduction to American Government and Politics

Buffalo State | Summer 2019
May 28, 2019 — 
Historical development of American government and politics. Conceptual studies of the key transformative phases of institutions (U.S. Constitution, federalism, Congress, the courts, the presidency), politics (political parties, interest groups, media, social movements), political economy (regulation, federal bureaucracy) and political culture (citizenship and identity, public opinion, political behavior).
Section: 1155
4
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HIS 222 - US History Since 1865

New Paltz / University College | Summer 2019
May 22, 2019 — 
Continuation of HIS221. Analysis of the forces that shaped the modern industrial nation after the Civil War and resulted in the emergence of the United States as a world power.
Section: 1
3
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SOC 220 - Social Inequality in the US

New Paltz / University College | Summer 2019
May 22, 2019 — 
Theoretical approaches to the study of social inequality, such as the distribution of wealth, privilege, and power in the United States and the impact on individual life chances and institutional arrangements.
Section: 2
3
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POL 100 - Introduction to American Government and Politics

Cortland / University College | Summer 2019
May 22, 2019 — 
Basic structures and functions of the American political system, including the Constitution, presidency, Congress, courts, bureaucracy, political parties, public opinion, elections, interest groups, media and public policy. Also examines who has power.
Section: 010
3
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HIS 1229 - US History since 1940

Sullivan County / Community College | Summer 2019
May 21, 2019 — 
This course surveys and examines selected problems and opportunities facing the United States in the 20th century and early 21st century. Students will analyze significant social, economic, and political changes in contemporary American life since 1940.
Section: 01DL