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2002FA Lifelong Learning- History

Evening Division- Minimester A

HIS-260P-AE1 1930íS:A Nation in Torment 3 6:15PM-9:15PM T MART 106 L. Barone
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
The material in this course deals with the Great American Depression. It includes economics and politics, high finance and corporations. It also deals with people - men, women and children and what happened to them during the troubled times of one of Americaís greatest crises. Against a background of Franklin Roosevelt and the New Deal, we will trace a peopleís valiant struggle to live and survive to prosper once again.

Evening Division- Minimester B

! HIS-260IP-BE1 History of the Soviet Union 3 6:15-9:15PM T MART 103 R. Montgomery
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
The history of the Soviet Union from the October Revolution to the breakup of the U.S.S.R. Highlights include the Revolution and Civil War; Stalinism; World War II and the Cold War; the postwar "thaw" and "stagnation"; the non-Russian minorities; and Gorbachevís reforms.

Weekend Division- Minimester A

! HIS-260P-AW1 The U.S., 1787-1854 4 11:15AM-3:15PM SA MART 104 S. Siry
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact This course will cover the major political, military, social, and diplomatic developments that shaped American society from the Constitutional Convention of 1787 to the end of the second political party system in the 1850ís. Do no register for this course if you have taken HIS 352 Jefferson-Jackson.

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