HIST-491 Twentieth-Century U.S. State and Society
Spring for 2005-2006
This course examines the changing role of government in U.S. society over the course of the twentieth century. Its purpose is to provide a variety of perspectives on the ways in which federal government power has been contested and redefined over time. It examines the ways in which political movements, legal and intellectual developments, and economic change have reshaped the federal government and the ways in which government has in turn influenced society, politics, and culture. Spring.
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Spring '06: McCartin, J (file download)
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