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The following course information is effective for the Summer 2018 term.

HST 222 United States History 1876 to Present

This course is a continuation of HST 221 - US History to 1876. It is an interpretative survey of social, economic, political, diplomatic, and cultural developments of the United States since 1876. Topics covered include the impact of industrialism, urbanization and immigration, overseas expansion, World Wars I and II, economic growth and depressions, development of a consumer culture, modern culture and the arts, the Cold War, suburbanization, civil rights protests and progress, politics and the evolution of liberalism and conservatism, continued overseas conflicts and wars, and the emergence of an information economy/society.

Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness

Typically Offered: Offered summer, fall & spring.

Offered Summer 2018: Yes

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