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The Industrial Revolution

Subject: HIS
Course Number: 333
Credits: 4 Credits
Available Online: No
This course traces the most explosive period of growth and change in American history. Covering the presidencies of Ulysses S. Grant through Woodrow Wilson, this course intensively examines the American metamorphosis from divided, wounded and fractious nation to industrial juggernaut and policeman of the world. Major themes include: the final days of red-white conflict, issues of black freed people, immigration, industrialization and urbanization, robber barons, labor unrest, muckrakers and reformers, and political and social movements.
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