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HIST 343 - Democratizing America, 1763-1850

(3.00)
This course explores America’s democratic experiment, from the American Revolution through the mid-19thcentury. The course covers political topics like voting rights and party politics, but also examines the social,cultural, and economic aspects of democracy in this turbulent era. Students will learn what men and women of all races and classes wanted from democracy, how they tried to have their voices heard, and assess how well the American political system worked for them.
  Recommended Preparation Any 100 level Social Science.

Course ID: 54712
Consent: No Special Consent Required
Components: Lecture



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