HIST 789 - The United States Since 1945
The United States Since 1945
Examines major developments in the history of the U. S. from the end of World War II to the present. Major themes include the dynamics of economic growth and stagnation, the politics of liberalism and conservatism, the struggles for political and social equality by African Americans and other groups, cultural change, the Cold War, the War in Vietnam, and the militarization of American foreign policy.
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