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HIST 1203.0 The Twentieth Century

COURSE DESCRIPTION

An historical approach to the major problems of our time. Emphasis will be placed upon the backgrounds to World Wars I and II, the emergence of the United States as a world power, the Communist Revolution and its impact, and the problems of industrial society.

Prerequisite: None


modern-europe-1789
Textbook:  
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Modern Europe: Sources and Perspectives from History 
John C. Swanson and Michael S. Melancon 
New York: Longman, 2003 
   
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Modern Europe: 1789-Present 
2nd 
Asa Briggs and Patricia Clavin, 
London: Pearson/Longman, 2003

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Delivery Mode: 3 credit hours
Credits: Class study online with weekly deadlines
Faculty: Arts
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