HS162 Contemporary America

HS162 Contemporary America

HS162 Contemporary America – Loyola Marymount Univ. Spring 1978

LMU’s History 162 (HS162A) promised a lot for one course, quoting the course handout:

In this course, we will examine the important political, social, economic. Intellectual and diplomatic themes in twentieth century United States history. Our primary purpose will be to gain an understanding of how urbanization, immigration-assimilation, industrialization, political centralization, affluence and two world wars have shaped: 1) the role and status of the individual in society, 2) the interrelationships of groups, and 3) the character of critical public and private, local and national institutions.

Class notes posted below the research paper (2017-10-26).

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