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HIST 1302 (HIST 1302)
The U. S. Since 1877
Three semester hours. (FL/SP)
Covers the growth of national ideas; movement for individual freedom; party government and public interests; industrial development; labor problems and agrarian unrest; changing international policies; war and peace; problems of agriculture, business, and government; cultural progress and attempts at social cooperation; and current world problems and trends. It is recommended that HIST 1301 be taken before 1302. See Texas Success Initiative in the section entitled PROGRAMS FOR ACADEMIC SUPPORT AND ENRICHMENT.

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