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HIST 4310
Intellectual History of the United States
Three semester hours. (FL)
The impact of major ideas on the development of the nation, with emphasis on Puritanism, the Enlightenment, Romanticism, Transcendentalism, rise of democracy, the Women's Rights Movement, Social Darwinism, industrialism, populism, progressivism, pragmatism, socialism, the Civil Rights Movement, American art and thought, and those aspects of American thought that continue to agitate contemporary society. This course is designated as a senior capstone course for History majors. Prerequisite: Senior standing. (Formerly HIST 3310)

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