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MA in American: History

  1. The Early Settlements. The Evolution of British Colonies in the 17th Century
  2. The North American Colonies in the British Empire in the 18th Century. The Road to Revolution and the American War of Independence
  3. The Articles of Confederation. The Constitution. The Federal Era
  4. The Triumph of Republicanism: From Jefferson to Jackson
  5. The History of Slavery in North America from 1619 to 1865. The Civil War. Reconstruction
  6. The Gilded Age
  7. Progressivism and the Beginnings of the Regulatory State
  8. The Rise of the U.S. as a Great Power (1850s-1919)
  9. U.S. Foreign Affairs in the Interwar Years
  10. The U.S. in the 1920s. The Great Depression. The New Deal.
  11. The U.S. in World War II
  12. The Early Cold War Years: U.S. Foreign Affairs 1945-1953
  13. The Civil Rights Movement
  14. The Vietnam War (International and Domestic Repurcussions)
  15. Society in the 1960s
  16. The Rise of Neo-Conservatism: From Nixon to Gingrich
  17. U.S.-Soviet Rivalry from the mid-1950s to the late 1970s
  18. The "Second" Cold War: U.S. Foreign Affairs in the Early 1980s
  19. The U.S. and the "New World Order"
  20. Major Issues in Present-Day American Society

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