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United States

by: Garrett Harber

United States HISTORY 103D

Garrett Harber

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K. Frydl

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Date Created: 10/22/15
kf dl berkele edu M W 374 History 103 Fall 2005 Professor Frydl Postwar US The Unheralded Revolution Description Did the formative years of 194571960 represent a revolution in progressive reform or the birth of a dynamic conservative movementgt Did the US expand its empire by invitation or merely resist Soviet expansionismgt Did Americans grudgingly accept federal power or did this new Leviathan antagonize its subjects Those who long for simplicity will be disappointed to learn that the readings for this course will to some degree support all of the options enumerated above Perhaps even more important and more disturbing for those who would wish for a false but unalloyed clarity many of these questions are related to each other in both articulation and answer In uncovering the many threads that weave together to form an understanding of the postwar United States we will be particularly attentive to the ways in which this historical moment constituted a radical departure from what preceded it and can indeed be fairly described as an unheralded revolution Course Requirements Completion and comprehension of readings will be demonstrated in two ways class participation and written work Participation will be weighted at 40 of the course grade three fiveipage papers will constitute the remainder of the graded components of the class structured as 10 25 and 25 respectively Students should be aware that missing more than one class without first receiving the permission of the instructor necessarily means a student shall not be granted a passing grade regardless of performance on all other graded components of the class Schedule of Readings kf dl berkele edu M W 374 students are to nish readings before the class for which they are assigned Week 2 Brinkley The End OfReform New Deal Liberalism in Recession and War Week 3 Hogan A Cross of Iron Harry S Truman and the Origins of the National Security State 194571954 Week 4 Jacobs Pocketbook Politics Economic Citizenship in TwentiethiCentury America Politics and Society in Twentieth Century America Week 5 Lichtenstein Walter Reuther The Most Dangerous Man in Detroit First Paper Due Week 6 Klein For All These Rights Business Labor and the Shaping ofAmerica39s PubliciPriVate Welfare Smte Politics and Society in Twentieth Century America Week 7 Mittelsmdt From Welfare to Workfare The Unintended Consequences of Liberal Reform 194571965 Gender and American Culture Week 8 Hastings The Korean War Week 9 Schrecker Many Are the Crimes Week 10 Kevles The Physcists Week 11 Chambers Witness Second Paper Due Week 12 kf dl berkele edu M W 374 Dudziak Cold War Civil Rights Race and the Image ofAmerican Democracy Politics and Society in Twentieth Century America Week 13 Class canceled Week 14 Kluger Simple Justice Week 15 Tyson Radio Free Dixie Robert F Williams and the Roots of Black Power Final Paper Due 1100 am December 13 History Main Of ce 3229 Dwinelle


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