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Chabot College
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His 8 - US History Post-Reconstruct

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Chabot College Fall 2004 Replaced Fall 2010 Course Outline for History 8 U S HISTORY SINCE RECONSTRUCTION Catalog Description 8 U S History Since Reconstruction 3 Units A survey of United States history from 1877 to the present with a special emphasis on the interaction amongst and the experiences of diverse racial ethnic African Americans European Americans Native Americans Chicano Latino Americans Asian Americans and Middle Eastern Americans gender and socioeconomic groups in American History Includes analysis of 1 the U S Constitution as a living document in the context of historical change and 2 significant issues related to California state and local governments 3 hours Typical contact hours 52 5 Prerequisite Skills None Expected Outcomes for Students Upon completion of this course students should be able to 1 discuss and explain the rise of and expansion of industrial capitalism in the United States and the economic transformations of the 20th Century analyze the effects of economic changes on women gender roles working class relations racial ethnic minority groups and U S diplomacy 2 analyze the crisscrossing dynamics of race ethnicity gender religion and class in American society from 1877 to the present and assess the impact of these dynamics on U S political institutions laws and electoral politics 3 outline and discuss the contributions and experiences of major racial ethnic gender and social groups in the development of U S political economic cultural and social institutions discuss the interactions collaborations and conflicts amongst these groups 4 evaluate the role of geography in the context of economic and political change in the United States 5 identify and analyze the major periods of social change and reform from 1877 to the present evaluate the roots of reform and the long term consequences for U S society 6 trace the evolution of U S foreign policy identify its economic and ideological roots and significant features and evaluate the impact of U



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