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Hieu146.08 - HIEU 146 Spring 2008 6070 H&SS x48919 Fascism Communism Europe 1919_1945 and the Crisis of Professor Radcliff Liberal Democracy This

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HIEU 146, Spring 2008 Professor Radcliff Fascism, Communism and the Crisis of Liberal Democracy: Europe, 1919_1945 This course will explore the political, social and cultural identity crisis that Western Europe faced in the interwar period, with special emphasis on the challenges to liberal democracy that were launched from mass movements on opposite ends of the political spectrum. In dissecting this crisis, we will attempt to understand where it came from, why it took the course that it did, and how it fits into the longer term narrative of Europe’s democratization. The course requirements include a final exam, given during the regularly scheduled exam period, and a short paper, 5_7 pages, double-spaced. In addition, students will have the choice of 1) enrolling in a discussion section, which will meet once a week and will require some short writing assignments, OR 2)taking an in-class midterm. No grade will be given unless all written assignments have been completed, and unexused late assignments will be penalized. The following books have been ordered at Groundworks Bookstore: William Sheridan Allen, The Nazi Seizure of Power Sheila Fitzpatrick, The Russian Revolution Joachim Remak, The Nazi Years: A Documentary History Martin Blinkhorn, Fascism and the Right in Europe, 1919-1945
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course HIEU 146 taught by Professor Radcliff during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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