syllabus 2009 - HST 325 syllabus and exam

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History 325: U.S. Foreign Relations to 1914 - Fall 2009 310 Bessey Hall, Tu/Th 12:40-2:00 Instructor: Malcolm D. Magee Mailbox: 301 Morrill Hall, Office: 114B Morrill Hall, Office Hours: Tue. 2:30-4:00 and by appointment. Course Website: Course Objectives: This course will provide students an overview of American foreign relations from the colonial time to the beginning of World War One, from Benjamin Franklin to Woodrow Wilson. It will also provide the tools to think critically about that history. This is a 300 level course and thus presumes that students are familiar with the general narrative of American history during this time period (1750-1914). Students taking this course are responsible for acquainting themselves with the general chronology if they have not previously taken a U.S. history survey course. By the end of this course you should be familiar with the major issues and contradictions in US foreign policy and be better equipped to think critically about those issues. Note on critical use of evidence:
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This note was uploaded on 12/19/2009 for the course HIST 325 taught by Professor Magee during the Fall '09 term at Michigan State University.

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syllabus 2009 - HST 325 syllabus and exam

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