Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This professor is intelligent and splendid while teaching history through his original text (that you can find at the library in circulation for free) as well as a textbook. There were no exams, only papers. So if you are a good writer, this class is cake! LeVine brings life, artifacts, and interest into American Civ that is absolutely captivating. He also teaches a few other courses that I would recommend just because he is an amazing professor.
We learned about Columbus, the American Revolution, the Constitution, Boone and pioneer life, Native American life, revolutionist versus wealthy class life during the rise of the civil war, slavery, Abraham Lincoln, and so many other intriguing stories. Ones that a regular professor would not even think to teach, which distinguishes him from all. Such as the stories of North American Phalanxes, or a poor man in the midst of all the rich an political.
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This was a Winterm course, 10 days, so the work was vigorous. But I managed to receive an A in this class as well as two others. If you do the work, you will get the A, LeVine does a great job outlining what he asks of you also! Reading and writing are the two skills that favor this class and professor.