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    Dec 11, 2017
    | Would highly recommend.

    Pretty easy, overall.

    Course Overview:

    I would recommend this course because it gives great details about the history of our country. This course breaks down the reconstruction act, the great depression, abolishing slavery, African-Americans right to vote, 13th and 14th amendment, and share cropping. That's just the beginning of this course. It's so much information to be learned about our country.

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    The highlights of this course are African-Americans right to vote, share cropping, and the end to slavery. African-Americans had to take literacy test, grandfarther clauses, and poll tax in order to vote. African-Americans didn't have money to buy land so they grew crop and gave a percentage of the crop to the owner of the land to live on the land. The 13th amendment ended slavery.

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    3-5 hours

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    Always be in attendance to get information needed to study for test. Always participate and get involve with the class, I personally think you'll learn more that way. As the instructor teach through each chapter make a study guide.

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