Pretty easy, overall.
I thought that Dr. Endy was humorous and cared about his student's success, although I wish he would have given traditional lectures more than showing primary and secondary sources on powerpoints. As a result of his teaching style, I did not learn much about the world wars or movements throughout the country besides Civil Rights and socialism.
We learned a lot about socialism and feminism in the 20s-40s, which was interesting. For homework Dr. Endy would post "class preps" online which entailed reading a primary or secondary source and then answering analysis questions. These were the only sources we were allowed to use for his papers, so be sure to hold on to them.
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Advice for students:
Hold on to your class preps and put some effort into them; if you do the essays will write themselves.