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    Dec 06, 2016
    | Would recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    To know our Nations history is critical to civilization. When you understand what mistakes we have made as a nation that has severe repercussions, for example war, poverty, and segregation, you realize we can't let history repeat its self. We have to be kinder to one another and work together for the better of humanity!

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    I enjoyed learning the history of our nation! I understand the privilege to have rights and be treated with respect. I think women were disappointed back in the 1920's about how they were treated politicly, and we still are frustrated today with women's equality. Although we have come a long way regarding women in political office, we have not and I don't know if we will ever achieve equal political standing with men. It has more to do with the way that the people stereotype women as inadequate or emotional. My generation of women can show that we can achieve anything we put our minds too!

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    12+ hours

    Advice for students:

    If I were to give advice to a student about the History since 1945 course, it would be to study your course book. Take notes and enjoy your learning process the events you're learning about is our nation's history! What our fathers and grandfathers had to go thought to make our country what it is today! After this class, you will not take your freedom for granted!

    • Fall 2016
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