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Always Do the Reading
Meetings Outside of Class
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I recommend this class for out of the box thinkers and those who are tired of hearing the same course of history again and again. Paired with Kautschs English class, you get a much broader view on diversity and intersectionality.
This course beautiful displays multiple points of view to the history of the United States. Of course you will hear the one so commonly told but you'll also here the Native American side, the Latino/Chicano side, the African American side of things. This gives you a much broader view on the workd and really shapes how you perceive people in general outside of the class room
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Advice for students:
Read your Zinn book and answer your questions thoroughly! Todd uses the Howard Zinn book in the place of an average textbook and you'll gain a lot of insight by reading it. Also, Todd splits the questions from the book up into groups so there should be less work. However if you fail to answer your questions completely or correctly, the whole class will have to suffer through them.