This class was tough.
Especially during this intense political climate, this course allows students to understand the foundation of the Unites States of America, particularly its importance in foreign affairs, along with domestic affair emergence.
Thorough understandings of the evolution of American politics and culture, beginning with misconceptions of the "discovery" of America, significantly the Constitutional Convention, rise of political parties, all the way up to the Obama administration.
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Advice for students:
Specifically take key notes, for example, flashcards, always be alert in class (obviously), and most importantly, only take this course if you are interested in learning American history, not only for college credit.