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HIST 289R Pocketbook Politics: A History of American Buying and Selling

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    Sep 19, 2017
    | Would recommend.

    Pretty easy, overall.

    Course Overview:

    I would recommend as the professor is very enthusiastic and very open to offering help, if anything she prefers it and would give you the answers to exams straight away if she could. For an i-series it is definitely one of the more painless classes and most of it is material you should probably already know in a general sense. Discussions are easy especially if you read, or you can just read during the discussion and try to chip in where you can for points. Two very short essays, a debate and one final exam that are all very simple and shouldn't give you much difficulty unless you really don't try.

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    I learned how to read effectively more than anything else, and there is not a whole lot of reading to begin with. I also picked up some fun fact information about consumerism that I could use to supplement my business knowledge. Just PAY ATTENTION and you will gain some useful insights that will at least make you seem interesting.

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    0-2 hours

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    The final exam study guide is all you need. Do not wait to write the short essays and ask for help whenever you need it. Try to see the professor rather than your TA if you can help it.

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