The United States, 1865-1917-Industrialism and Its Response
0.5 Credit

An examination of post-Civil War economic expansion and the changes it wrought in American society. The course covers the creation of the United States industrial and transportation networks and the development of large-scale entrepreneurial capitalism. It also examines Americans' response to these phenomena, with particular emphasis on the adjustments they made to traditional social, political and economic attitudes.

Additional Course Information
HI484 ad HI684