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AM 368 - 1960s


Credits: 4
A consideration of the major events of the 1960s, including the New Frontier, the Cuban missile crisis, the assassination of John F. Kennedy, the war in Vietnam, the civil rights movement, the sexual and gender revolutions, the rise of rock and roll, the counterculture, the moon landing and other landmarks of the decade. The course considers not only what happened during those climactic years, but why such events were so important to American development, and how perceptions about the 1960s have changed over time.
Note(s): 300-level courses in American Studies are not ordinarily open to first-year students except by permission of the instructor. (Fulfills humanistic inquiry.)
G. Pfitzer



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