The Great Depression: America from the Great Crash to Pearl Harbor

HIST 481 (3)

The Great Depression caused chaos and struggle for millions of Americans; it was the worst economic downturn in American history (and in the industrialized world). In addition to the drama that people faced in their daily lives, this course covers economic theory to better understand America’s declining standard of living and the economic and political reform of the era. Prerequisites: 9 credit hours in HIST and at least third-year standing.
Course Code: HIST 481 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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