THE REVOLUTIONARY ERA AND EARLY NATIONAL PERIOD

An examination of the causes of the American Revolution and the development of politics and society during the early Republic. Major topics include the development of political parties, the shift from Jeffersonian to Jacksonian democracy, the burgeoning reform movements, and the status of the yeoman farmer and his family in both northern and southern societies. Prerequisite: minimum sophomore standing or instructor permission.

Credits: 
3
Program Code: 
HIST
Course Number: 
333
Academic Program(s): 
History Program