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HIST 1121 : The War of Ideas in European and International History, 1750-Present
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The War of Ideas in European and International History, 1750-Present
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The ideas that made people fight, from the French Revolution to the worldwide uprisings of the 1960s and beyond. Key texts whose ideas of freedom and slavery, tradition and progress, state authority and revolutionary violence changed the world. The political, economic, and social contexts and effects of these texts.
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Gen Ed: Humanities
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ESIA-RegFound Euro (2010)
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