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|ECO 418 - Economic History of the United States|
History of the evolution of the economic development of the United States, from colonial beginnings to the present. This course emphasizes industrial capitalism since the Civil War and the major sources and factors that have contributed to building the economy of the world's largest and most prosperous nation, along with the problems of trade deficits, internal consumerism, and unequal distribution of income. The Depression and the New Deal, the world wars, inflation and unemployment, and problems of global changes are featured subjects.
3.000 Credit hours
Levels: Doctoral - Springfield, Graduate - Springfield, Undergrad - Springfield
Schedule Types: Lecture-Discussion, Online
Must be enrolled in one of the following Campuses:
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