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Introduction Chapter 1 America in 1900 Chapter 2 Progressive Era Chapter 3 World War I Chapter 4 Twenties Chapter 5 Great Depression Chapter 6 MIDTERM EXAMINATION: CHAPTERS 1-6 World War II Chapters 7-8 Cold War Chapter 9-10 Sixties Chapter 11-12 Conservative Years Chapter 13-14 Global World Chapters 15 FINAL EXAMINATION: CHAPTERS 7-15
Academic Integrity Policy: Students will be expected to maintain the highest standards of academic honesty. Naturally, no cheating will be tolerated on an examination, and, if discovered, will result in a score of zero. Meanwhile, strong measures will be instituted to make certain that cheating will never occur. DSPS Students: If special accommodations are required for test taking or lecture-note assistance, students must have a staff member from the DSPS office contact the instructor at the beginning of the class. Audio Recorders: Audio recorders are forbidden. However, the instructor reserves the right to grant students permission on a case-by-case basis. Naturally, a suitable arrangement must be worked out with the instructor at the beginning of the course.
Dr. Kolkey’s Syllabus Page 2 Midterm and Final Examinations: Two weeks prior to both the MIDTERM EXAMINATION and the FINAL EXAMINATION, the instructor will provide students...