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USAF aircraft fly over retreating Iraqi forces in Kuwait during Operation Desert Storm, a display of United States military power.

Welcome!  This guide is designed to help you, the student, in finding resources for your research paper on United States history, 1919-2000.  Included in this guide are many primary resources, many available online. If you need any assistance in using these resources, or need help in finding other resources, please stop by the Reference desk in the library.


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Course Description

This course provides an in-depth look at recent United States history from the end of the First World War through the Clinton years, concentrating on the major themes and events of the twentieth century, when the United States became the world's dominant economic and military power. The impact of this global reach on the peoples of the United States is the major concern of the course. Grade of C required for history majors.