Fall 2007 not offered
The New Deal represents an important link between pre-World War I progressive reform politics and the national social welfare policies of the post-World War II era. This seminar will examine the creation of the New Deal Democratic coalition, federal social and economic policies in the 1930s, the effects of state intervention, and resistance to New Deal programs and social agendas. Students will also be asked to consider the relationship between politics and cultural production.
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