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Senior Seminar: The Red Scare vs. the Cold War Anthropology/Sociology 409
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Francisconi, Michael. 2010. “Senior Seminar: The Red Scare Vs. The Cold War Anthropology/Sociology 409”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


This class will carefully examine the Red Scare during and following WW I (1917 – 1921). With the Cold War following WW II (1945- 1965) Specific issues like civil liberties, national security, radical sub-culture, popular political culture, and economic and political elites.

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Marxist Sociology
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College 300

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