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AMST 780 01 (22163) /HIST734
Class and Capitalism in Twentieth-Century United States
Jennifer Klein
Th 1.30-3.20 HGS 117
Spring 2016 
 
Reading course on class formation, labor, and political economy in the twentieth-century United States; how regionalism, race, and class power shaped development of American capitalism. The course reconsiders the relationships between economic structure and American politics and political ideologies, and between global and domestic political economy. Readings include primary texts and secondary literature (social, intellectual, and political history; geography).