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Connecting the past to the present is vital both as a skill and as a mindset. This course examines the story of the United States through a thematic approach that emphasizes not only America through its own view, but also its role in a more globalized world. Students explore themes like immigration, race relations, the role of government, competing political philosophies, and the idea of the American Dream all while highlighting how America weaves its own story with countless others from around the world.

Through the examination of primary and secondary sources, students enhance their knowledge and understanding of the events and people that have shaped this nation. Students develop their reading, writing, and critical thinking skills, as well as their ability to look at the world through the lens of a historian.

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