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Spring 2006 Course

"Revolutionary and Early National America, 1763-1832"
Taught by Dr. Charlotte Haller of Worcester State College and Dr. John McClymer of Assumption College

This course covered the political and intellectual origins of America, the Revolution and the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the Federalist Papers, the formation and framework of the American democracy, political democratization, and the diplomatic developments of westward expansion.

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Dr. John McClymer's course syllabus

For more informtaion, please contact Amy Sopcak at (508) 471-2129 or asopcak[at]mwa.org.

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