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American Government

  • Suite on Women in Government and Politics by Kathleen Dolan, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
    • Reading: Women and the US Constitution
    • Reading: Women’s Representation in the American States
    • Reading: Gender in American Elections
    • Reading: The Conservative Women’s Movement
    • Reading: DWomen in Congress make a Difference?
    • Activity: Women and the Presidency
    • Activity: Women and the Courts
    • Activity: The Impact of Domestic Policy Decisions on Women’s Lives
    • Suite on California Government by Kim Nalder, California State University, Sacramento
    • Reading: Introduction
    • Reading: The Structure of California Government
    • Reading: Direct Democracy and Governability of California
    • Reading: California Voters: Knowledge, Misinformation, Consequences
    • Reading: Campaigns and Elections in California
    • Activity: Six Californias
    • Activity: How will you Balance California?
    • Activity: DCalifornia Legislators look like you?

 

  • Suite on Fake News: A Guide tFake News: Navigating the “Post-Fact” Era by Kim Nalder and Amy Kautzman, California State University, Sacramento
    • Reading: Introduction
    • Reading: Facts, Evidence, Reason: Critical for Democracy
    • Reading: How tSpot Fake News, Hoaxes, and Bad Sources
    • Reading: How tget Accurate Information – Good Research Sources
    • Fake News: Why Does it Matter? by Kim Nalder, California State University, Sacramento
    • Reading: Fake News: Trust, Misinformation, Press Legitimacy, and Democracy
    • Suite on Riding the Donkey from Jefferson tObama by Frank Gorgie, Santa Monica
    • College
    • Reading: Introduction
    • Reading: The Beginnings, 1800-1859
    • Reading: The Middle Years, 1860-1944
    • Reading: Modern Times, 1945-present

 

  • Suite on The Grand Old Party and its Ideologies by Frank Gorgie, Santa Monica College
    • Reading: Introduction
    • Reading: The Republican Party from 1860s t1932
    • The GOP and Their Fight Against the New Deal Legislation, 1932-1990s
    • The GOP and the Neo-Cons, 2000-present
    • TEA Party by Frank Gorgie, Santa Monica College
    • Reading: TEA Party: Tree of Liberty or Alt Right Tyranny

 

  • Suite: A Brief Introduction tFlorida Government by John J. Bertalan, University of South Florida

Individual Readings:

    • Rank Choice Vote! A New Electoral Reform System Used in our Cities by Anita
    • Chadha, University of Houston-Downtown
    • The Unique Characteristics of the 2016 Presidential Election by Terri Susan Fine,
    • University of Central Florida
    • Why are There Midterm Elections? by Terri Susan Fine, University of Central
    • Florida
    • Florida’s Constitutional Amendment Process in Historical Context by Terri Susan
    • Fine, University of Central Florida
    • Psychological Barriers tVoting by Terri Susan Fine, University of Central
    • Florida
    • The Contested 2000 Presidential Election: What happened in Florida by Terri
    • Fine
    • Water in the West by Theodore Strathman, California State University of San
    • Marcos
    • Dollar Democracy and the Disappearing Middle Class by Peter Mathews,
    • Cypress College

American History

American History, 1450-1877

  • Suite on the US Military Occupation of Matamores, Mexico, 1846-1848 by James W. Mills, The University of Texas Rio Grande
    • Reading: Occupying Matamores
    • Reading: The long Occupation
    • Reading: The end of Occupation/
  • Individual Readings and Activities:
    • Reading: William Lloyd Garrison and The Liberator by Ron Marinucci, Mott Community College
    • Reading: President Abraham Lincoln and the Emancipation Proclamation, 1862 by Ron Marinucci, Mott Community College
    • Reading: Irregulators: Guerilla and Ranchero Warfare in South Texas and Northern Mexico during the Mexican-American War by James W. Mills, the University of Texas Rio Grande
    • Reading: East Tennessee Bridge Burning, 1861 by Melanie Storie, East Tennessee State University
    • Reading: Civil War Among Us: The Tennessee Secession Crisis by Melanie Storie, East Tennessee State University
    • The Last of the Confederacy in Louisiana, 1864-1865 by Michael Mumaugh, Louisiana State University-Alexandria
    • Activity: African and African American Music by Tatiana Irwin, San Mateo Community College

 

American History, 1877-present

  • Suite on First Ladies by Katherine A. S. Sibley, St. Joseph’s University
    • Reading: Introduction
    • Reading: From the Victorian Age of Reform, 1901-1945
    • Reading: Tradition and Transformation in Mid-Century: 1945-1977
    • Reading: First Ladies as First Partners: Advocates and Activists
  • Individual Readings and Activities:
    • Reading: Black Feminism by Caryn E. Neuman, Miami University of Ohio Regional Campuses
    • Reading: Christian Feminism: Church Women United in the 1960s by Caryn E. Neuman, Miami University of Ohio Regional Campuses
    • Reading: The American Nurses Association Embraces Feminism by Caryn E. Neuman, Miami University of Ohio Regional Campuses
    • Reading: Public Woman, Local Library: The Founding of the Campbell Free Library, 1905-1923 by Tatiana Irwin, San Mateo Community College
    • Reading: The Radicalization of Feminism by Kelly Smith, Stetson University
    • The Forgotten Woman of the West, 1860-1900 by Kelly Smith, Stetson University
    • The New Woman, 1860-1920 by Kelly Smith, Stetson University
    • Reading: Native American Termination, Relocation, Activism in the Post-War Years by Matthew Garrett, Bakersfield College
    • Reading: The Era of Red Power, 1960s-1970s by Matthew Garrett, Bakersfield College
    • Reading: Japanese and US Exchange of Civilians during World War II (1942-1943) by P. Scott Corbett, California State University, Channel Island
    • Reading: The Nation of Islam’s Economic Program Under the Leadership of Elijah Muhammad, 1934-1974 by Nafessa Muhammad, Spelman College
    • Reading: Air Pollution for Profit: How the Lack of Environmental Regulations Endangers our Health by Peter Mathews, Cypress College
    • Reading: Decreasing Youth Violence in Juvenile Facilities by Ginger Silvera, Zayed University, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    • Activity: Ethnic Manifestos, 1966-1972 by Matthew Garrett, Bakersfield College

World History

World History to 1500

  • Reading: Genghis Khan and the Horse Culture by P. Scott Corbett, California State University, Channel Islands

World History 1500-present

  • Suite on Brexit: The Vote for the United Kingdom to Leave the European Nation by Allen K. Settle, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
    • Reading: The British Exit (Brexit) and the Vote
    • Reading: After Brexit
    • Reading: Consequences for England in Europe and the World
  • Individual Readings:
    • Reading: Modernism and its Exemplars by Katherine A.S. Sibley, St. Joseph’s University
    • Reading: Civilizing Warfare and the Geneva Convention of 1929, P. Scott Corbett, California State University, Channel Island

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