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The United States since 9/11

Look at our modern political, social, and cultural history across the last two decades as an award-winning professor of American history unpacks the 21st century in this update to A History of the United States.


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i********t
July 2, 2019
I have followed Patrick Allitt all through the end of the long, 84 lecture course on American history; he has even restored me some optimism, desperately needed. This brief addendum, tackling the most contemporary, and therefore controversial of history, can hardly be comprehensive. But I reluctantly note that Columbine, and the rise of mass random shootings, ought probably be mentioned.

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e********t
April 21, 2019

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d********m
March 5, 2019
Very good view from a great historian on the changes to the US since 9/11.

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