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Technology and the Wage Gap

Technology and the Wage Gap. The material from this video was adapted from "Principles of Economics" which is entrusted to the UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA LIBRARIES PUBLISHING EDITION, 2016.…

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Economic Growth - The Power of Sustained Growth Rates

Economic Growth - The Power of Sustained Growth Rates

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A More Perfect Union

HCC History Department presents Dr. David Shi in— " A More Perfect Union: The Dynamics of Race in American History". A specialist in intellectual and cultural history, David is the…

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Immigration and Work in America: A Historical Perspective

Dr. Alan M. Kraut, professor of History and International Service at American University in Washington, D.C, author and editor of nine books, and former chair of the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island…

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Everyman Now Available in Subtitled Version

Everyman, the European theatre phenomenon of the 15th century, finds here a subtitled production that brings to life the theatre of the Middle Ages. Costumes, sets, text, and surround all make this…

From  Donna Pinnick 4 Years ago 0 likes 0  

Roosevelt, Muir, Clio, and Me

Honors College Professor, historian and author, David Wilcox presents an overview of his recently published historical novel "Roosevelt, Muir, Clio, and Me" </br> Roosevelt, Muir,…

From  david.wilcox@hccs.edu 4 Years ago 0 likes 0  

HIST2301 Exam Two General Topics Hints

This recording talks about the General Topics that will show up (chosen randomly) on Exam Two.

From  David White 5 Years ago 0 likes 0  

New Deal Part One

OLD VERSION because the newer one got corrupted; may not sync completely with current PowerPoints

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Progressive Era Part One (OLD VERSION)

(part one) The 2013 version of this discussion is lost. Here is the older version from 2011. The Powerpoints you have may not line up with this version., but the discussion itself is still very…

From  David White 5 Years ago 0 likes 0