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David Hoogland Noon

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Podcasts of United States History, 1865-Present

Course taught by David H. Noon
University of Alaska Southeast

Latest Episodes

1970s

More than disco. Lecture covers the political transformations leading to the rise of the New Right; Carter presidency; and the Iranian hostage crisis.

87 MIN2007 APR 27
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1970s

Vietnam War (part II)

Destroy the country in order to save it.

29 MIN2007 APR 24
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Vietnam War (part II)

Vietnam War (part I)

Not a good war.

85 MIN2007 APR 21
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Vietnam War (part I)

Civil Rights II

Direct action and other new tactics for the civil rights campaigns.

79 MIN2007 APR 18
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Civil Rights II

Cold War

Long time, no see. I was out of town last week and had to record this lecture in my elaborate home studio. For some reason I was having trouble loading the audio to the server, which explains the delay. This lecture covers the early years of the Cold War -- the doctrine of containment, the increasingly tense rivalry between the US and the Soviet Union, and the Korean War are among the topics examined . . .

33 MIN2007 APR 2
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Cold War

World War II, part II

The rest of the story. In this lecture, we consider the meaning of World War II on the home front and look at the escalating violence that marked the final year of the war.

83 MIN2007 MAR 24
Comments
World War II, part II

World War II, part I

Back from break. This lecture addresses the origins of the second World War and examines the factors that led to US entry into the war.

26 MIN2007 MAR 24
Comments
World War II, part I

Great Depression (Part I)

Brother, Can you Spare a Dime? Lecture covers the origins of the Great Depression, the consequences for different groups of Americans, and the political outcomes for Hoover and Roosevelt.

29 MIN2007 MAR 9
Comments
Great Depression (Part I)

1920s (politics and economics)

Not always so jazzy. Lecture covers the debates about the League of Nations, global influence of the US during the 1920s -- politically, economically, militarily -- as well as the reactions against immigration during the post-WWI era.

40 MIN2007 MAR 2
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1920s (politics and economics)

World War I (part 2)

Over there. This lecture continues with the "framing" of the war; addresses the federal management of the war effort; and looks at how the war opened up discussions about national identity and citizenship.

91 MIN2007 FEB 23
Comments
World War I (part 2)

Latest Episodes

1970s

More than disco. Lecture covers the political transformations leading to the rise of the New Right; Carter presidency; and the Iranian hostage crisis.

87 MIN2007 APR 27
Comments
1970s

Vietnam War (part II)

Destroy the country in order to save it.

29 MIN2007 APR 24
Comments
Vietnam War (part II)

Vietnam War (part I)

Not a good war.

85 MIN2007 APR 21
Comments
Vietnam War (part I)

Civil Rights II

Direct action and other new tactics for the civil rights campaigns.

79 MIN2007 APR 18
Comments
Civil Rights II

Cold War

Long time, no see. I was out of town last week and had to record this lecture in my elaborate home studio. For some reason I was having trouble loading the audio to the server, which explains the delay. This lecture covers the early years of the Cold War -- the doctrine of containment, the increasingly tense rivalry between the US and the Soviet Union, and the Korean War are among the topics examined . . .

33 MIN2007 APR 2
Comments
Cold War

World War II, part II

The rest of the story. In this lecture, we consider the meaning of World War II on the home front and look at the escalating violence that marked the final year of the war.

83 MIN2007 MAR 24
Comments
World War II, part II

World War II, part I

Back from break. This lecture addresses the origins of the second World War and examines the factors that led to US entry into the war.

26 MIN2007 MAR 24
Comments
World War II, part I

Great Depression (Part I)

Brother, Can you Spare a Dime? Lecture covers the origins of the Great Depression, the consequences for different groups of Americans, and the political outcomes for Hoover and Roosevelt.

29 MIN2007 MAR 9
Comments
Great Depression (Part I)

1920s (politics and economics)

Not always so jazzy. Lecture covers the debates about the League of Nations, global influence of the US during the 1920s -- politically, economically, militarily -- as well as the reactions against immigration during the post-WWI era.

40 MIN2007 MAR 2
Comments
1920s (politics and economics)

World War I (part 2)

Over there. This lecture continues with the "framing" of the war; addresses the federal management of the war effort; and looks at how the war opened up discussions about national identity and citizenship.

91 MIN2007 FEB 23
Comments
World War I (part 2)
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