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Hillsdale College Presents FREE "American Heritage" Online Course

This free, ten-week, not-for-credit online course will cover topics including the development of the idea of natural rights during the late colonial period; the American Revolution, the framing of the Constitution, and the rise of political parties; the crisis of the Union and the Civil War; the growth of the United States into an industrial and global power, World Wars I and II, and the Cold War; and the rise of Progressivism and the reaction against it signaled by the election of Ronald Reagan. Lectures are delivered and Q&A sessions conducted by members of Hillsdale's history department faculty, and readings are drawn from the American Heritage Reader used in the American Heritage core course taught on Hillsdale's campus.


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deacon's picture

having gone to hillsdale high

and seeing i get their newsletters,it's truly a taste of home ;)

Leave an indelible mark on all of those that you meet.
OH... have fun day :)


Hillsdale, eh? I went to Trine. Our finance professor is actually pretty pro-Austrian. Anyway, I'll have to check out that course. Get me a little refresher and maybe another perspective.

Go through the course.

It's free. THEN make a determination of whether it is worthwhile.

"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul

jrd3820's picture

Going through Tom Woods

And Ayn Rand institute courses and lectures right now, but I will bookmark this. Thanks PAF, the more you learn the better.

Crisis of the Union?

I believe I'll pass.

I stopped reading Imprimis long ago, too much neo-con claptrap mixed in with the occasional salient article.