Cold War America – 1945-1990

Alan Sennett

This course examines key aspects of American history during the Cold War.  We consider the roots of the conflict and chart its course in relation to foreign policy, the wars in Korea and Vietnam and domestic ramifications such as McCarthyism.  We will also look at the Civil Rights Movement and other socio-economic changes in America in the second half of the 20th century.

Day: Tuesdays     Time: 10.00-12.00

10 weeks, starting 8thJanuary 2019*

*Note that there will be no class on 22ndJanuary because there is an O&A AGM taking place in the hall.

Venue:
Union Chapel,
Wellington Road,
Fallowfield,
Manchester M14 6EQ

PriceConcessionsMinimum No.Maximum No.
£601220

To reserve a place please contactAlan Sennett, Flat 5, 36 Oak Road, Withington, Manchester M20 3DA
email: a.sennett@open.ac.uk Tel: 0161 438 0309



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