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*[[American History Lecture Eight|Lecture Eight]] (about 3,700 words)
 
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A concise full-year American history textbook[1] contains about 200,000 words; our lectures for this course in lieu of a textbook will total about 100,000 words.

References

  1. See, e.g., Allan Nevins and Henry Steele Commager. A Short History of the United States (1952 5th Ed. 1966: Alfred A. Knopf) [1].