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  • To teach students about the capacity to reason reflectively and constructively concerning the problems of man and his world.
  • To provide students with opportunities to aquire depth and precision of understanding in handling concepts and ideas rather than adding to the store of facts.
  • To teach respect for facts, open-mindedness, and participation in group action of a kind that reflects a desire on the part of the participant to seek solutions to social problems.
  • To understand the broad sweep of both ancient and contemporary ideas that have shaped our world.
  • To grasp the difference between free and repressive societies.
The Faculty
Carl Butler M.A., History
Judy Morris M.S., History
Chuck Yarborough M.A., History
Course-Related Sites
  Mississippi Crossroads
  Depression Day
  Tales from the Crypt
  20's and 40's Dance
  Coalition of Independent Activists (CIA)
  Young Democrats