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August 26, 2008


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Megan MacDonald

I learned today that it would not be a good idea for me to take quantum physics (even though the subject is interesting to me) because I am a History and Economics double major. I was also fascinated that in the year 1000 a single book would have cost the equivalent of a luxury car in today's economy. Lastly, I am very excited for this course because I am double majoring in Economics and American History and hope to write my thesis on something pertaining to both fields. Thus this class is extremely pertinent to my focus and should be very valuable.

Kristy Wen

I really liked the anecdotes you included in the lecture, which made it much more interesting and enjoyable. I was expecting a dry lecture on American Economic History, but thankfully it was anything but.

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