Richard Abrams

Professor of the Graduate School, Department of History
Dept of History
(510) 527-0462
(510) 528 6020
Research Expertise and Interest
politics, recent U.S. history: business foreign relations, etc.
Research Description

In addition to recent U.S. history, I lecture frequently on the history of world industrialization. My most recent publication: America Transformed: Sixty Years of Revolutionary Change, 1941-2001 (Cambridge U. Press, 2006)-- covers culture,business, racial and gender relations, the demise of personal privacy, the collapse of the liberal Democratic coalition, and the rise of modern conservatism.

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