CASES AND CONTROVERSIES IN U.S. HISTORYDownload
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Designed to familiarize classes with primary source material and stimulate lively discussion, the 50 case studies in this reproducible book encourage students to get the facts, form opinions, then compare their decisions with what really happened.
From speculation about 11th-century Viking settlements to the Clarence Thomas hearings, each case comes with teaching notes, background information, a source document excerpt, and questions to guide reading and thinking. Issues include women’s rights, treatment of Native Americans, segregation, McCarthyism, Watergate, women in combat, and many others.
This title is part of the series: CASES AND CONTROVERSIES IN U.S. HISTORY
8½" x 11"
J. Weston Walch