HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE MAKINGDownload
Primary source documents and visuals accompany five lessons on how people in two societies began revolutions to secure basic rights. Lesson topics: nature of rights and who should have them, how citizens’ rights in France replaced the rights of kings, Jews but not women gain rights in French Revolution, slaves in Haiti win freedom and independence, and shifts in Western views of rights, 1215–1948.
This title is part of the series: HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE MAKING
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National Center for History in the Schools