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Tuesday, March 7

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    Supporting Links:
    Tarvon Martin Stand Your Ground Laws
    Stand Your Ground Laws .. Defined
    Criminal Insanity: Andrea Yates
    The Dr. Death Case
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Thursday, February 2

Sunday, January 8

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    Part I: Chapter 13 A World In Flames
    Unit Overview:
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Sunday, November 13

  1. page Unit 4 The Legislative Branch edited Unit Unit 4: The Legislative Branch Chapters BranchChapters 5, 6 Unit Overview: OK every…

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    OK everybody sing "I'm just a bill , yes I'm only a bill and I'm sitting her on capitol hill." How does Mr. Bill become a law? Yes it does take a long time, and yes very few bills become laws but why? Why is it such a complicated process? Who is involved? Why is compromise such an important part of the process? We will about all of this as well as the other key powers of the legislative branch.
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    Open Secrets .Org
    Supporting Videos:
    Crash Course : Introduction to Congress
    PBS Frontline: Big Sky / Big Money
    Mid Term Election
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Wednesday, October 19

  1. page Unit 6 The Jazz Age edited Unit Unit 3: The Roaring Twenties Chapter TwentiesChapter 10 Unit Overview: During the &…

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    During the "Roaring Twenties" most Americans sought to escape the horrors of WWI and its aftermath in Europe. An economic downturn early in decade led to a distrust of the laboring class and the spread of the "Red Scare;" the fear that a Communist revolution would spread out of Russia and to the United States. But as the economy stabilized, America experienced a period of great economic prosperity. With new found wealth, people, particularly the young, began to challenge the traditional morals of society; and in turn, conservatives Americans began to distrust the "flappers, " as much as along with the laboring immigrants class. America on the surface looked prosperous and healthy; but by the end of the decade, this facade of wealth began to crumble and plunged America, as well as the rest of the world, into the Great Depression.
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    Flappers
    The Charleston: .... A How to Guide.... Now you try!
    The Rise of Fundamentalism
    Scoopes Monkey Trial
    The Trial of Sacco and Vanzetti
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  2. page APUSH Period 7, Part 1 1890-1929 Birth of the American Century edited ... The Red Scare and Prohibition 1920's Lecture The Rise of Fundamentalism The Century: Ame…
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    The Red Scare and Prohibition
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    The Rise of Fundamentalism
    The Century: America 1920-1929: Boom to Bust
    The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross 1896-1940
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Tuesday, September 20

  1. page APUSH Period 3 1754-1800 Revolution and Independence edited ... John and Abigail Adams Letters During the American Revolution, Prof. Joseph Ellis, Univ. of Ma…
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    John and Abigail Adams Letters During the American Revolution, Prof. Joseph Ellis, Univ. of Mass Pt 1\
    John and Abigail, part 2 : Prof. Joseph Ellis Univ. of Mass.
    George Washington's Presidency, Prof. Kerry Irish, George Fox, University
    Constitutional Convention of 1787 Professor Jack Rakove, Stanford Univ.
    Alexander Hamilton and the Early Republic Professor Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman, San Diego State Univ.
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    7:08 pm
  2. page APUSH Period 3 1754-1800 Revolution and Independence edited ... The French in Colonial North America (Seven Years War) Brett Rushforth, College of William and…
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    The French in Colonial North America (Seven Years War) Brett Rushforth, College of William and Mary
    Enlightenment Era in America: Prof. Andrew Burstein, Louisiana State Univ.
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    Mass Pt 1Constitutional Convention of 1787 Professor Jack Rakove, Stanford Univ. 1\
    John and Abigail, part 2 : Prof. Joseph Ellis Univ. of Mass.
    Constitutional Convention of 1787 Professor Jack Rakove, Stanford Univ.
    Alexander Hamilton and the Early Republic Professor Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman, San Diego State Univ.
    Native American History, Prof. Colin Calloway, Dartmouth College
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