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Too Much Government? Miller Center/ABC News Great American Debate

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By Syd Golston, Phoenix Union High School District, Phoenix, Ariz. Subject(s) Civics, History, Economics, Speech and Debate Estimated Time Two days, including homework beforehand Grade…read more

Government & Civics
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Slavery by the Numbers

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By Thomas Thurston, Yale University Subjects U.S. History, Social Studies, Geography Estimated Time Two to three class periods Grade Level 9 – 12 Objective Students…read more

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Patchwork Nation: Analysis of Minority Central

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By Daniella K. Garran, Marston Mills, Mass. Subject(s) Social Studies, U.S. Government, U.S. History, Civics, Current Events Estimated Time: Three to four 45- or 60…read more

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The Dilemma of Protecting Free Speech

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By Greg Timmons Subject(s) Social Studies, U.S. Government, civics, current events Estimated Time Activity 1: First Amendment Scenarios – ½ class period Activity 2: Video…read more

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Checks and Balances in Supreme Court Nominations

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By Greg Timmons, teacher and Executive Director of The Constitution Project in Portland, Oregon Subject(s) Civics, Current Events, Government, Social Studies Estimated Time: Two to three…read more

Government & Civics

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