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Great Questions of History

Great Questions of History The site offers 21 excellent questions to gauge the sentiments of Americans. Questions such as "Was the Civil War unavoidable?" and "Does FDR deserve credit for ending the Depression?" will provide mind-stimulating classroom discussions and spur students to examine well-known
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Great Questions of History


The site offers 21 excellent questions to gauge the sentiments of Americans. Questions such as "Was the Civil War unavoidable?" and "Does FDR deserve credit for ending the Depression?" will provide mind-stimulating classroom discussions and spur students to examine well-known tenets of American History for their validity. Students can vote yes or no and see the results of other voters. There are also primary documents which showcase autographs of many of the famous people discussed.

Steven S. Raab

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• High School Middle School

Nancy Pilder

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