Links from Your Instructor for Part E

 

 

 

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What is self-testing and how can it help you?

 

Tips: What Helps Learning?

 

Seeing How History Changes

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         Without answers for self-testing: Major Issues in Development of the Constitution, including additional information on the Constitution.

         With answers for observing patterns: Issues with details.
Purpose:

         What caused the Constitution to cover what it covers?

         What are the major issues in its design?

 

         Study Tool: Chronological Events of the New Republic
Purpose:

         How was the course of the nation set by early financial policies?

         by the initial organization of government?

         by foreign policy external to the United States?

 

Optional Reference (But Applicable to All of the Remaining Content in the Module):

         Summary of Political Parties 1789-1876

 


 

 

 

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History Dr. Bibus

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Last Updated:

2014

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