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Special Double Issue: Women’s History and History of the 70s

the 1970s-a special section

What Should our Students Know About Vietnam?,
by George Burson
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The 1920s and 1970s: Introducing Comparative History into the Classroom,
by Stephen Kneeshaw
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In Search of the Seventies,
by Diane Johnson
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Jimmy Carter: Beyond the Current Myths,
by Leo R. Ribuffo
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women’s history-a special section

How to Teach Controversial Constitutional Issues Facing Women,
by Mary Frances Berry
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Using Resources to Teach Women’s History,
by Molly Murphy MacGregor
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Teaching About Rosie the Riveter: The Role of Women During World War II,
by Karen Anderson
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from the editor

A New United States History,
by George Burson
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dialogue

Teaching Freedom,
by Dennis Shirley
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studentspeak

Changing Impressions of American History,
by Elizabeth C. Rudin
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Tariffs,
by Elizabeth C. Rudin and Margaret M. Tamulanis
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on teaching

When You&8217;re Absent: Preparing for the Substitute,
by Brian A. Fox
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historiography

American Women’s History During the 1970s,
by Hugh Davis Graham
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national history day

Choosing a Topic for National History Day,
by Cathy Gorn
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lesson plans

Using Oral History to Teach the Vietnam War,
by George Burson
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Can and Event Affect Attitudes?,
by Diane Johnson
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Comparative History in the Classroom: A Lesson Plan,
by Stephen Kneeshaw
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The Political is Personal: A Sample Activity,
by Molly Murphy MacGregor
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Nimble Fingers: From 19th Century New England Mills to 20th Century Global Assembly Lines,
by Lyn Reese
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Giving Women the Vote: Using Primary Source Documents to Teach About the Fight for Women’s Suffrage,
by Margaret A. Jacobsen
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The Women’s Rights Convention at Seneca Falls: A Lesson Plan
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educational resources

ERIC Resources for Teaching about the Seventies and Women,
by Cheryl Cohen and David Seiter
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announcements

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