analyze historical eras to determine relationships (e.g., cause/effect, connections, and patterns) between eras.
Causation-Analyze significant turning points in history to assess multiple long-term and short-term causes and effects.
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evaluate the effects of turning points and how they lead to change or continuity.
compare the importance of turning points related to causality.
evaluate the causes of turning points and how they lead to change or continuity.
Explain the causes and effects of World War I on South Carolina and the United States.