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Civics and Economics in US History
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Civics and Economics in US History


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Grade Level Grades 7-8
Resource Type Lesson Plan

About This Lesson

From its founding, the United States has been influenced by principles of civics and economics. Decisions about citizenship, distribution of power, and access to rights helped shape the country’s government. Similarly, decisions about the production of goods and services, money, and trade helped shape the country’s economy.

Civics and Economics in U.S. History Student Volume contains eleven chapters (six in Civics in U.S. History, five in Economics in U.S. History). The Student Volume provides traditional narrative text and high-quality images that recount important concepts in civics and economics and related events in U.S. history.


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