AP US History Period 7: The United States on the Brink of War

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In this lesson, students will analyze various sources that examines the gradual change in United States’ foreign policy from the post-First World War era to the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941. By the end of the lesson, students will understand events can dictate a president’s actions and that despite our nation’s policy was isolationism, entry into the Second World War was inevitable due to political, social, economic and military reasons. A new DBQ rubric (2015) is attached for grading purposes.
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AP US History Period 7:  The United States on the Brink of War
AP US History Period 7:  The United States on the Brink of War
AP US History Period 7:  The United States on the Brink of War
AP US History Period 7:  The United States on the Brink of War