The Rise of Sectionalism: Debating Antebellum Economic Policy

The Rise of Sectionalism: Debating Antebellum Economic Policy
The Rise of Sectionalism: Debating Antebellum Economic Policy
The Rise of Sectionalism: Debating Antebellum Economic Policy
The Rise of Sectionalism: Debating Antebellum Economic Policy
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Engage your students in discovering how national economic policy during the Antebellum era created further division between the North and South. Using content-rich issue case studies, students explore how the North and South contrasted in their views on the issues of: (1) internal improvements; (2) tariffs; (3) National Bank; and (4) a homestead policy. Students examine the contrasting perspectives to learn how each side justified their support/opposition and how these issues either furthered or hindered their economic vision.
This activity includes a teacher lesson plan, student data retrieval chart, four in-depth case studies, and an exit ticket to assess individual student knowledge.

Looking for more lessons and activities with the Antebellum Era and causes of the Civil War? Check out "Why did Slavey Cause the Civil War? A Congressional Hearing Simulation" or "Interactive Timeline of the Causes of the Civil War."
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The Rise of Sectionalism: Debating Antebellum Economic Policy
The Rise of Sectionalism: Debating Antebellum Economic Policy
The Rise of Sectionalism: Debating Antebellum Economic Policy
The Rise of Sectionalism: Debating Antebellum Economic Policy
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