Were Economic Differences Responsible for Sectional Disagreements? Docs/Qs

Were Economic Differences Responsible for Sectional Disagreements? Docs/Qs
Were Economic Differences Responsible for Sectional Disagreements? Docs/Qs
Were Economic Differences Responsible for Sectional Disagreements? Docs/Qs
Were Economic Differences Responsible for Sectional Disagreements? Docs/Qs
Were Economic Differences Responsible for Sectional Disagreements? Docs/Qs
Were Economic Differences Responsible for Sectional Disagreements? Docs/Qs
Were Economic Differences Responsible for Sectional Disagreements? Docs/Qs
Were Economic Differences Responsible for Sectional Disagreements? Docs/Qs
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Were Economic Differences Responsible for Sectional Disagreements? Documents with Questions

Series of 13 primary source documents designed to help students address the above questions. The documents are written by some of the most important figures in antebellum America – Jackson, Clay, Calhoun, Davis, Seward. The documents are followed by 10 analysis/critical thinking questions perfect for class discussion and a deeper understanding of the issues responsible for the rise of sectionalism.

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