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World War I: US Restrictions on Civil Liberties - the War at Home

World War I: US Restrictions on Civil Liberties - the War at Home
World War I: US Restrictions on Civil Liberties - the War at Home
World War I: US Restrictions on Civil Liberties - the War at Home
World War I: US Restrictions on Civil Liberties - the War at Home
World War I: US Restrictions on Civil Liberties - the War at Home
World War I: US Restrictions on Civil Liberties - the War at Home
World War I: US Restrictions on Civil Liberties - the War at Home
World War I: US Restrictions on Civil Liberties - the War at Home
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World War I: US Restrictions on Civil Liberties - the War at Home
this lesson contains graphic organizers and documents used to help students determine whether or not the Federal government was right / had the right to restrict Civil Liberties during Wartime

Events and documents include:
Propaganda posters of the era, Schenck v. United States , Espionage Act of 1917, and asks students to analyze President Wilson's reaction
Total Pages
5 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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