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Standard USG.1.ER

USG.1.ER Analyze the philosophical influences on core political principles in the American constitutional democracy.

Grade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12

Subject(s): Social Studies

Year: 2020

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Ancient Rome, Part I | History In A Nutshell
Ancient Rome, Part I | History In A Nutshell

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The introduction to Ancient Rome covers Rome's earliest days! Rome began as a monarchy, with its first king being Romulus, in 753 B.C. Rome would be ruled by seven kings, and with the deposition of...
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Ancient Rome, Part III | History In A Nutshell

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Birth Of The Constitution | History in a Nutshell
Birth Of The Constitution | History in a Nutshell

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Sir Robert Worcester | James Otis 2014 Excerpt
Sir Robert Worcester | James Otis 2014 Excerpt

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James Otis Lecture Series 2015 (Full Version)
James Otis Lecture Series 2015 (Full Version)

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The South Carolina Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (SC ABOTA) presented the Seventh Annual James Otis Lecture Series in observance of National Constitution Day on September 18, 2015...
James Otis Lecture Series 2014 (Full Version)
James Otis Lecture Series 2014 (Full Version)

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The 2014 speakers included The Honorable Sir Stephen Silber, Justice of the High Court of England and Wales, who spoke about "The Differing Perceptions of the Magna Carta ? The United Kingdom versus...