H. Sam Mabry, III, Esquire, explains to participating students James Otis' historical significance, and the purpose and reasons behind this lecture series.
- 4.2 Demonstrate an understanding of the identity of a new nation, including the state of South Carolina between 17301800.
- 8.2 Demonstrate an understanding of how South Carolinians and Americans created a revolutionary form of government during the period of 1757 1815.
- USHC.1 Demonstrate an understanding of the influence of the Atlantic World on the regional and national development of republicanism and federalism from 16071815.
- USHC.1.CO Analyze the development of the American identity through the founding principles and social and economic development of the Northern and Southern colonies from 16071763 using a comparative analysis.
- USHC.1.CE Assess the major developments of the American Revolution through significant turning points in the debates over independence and self-government from 17631791.
- USHC.1.P Summarize the changing relationship between individuals and the government during the period 16071800.
- USG.4 Demonstrate an understanding of the rights and responsibilities associated with citizenship in the United States.
- USG.4.IN Distinguish between various economic, personal, and political rights of citizens in the U.S., and how these rights can sometimes conflict with each other.
- USG.4.CC Analyze contemporary issues and governmental responses at various levels in terms of how they have provided equal protection under the law and equal access to societys opportunities and public facilities.