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Liberal vs Conservative Political Ideas


The lesson focuses on the ability of the students to form a list of political policy stances that would be considered liberal or conservative and then compare that to a list of what was considered liberal political ideas or conservative political ideas around the early 1900's.

Learning Targets: 
Ascertain what is considered a liberal or conservative political policy or idea today
Compare and contrast that with what was considered a liberal or conservative political idea in the early 1900's.
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