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Module 2 Short Responses – Question 1Whattypesof primary and secondary sources will you need to use to support the topicyou are examining in your essay? You don't need the actual sources yet, but you shouldhave an idea of what they might be (such as an eyewitness account of an event, forexample).Here is my list of primary and secondary sources that I will be examining for my topic of"Equal Rights Amendment".From the Shapiro Library, Primary SourcesGerritsen Collection of Aletta H Jacobs - ProQuestThe Gerritsen Collection, from Chadwyck Healey US, is the definitive cross-cultural resourcefor information on women's history. The collection provides immediate access to manyprimary sources, periodicals and books, from around the world concerning women's history,feminism, and anti-feminism including titles such as The Suffragist (1913-21) and TheWomen's Protest Against Woman Suffrage (1912-18).New York Times (Historical) - ProQuest

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Term
Fall
Professor
Chung
Tags
Primary sources, Archive, Source text

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