Developing Historical Perspective Use the library to find commentaries on Dred

Developing historical perspective use the library to

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1. Developing Historical PerspectiveUse the library tofind commentaries on Dred Scottwritten at the time thedecision was made. Read two of these commentariesand identify which section—North or South—the writer orspeaker came from. Explain how each person’s regionshaped his or her views. 2. Visit the links for Historic Decisions of the Supreme Court to research what it means to be a citizen of the United States and what rights that citizenship extends. Research which constitutional amendments, U.S. laws, and Supreme Court decisions guarantee the rights of citizens. Prepare an oral presentation or annotated display to summarize your findings. I INTERNET ACTIVITY CLASSZONE.COM
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