Congress, the Great Society in the 1960s, and Today lesson plan

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This lesson plan studies legislation passed in response to President Lyndon Baines Johnson's call for America to become a "Great Society." It is designed to assist teachers with using primary source materials to integrate Congress into history, government and civics classes. It is suitable for junior high and high school students.

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Association of Centers for the Study of Congress. "Congress, the Great Society in the 1960s, and Today lesson plan." . Accessed 24 May 2018. http://acsc.lib.udel.edu/items/show/412.

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Congress, the Great Society in the 1960s, and Today lesson plan

Subject

United States. Congress (89th : 1965-1966)

Description

This lesson plan studies legislation passed in response to President Lyndon Baines Johnson's call for America to become a "Great Society." It is designed to assist teachers with using primary source materials to integrate Congress into history, government and civics classes. It is suitable for junior high and high school students.

Creator

Association of Centers for the Study of Congress
The Center for Legislative Archives at the National Archives

Publisher

Association of Centers for the Study of Congress

Date

2016-10-10

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Language

English

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Document

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final-lesson