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U.S. History Resources (WWII-Today)

Presidents and the Constitution Curriculum The History of Immigration Law in the United States Defeating the Forces of Darkness: Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Atlantic Charter, and Responsibility The Selfless Defenders of Wake Island The Selfless Courage of the Doolittle Raiders General Dwight D. Eisenhower Takes Responsibility for the D-Day Invasion General Dwight D. Eisenhower: D-Day and Responsibility Dwight Eisenhower and the D-Day Invasion Varian Fry’s Grave Responsibility The Courage of General Anthony McAuliffe at Bastogne One Minute of Pain: Louis Zamperini, Iron Discipline, and Purpose Courage Under Fire: The Selfless Decision of John Robert Fox Loyal American: Fred Korematsu (Homework Help) Loyal American: Fred Korematsu, Japanese Internment, and Self-Sacrifice Justice Frank Murphy and Racial Prejudice: No Justifiable Part They Were Superb: The 442nd Japanese-American Unit in World War II and Self-Sacrifice The Tuskegee Airmen: Defending and Improving the United States John Basilone’s Sacrifice The Most Decorated American Soldier of World War II: Audie Murphy, World War II, and Courage Bringing an End to War: Paul Tibbets and the Decision to Drop the Atom Bomb V-E Day and American Foreign Policy The Self-Deception of Irma Grese George C. Marshall: In Peace and In War Owen Lattimore and Integrity: A Very Interesting and Satisfying Life The Courage of General Matthew Ridgway Fox Company at the Chosin Reservoir and Self-Sacrifice Douglas MacArthur and Hubris Harry Truman, the Firing of Douglas MacArthur, and Integrity President Dwight Eisenhower, Responsibility, and Restraint of American Power The Rise and Fall of Joseph McCarthy (Homework Help) Joseph McCarthy and Demagoguery Civil Liberties and McCarthyism Edward R. Murrow: In His Own Words The Unshakeable Witness: Whittaker Chambers and Integrity Rosa Parks, the Montgomery Bus Boycott, and Purpose Elizabeth Eckford, the Little Rock Nine, and Purpose Elizabeth Eckford, the Little Rock Nine, and Respect Number 42: Jackie Robinson and Courage Che Guevara and the Injustice of Communism Purpose and the Invention of Kevlar: Stephanie Kwolek Thirteen Days: John F. Kennedy, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and Purpose The Torch Has Passed to a New Generation: John F. Kennedy’s Inaugural Address and Responsibility The Great Society The Great Society and Beyond A Self-Made Man: The Story of Thurgood Marshall I Have a Dream: Martin Luther King, Jr. and Identity We are not Afraid and We Shall Overcome: The Freedom Rides and Courage Selma-to-Montgomery Marchers: Diligently Crossing the Bridge We Can Start to Work Together: Robert F. Kennedy, the 1968 Campaign, and Respect Tinker v. Des Moines (Homework Help) Gideon v. Wainwright (Homework Help) Roe v. Wade (Homework Help) No Man Is Above the Law: Mark Felt, Watergate, and Responsibility One Giant Leap for Mankind: Neil Armstrong and Courage Barbara Jordan, Watergate, and Justice Women’s Rights in the Late 20th Century Tear Down This Wall: Ronald Reagan, the Cold War, and Responsibility The Unknown Rebel’s Courage at Tiananmen Square Congress in the 20th and 21st Centuries Congress in the Modern Era The Modern Debate on Immigration International Relations and the Constitutional Separation of Powers