Exploring Civil and Economic Freedom3 Lessons
Liberty and the Supreme Court
A document-based question that explores the ways the concepts of liberty and property have been understood over time in the United States and, in particular, how the Supreme Court has interpreted liberty.
Who Said It: Quote Match
In this document-based question, students will evaluate the Founders' and Progressives' views on the subjects of human nature and the purpose of government.
Citizens United v. F.E.C. (2010)
Case background and primary source documents concerning the Supreme Court case of Citizens United v. F.E.C. Dealing with free speech in the political arena, this lesson asks students to asses whether or not the Supreme Court ruled correctly in Citizens United in light of constitutional principles including republican government, freedom of speech, and property rights.