Reading Bush v. Gore Decision Excerpts | A Primary Source Close Read
What is the role of the Supreme Court in political disputes? In the close presidential election of 2000, the Supreme Court was asked to hand down an election-defining ruling which brought this question to the fore. Why did the Supreme Court take this case? What did it rule? And how did it reach this decision? In this Primary Close Read video, Kirk Higgins and Dr. Josh Dunn explore the story of this important Supreme Court case.
A Primary Source Close Reads Video Playlist
Primary Source Close Reading with BRI investigates some of the most pivotal speeches and documents that made America. In this series, join BRI staff Kirk Higgins and guests as they dissect how seminal documents, court cases, and speeches forged America’s development and impact our lives today.
Bush v. Gore | BRI’s Homework Help Series
Why was the presidential election of 2000 so controversial, and what constitutional questions were raised during the vote count? This Homework Help video explores these questions to help students understand the fundamental issues at hand in the case of Bush v. Gore.
Bush v. Gore (2000)
Case background and primary sources concerning the Supreme Court case of Bush v. Gore. Dealing with the 2000 election, this lesson asks students whether or not they think the United States Supreme Court correctly decided the case.