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WHG Era 4- Hemispheric Interactions, 300 to 1500 C.E./A.D.6%
WHG Era 5 - The Emergence of the First Global Age, 15th to 18th Centuries5%
WHG Era 6 - An Age of Global Revolutions, 18th Century-19147%
WHG Era 7 - Global Crisis and Achievement, 1900-19457%
WHG Era 8 - The Cold War and Its Aftermath: The 20th Century Since 19452%
USHG Era 6 - The Development of an Industrial, Urban, & Global United States (1870 -1930)7%
USHG Era 7 - The Great Depression & World War II (1920 -1945)2%
USHG Era 8 - Post-World War II United States (1945 -1989)7%
USHG Era 9 - America in a Global Age2%
C 1 - Conceptual Foundations of Civic & Political Life2%
C 2 - Origins & Foundations of Government of the United States of America4%
C 3 - Structure & Function of Government in the United States of America15%
C 4 - The United States of America & World Affairs4%
C 5 - Citizenship in the United States of America9%
C 6 - Citizenship in Action1%
E 1 - The Market Economy6%
E 2 - The National Economy7%
E 3 - International Economy5%
E 4 - Personal Finance2%
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WHG Era 4- Hemispheric Interactions, 300 to 1500 C.E./A.D.
1. (4.1.1)  Crisis In The Classical World
2. (4.1.2)  World Religions
3. (4.1.3)  Trade Networks And Contacts
4. (4.2.1)  Growth Of Islam And Dar Al-Islam
5. (4.2.2)  Unification Of Eurasia Under The Mongols
6. (4.2.3)  The Plague
7. (4.3.1)  Africa To 1500
8. (4.3.2)  The Americas To 1500
9. (4.3.3)  China To 1500
10. (4.3.4)  The Eastern European System And The Byzantine Empire To 150
11. (4.3.5)  Western Europe To 1500
WHG Era 5 - The Emergence of the First Global Age, 15th to 18th Centuries
1. (5.1.1)  Emerging Global System
2. (5.1.2)  World Religions
3. (5.2.1)  European Exploration/Conquest & Columbian Exchange
4. (5.2.2)  Trans-African & Trans-Atlantic Slave Systems
5. (5.3.1)  Ottoman Empire Through The 18th Century
6. (5.3.2)  East Asia Through The 18th Century
7. (5.3.3)  South Asia/India Through The 18th Century
8. (5.3.4)  Russia Through The 18th Century
9. (5.3.5)  Europe Through The 18th Century
10. (5.3.6)  Latin America Through The 18th Century
WHG Era 6 - An Age of Global Revolutions, 18th Century-1914
1. (6.1.1)  Global Revolutions
2. (6.1.2)  World-wide Migrations & Population Changes
3. (6.1.3)  Increasing Global Interconnections
4. (6.1.4)  Changes In Economic & Political Systems
5. (6.1.5)  Interpreting Europe's Increasing Global Power
6. (6.2.1)  Political Revolutions
7. (6.2.2)  Growth Of Nationalism & Nation States
8. (6.2.3)  Industrialization
9. (6.2.4)  Imperialism
10. (6.3.1)  Europe
11. (6.3.2)  East Asia Through The 18th Century
12. (6.3.3)  East Asia Through The 18th Century
WHG Era 7 - Global Crisis and Achievement, 1900-1945
1. (7.1.1)  Increasing Government & Political Power
2. (7.1.2)  Comparative Global Power
3. (7.1.3)  Twentieth Century Genocide
4. (7.1.4)  Global Technology
5. (7.1.5)  Total War
6. (7.2.1)  World War I
7. (7.2.2)  Inter-war Period
8. (7.2.3)  World War II
9. (7.2.4)  Revolutionary And/or Independence Movements
10. (7.3.1)  Russian Revolution
11. (7.3.2)  Europe & Rise Of Fascism & Totalitarian States
12. (7.3.3)  Asia
13. (7.3.4)  The Americas, 1900-1945
14. (7.3.5)  Middle East
WHG Era 8 - The Cold War and Its Aftermath: The 20th Century Since 1945
1. (8.1.1)  Origins Of The Cold War
2. (8.1.2)  Cold War Conflicts
3. (8.1.3)  End Of The Cold War
4. (8.1.4)  Mapping The 20th Century
5. (8.2.1)  The Legacy Of Imperialism
6. (8.2.2)  Independence, Decolonzation, & Democratization Movements
USHG Era 6 - The Development of an Industrial, Urban, & Global United States (1870 -1930)
1. (6.1.1)  Factors In The American Industrial Revolution
2. (6.1.2)  Labor's Response To Industrial Growth
3. (6.1.3)  Urbanization
4. (6.1.4)  Population Changes
5. (6.1.5)  A Case Study Of American Industrialism
6. (6.2.1)  Growth Of U.S. Global Power
7. (6.2.2)  WWI
8. (6.2.3)  Domestic Impact Of WWI
9. (6.2.4)  Wilson & His Opponents
10. (6.3.1)  Social Issues
11. (6.3.2)  Causes & Consequences Of Progressive Reform
12. (6.3.3)  Women's Suffrage
USHG Era 7 - The Great Depression & World War II (1920 -1945)
1. (7.1.1)  The Twenties
2. (7.1.2)  Causes & Consequences Of The Great Depression
3. (7.1.3)  The New Deal
4. (7.2.1)  Causes Of WWII
5. (7.2.2)  U.S. & The Course Of WWII
6. (7.2.3)  Impact Of WWII On American Life
7. (7.2.4)  Responses To Genocide
USHG Era 8 - Post-World War II United States (1945 -1989)
1. (8.1.1)  Origins & Beginnings Of Cold War
2. (8.1.2)  Foreign Policy During The Cold War
3. (8.1.3)  End Of The Cold War
4. (8.2.1)  Demographic Changes
5. (8.2.2)  Policy Concerning Domestic Issues
6. (8.2.3)  Comparing Domestic Policies
7. (8.2.4)  Domestic Conflicts & Tensions
8. (8.3.1)  Civil Rights Movement
9. (8.3.2)  Ideals Of The Civil Rights Movement
10. (8.3.3)  Women's Rights
11. (8.3.4)  Civil Rights Accomplishments
12. (8.3.5)  Tensions & Reactions To Poverty & Civil Rights
USHG Era 9 - America in a Global Age
1. (9.1.1)  Economic Changes
2. (9.1.2)  Transformation Of American Politics
3. (9.2.1)  U.S. In The Post-Cold War World
4. (9.2.2)  9/11 And Responses To Terrorism
5. (9.3.1)  Policy Debates
C 1 - Conceptual Foundations of Civic & Political Life
1. (1.1.1)  Roles Of The Citizen
2. (1.1.2)  Concepts Of Governing
3. (1.1.3)  Need For Government
4. (1.2.1)  Forms Of Government
5. (1.2.2)  Constitutions: Uses & Purposes
6. (1.2.3)  Systems Of Government
7. (1.2.4)  Democracy
C 2 - Origins & Foundations of Government of the United States of America
1. (2.1.1)  Origins Of America's Constitution
2. (2.1.2)  Constitutional Ratification
3. (2.1.3)  Principles Of American Government
4. (2.1.4)  The Changing Constitution
5. (2.2.1)  Constitutional Values
6. (2.2.2)  Constitutional Ideals & Realities
7. (2.2.3)  Values In Conflict
8. (2.2.4)  Ideals In Important Documents
9. (2.2.5)  Ideals Vs. Specifics
C 3 - Structure & Function of Government in the United States of America
1. (3.1.1)  Article I
2. (3.1.2)  Article II
3. (3.1.3)  Article III
4. (3.1.4)  Independent Regulatory Agencies
5. (3.1.5)  Conflict Between The Three Branches
6. (3.1.6)  Federal Government Revenue
7. (3.1.7)  Enumerated Vs. Reserved Powers
8. (3.2.1)  Limits On Government's Power
9. (3.2.2)  "The Supreme Law Of The Land"
10. (3.2.3)  Constitutional Limits Of Power
11. (3.2.4)  Bill Of Rights
12. (3.2.5)  Amendments & Government Power
13. (3.3.1)  Limits Of State Powers
14. (3.3.2)  Reserved & Concurrent Powers
15. (3.3.3)  Tensions Between Levels Of Government
16. (3.3.4)  State & Local Government Organization
17. (3.3.5)  Monitoring State & Local Governments
18. (3.3.6)  State & Local Government Revenue
19. (3.3.7)  State Constitutions
20. (3.4.1)  Rule Of Law
21. (3.4.2)  Corruption & Crime
22. (3.4.3)  Equal Protection Under Law
23. (3.4.4)  Denial Of Individual Rights
24. (3.4.5)  The Court System
25. (3.5.1)  Influencing The Public Agenda
26. (3.5.2)  Origins Of Political Parties
27. (3.5.3)  Associations In American Politics
28. (3.5.4)  Public Opinion
29. (3.5.5)  Evaluate Public Opinion
30. (3.5.6)  Campaigns & Elections
31. (3.5.7)  The Media
32. (3.5.8)  Current Issues
33. (3.5.9)  Analyze Media
C 4 - The United States of America & World Affairs
1. (4.1.1)  Major Foreign Policy Positions
2. (4.1.2)  Making Foreign Policy
3. (4.1.3)  Implementing Foreign Policy
4. (4.1.4)  Historical Foreign Policy
5. (4.2.1)  Differing Political Interactions
6. (4.2.2)  America's International Influences
7. (4.2.3)  International Influences On The U.S.
8. (4.2.4)  International Organizations
9. (4.2.5)  International Agreements
10. (4.2.6)  Impact Of American Political Values
C 5 - Citizenship in the United States of America
1. (5.1.1)  The Meaning Of Citizenship
2. (5.1.2)  Comparing Rights
3. (5.2.1)  Types Of Citizenship
4. (5.2.2)  Legal & Illegal Immigration
5. (5.2.3)  Criteria For Citizenship
6. (5.3.1)  Personal Rights
7. (5.3.2)  Political Rights
8. (5.3.3)  Economic Rights
9. (5.3.4)  Relationship Between Rights
10. (5.3.5)  Limits On Rights
11. (5.3.6)  First Amendment Rights
12. (5.3.7)  Rights Of The Accused
13. (5.3.8)  Fourteenth Amendment
14. (5.3.9)  Limits
15. (5.4.1)  Personal & Civic Responsibilities
16. (5.4.2)  Civic Responsibilities
17. (5.4.3)  Importance Of Responsibilities
18. (5.5.1)  Dispositions Of Citizenship
19. (5.5.2)  Encouraging Citizen Involvement
20. (5.5.3)  Developing Members Of Society
C 6 - Citizenship in Action
1. (6.1.1)  Viewpoints On Issues
2. (6.1.2)  Locating Evidence
3. (6.1.3)  Developing Criteria
4. (6.1.4)  Addressing Issues
5. (6.1.5)  Making Persuasive Arguments
6. (6.2.1)  Collective Vs. Individual
7. (6.2.2)  Political & Social Participation
8. (6.2.3)  Situations For Political Participation
9. (6.2.4)  Election Participation
10. (6.2.5)  Citizen Movements
11. (6.2.6)  Civil Disobedience
12. (6.2.7)  Service Participation
13. (6.2.8)  Leadership Characteristics
14. (6.2.9)  Constitutional Democracy
15. (6.2.10)  Participate In Hearings
16. (6.2.11)  Identifying Needs
E 1 - The Market Economy
1. (1.1.1)  Scarcity, Choice Opportunity Costs, & Comparative Advantage
2. (1.1.2)  Entrepreneurship
3. (1.2.1)  Business Structures
4. (1.2.2)  Price In The Market
5. (1.2.3)  Investment, Productivity And Growth
6. (1.3.1)  Law Of Supply
7. (1.3.2)  Law Of Demand
8. (1.3.3)  Price, Equilibrium, Elasticity, & Incentives
9. (1.4.1)  Public Policy & The Market
10. (1.4.2)  Government & Consumers
11. (1.4.3)  Government Revenue And Services
12. (1.4.4)  Functions Of Government
13. (1.4.5)  Economic Incentives And Government
E 2 - The National Economy
1. (2.1.1)  Income
2. (2.1.2)  Circular Flow And The National Economy
3. (2.1.3)  Financial Institutions And Money Supply
4. (2.1.4)  Money Supply, Inflation, And Recession
5. (2.1.5)  Gross Domestic Product (GDP) And Economic Growth
6. (2.1.6)  Unemployment
7. (2.1.7)  Economic Indicators
8. (2.1.8)  Relationship Between Expenditures And Revenue (Circular Flow)
9. (2.1.9)  American Economy In The World
10. (2.2.1)  Federal Government And Macroeconomic Goals
11. (2.2.2)  Macroeconomic Policy Alternatives
12. (2.2.3)  Fiscal Policy And Its Consequences
13. (2.2.4)  Federal Reserve And Monetary Policy
14. (2.2.5)  Government Revenue And Services
E 3 - International Economy
1. (3.1.1)  Major Economic Systems
2. (3.1.2)  Developing Nations
3. (3.1.3)  International Organizations And The World Economy
4. (3.1.4)  GDP And Standard Of Living
5. (3.1.5)  Comparing Economic Systems
6. (3.1.6)  Impact Of Transitional Economies
7. (3.2.1)  Absolute And Comparative Advantage
8. (3.2.2)  Domestic Activity And World Trade
9. (3.2.3)  Exchange Rates And The World Trade
10. (3.2.4)  Monetary Policy And International Trade
11. (3.2.5)  The Global Economy And The Marketplace
E 4 - Personal Finance
1. (4.1.1)  Scarcity And Opportunity Costs
2. (4.1.2)  Marginal Benefit And Cost
3. (4.1.3)  Personal Finance Strategy
4. (4.1.4)  Key Components Of Personal Finance
5. (4.1.5)  Personal Decisions
6. (4.1.6)  Risk Management Plan

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