William Jennings Bryan Teacher Resources
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Students compare and contrast inflation and deflation. In this economics lesson, students investigate the importance of money and politics. They review a list of vocabulary before doing the assignment.
Students see why it is so important for a central bank to strike a balance between inflationary and deflationary concerns. They explain that inflation They access websites imbedded in this plan to answer a series of questions.
Young scholars explore the Wilson victory in November 1912 and how it had important implications of several prominent Texans. They discuss how Edward Mandell House of Austin had been instrumental in securing the Democratic nomination for Wilson in the first place, and the two men had become intimate friends.