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Campaign Songs as Propaganda:Free Trade vs. Protectionism - In Whose Interest?
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Students analyze campaign messages about tariffs in a 19th-century campaign song. They read and discuss the lyrics, complete an analysis worksheet, and identify the intended audience of the song's message.
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