PARAMILITARY VIOLENCE AND THE CONFLICT IN NORTHERN IRELAND
Learners examine documents to reconstruct the past, employ processes of critical historical inquiry to reconstruct the past, analyze aspects of the Northern Iereland conflict through perspectives of documents, and write a short position essay.
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