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HSS 300 - Gilded Age & Progressive Era in the US: Introduction and e-Reference Sources
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This database use primary sources to analyze great conflicts in U.S. and World along with in-depth secondary source articles on historical events. It also provides each issue with its background information and its pro/con arguments.