We curated our favorite primary sources for classes that focus on 20th and 21st century American and global history, economics, and philosophy. Resources are appropriate for a variety of learners. High school teachers may choose to select excerpts and have students do interpretation, analysis, and argumentative writing exercises, while college bound and university students may find our materials helpful for research.
Carnegie Council has curated ten of our favorite primary sources for students to analyze and interpret in the American history, global history, and philosophy classrooms. They focus on 20th century history and include diaries, speeches, and articles.
This resource collection was created on the tenth anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq. It looks back on ethical debates surrounding the war as it was happening. Includes lectures, articles, and interviews from 2001-2010.
These resources look at the root causes and ethical implications of the financial crisis and explore how the financial system can be rebuilt in a sustainable way that fosters trust and avoids future mistakes. Articles and lectures are from 2008-2009.