Classroom Lesson: Money for Nothing: Economic Affluence in Postwar America

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This lesson aligns with the C3 Framework for Social Studies State Standards, Economics: The National Economy (D2.Eco.10.9-12; D2.Eco.13.9-12}; Historical Sources and Evidence (D2.His.9.9-12); History: Causation and Argument (D2.His.16.9-12); and Gathering and Evaluating Sources (D3.1.9-12)

This lesson aligns with Voluntary National Content Standards in Economics, Standard 15, Economic Growth Benchmark 1, Grade 12

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