History edexcel A-levels InSearchForAmericanDream NOTES & ESSAY STRUCTURE PLZ!!!!

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Childish223
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I am having my mocks soon and i am really struggling to learn my history subjects. it would be very helpful if you could send me your notes for the topic "in search of the american dream." also i need essay practice questions and how to structure my essays so essay structure tips would really be helpful!!!!1
Notes on south Africa will also be very helpful!!!!
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I’m doing history but not doing the topics that you do but for me the best books were hodder education My Revision notes. These books contain sufficient information to learn from. It’s very structured revision with the main content covered and is combined with exam preparation activities and exam-style questions. So I’m doing Germany and west Germany, Fascism in Italy and Protest agitation and Parliamentary reform in Britain and I have got all the hodder books. I got very high marks in all my mock exams. There are textbooks by hodder education for the American dream and for South America and I’ll place the links below. Hope this helps you! Good luck !!

In search of the American dream-
https://wordery.com/my-revision-notes-edexcel-asa-level-history-in-search-of-the-american-dream-the-usa-c1917-96-alan-farmer-9781510418097?currency=GBP
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use the books they recommended!! so good!
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