1K The making of a Superpower: USA, 1865–1975 A Level 21st May Watch

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Hey, is anyone doing 1K The making of a Superpower: USA, 1865–1975 on the 21st of May? I was just wondering if anyone had any predictions of what could possibly come up this year because there is literally so much to learn!!
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Do you know what came up last year by any chance? I'm in the same boat 🙃
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Hey, is anyone doing 1K The making of a Superpower: USA, 1865–1975 on the 21st of May? I was just wondering if anyone had any predictions of what could possibly come up this year because there is literally so much to learn!!
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This was last years:

Extract question on the presidents of the gilded age

Essay 1: Imperialism between 1890 and 19(20?)
Essay 2: "Women progressed little between 1920-45" - assess validity
Essay 3: "All Americans experience economic growth between 1945 and 1964" - assess validity
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Do you know what came up last year by any chance? I'm in the same boat 🙃
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Thanks. So the extract questions over last 2 years have been pre-1900, meaning that its likely that the extract question will be on something post 1900. So Maybe on containment,Vietnam etc or FDRs New Deals or WWII potentially.
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