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Hi!
If anyone has any information on where to find opposing historian opinions that would be greatly appreciated! I've been scrolling through google scholar for hours and come up with nothing!
For reference, my chosen topic for my NEA is Native American federal policy in the 20th century.
Thanks!
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Try sites like historytoday and jstor i've found quite a few for my NEA
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(Original post by g.ana)
Try sites like historytoday and jstor i've found quite a few for my NEA
Thank you
I have actually been scrolling through historytoday, but would something such as an essay be sufficient enough to generate a sound historical opinion? Also I can only seem to find opinions for one side of my argument
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(Original post by g.ana)
Try sites like historytoday and jstor i've found quite a few for my NEA
Thank you
I have actually been scrolling through historytoday, but would something such as an essay be sufficient enough to generate a sound historical opinion? Also I can only seem to find opinions for one side of my argument
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yes it would be as it is an interpretation of historical events
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