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Hello,I have started studying A-Level History just this year and am struggling to find any comprehensive revision resources to help me with home studying: the unit I am struggling with is USA 1955-92 (Democracies in Change). I have looked online for any possible resources, but the most I can come up with is shopping options for textbooks, or PDF versions of those textbooks. I have consulted my teachers and they are just as stumped for alternatives as I am.The textbook we use is VERY detailed and useful for taking down notes in lesson, but not quite comprehensive enough to work with from home for the creation of revision materials. Oddly, I have only found a comprehensive PDF for the Modern Britain section, and cannot find anything of a remotely similar nature for the USA.Does anybody have any advice, or at least know about an obscure little website that I have missed? Any input would be much appreciated!Thank you x
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Bahahahaha, im in the same situation unfortunately. Let me know if you find any answers
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