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June 2010 3 Study Sources A, B and C. Do these sources support the view that the Rosenberg's were innocent? Explain your answer, using the sources. (10)

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1 June Study Sources A, B and C. Do these sources support the view that the Rosenberg's were innocent? Explain your answer, using the sources. (10) Jan Study Sources A, B and C. How far do these sources agree about the Voter Registration Campaign? Explain your answer, using the sources. (10) June Study Sources A, B and C. How far do these sources agree about the Berkeley Free Speech Movement? Explain your answer, using the sources. (10) Jan Study Sources A, B and C. How far do Sources B and C support the evidence of Source A about the Brown v Topeka case? Explain your answer, using the sources. (10) June Study sources B and C support the evidence of A about McCarthyism? Explain your answer, using the sources (10) Jan Study Sources A, B and C. How far do Sources B and C support the evidence of Source A about Black Power? Explain your answer, using the sources. (10) June Study Sources A, B and C. How far do these sources agree about the employment of women in the USA? Explain your answer, using the sources. (10)

2 June Study Sources A, B and C. Do these sources support the view that the Rosenbergs were innocent? Explain your answer, using the sources. (10)

3 Jan Study Sources A, B and C. How far do these sources agree about the Voter Registration Campaign? Explain your answer, using the sources. (10)

4 June Study Sources A, B and C. How far do these sources agree about the Berkeley Free Speech Movement? Explain your answer, using the sources. (10)

5 Jan Study Sources A, B and C. How far do Sources B and C support the evidence of Source A about the Brown v Topeka case? Explain your answer, using the sources. (10)

6 June 2012

7 Jan Study Sources A, B and C. How far do Sources B and C support the evidence of Source A about Black Power? Explain your answer, using the sources. (10)

8 June Study Sources A, B and C. How far do these sources agree about the employment of women in the USA? Explain your answer, using the sources. (10)


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