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OCR A Level History A2: Civil Rights in the USA 1865-1992 - OCR GCE History A (Paperback)
  • OCR A Level History A2: Civil Rights in the USA 1865-1992 - OCR GCE History A (Paperback)
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OCR A Level History A2: Civil Rights in the USA 1865-1992 - OCR GCE History A (Paperback)

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Paperback 312 Pages / Published: 31/03/2009
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OCR and Heinemann are working together to provide better support for you. It is directly matched to the new specification with specific exam support. It provides unique planning support with inspirational lesson ideas. It features accessible, engaging resources to help all students achieve their full potential. An 'Exam Cafe' provides students with a motivating way to prepare thoroughly for their exams.

Publisher: Pearson Education Limited
ISBN: 9780435312664
Number of pages: 312
Weight: 550 g
Dimensions: 244 x 180 x 17 mm

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I found this text quite shocking. The lies and omissions would make Stalin blush. Firstly it fails to follow recent trends in Civil Rights historiography that focus on the grass roots and continues with the tired,... More

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