deathdragons7
  • deathdragons7
Give an example of both a primary and secondary source of information. Which source of information do you think is likely to be most accurate? Why?
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deathdragons7
  • deathdragons7
I know that a Primary source would be more accurate, but I need a bit of help with the rest.
deathdragons7
  • deathdragons7
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I agree with you; it's primary.

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deathdragons7
  • deathdragons7
But I need examples... which is where I am stuck
anonymous
  • anonymous
Primary source could be an interview with the person, place, or company you're researching and presenting to your audience. Also authentic documents (like the actual Declaration of INdependence). Secondary is info passed down by another person (books, biographies, websiites
deathdragons7
  • deathdragons7
Thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
Aww thanks for the medal :33
anonymous
  • anonymous
And yep anytime. I haven't done history in a few months js.
deathdragons7
  • deathdragons7
Explain what would be happening in our country today if the 26th Amendment had not been passed in 1971.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay well let me ask you: what's the 26th Amendment?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Tell me in your own words what this is
deathdragons7
  • deathdragons7
Is that the one with the voting at age 18?

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