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Great Economists Treasure Hunt

http://www.frbsf.org/education/activities/treasurehunt/index.html

Description: Learn about the major economists in European history and their major ideas. Journey through the Great Economic Timeline, gathering answers to unlock the ancient treasure chest. But, whatever ye do, don't open that bloomin' chest till ye've all the answers, or ye'll see a sight that'll set yer soul a-trembling. It's up to you now, matey. Beware--treasure or treachery awaits. Standard 10.3.6

Author: Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, economics, philosophy

Lesson ID: 7

Is Capitalism Good for the Poor?

http://www.fte.org/capitalism/

Description: "The year 1750 does not usually evoke images of great prosperity or of revolutionary progress, but in fact the mid-eighteenth century was an historical turning point of economic advance. Organizational and technological changes in that period allowed growing numbers of people to move from mere subsistence activities to thoughts and actions that furthered economic, political and social progress." Explore the concept of capitalism and how it influences society in these five lessons. Standard 10.3.6

Author: , Foundation for Teaching Economics

Lesson ID: 1030

Karl Marx: A Failed Vision of History

http://www.crf-usa.org/bria/bria19_2a.htm

Description: Philosopher Karl Marx believed he had discovered the key to history: Capitalism would be overthrown by communism and oppressed workers would finally be free. History did not work out that way. Explore how Marx's ideas influenced thinking about society and history. Participate on a panel in a formal discussion representing different philosophical points of view on the topic: What Is a Just Society?Standards 10.3.6, 12.9.1

Author: Constitutional Rights Foundation

Lesson ID: 12

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