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The Federal Reserve: What Is It and How Does It Work?

Liberty Nation GenZ  believes in educating young Americans about the U.S. and its Constitution. This high school lesson plan can be used in… Read More

Public v Private School

Conflict between public schools and private schools has existed for a long time. People who support private schools often question… Read More

Nevada: The Silver State

Nevada became the 36th state of the Union on October 31, 1864. It was during the campaign to re-elect Abraham… Read More

Presentism and Its Evil

As the radical left tries to remove American history piece by piece by taking down statues, those who care about… Read More

Louisiana Purchase: How the West Was Won

By the time Thomas Jefferson became the third U.S. president in 1801, the United States stretched from the Atlantic Ocean… Read More

Nebraska: The Cornhusker State

Nebraska, the Cornhusker State, didn’t join the Union until two years after the Civil War. It became the 37th state… Read More

Separation of Church and State: Keeping Religion Free

Origins In the 1600s, thousands of English Puritans arrived in the New England region to escape religious persecution. The Puritans… Read More

Montana: The Treasure State

Montana entered the Union as the 41st state on November 8, 1889. Many of the U.S. states got their names… Read More

Grover Cleveland: A President of Principle

Stephen Grover Cleveland (1837 – 1908) was the 22nd president of the United States. Before breaking into politics, he studied… Read More

Reconstruction: Trying to Rebuild a Broken Nation

The American Civil War was the bloodiest war the United States has ever fought. After the war ended, Republicans in… Read More

Missouri: The Unwilling Slave State

Missouri, the “Show Me State,” was named after the tribe Missouris. The first European explorers showed up in 1673 when… Read More

Chester A. Arthur: A One Term President

Chester A. Arthur (1829 – 1886) became the 21st president in 1881. His presidency was short, and many historians say… Read More