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LNGenZ News for Kids: Social Studies

Understanding the Schools of Economics

What is economics? It is the science that studies human action. Economists have one crucial job: explain. Economics contains different… Read More

What Was the Nixon Shock?

Fifty years ago, President Richard Nixon forever changed the United States and international financial systems. U.S. economic conditions in 1971… Read More

Mother’s Day: The Anti-War Efforts Turned Holiday

Mother’s Day – It comes every year in America on the second Sunday of May, but its evolution was a… Read More

Understanding the World of Cryptocurrency

Bitcoin became the fastest asset to reach $1 trillion in value. Ethereum is now worth more than the Bank of… Read More

Columbia: The First American Lady

Before the iconic figure of Uncle Sam with his white hair and top hat encouraging men to join the military… Read More

Cinco de Mayo: Celebrating Mexico’s Victory in Puebla

Today is Cinco de Mayo, or the fifth of May – a holiday of Mexican origin. In the United States… Read More

The Spanish-American War and the Media’s Instigation

The press has a lot of influence over the United States. In fact, the media exercises so much sway over… Read More

Jim Crow: Racial Inequality by Law

After the American Civil War ended and slavery was abolished, black Americans were finally able to live without being forced… Read More

Watergate: Eroding Public Trust in the System

From Beachgate to Russiagate, every government scandal now ends with a “gate” suffix. This comes from the historic 20th-century Watergate… Read More

Thurgood Marshall: A Civil Rights Icon

Thurgood Marshall made history as the first African American to join the U.S. Supreme Court – and by spending a… Read More

Bay Of Pigs: The CIA’s Failed Plan to Oust Castro

The Bay of Pigs invasion remains one of the darkest marks on American foreign policy. The failed military action damaged… Read More

FDR: The Four-Term President

Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882-1945), or FDR, was the 32nd president of the United States and the only commander in chief… Read More