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Course SummaryIf you need to quickly review significant Supreme Court cases throughout history, take a look at this comprehensive study guide course. The course's lessons and self-assessments can help you study for exams, catch up in a class, get extra homework help and much more.
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This course provides a comprehensive summary of important Supreme Court cases from the late 1700s through the mid-1900s. In addition to studying specific cases, you'll get an overview of Supreme Court justices. Included in the course are lesson quizzes and chapter exams to help you retain your Supreme Court case knowledge. The course is entirely self-paced, and you can use any computer or mobile device to access the material. If you have any questions, you can submit them to our instructors online at any time.
This course can benefit students, independent learners, teachers and parents.
- Students in a U.S. government or history class can use the course as a test preparation resource, homework help tool or textbook supplement.
- Parents who want to tutor their students on landmark Supreme Court cases access this course at home at any time.
- Teachers can supplement their Supreme Court lessons by integrating course material in the classroom or assigning lessons as homework.
- Casual learners can use the course to study Supreme Court cases at any time that's convenient.
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