The United States has always been conflicted about its role in international affairs. There are many historical examples where these divergent beliefs can be examined. One ideal topic students can research to analyze Americans’ conflicting beliefs about the country’s role in international affairs is the Bricker Amendment. In this article, I explore how activities about the Bricker Amendment allow high school students to examine different perspectives about the U.S. role in international affairs. The steps and resources needed to implement the activity in my article are provided.
"Researching the U.S. Role in Foreign Politics with the Bricker Amendement,"
The Councilor: A Journal of the Social Studies: Vol. 81
, Article 4.
Available at: https://thekeep.eiu.edu/the_councilor/vol81/iss2/4