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The poem "Paul Revere's Ride" tells the story of Paul Revere, whose ride through greater Boston one night in 1775 helped spark the American Revolution.Pair “Paul Revere’s Ride” with “Benedict Arnold: Two Sides of a Bitter Coin” and ask students to discuss how these two Revolutionary men are remembered in United States history. What values do they represent in American culture and history?
In this satirical text, a loyal subject of Great Britain doubts whether America will succeed as a country with its new Declaration of Independence.Pair “Benedict Arnold: Two Sides of a Bitter Coin” with “The Declaration of America’s Immense Offense” and ask students to discuss themes of loyalty and nationality in regards to the relationship between the United States and Great Britain. Why were some colonists loyal to the British king throughout the American Revolution?
Why did Aldrich Ames, former C.I.A. agent, betray his country to spy for the K.G.B.?Pair “Benedict Arnold: Two Sides of a Bitter Coin” with “What Makes Aldrich Ames Tick” and ask students to analyze what caused these two individuals to betray their country. What motivated them? How were their motivations similar and different?