TEKS Expectation 7.13B

7.13B Compare the principles and concepts of the Texas Constitution to the U.S. Constitution, including the Texas and U.S. Bill of Rights.
Belongs to Statement 7.13: The student understands the basic principles reflected in the Texas Constitution.

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A New Deal for Texas Parks
American Enterprise Forum
Celebrating Texas
Celebrating Texas
Civilian Conservation Corps in Texas
Curriculum Guide for Teaching Texas History
Depression, Droughts and Dust Bowl
Dr Pepper Company
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Failed Diplomacy: The Zimmerman Telegram
Hazardous Business: Industry, Regulation, and the Texas Railroad Commission
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Image Gallery for the Curriculum Guide For Teaching Texas History
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Jefferson, Texas: An Economics Lesson
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Minerals in Texas
Out of the Dust: Visions of Dust Bowl History
Piecing Together History: A Turn-of-the-Century African American Farmstead
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Stagecoaching in Texas
Stanley Marcus: Leader, Innovator, Merchant
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Texas Association of Business
Texas Boomtowns: The Impact of Oil Discovery on a Community
Texas City, Texas: An Economic Disaster
Texas Economics - Eras and Individuals
Texas Economics, Politics, and Society
Texas Originals: Billy Lee Brammer
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The Great Cattle Drive Era
The Great Depression: The Economics of Survival
The Kishi Farm: Japanese Immigrants to Texas
Timber! - The Texas Lumber Industry
Transportation in Texas
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