N.H. high-school students flash back to the '60s with symposium

06/4/2013 | Telegraph (Nashua, N.H.), The

Students in New Hampshire's Nashua High School North's Advanced Placement U.S. History class didn't spend much class time learning about the tumultuous 1960s as their AP exam loomed. To cover this gap, the school's annual Social Studies Honors Symposium included subjects such as the Vietnam War, race relations, culture and music of the era with this year's program titled, "1968: Crucible of a Nation."

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