10/16/2019
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Educators can use dystopian novels, such as "1984" and "The Hunger Games," to engage students in lessons on the US Bill of Rights, writes Pennsylvania high-school history and government teacher Benjamin Barbour. In this article, Barbour writes that lessons can cover topics including censorship, propaganda and current events.

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