Georgia was first settled by the British and transitioned from a trustee to a royal colony during its formative years. Early colonial life and culture is surveyed, with profiles of Georgia’s diverse inhabitants and comparisons between different colonial regions of North America.
Chapter 6: The Founding of Georgia
Chapter 7: Life of the People in Colonial Georgia
Beginning with the landmark Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education, the United States embarked on a journey that lasted at least for another decade, to bring equality under the law. While Georgia faced its own challenges to ending segregation it moved slowly towards progress as the state’s economy modernized, grew and took on an expanding role in the global economy.
A closer look at Georgia’s state and local governments is offered detailing the organization, powers, and role of each of the three branches of government.
Equilibrium prices are set when supply and demand move freely. What happens, though, when prices are forced to be set above or below the market equilibrium? This lesson explains.