Explore the Council House, where government officials with the Cherokee Nation once gathered.
Members of the Supreme Court of the Cherokee Nation met in this building located in New Echota, which is now present-day Georgia.
Using archival news footage, primary sources, and interview segments originally filmed for Eyes on the Prize, but not included in the final broadcast, this collection captures the voices, images...
Overview: Which economic system is "better?" The answer depends on what the goals of a society are. In this lesson, you will learn about a variety of goals and how different systems prioritize those goals.
Overview: First-come-first-served? Price? Sharing? Figuring out who gets what can be complicated! This lesson will help you understand a variety of methods people use to divide up resources, goods, and services.
Overview: It's no secret that government is significantly involved in the U.S. Economy. But do you know all the things the various levels of government do in the economy? This lesson will help you understand the complex ways the government interacts with the U.S. Economy.
Overview: Is it accurate to say that one group of people live "better" than another? The concept of standard of living tries to answer that question - but sometimes comes up short. This lesson explains why.
Overview: How may pushups can you do in 30 seconds? How many text messages can you send in 30 seconds? What would happen if you had to do pushups AND send text messages at the same time? A production possibilites curve can show you.
Overview: Money, goods, and services are constantly being exchanged. Understanding who is making these exchanges and where they are made will help you understand the important role of interdependence in the U.S. and global economy.
Overview: This concept helps explain why when prices of goods and services increase, more goods and services are likely to appear in the market.
Overview: As a consumer, you probably understand that prices affect your willingness and ability to buy things. This lesson will help to clarify and visualize that relationship.
Overview: Producer decisions are affected by many things other than prices. Learn what those things are in this lesson.
Overview: Consumer decisions are affected by many things other than prices. Learn what those things are in this lesson.
Overview: Limited resources, unlimited wants. Any study of economics starts here!
Overview: When someone says "prices are set by supply and demand" what do they really mean? This concept helps clarify how market prices actually work.