CLIO: A History Journal Written and Produced by AP American History Students (By Dr. David Morgan, Humanities Instructor)

I’m very proud to introduce this first volume of Clio, The History Journal of St. Michael’s Catholic Academy, a collection of student papers based on primary research written for the Advanced Placement American History course, selected, edited and compiled by student editors led by Ms. Caverlee Dahill.

The selection process was based on the quality of research and writing, as well as a consideration of the general interest invoked by their subjects. Almost all of the research was based on the electronic records of the National Security Archive of George Washington University, which has been conducting an ongoing process of receiving, cataloging, digitizing and reviewing materials declassified under the Freedom of Information Act. Therefore, these papers represent original research by their student-authors based on newly released sources, some of which have not yet been synthesized and published by professional historians.

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