...written history is a dialogue among historians, not only about what happened but about why and how events unfolded. The study of history is not only remembering answers. It requires following and evaluating arguments and arriving at usable, even if tentative, conclusions based on the available evidence.
Writing Tip!: Compare and contrast differing sets of ideas, values, personalities, behaviors, and institutions by identifying likenesses and differences, intentions, values, ideas, beliefs, interests, hopes, strengths/weaknesses, and fears.
Historical Analysis and Interpretation. National Center for History in the Schools, UCLA, n.d. Web. 10 Feb. 2014
Web/Wikipedia look up -1920s (what was going on, what had recently affected the U.S.?)
Bain News Service. Astrid of Belg. 1927. George Grantham Bain Collection.
What a shocking hair style you have!