Chapter 1: Do you think revolution can ever be justified today?
Chapter 2: What does Maya Angelou mean when she says, "History, despite its wrenching pain/Cannot be unlived, and if faced/With courage, need not be lived again"?
Chapter 3: Why do you think the Constitution did not mention slavery directly?
Chapter 4: Do you think voting should be a privilege or a right?
Chapter 5: Would you like to see other rights included in the Bill of Rights?
Chapter 6: Why did Frederick Douglass think that freedom of speech was so important?
Chapter 7: Do you think the nation's attitude toward immigrants is different today than it was in the 19th century?
Chapter 8: Why was the period of Reconstruction called "the second American Revolution"?
Chapter 9: What if the courts had upheld "equal protection" for all citizens?
Chapter 10: Today Americans can express their opinions freely without fear of consequences: True/False
Chapter 11: Why do you think "grave threats to liberty" seem to come so often in U.S. history?
Chapter 12: Why do you think young people played such an important role in the Civil Rights Movement?
Chapter 13: Do you think the "rights revolution" went too far, or not far enough?
Chapter 14: How far would you go to stand up for your rights?
Chapter 15: Do we have to give up rights to be safe? How many? Which ones?