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Oklahoma History Academic Standards

OKH.6.4 Summarize the impact of individual Oklahomans’ leadership on state and national politics including political realignment.

Oklahoma History Center Education Resources

Danney Goble, "Government and Politics"
Ronald Keith Gaddie, "Democratic Party"
Ronald Keith Gaddie, "Republican Party"
Erin M. Sloan, "Albert, Carl Bert"
Bob Burke, "Bartlett, Dewey Follett"
Todd J. Kosmerick, "Belcher, Page Henry"
Carolyn G. Hanneman, "Bellmon, Henry Louis"
Jerry E. Stephens, "Bohanon, Luther Lee"
Bob Burke, "Boren, David Lyle"
Carolyn G. Hanneman, "Brewster, Billy Kent"
Todd J. Kosmerick, "Camp, John Newbold"
Linda D. Wilson, "Carson, Brad"
Matthew Rex Cox, "Coburn, Thomas Allen"
Linda D. Wilson, "Cole, Thomas Jeffery"
Todd J. Kosmerick, "Edmondson, Edmond Augustus"
Billy Joe Davis, "Edmondson, James Howard"
Todd J. Kosmerick, "Edwards, Marvin Henry"
Bob Burke, "Hall, David"
Richard Lowitt, "Harris, Fred Roy"
Carolyn G. Hanneman, "English, Glenn Lee, Jr."
Linda D. Wilson, "Fallin, Mary Newt Copeland"
David Norris, "Gary, Raymond Dancel"
Dianna Everett, "Inhofe, James Mountain"
Dianna Everett, "Istook, Ernest James, Jr."
Carolyn G. Hanneman, "Jarman, John H."
Carolyn G. Hanneman, "Jones, James Robert"
Dianna Everett, "Keating, Francis Anthony II"
Linda D. Wilson, "Lankford, James Paul"
Dianna Everett, "Largent, Steve"
Carolyn G. Hanneman, "Lucas, Frank Dean"
Todd J. Kosmerick, "McCurdy, David Keith"
Dianna Everett, "Nickles, Donald Lee"
Bob Burke, "Nigh, George Patterson"
Todd J. Kosmerick, "Synar, Michael Lynn"
Bob Burke, "Walters, David Lee"
Rebecca Watkins, "Watkins, Wesley Wade"
Dianna Everett, "Watts, Julius Caesar, Jr."

Research Center Resources

LeRoy Henry Fischer, Oklahoma's Governors, 1955–1979: Growth and Reform (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: 1985)
List of Governors

Audio/Visual

Online Primary Sources

Oklahoma Legislature
US House of Representatives
US Senate

Additional Resources

"Oklahoma Passage Telecourse #112 Politics & Government - Unit 3, Lesson 2," 1991-08-28, OETA, American Archive of Public Broadcasting
Carl Albert Congressional Research and Studies Center
"Carl Albert," Oklahoma Hall of Fame



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