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International Politics

What is a primary source? 

A primary source provides first hand account of a topic or an event, from people that experienced it. 

Primary sources can include: speeches, diaries, letters, interviews, radio and television broadcasts created at the time of the event, posters, paintings, maps, photographs, pamphlets, legal and official documents, survey data, and manuscripts.

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