All Eyes on Iowa

December 2007
Weekly Reader News - Senior;12/14/2007, Vol. 86 Issue 14, p8
A quiz about the percentage of votes received by several U.S. Presidents in Iowa caucuses is presented in an effort to teach children how to read a chart.


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