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Historical Health Care Policy Research: Primary Sources

Primary Sources

Primary Sources

Primary sources are the raw materials of history; an original document that contains contemporary, first-hand, evidence regarding an historical event, place, time, person, etc.
Examples of Primary Sources:

Tutorial Video 1

Tutorial Video

Examines the difference between primary and secondary sources using the John F. Kennedy assassination.