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Political theories that you will use to analyze political movements.
Secondary resources: Resources which are written after the fact and give context to the political movement you are studying. Secondary sources often analyze primary sources in order to reconstruct or give context to events.
Encyclopedias, political dictionaries or bibliographies, academic articles, books can all be secondary resources.
Primary resources: Resources created in the time period you are looking at.