13.5 Doing History: Making an Argument 4545 unread replies.4545 replies. Doing History: Making an Argument In 1852, Harriet Beecher Stowe drafted her antislavery novel, “Uncle Tom’s Cabin.” Stowe’s book was fictional, but based on stories about escaped slaves she had read and heard about. While the book was fiction, it was the first time… Continue reading
13.5 Doing History: Making an Argument
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14.5 Doc Analysis: Secession 4545 unread replies.4545 replies. Document Analysis: Secession Please read Mississippi’s Ordinance of Secession. Available below: A Declaration of the Immediate Causes which Induce and Justify the Secession of the State of Mississippi from the Federal Union. In the momentous step which our State has taken of dissolving its connection with… Continue reading
14.5 Doc Analysis: Secession
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draw comparisons between the severity of the Soviet and terrorist threats. The Soviet threat should be considered in the context of the start of the Cold War, 1945-1955. How were the threats different/similar? Which threat was more serious? Offer an opinion, based on the relevant historical evidence. This is your argument, prove the argument with… Continue reading draw comparisons between the severity of the Soviet and terrorist threats. The
It is clear the New Frontier and the Great Society were a commitment of hope and promise, but did everyone in the U. S. benefit from that hope and promise? Why weren’t these presidential initiatives successful for all? What were the reasons behind the ultimate failure of the Great Society?
Objective: The purpose of this assignment is to develop your research and citation skills by creating a bibliography for your final assignment. You will need to include a minimum of four citations, following specific source criteria. Instructions: Step 1: Research Sources 1. You should have already selected a research topic related to your course… Continue reading
Objective: The purpose of this assignment is to develop your research and cita
1. The discussion for this week is on the video clip on New York during the period leading up the the Civil War. The prompt for this weeks discussion is: What was New York’s reaction to the growing tensions between the North and the South? New York Disc 2 02 Toward a Civil War… Continue reading 1.
The discussion for this week is on the video clip on New York during the pe
1. Analyzing Global Developments: Deng Xiaoping and China’s So-Called Economic Miracle How do China’s GDP overall growth rates and per capita growth rates compare with those of Britain during the industrial revolution and hte United States from 1850 to 1989? How do you account for any extreme difference? Why have Deng Xiaoping and his… Continue reading 1.
Analyzing Global Developments: Deng Xiaoping and China’s So-Called Economic
1. Comparing and Contextualizing Totalitarianism, Analyzing the context of Totalitarianism Read Primary Sources 19.1, 19.2 and 19.3 and answer the following: How does Arendt’s view of totalitarianism apply to the three subsequent documents? To which document does the term totalitarian seem most appropriate? To which does it apply least well? What role do ordinary… Continue reading 1.
Comparing and Contextualizing Totalitarianism, Analyzing the context of Tot
Mark Twain referred to the late 1800s as the Gilded Age. What did Twain mean by this, and do you think this is an accurate label for the period? Why or why not?
1. Watch this video on the Boxer Rebellion Links to an external site.(https://www.youtube.com/watch?si=Y-18lUI8ZBnuxhxe&v=JSe8FmYlYdk&feature=youtu.be)Review this website https://omniatlas.com/maps/asia-pacific/19000616/Links to an external site. These will help you gain insight to the topic. Create a two-column chart that explains the events of the Boxer Rebellion through the perspectives described in the featured sources. Sources: Excerpt from Fei Ch’i-hao’s… Continue reading 1.
Watch this video on the Boxer Rebellion Links to an external site.(https://