Unit #11: Identify the critical issues of the upcoming elections. OR Unit #12: Identify the major problems and issues of the U.S. in the next decades. Note: This professor is very particular about the way things need to be cited. Please create a clear thesis statement after the introduction paragraph. I’ve attached a research log… Continue reading Unit #11: Identify the critical issues of the upcoming elections.
Review the following section from Chapter 20: “The Great Depression” and the relevant sections of Chapter 21. Identify and incorporate at least one additional outside source to support your discussion. In addition to the textbook, you may use any material outside of the textbook that is recommended in the Additional Reading section at the end… Continue reading Review the following section from Chapter 20: “The Great Depression” and the rel
Begin the essay by choosing a value, ideal or concept that is generally important throughout American History. This will serve as the general topic of your essay. For example, you might choose liberty, opportunity, justice, religion, individuality, democracy, equality, or strength. If you wish to write about another value, ideal, or concept as your topic,… Continue reading Begin the essay by choosing a value, ideal or concept that is generally importan
Watch the following mini-bio and listen to the following podcast. Then write a summary of each. EACH summary should be a MINIMUM of eight sentences, should cover the material from beginning to end, and should include absolutely NO information that is not specifically covered in the video and podcast. Please proofread your answers before you… Continue reading Watch the following mini-bio and listen to the following podcast. Then write a s
A straightforward academic essay, discuss US history from the writing of the constitution to 1877 and how the struggle over slavery and the treatment of black people was instrumental in defining US policies, wars, society, culture, and conflict between the states. Use these resources to write out the essay.
Chapter 14 DBQ What was the Anaconda Plan and what did suggest about the coming war? Which states were the “border states” and what did Lincoln promise them to prevent their secession? What did the Battle of Bull Run at Manassas, Virginia suggest about the U.S. Civil War? What was “King Cotton Diplomacy”? Under what… Continue reading Chapter 14 DBQ
What was the Anaconda Plan and what did suggest about the coming
one of the essays I turned in from you guys I was told the essay made 0 sense there are no quotes included in this essay you need evidence from the book to support the topic of the essay I NEED QUOTES FROM THE BOOK Atleast up 5 quotes from the book including the page… Continue reading one of the essays I turned in from you guys I was told the essay made 0 sense th
Urban Planning Report for Council [WLOS: 1, 3] [CLOS: 1, 2, 3, 4] For this assignment, you will assume the role of Urban Planning Director. You will develop a report that will provide a detailed plan for a specific policy, department, or geographic area for your selected municipality’s city council. This report provides you an… Continue reading Urban Planning Report for Council
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Write a four to five page double spaced paper that responds to the following questions. Number one; for each example, explain how one area came to control the other and what that control looked like. What countries were involved? Was control established through military action, through diplomacy, through economic pressure, through cultural control, or some… Continue reading Write a four to five page double spaced paper that responds to the following que
My thesis is “There is not one specific event that made Ralph Waldo Emerson an abolitionist, instead it is a compilation of events that pivoted his perspective of slavery during the 19th century.” This is my thesis statement but I am open to it being revised/edited as long it’s a topic along those lines. –… Continue reading My thesis is “There is not one specific event that made Ralph Waldo Emerson an a