history discussion

part one
Answer and explain the following:
What effects did World War II have on the economy and society?
What changes did it bring?
What long-term effects did it have on the U.S. and the world?
Finally, if you are willing to share, what was your family’s experience during the War? Did anyone serve, where? (It’s good to recognize how history has affected us and our family: it reminds us that we are learning about real people, like today.)
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300-400 words
part two

For our reflection this week:
How did the U.S. role in World War II and the Cold War affect our understanding and commitment to freedom and democracy?
in international relations
at home within the U.S. in terms of freedom and equality
Think about this question and then develop your thesis for both 1 and 2.
350-450 words

history discussion

Answer and explain the following:
What effects did World War II have on the economy and society?
What changes did it bring?
What long-term effects did it have on the U.S. and the world?
Finally, if you are willing to share, what was your family’s experience during the War? Did anyone serve, where? (It’s good to recognize how history has affected us and our family: it reminds us that we are learning about real people, like today.)
Search entries or author

5 short answers questions history

answer 5 questions with a short answer
Each Short Answer question should be at least a solid paragraph in length (5-7 sentences), and you must answer all aspects of the question as they relate to the course. Some of these questions may have more than one right answer, so just make sure you explain why you are giving your answer.
the name of book is
The American Yawp: A Massively Collaborative Open Textbook Volume 1: to 1877. Ed: JosephL. Locke and Ben Wright. Stanford Press, 2019.
the free link for the book is
https://www.americanyawp.com/text/wp-content/uploa…

short answer history

answer 5 questions with a short answer
Each Short Answer question should be at least a solid paragraph in length (5-7 sentences), and you must answer all aspects of the question as they relate to the course. Some of these questions may have more than one right answer, so just make sure you explain why you are giving your answer.
the name of book is
The American Yawp: A Massively Collaborative Open Textbook Volume 1: to 1877. Ed: JosephL. Locke and Ben Wright. Stanford Press, 2019.
the free link for the book is
https://www.americanyawp.com/text/wp-content/uploa…

History Question

Choose 2 out of the 5 questions to answer. Each answer should be 1-3 pages. Please submit as ONE file.
QUESTION 1:
Discuss the events leading up the beginning of the civil war. Discuss the reasons the war began.
QUESTION 2:
Think about the new economy of the 1800’s. What were the new inventions that contributed to growth? How did these change the county and society?
QUESTION 3:
Explain the Proslavery argument. Explain the argument for abolition.
Question 4:
Explain the effects slavery had on the economy.
Question 5:
Discuss / Explain the Texas Revolt and the War with Mexico. Why were both of these events significant to the US?

read 4 (short) chapters and summarize in 250-500 words

Hi! this is due by monday night please help
i have attached the notes from class on each chapter.
i have also attatched one of the books, and the other book is too big to attach, so i have attached the link to get the book online! please let me know asap if u can open both books
this is the prompt:
Drawing from McGhee Chapter 8 and Loewen “Progress is Our Most Important Product,” summarize and discuss their arguments regarding environmental issues and climate change. Drawing from McGhee Chapter 10, discuss her concept of the “solidarity dividend.” Do you think it offers a useful path forward for Americans?
Your response should be 250-500 words. i will attach the two books as well
http://library.lol/main/1842958A8CC216C74C8B7E40A9…

Short Answer questions

Each Short Answer question should be at least a solid paragraph in length (5-7 sentences), and you must answer all aspects of the question as they relate to the course.
Question 1 : Give one contribution of the Federalists and one contribution of the Anti-Federalists to the US Constitution as it was formulated by 1791.
Question 2: Provide two ways the North and South were different in antebellum America (i.e. pre-Civil War) due to the proliferation of slavery. Explain.
Question 3 Provide two examples of how the cultural construct of race was applied in antebellum American society to oppress marginalized people.
Question 4 What was the most significant way religion shaped antebellum America?
Question 5 Give one example of the divide between rich and poor during this time period in America. Why was it significant?

of Power: An End to American Exceptionalism, Andrew Bacevich

I. Title page:
Name, class, and date—centered in middle of
page
Title of book (underlined or in italics), and
name of author

II. Intro:
Introduce the author
Introduce the book (Title and briefly what is it
about?).
State author’s thesis and briefly summarize his
content/arguments.

III. Body:
Each section of your paper should address
different parts of the book or different
arguments presented in the book. However,
always try to connect your examples back to
Bacevich’s thesis.
This may also be in the form of arguments
made about different time periods or stages
within a time period.
Use key parts of the book.
(quotations/paraphrasing) to demonstrate
how the author supports his or her thesis.
You may add your assessment (analysis/view
on the author’s arguments) within each
paragraph or in separate paragraphs.
Make sure to evaluate the author’s arguments
in terms of whether or not they are
convincing, well researched, and
logical. If the author’s work could contribute
to the public’s understanding of the topic you
may comment on that as well.
If you choose to disagree with the author you
should do so strictly on academic grounds–i.e.
use a reason-based argument to counter her
or his argument.

IV. Conclusion
Evaluation of the author’s success or failure to
substantiate his or her thesis with
evidence(examples), analysis, and
argumentation.
Evaluate the book’s contribution to history,
the public’s knowledge of the subject,
“readability” and style.

MLA, APA, and Chicago are all accepted.

***DO NOT USE ANY ONLINE SOURCES!! ONLY THE BOOK!!***

Note: You do not need a works cited page or
bibliography since you are only using one book.
However, you do need to cite Bacevich and the page
when you use quotations or paraphrasing.

Don’t worry about the cover page- I will do that

Empire Building: Colonization and Semi-Colonization (India and China)

Materials:
Lecture 11 – Empire Building: Colonization and Semi-Colonization (India and China) (Links to an external site.)
Textbook – Chapter 5
The Mysterious Chinese Art Heists (Links to an external site.)
In Our Time: The Opium Wars (Links to an external site.)
Purpose:
This discussion post is designed to evaluate your ability to make broader, analytical connections from the past to contemporary events. Your discussion post should reflect your critical analysis of the past and present.
Directions:
1. Watch the lecture in its entirety. Watch the podcast and short youtube clip.
2. Based on the lecture (my lecture), respond to the following prompt:
What were the key factors that led to the colonization and semi-colonization of India and China?
3. Use evidence (names, dates, events etc.) to fully substantiate your point. Avoid being vague. Use specifics.
4. Analyze the evidence carefully, and present your own interpretations. Do not simply recapitulate the lecture word for word with minor alterations in syntax.
Guidelines and Requirements:
1. A minimum of 350 words. By all means, feel free to write more.
2. Use formal, well-written English. You will be penalized points if your discussion post is sloppy and incomprehensible.
3. Read other students’ posts. Give a “Like” to those students who you feel have done an exceptional job (please, don’t arbitrarily “Like” all posts). Feel free to — politely and respectfully — comment on other student’s posts. Nodding your head in agreement to everyone’s post can be quite boring. Argument — in a respective and intelligent language — is a bit more fun =), so please, feel free to debate.

This assignment requires you to use your imagination and pretend that you are a Silk Roads traveler. This submission

This assignment requires you to use your imagination and pretend that you are a Silk Roads traveler. This submission is your diary, and you must respond to all the questions below in your diary entry. Please write in the first-person (e.g., “Today is ______, and my name is _______…” MAKE UP A NAME)

You must respond to all parts of the following six questions. Please use the attached files to do this and nothing else.
Your final response should be between 1-2 typed, double-spaced pages (or 250-300 words)

Questions to respond to within your diary entry:

1. What is the date? Please either put a date (year) at the top of your diary entry, or include it in your narrative.
2. What is your name, and where are you from (please say the CITY that you are from)? Briefly describe the landscape/geography of the area that you come from. What kinds of challenges do you face as a result of your surrounding geography?
3. What is your job, and what kind of duties do you have for that job?
4. What is your religion? Please explain at least two rituals or practices that you regularly do as part of your religion.
5. In your travels along the Silk Roads, what are two items that you have received in a trade? Why did you need those products? What did you trade for them?
6. Please discuss one food or meal that you have eaten to sustain yourself on your travels (the food must be something mentioned in the Fruit from the Sands: The Silk Road Origins of the Foods we Eat readings).