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What were the most important New Deal programs which created:
permanent safety net for individuals
economic safeguards for future stability

Choose several programs for each and explain why they have been important.
In conclusion, what do you think needs to be improved on for safety in the 21st century? (ex. more banking regulation, Medicare for all, environmental regulation, etc.) How does President Biden’s infrastructure investment plan resemble the New Deal? Thoughts?
Book: Give me liberty: an American history by Eric Finer sixth edition

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permanent safety net for individuals
economic safeguards for future stability

Choose several programs for each and explain why they have been important.
In conclusion, what do you think needs to be improved on for safety in the 21st century? (ex. more banking regulation, Medicare for all, environmental regulation, etc.) How does President Biden’s infrastructure investment plan resemble the New Deal? Thoughts?
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SA ref 5 History Assignment Help For this reflection:
How and why did the U.S. become involved in Vietnam?
What mistakes were made there?
What lessons came out of the experience? Did we forget these lessons in future conflicts?
Book: give me liberty: an American history by Eric Foner sixth edition

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Instructions:
This interview can be done in person, by phone, or via e-mail.
Choose one:
An elected official at the local, state, or federal level
Someone outside government who is engaged in community organizing
A pastor, to find out how he might understand Christian civil and community engagement
An officer or leader of a nonpartisan civic organization, such as Rotary, Kiwanis, PTA, Chamber of Commerce, etc.
Write a two-page paper (double-spaced, with title page, and reference page if needed) describing the interview. You should introduce your interviewee and incorporate your questions into your paper in the correct format.
Questions should not be phrased in a way that they could be answered with a yes or no. Bad question: Do you think Christians should be involved in local government?
Good question: How should Christians be involved in local government?

(Hint: Questions that begin with “how” or “what” tend to be good.)
When writing the interview, keep yourself out of the picture. Bad writing: I asked if Christians should be involved. He said yes. I asked if local governments could do anything about abortion. He said no.
Better writing: John Smith took some time on September 12 to speak with me about the Christian’s role in government (last time you appear in the paper). Smith believes that Christians have even more responsibility to be involved than non-Christians. He thinks Christians should…

In other words, you do not have to write out the question. Make that clear from your writing. If you are repeating the person’s exact words, use quotation marks; if not, introduce an indirect quote with “that.”
Example: Smith said, “Christians make the best government employees.” OR
Smith thinks that Christians are the best public servants. (Notice that I paraphrased here.)
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A short History of WWII to write summary of each chapter

A short History of WWII to write summary of each chapter.

it’s using the book A short History of WWII to write summery of each chapter
It’s 5 facts or theme for each chapter
so i don’t think it’s going to be more than 1 page
about 8 chapters
5 sentences for each chapter
Read Chapter 1 in “A Short History of WWII”
Decide what five facts or theme you think are important.
this is the instruction my professor gave me
“A Short History of World War II
James L. Stokesbury

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Ancient Roman Civilization

“What contribution or characteristic (positive or negative) of ancient Roman civilization helps explain its significance in history?” An example is aqueducts. Your composition must be 200 to 300 words; do an online word count and include it at the end of the essay. In addition, you must show critical thinking by supporting your thesis points with factual statements from three different sources. The first to be used is the textbook, with the remainder coming from the databases found at the GTC libraries (start here for options: http://libguides.gvltec.edu/c.php?g=37418[supanova_question]

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A short History of WWII to write summary of each chapter History Assignment Help American History Before 1877Research Topic: Was Slavery the Cause of Civil Wars in America?Was Slavery the Cause of Civil Wars in America?Research Questions1. Did the adamant differences between the union and the southern states lead to civil wars in America?2. Were the ideological differences between the south and northern states fueled the civil war?3. What was the role of slavery in the development of the civil war?ThesisThe role of slavery in the United States civil war before 1877 has remained a controversial topic in history. The origins of the nation’s 1860–1861 slavery dilemma date back to the country’s creation. In the 1500s, early English settlers introduced a system of slavery to the western hemisphere, and colonialists increasingly relied on imported slaves from Africa. By the early 1700s, slavery meant African enslavement in British North America (Noyalas, 2021). Slave labor was used on southern plantations to produce essential crops for export, including rice, tobacco, and forest products that sustained the American colonies. Numerous Northern entrepreneurs made their fortunes in slavery or exporting slave labor goods (Jones, 2020). Slavery in Africa was essential in the foundation of Colonial America. North America grew more pro-worker and pro-farmer as time passed, especially in the decades surrounding the Civil War. Slavery was not acceptable in this worldview. Numerous Northerners resented its expansion into what they saw as the ancestral homeland of free, white men (Bothwell, 2018). The country ended up split into two, with each side believing that their ideology was fair and legitimate. The division fueled a war that shaped the history of America, and the victory of the north defined the country to what it is currently. However, the roles slavery played in the civil war is still debatable.ReferencesBothwell, R. (2018). The Divided Ground: Indians, Settlers, and the Northern Borderland of the American Revolution; The Civil War of 1812: American Citizens, British Subjects, Irish Rebels, [supanova_question]

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Discussion question

Discussion question.

You likely pay about 6% of your paycheck (12% if you are self-employed. Employers match the 6% tax you pay if you are employed, but self-employed people pay the full amount) into Social Security. You may see this as FICA on your paycheck stub. The government taxes your income and uses the money they taxed to maintain a pension fund upon which you may draw in case of long term disability or retirement (between 62 and 67 depending upon when you were born). Should the U.S. government tax people and maintain a pension fund for citizens in the form of Social Security, essentially forcing them to save for retirement, or should the government let people make their own decisions with their money?
Look at the text of the U.S. Constitution found in the appendix of your book, and find and read the first 10 amendments (also known as the Bill of Rights) as well as the 14th amendment. Relate a personal experience under which you exercised a Constitutional right guaranteed by the Bill of Rights. Explain with a minimum of an 8-10 sentence paragraph.
The Hitler-led genocidal acts of the Holocaust were egregious and infamous, but similar acts occurred both in the late 19th/early 20th century (Belgian Congo, Armenia, Namibia, and India) and in the post-war world (Cambodia, Rwanda, Yugoslavia, China, and Russia). During the war, the Japanese committed similar atrocities in China, most notably in Nanking. The people committing the acts of genocide did not think they were committing inhumane or evil acts, rather, they believed they were acting for the good of their country or cause. Does the history of genocide described in this chapter teach us that it is important for the international community to intervene militarily when genocidal acts are committed?
Respond to a minimum of two other students with a 3-5 sentence paragraph.

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History Question

Submit a research paper of 3,000-3,750 words (12-15 pages if the template is used properly) excluding references and cover page.
Be sure to include the following:
Affirm your thesis on the approved research topic you have selected.
Evaluate relevant and valid research that reflects the ethical standards in the discipline of history.
Demonstrate proper interpretation of historical sources.
Utilize research to validate your ideas and supporting claims.
Use only sources found at the GCU Library or those provided in Course and/or Topic Materials.
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.
This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. Refer to the LopesWrite Technical Support articles for assistance.
Benchmark Information
This Benchmark Assignment assesses the following History Program Competencies:
BA History and BA Public History programs:
2.5: Model the ethical standards of the field of history.
BA History for Secondary Education program:
6.5: Model the ethical standards of the field of history.
4.5: Explain historical concepts to others through presentation.
BA History for Secondary Education program:
8.5: Explain historical concepts to others through presentation.
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Discussion question History Assignment Help PROMPT: Discuss the connection between the story of Queen Lili?uokalani and American imperialism. Your discussion should include some information on the reasons for American imperialism and the impact on Hawaii and the Hawaiian people. (Be sure to watch the documentary (“Hawaii’s Last Queen”) before beginning this discussion.
SOURCES:
PLEASE WATCH: https://www.dailymotion.com/video/xt2kg (THIS LINK MUST BE WATCHED)

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Define and explain the significance of five of the following terms in relation to the material and topics we’ve covered in lecture. Each term should get a paragraph. In addition, you are to link the different terms to one another by expressing an overarching relationship between them. The entire quiz should be roughly 350-600 words. For a short example, see the sample quiz. 1. Abd al-Rahman III 2. Hasdai Ibn Shaprut 3. New Style of Hebrew Poetry in Medieval Spain 4. “Love in Me Stirs” 5. Almohads 6. The Guide for the Perplexed (CHOOSE ONLY 5)[supanova_question]

The paper proposal should introduce your topic and how it figures Essay

The paper proposal should introduce your topic and how it figures into the larger issues of our class. You may want to address some of the source materials we have engaged with in class or themes we have read (or will read) in contextualizing your own research project.

Be careful in citing texts within your paper and always reference arguments which are not your own – whether you paraphrase ideas or quote word for word references.

In addition to the paper discussion, please provide an annotated bibliography. The bibliography should include both primary and secondary sources.

For the bibliography, at least 4-5 secondary sources and 1-3 primary sources would be good. Some of you will rely principally on one primary source (oral history, memoir, newspaper articles, political speeches, biographies, film, novels, short stories, etc.); others of you will engage with several. It will depend on the nature of your topic. Provide the publishing information for each source (author, title, city of publication, publishing house, year of publication) and a brief descriiption (1-2 sentences) of why each source will be important for your paper.
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1. Initial Post Instructions For the initial post, pick three (3) Essay

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Initial Post Instructions
For the initial post, pick three (3) of the leading causes of the American Civil War:

The Compromise of 1850
The Fugitive Slave Law 1850
Uncle Tom’s Cabin 1852
The Kansas Nebraska Act 1854
The Dred Scott Case of 1857
The Lincoln Douglas Debates 1858
Then, address following for your selection:

Based on the historical facts given in this module, assess if the American Civil War was inevitable.

Minimum of 1 scholarly source

2.
Initial Post Instructions
For the initial post, craft a response comparing the three (3) Reconstruction plans:

-Proclamation of Amnesty and Reconstruction (10% Plan) – Lincoln
-Andrew Johnson’s Reconstruction Plan
-Congressional Reconstruction Plan (Congress)
Then, address the following for your selection:

Explain how the American culture and society changed in the North versus the South during Reconstruction.

Minimum of 1 scholarly source

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Tears: We Shall Remain-film 5

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Historiography is the study on how historians create their perspectives of history. In this discussion, we examine how historians discuss the origins of the Cold War.

Instructions

There are three prominent schools of thought on the origins of the Cold War: Traditionalists, Revisionists, and Post-Revisionists. In Lecture 1, we read articles about each of these prominent scholarly positions.

Write a 250-300 word post on at least two different interpretations of the origins of the Cold War. Which, if any, do you agree with, and why. Make sure you support your answers with evidence from the articles provided in Lecture 1, with appropriate footnotes.
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Write about 4 historical experiences. I.e national monuments, historical art, historical events. Must use at least two different types of sources. 1700 words. Plus 1 page that is a brief descriiption of 4 experiences and their source.

You can view this recording for more information on instructions:

Use the link below to access the recording:
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African peoples were pulled into the European wars of the early twentieth century, namely World War I and World War I. How did these conflicts affect African peoples in colonized countries? Were these conflicts influential in bringing about the independence era that followed World War II? You may consider Africa as a whole and/or focus on one or two African countries in particular.[supanova_question]

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reflection homework

reflection homework.

What were the most important New Deal programs which created:
permanent safety net for individuals
economic safeguards for future stability

Choose several programs for each and explain why they have been important.
In conclusion, what do you think needs to be improved on for safety in the 21st century? (ex. more banking regulation, Medicare for all, environmental regulation, etc.) How does President Biden’s infrastructure investment plan resemble the New Deal? Thoughts?

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Blog post and peer response

For this week’s discussion blog, please answer the following questions:
1. In our textbook, what happens in the chapter, “US Triumphalism and Peacetime Colonialism”? What quote/section stood out to you most, and what connections did you notice to our course materials so far?
2. In our textbook, what is Dunbar-Ortiz referring to with the “Ghost Dance Prophecy”? Please include specifics from the chapter, and explain how it connects to the Occupation of Alcatraz.
3. What did the “Indian New Deal” entail, and how did it relate to previous US-Indian relations?
4. According to Prof. Mayfield’s lecture, what did tribal termination policies entail? What did the relocation policies entail?
5. According to the readings and Prof. Mayfield’s lecture, how did the American Indian Civil Rights movement emerge?
6. Describe the goals and significance of the Occupation of Alcatraz based on this week’s readings and documentary. What scenes from the documentary stood out to you most, and why?
7. After, thoroughly interpret and rhetorically analyze the Alcatraz Proclamation based on the historical context we’ve learned so far. Consider the following: purpose, tone, word choice, historical allusions, intended audience, context etc.
Don’t forget that your initial post in response to the prompt must be at least 400 words minimum, and remember to also post a peer response of at least 200 words as well!

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Should the country embrace the practice begun by the Washington administration in which candidates were not allowed “to take to the streets” with their ideas? Also, should there be such negative and hostile campaigning styles that were present in the John Adams and Donald Trump eras?
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HIST101 What do you understand as the characteristics of a “civilization”?

Section 1: Short Answers (4 points each, 32 total)Choose EIGHT of the following ten questions and answer each in around 10-30 words. These answers do not need to be complete sentences.
What do you understand as the characteristics of a “civilization”?
What was the major lesson from Sulla’s civil war and the ease at which the First Triumvirate seized power in the Roman Republic?
What was “Romanitas”? What Greek value did it compare to?
Other than playing the role as “bad guy” from the Greek perspective, what was a major contribution of the Persian Empire to Western Civilization?
What was the “Bronze Age Collapse” and why did it happen?
The idea of “god” or “gods” changed drastically in the ancient world. List differences between how most ancient Mesopotamian cultures viewed their gods versus how the Romans interacted with their gods.
Succinctly explain the idea of Greek Tragedy and Comedy.
How did Rome’s emphasis on militarism define the Roman Republic and its relationship with neighboring cultures?
What is the definition of “The West” or “Western” we have been using in this course?
Define “historical empathy” in your own words.
Section 2: Longer Answers (8 points each, 32 total)Choose FOUR of the following six questions and answer each in a couple short sentences. Please do not exceed four concise sentences (and please do not string out a sentence with tons of commas or run-ons)!
Explain a few major differences and similarities between the Athens and Sparta poleis.
What were some of the values evident in Ancient Roman society from their embrace of the Remus and Romulus origin story?
What do you think were the two most important technological or scientific advanced by Greeks? Why?
Do you think Romans, Ancient Greeks, or some other ancient civilization we discussed in class had a greater impact on modern Western society? Why?
What effect did Alexander the Great have upon both the spread of Greek culture and the suppression (or destruction) of non-Greek culture?
How did slavery function in Ancient Greece and the Roman Republic? How many people were enslaved generally, and how little freedom did they enjoy (provide examples)?
Section 3: Essay Question (35 points)Choose ONE of the following two questions and answer to the best of your ability using course materials. There is no minimum or maximum answer length, but please constrain your answer to 4-5 short paragraphs (maybe 300-500 words). On the flipside, these questions cannot be effectively answered with just 50 words!
Imagine you are an average woman born into an average family in an ancient civilization. Your life would have been very different depending on when and where you happened to be born. Choose three of the following five times and places, now compare an average woman’s life in each of these civilizations. Focus on the features of everyday life, both good and bad. Hint: Simply saying “It was bad everywhere” is not the answer!
Ur, 7500 BCE
Sparta, 500 BCE
Athens, 400 BCE
Rome, 200 BCE
Alexandria (Egypt), 50 BCE
A major theme in this class so far as been the development of democratic practices and ideals. Both Ancient Greeks and Romans practiced some form of democracy. How did democracy function in these places? How did it change? Who was allowed and not allowed to participate? And how did less powerful people, typically the poor, affect change even without direct access to power?
Section 4: Extra Credit (4 points)Tell me two things you have learned so far in class that have been relevant to your daily life or simply interesting.

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