Using specific examples and line numbers from both the Emancipation Proclamation and the Gettysburg Address, explain Lincoln’s practical and idealistic views regarding ending the Civil War.
Gerald K. Smith, Huey Long is a Superman, http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/5107 Hodding Carter, He’s a Demagogue, That’s What He Is http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/5108 Above are two papers we read. The paper needs to answer the following: How did editorial list think of Huey Long and why? was this accurate? how did that propelled him to power but thought of […]
Write a brief but comprehensive and detailed history of the Mexican American War
EXPLAIN History of US early period
1.) Describe the changing role of the federal government in the 1960s. What new roles and responsibilities did the government assume? In your opinion, can the government effect permanent social change? Why or why not? 2.) Discuss how and why various groups of people within American society began to challenge and criticize the nation’s way […]
What were the two most important results of industrialization in the United States between 1865 and 1920? Feel free to discuss politics, economics, society, etc. Make sure to give specific evidence to support your conclusions, mentioning names, dates, events, ideas, etc.
Highlight anything about a particular text that stood out for you in the reading from “A New England Nun” by Freeman.
In the past, critics frequently charged that there were very few differences between the two major parties. Is that true today? What do you think the Republicans and the Democrats stood for in the 2016 presidential election?
our paper should be double-spaced, typed in 12 point Times New Roman font, and have an introduction with a thesis, body paragraphs with evidence from the primary sources and analysis, and a conclusion tying everything together. You must cite your sources using Chicago style citations (see Resources folder for guidance). You may not use any […]
CIVIL RIGHT MOVEMENT SPEECH PRESENTATION