The chronological order of events that lead to the American Civil War, starting from the election of James K. Polk in 1844 through President Lincoln’s First Inaugural Address in 1861. According to two books: Major Problems in the Civil War and Reconstruction, and This Terrible War
You will be conducting a close-reading of the artifactual “text” of your choice (so long as it is found in a parlor/living room). Follow the instructions given in class(4 main steps) You should include image(s) of the object you analyzed in your written work. Include section headings for each step […]
How did the ancients truly create in their world? Did they recycle old ideas but give them new flavor? What are the unintended consequences of the things they created? Do not use 1st or 2dn person. Italicizes foreign words, book titles, film titles, databases names and journal titles.
Ordinary Men:Reserve Police Batallion 101 and the Final Solution in Poland – by Christopher R. Browning. broken down chapter by chapter. Each page must be formatted with 1-inch margins on the sides, top, and bottom, and all content must be double-spaced. Font must be Times New Roman 12-point. All pages […]
1.Read Mussolini’s explanation of what Fascism is. How does he try to convince people that it is the best of all possible political ideologies? Do you have any problems with his ideas? Type up your paragraph 2.Read Roosevelt’s Second Fireside Chat. What was he trying to do in this radio […]
This assignment requires you to analyze a debate in world history. In this case you must determine if the German nation was primarily responsible for the outbreak of World War I. Again, you are required to identify the debate in the introduction of your paper, lay out the evidence used […]