an essay detailing the process and ideas that went into the making of the Constitution. What Enlightenment thinkers provided inspiration? Why were the Articles thrown out in favor of a new government? Why did the Constitution succeed where the Articles failed? What factions formed in the process of getting the Constitution ratified and why did… Continue reading an essay detailing the process and ideas that went into the making of the Consti
AMERICA HISTORY THE LINK TO THE ASSIGNMENT (https://openstax.org/books/us-history/pages/1-1-the-americas) THESE ARE THE FORMAT TO FOLLOW; INTRODUCTION CONCLUSION TO ANSWER THE QUESTION. KINDLY DO QUESTION 2 DISCUSS AND ASSESS THE MAJOR CHALLENGES CONFRONTING WHITE AND AFRICAN WOMEN FROM THE EARLY 1800S THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR. *****Short Answer Do One OnlyFormal Format Intro conclusion.. Just much shorter than… Continue reading AMERICA HISTORY
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Americans faced a difficult decision whether to join the independence movement or stay loyal. People made decisions based on what issues were important to them. If they were Boston merchants (like John Hancock) or Virginia slave holders (like George Washington) or new people moving out onto the frontier close to Indians they would have different… Continue reading Americans faced a difficult decision whether to join the independence movement o
Although Lee surrendered at Appomattox Court House in 1865 many believe that the Civil War has not truly ended. What are some issues that still divide the United States not just by North and South but along other lines? What do you believe is the biggest issue dividing the people of the United States today?… Continue reading Although Lee surrendered at Appomattox Court House in 1865, many believe that th
Although the Supreme Court has ruled that obscenity is not protected by the First Amendment it has been difficult to determine precisely what is obscene. Tryyour hand at writing a definition that could be used by a court or a censorship panel to distinguish obscenity from legally protected art. 6 sentences. no references and quotes… Continue reading Although the Supreme Court has ruled that obscenity is not protected by the Firs
All Men Are Created Equal 1. Why did antislavery Americans begin to demand the immediate abolition of slavery? What were the roots of the movement? How did anti-slavery activists use language to influence readers and listeners? Ch-ch-changes 2. How did new religious movements respond to and inspire changing economic social and gender relations? Readings The… Continue reading All Men Are Created Equal
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After World War II African Americans in the South successfully ended legal segregation and restored their voting rights which had been largely lost since the end of Reconstruction. What persons organizations events and legislation led to these victories? What in American society had changed for example economically politically and technologically that enabled the Civil Rights… Continue reading After World War II, African Americans in the South successfully ended legal segr
After watching the video and reading about Bacons Rebellion in the assigned reading discuss the impact Bacons Rebellion had on indentured servitude and African slavery. What do you think is the significance of this event to U.S. history is in the long-run?
According to the request of M1 propose a research topic about the history of the United States from the reconstruction (1865) to the present you want to study this term. After you determine the topic you need to construct a draft of the article according to the requirements of M4. A lot of resources need… Continue reading According to the request of M1, propose a research topic about the history of th
According to A. Philip Randolphs Why Should We March what did the March on Washington Movement hope to accomplish and why was it significant? Based on your reading of Executive Order 8802 Could Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt have done more in response to the March on Washington Movement?