**Think of these as short answer questions—some might be a little long, some may

**Think of these as short answer questions—some might be a little long, some may
be short. Please use full sentences. Give support for your answers with examples
from the document. Answer in your own words, DO NOT QUOTE the
document. You may NOT work in groups on this assignment. Check the rubric for
more information on how you will be graded.
1) What does Hoover think it more important: solving the current financial crisis or
maintaining American ideals?
2) What does Hoover say is a charitable view of the New Deal?
3) What is the other view of the New Deal?
4) What does Hoover say both of these views/roads have in common?
5) What is Hoover’s critique of government spending under the New Deal?
6) Why will inflation rise? What will be the consequences of this inflation?
7) What is polluting the fountain of liberty?
8) How is the New Deal “the most elemental violation of economic law and
experience”?
9) What does Hoover believe was the cause of the Great Depression?
10) In the “great calamities” paragraph, how does Hoover say the current crisis can
be solved?
11) What challenge does he give to the Republican Party in the closing paragraph?
12)
You are now going to craft an argument
for OR against
the New Deal. You
will not have to write an essay. Instead, fill out the following:
Thesis statement (main idea of your argument):
Reason/Support 1 (why you think what you think):
Reason/Support 2:
Reason/Support 3:
Concluding Statement (restate your thesis now that the reader has seen your
support for your thesis)::Reason/Support 3:
Concluding Statement (restate your thesis now that the reader has seen your
support for your thesis):

PLEASE DO NOT PLAGERISE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This Assignment isn’t one speci

PLEASE DO NOT PLAGERISE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This Assignment isn’t one specific prompt. You’ll choose a topic related to science, technology, or history; conduct research on your topic; and write a paperbased on your research. Your final paper should include the following features:
5 to 7 paragraphs
An introduction,body paragraphs, and a conclusion
A clear thesis statement that identifies the central idea
Supporting details/evidence in the form of facts, details, statistics,quotation, and so on
In-text citations and works cited section
At least three sources
The Sources may come from the same website but they should have different authors (if authors are listed) or approach the topic in different ways.
An MLA-formatted works cited entry for each source
Works Cited (Separate page)
NOTE: If you have alot of evidence for any main point, you may write a second paragraph about it; your essay may be between 5 and 7 paragraphs.
PLEASE DO NOT PLAGERISE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

THIS PART WAS MISSING FROM ORIGINAL ORDER : revise your divided thesis. In the

THIS PART WAS MISSING FROM ORIGINAL ORDER : revise your divided thesis. In the final copy of your paper, you must use italics, a colored highlighter or underlining to identify the divided thesis of your paper. In this sense, I also want to see and will grade your final draft in light of a rough draft that you include with it. So you should work off of two windows or pages, one where you draft and keep your draft, then a second window or page where you make revisions and corrections. One draft should be labeled “Rough Draft” and the perfect final copy should be labeled “Final Draft.” You can present final draft with rough draft at the end, or you can present each one as a separate attachment. Counterargument: I mentioned that you would be required to present a counterargument to your divided thesis. We are going to approach the counterargument in a fun, creative manner. After you have your basic divided thesis paper written, you are going to pretend to be a reader who completely and vehemently disagrees with whatever you have just written in your divided thesis paper. So you must imagine the persona or character of this reader and write close to a full page letter (150 words or so) more disagreeing with the things you just argued for in your paper. Have fun with this part of the assignment. Go ahead and make up a nom de plume or pseudonym for your pretend reader. Then write a vehement letter back to yourself disagreeing with everything the real you has written in the divided thesis paper.

For the second half of class we will be watching a lecture on Women’s roles in t

For the second half of class we will be watching a lecture on Women’s roles in the Abolition Movement and the Suffrage Movement after the Civil War. This period between 1865-1877 is known as Reconstruction because the United States attempted to rewrite the definition of citizen and a citizen’s rights during this period. So far, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony have been two key heroines in our understanding of the women’s rights movement. Whatch the video
DUTTON GIVES LECTUREON SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT:

STEP TWO: Sometime today, please respond to the following questions on your video.
What is Social Movement Theory and how does it apply to the Suffrage Movement specifically? 2 examples from the lecture for each of the key aspects.
Deadline is today at 8 pm so you have 10 hours to do. Not at 1 am . DEADLINE IS 8 pm you have 10 hours. And please answer all questions with every specific details . Do your work free of plagiarism. You just can use 20% from the websites more is not acceptable.

Pick two of the readings from the list, it is completely up to you. And do at le

Pick two of the readings from the list, it is completely up to you. And do at least a one-page review of each in the format displayed in the attachment. Please please please cite all sources and do not plagiarise anything. My professor does not mind a lot of cited work, however, the work is put through a college-level plagiarism software at the time of submission. If you have any questions feel free to ask me. Thank you so much for your help last minute, I will be sure to leave a tip for your hard work.

After the Civil War, many Americans were ready to put the war behind them and em

After the Civil War, many Americans were ready to put the war behind them and embrace the new industrial revolution opportunities and the opportunity to “Go West,” often attributed, but not confirmed to be, a quote by Horace Greeley. Consider and answer this, aside from the expansion of industrial capitalism, what factors affected American development during this period? How important are those factors in comparison to capitalism’s growth?
Remember to bring in material from this week’s readings and media to support your argument.
Cite all textbook resources, content videos, and sources referenced in your posts. For full credit, all posts should cite one or more academic sources in Chicago Style.
Sources
Of the People with Sources: Chapter 16
Primary Sources
16.4: Emma Lazarus “The New Colossus”(1883)
16.5: Josiah Strong, Excerpts from “The Superiority of the Anglo-Saxon Race” (1885)
16.6: James Baird Weaver, A Call to Action (1892)
Multimedia Websites
Frederick Douglass’s Fight Against Scientific Racism (New York Times)Videos
The Industrial Economy (Crash Course)
How American Inequality in the Gilded Age Compares to Today (Time)

Primary Source Essay: In this assignment you will write an essay that includes a

Primary Source Essay:
In this assignment you will write an essay that includes analysis of the primary source, The Red Earth. Primary sources are documents or other artifacts that provide first-hand accounts of the time period that you are studying. Primary sources are created by participants in or witnesses to events at the time or close to the time that they occurred. Primary sources include laws, treaties, speeches, diaries, memoirs, letters, reports, government or other records, creative works, and for later periods, photographs, films etc.
Select the assignment below and write an essay answering the posted questions. Integrate what you have learned about the era from your text with your analysis of the primary source reading focusing mainly on The Red Earth. Although you will be presented with several questions, integrate your responses into a unified whole.
An excellent primary source essay will do the following:
Explore relevant sections of the primary source(s) assigned.
Use and incorporate ideas, issues, or explanations from the primary source(s) assigned.
Specifically answer the question or questions asked. Do what the question requires (compare, evaluate etc.).
Briefly identify people, events, or terms mentioned.
Demonstrate a good knowledge of historical context of the primary source(s).
Support all general statements with specific evidence (examples, events, quotations).
Organize ideas into a logical sequence.
Use correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
Formatting directions:
Do not include a cover page.
Put your name at the top of your essay.
Double-space and use a twelve point font.
Indent the first line of every paragraph. Include a Works Cited Page as part of the document if appropriate
Spell check your essay before you submit it.
Name your essay and save it as your last name and essay 1, 2, 3, or 4.
Submit below.
Using Library Resources:
If you need more resources than your text and the primary sources to write your essay, use library not internet resources. If you already have a library card you may use that card to access library databases at home. You may apply for a College of DuPage Library card online. You may go directly to http://www.codlrc.org/circulation/cards/request . This address will give you a library card number that you can use immediately to access online library resources like databases. Use library databases by subject for your research. Go to http://www.codlrc.org/history/20thcenturyworld or http://www.codlrc.org/database/449 . In this category some useful items might be Dictionaries and Encyclopedias like the Encyclopedia Britannica Online. It may be more useful to search databases by title at https://library.cod.edu/az.php. The database History Study Center is extremely useful. In History Study Center, rather than doing a search, use the Study Unit approach.
If you use sources other than your text and the assigned reading, see the section on Documentation and Academic Honesty in the syllabus.
Submitting your essay:
Essays can be submitted as attachments in Microsoft Word in any .doc file. Write, name, and save your essay. Put your own name at the top of the document. Do not submit your essay via e-mail attachment or through the Discussion Board. Submit this essay using the link at the bottom of the page
Click on View/Complete Assignment below. You may write comments in the Comment Box. Use the “Browse” feature to navigate your local drives to locate and attach your assignment. Use the “Submit” button provided to submit your assignment.
Assignment Selections:
A. Write an essay of at least 750-1000 words answering the following questions:
List two examples of colonial controls and two examples of worker resistance from Tran Tu Binh’s The Red Earth. How does the colonial system get colonial subjects to participate in the colonial economy (wage labor, cash crop production)?

Use this link (https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/mod/1842womenminers.asp) to fill

Use this link (https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/mod/1842womenminers.asp) to fill in the worksheet!!!!!!! (Make sure to use this link to answer the worksheet!!!!) Also I will upload the reading from this chapter you may need to use this reading to answer the last two questions!!!! Please use your own words and Do not copy anything from anywhere or share this assignment to anyone and anywhere!!!!!! You will only need to use the readings I provide, do not need to do any other research!!!!!

In a 4-5 page paper, Times Roman – 12point-double spaces, write an essay that ma

In a 4-5 page paper, Times Roman – 12point-double spaces, write an essay that makes an argument for the Native American experience in California from the arrival to the Americas to 1900. In your response, make sure to cite two course videos twice (that is four citations total minimum, refer below for a list of videos) and the course text (Elusive Eden: Chapters 1-17, link to the book is provided below) at least 6 times (for a total of 10 citations minimum in the essay). Your essay should have at least one paragraph dedicated to the Pre-Conquest, Conquest, Spanish Colonization, Mexican Period, Gold Rush, and U.S. era of California history. The years and defining features of each those eras should be explained with special attention paid to how Native Americans situate into that period of California’s history. Your opening paragraph should summarize the essay and have a strong underlined one sentence thesis. The opening paragraph should provide a road map of what you are arguing and how you will prove it. Students will be graded on how well they explain the course text and videos’ thesis, argue their point of view, and use college level writing (grammar, spelling, style, word diversity, etc).
Students who do not have in-text citations, not a reference list – there is a difference – will receive a Zero. You can use Chicago or APA formats only.
COMMON NOTES I MAKE TO STUDENTS:
PLEASE UNDERLINE YOUR STRONG THESIS!
Have a thesis – it must argue something (vague langue and value judgment will receive 0 credit – make an argument)
A strong UNDERLINED thesis (a thesis is one sentence).
12 point times roman font double spaced
Cite the required content.
Topic sentences that tie your evidence to the thesis (Make sure the language of each topic sentence is taken directly from the thesis!)
Do not use contractions (Can’t, couldn’t etc)
Only capitalize a word if necessary
Do not give a book report, it is an essay
No quotes or citations in a topic sentence
Do not include cited material in the opening paragraph
Take a stand, no weak thesis or topic sentences
Use synonyms to diversify the words in the essay
Use the proper tense.
Include direct quotes that are less than two lines long that support your answer.
Write a sentence or two to explain each quote.
Conclusion paragraph should explain how the evidence and findings support your thesis.
The Elusive Eden A New History of California Book
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XLZk85ZYRGfrWL3OzbBNy9UARKBYZXx-/view?usp=sharing
List of Videos to cite (four citations total minimum):

http://www.pbs.org/latino-americans/en/watch-videos/#2365075996

Preliminary Draft – Historical Policy Brief (100 points towards Final Grade) – D

Preliminary Draft – Historical Policy Brief (100 points towards Final Grade) – Due Week 6:
Assignment Directions: As part of your Applied History Project, the third assignment requirement expects students to complete a preliminary draft or outline of their Historical Policy Brief using academic sources from the last 6 weeks. At this point, students should be familiar with their selected policy and its consequent challenges. Through academic research and independent analysis, this preliminary draft should include a title, summary of policy, historical background information, an assessment and a final policy recommendation. Students may submit an outline draft or narrative draft for review. Either way, your draft should follow the structure below and include the following subheadings. These subheadings should be included in your preliminary draft and final draft.
Assignment Requirements:
Historical Policy Brief – Preliminary Draft:
Title
Your draft should include a title that addresses your policy
Summary
Share an overview of the policy you researched
Discuss associated challenges/concerns
Historical Analogues and Context
Identify precedents or analogues
Provide background of historical policy
Establish origins/root causes of key events
Determine outcomes or consequences
Assessment
Evaluate how and why polices evolved
What lessons were learned
Policy Recommendation
What sorts of actions would you recommended?
Bibliography
Should include no less than 6 academic sources, three of which should be primary and three of which should be scholarly secondary sources from the UMGC library. Chicago citation style required.
Submitting Your Work: Students can submit their work under Historical Policy Brief – Preliminary Draft directions. Click on this assignment, scroll to the bottom of the page where you see “Add Attachments,” and then attach assignment here. Students can also submit this assignment through the Assignment tab. Students will also see the rubric attached to this assignment. Please make sure to review the rubric before submitting your final draft.
Due Date
Jun 29, 2021 11:59 PM
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Criteria
Level 4
10 points
Level 3
5 points
Level 2
2 points
Level 1
0 points
Criterion Score
Submission Deadline
Student Submits Assignment by Deadline
Student Submits Assignment up to 1 week after deadline
Student Submits Assignment up to 2 weeks after deadline
Student does not submit Project by the deadline
Score of Submission Deadline, / 10
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Level 4
15 points
Level 3
10 points
Level 2
5 points
Level 1
2 points
New Level
0 points
Criterion Score
Paper Formatting
Student submitted assignment that adhered to formatting requirements

Components include:
Submitted in a word document
At least 3 pages following outline structure as shared in directions
Double spaced with 1-inch margins
12-point Arial, Calibri, or Times New Roman font
A cover page with identifying information included
Student submitted assignment that adhered to formatting requirements but is missing 1-2 components
Student submitted assignment that adhered to formatting requirements but is missing 3 components
Student submitted assignment that adhered to formatting requirements but is missing 4 or more components
Student did not submit assignment
Score of Paper Formatting, / 15
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Level 4
50 points
Level 3
40 points
Level 2
30 points
Level 1
20 points
New Level
0 points
Criterion Score
Analysis and evaluation
Assignment included necessary components that thoroughly explored and evaluated the approved topic with information that was accurate, informative, in-depth and meaningful.

Preliminary Draft Includes components below along with content and substance related to topic:
1. Title
2. Summary
3. Historical Analogues and Context.
4. Assessment
5. Policy Recommendation
6. Bibliography
All components/criteria are present with 1-3 omissions or errors.
All components/criteria are present with 4-6 omissions or errors.
All components/criteria are present with 6-8 omissions or errors.
Student did not submit assignment
Score of Analysis and evaluation, / 50
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Criteria
Level 4
15 points
Level 3
10 points
Level 2
5 points
Level 1
2 points
New Level
0 points
Criterion Score
Citations
All six sources are cited correctly with 0-1 error.

Citations are correct and in the Chicago Manual of Style.
For web-based resources, provided a complete citation for the site, including the URL
Web-based sources include the date of access.
All six sources are cited correctly with 2-4 errors.
OR
Citations are correct but not in the Chicago Manual of Style
All six sources are cited correctly, with 5-6 errors,
OR
There are only five sources with 0-2 errors in evaluation.
OR
Citations are not in the Chicago Manual of Style and contain 2-3 errors
All six sources are cited correctly with 7-8 errors
OR
There are only five or less sources with 3-4 errors
OR
There are only four sources with 0-2 errors.
OR
Citations are not in the Chicago Manual of Style
Student did not submit assignment
Score of Citations, / 15
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10 points
Level 3
7 points
Level 2
5 points
Level 1
2 points
New Level
0 points
Criterion Score
Writing Mechanics
Assignment includes 0-3 writing errors

Well-organized paragraphs and well-constructed sentences.
No errors in spelling, grammar and punctuation.
Appropriate word choice.
Assignment includes 4-6 writing errors
Assignment includes 7-9 writing errors
Assignment includes 10 or more writing errors
Student did not submit assignment
Score of Writing Mechanics, / 10
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Score of Applied History Project: Historical Policy Brief – Preliminary Draft, / 100
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Overall Score
Level 4
11 points minimum
Level 3
8 points minimum
Level 2
5 points minimum
Level 1
0 points minimum