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INTRODUCTION1.Compare and contrast how each nation self-describes itself through

INTRODUCTION1.Compare and contrast how each nation self-describes itself through

INTRODUCTION1.Compare and contrast how each nation self-describes itself through their founding documents. How are their new nations defined geographically, politically, economically, and culturally/racially? Using the Benedict Anderso definitio how were these “imagine communitie”?2 Compare how each of the two nations define the rights and freedom of its citizens. Choose THREEof these questions below to answer-3.Compare how these foundations documents explicitly or implicitly describe who is NOT a citizen. 4. Compare how the former imperial ruler is described. What might account…

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The position that you will be taking is the following: In your opinion, which si

The position that you will be taking is the following: In your opinion, which si

The position that you will be taking is the following: In your opinion, which single event, issue, or individual associated with World War II had the greatest long-term impact on the United States? You must state your position and support it with compelling evidence. You must use a minimum of two sources (not including your textbook and no wikipedia!) and correctly cite your sources at the bottom of your post. In order to receive full credit your paper must be…

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Thread #1: Using what you know about FDR, how consistent is Executive Order 9066

Thread #1: Using what you know about FDR, how consistent is Executive Order 9066

Thread #1: Using what you know about FDR, how consistent is Executive Order 9066 with his previous actions as president? Does this change your view of him as president? As a man? In your mind does this change his legacy? Thread #2: Fred Korematsu’s conviction was overturned in 1984, but the Supreme Court ruling still stands. What was the role of “factual claims” in overturning the conviction? Thread #3: After the attacks of September 11, 2001, President Bush declared a…

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Thread #1: Using what you know about FDR, how consistent is Executive Order 9066

Thread #1: Using what you know about FDR, how consistent is Executive Order 9066

Thread #1: Using what you know about FDR, how consistent is Executive Order 9066 with his previous actions as president? Does this change your view of him as president? As a man? In your mind does this change his legacy? Thread #2: Fred Korematsu’s conviction was overturned in 1984, but the Supreme Court ruling still stands. What was the role of “factual claims” in overturning the conviction? Thread #3: After the attacks of September 11, 2001, President Bush declared a…

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  Reaction Paper Guidelines: The Reaction Paper is your written response to a se

  Reaction Paper Guidelines: The Reaction Paper is your written response to a se

  Reaction Paper Guidelines: The Reaction Paper is your written response to a selected reading from the text.  They are not to be descriptive but your reaction the assigned readings.   It should contain YOUR personal opinion, thoughts, and whether you agree or disagree (Why?) with the subject at hand. To be considered for credit, the paper MUST BE TYPED, at least 500 words in length, and spell-checked. The American Psychological Association (APA) format should be followed when quoting someone or…

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