This posting debates Affirmative Action.
How has the Watergate scandal affected the way Americans feel about their government? This posting includes specific examples.
What were the political effects of the Watergate scandal? What were the long-range effects of Nixon's foreign policy?
In "Civil Disobedience" Henry Thoreau states, "you serve your country poorly if you do so by suppressing your conscience in favor of the law ? your country needs consciences more than it needs conscienceless robots." What does he mean by that? Do you agree with his premise? Is civil disobedience ever right?
How did Minority groups struggle for civil rights begin the the 1950s?
What was the impact of McCarthyism on the U.S.?
How did the minority groups struggle for civil rights begin in the 1950's? I need a event from this time do you think was most responsible for bringing public attention to the American Civil Rights Movement? Explain why you selected this event.How is society today would make the public reaction similar or different? Describe
This posting offers examples of songs from this era.
I could really use some help with these last 3 questions. These need to be fairly in-depth answers and are worth about 33% each. Thanks! #1. Outline the various ways in which WW1 changed Canadian society. #2. Outline the causes of the Great Depression in Canada, and examine its effects on Canadians in various regions and socia
Describe how the Cold War ideology that crystallized after WWII changed wartime alliances that had existed during the war.
How the Cold War ideology that crystallized after WWII changed wartime alliances that had existed during the war. I understand how there was a nuclear threat between the US and Russia. The confusion are the other alliances we had during the war. Did we anger other countries due to winning the war? What if anything caused our fri
The statement that "the specific sense of Black identity began to form gradually" implies there was no Black identity during the era of slavery.
The statement that "the specific sense of Black identity began to form gradually" implies there was no Black identity during the era of slavery. Explain. Might consider the continuing role of Black religious expression and churches in the forming of identity. Consider the experience of European and Asian immigrants and indust
1.How did Lincoln's vision of Reconstruction differ from that of the Radical Republicans? 2.What were the gains made by organizations such as the Freedman's Bureau? What were typical failures? 3.How did the practice of sharecropping restrict the development of a middle class and produce generations of poor Southerners, r
What was the most significant event of the 1990's? I would say the birth of the internet, but I need to know the history of the internet and how it has affected the U.S. in the global community.
These areas are covered: 1) Evaluate the extent to which social attitudes and cultural activities in inter-war Canada provided evidence to change, and the extent to which they provided evidence of continuity. 2) Analyze the debate between imperialists and anti-imperialists regarding causes of World War 1 and the need for co
This posting assesses the extent to which the "national policies" made benefits available to all Canadians, and the extent to which they benefited some regions and some social classes to the detriment of other regions and social classes.
CHISHOLM V GEORGIA 1793 Provide an explanation of the factual background of the case 1) Why was this case sent to the Supreme Court? 2) What was the constitutional issue that was associated with this case? 3) How did the court decide its verdict? 4) What reasons did the court use to come up with its decision?
I am in need of assistance for the following court case. For my need of understanding the following issues must be addressed if YOU CAN NOT ADDRESS ALL OF THE QUESTIONS PLEASE DO NOT SIGN OUT THE PROBLEM. Thank You for your understanding. Also the official court document must be utilized no secondary sources 1)
These areas are covered briefly: 1) explanation of the case 2) The constitutional issue that was associated to the case 3) How did the court decide its verdict 4) What reasons did the court use
How has income inequality changed recently? Why has this happened? Discuss the associations between social mobility, class conflict, and income inequality.
This posting discusses the "end of history" and what does this phrase mean. How is it relevant to the twentieth and twenty-first centuries?
These areas are emphasized: 1. Research the interest group controversy, particularly referencing the Reform Act of 2002. Present arguments on both sides of this controversy, addressing provisions of the act, arguments for and against these provisions, and prospects for its effectiveness. 2. Based on what you have learne
Need help explaining the impact of the market revolution on American workers.
Admitting Missouri to the Union precipitated a major national crisis: Please examine why the North and the South each agreed to the terms of the Missouri Compromise.
Question 1 One argument against annexing Texas to the United States was that the annexation a. could involve the country in a series of ruinous wars in America and Europe. b. might give more power to the supporters of slavery. c. was not supported by the people of Texas. d. offered little of political or
What led to the rise of the spirit of "Manifest Destiny" in the 1840s, and how did that spirit show itself in the American expansionism of the decade?
Compare the attitudes and practices regarding slavery, race relations, and responses to abolition in the north and the south.
Discuss the features of colonial politics that contributed to the development of popular democracy, and explain what kept political life from being more truly democratic. I need help getting started on this short essay question.
Summarize the course and conduct of the Revolutionary War after 1778, and describe the key role played by France in the final victory at Yorktown.
Discuss the lessons you think English colonists learned from their early Jamestown experience. Focus on matters of fulfilling expectations, financial support, leadership skills, and relations with the Indians.
In "the Ballot or the Bullet" Malcolm X argues for Black Nationalism, while in their selections, Martin Luther King and Stokely Carmichael argues that changes need to be made by specific white groups. Martin Luther King's has the most effective argument. Why? and How? QUESTIONS: 1. I must contrast to Malcolm X and