This posting defines Red Scare and identifies the factors which led to the emergence of American fear of Communism after World War I.
Please help with the following problem about North American history. This job analyzes American foreign policy regarding World War I in the period 1914-April, 1917. What do you feel were the main causes of America's eventual involvement in the war?
This posting suggests the important consequences of the American victory in the Spanish American War and also offers references.
Can you tell me why you might think that silver and gold was such an important topic for the election of 1896. I have to have three examples from three different sources as to their opinions on this subject. I know that it had a lot to do with the fact that one party wanted it because it would make it easier for those such as th
Why is the election of 1896 considered one of the most important in the nation's history? The solution also includes references.
This job selects an amendment to the Constitution and writes up an outline about the selected amendment. Outlines should cover the historical setting the amendment was conceived in, the impact that it has had on society and on the individual team members, and any court cases that have helped clarify its meaning.
Garrow and Sitkoff 1. Who in their essays present two sympathetic but different theories, of the early days of the African American Civil Rights Movement. The beginning determined the future course; the early leaders took real risks and sometimes died for their beliefs; the Movement, changed American society in fundamental w
This solution offers an understanding of the weak state era. It examines these questions: "How did urbanization and immigration affect the United States between 1865-1900? What unsolved problems caused Americans to begin demanding an end to the era of the weak state?"
What steps did the government take to sway public opinion toward participation against the Axis? This question is posed.
This job discusses root causes for America's sense of isolationism in the late 1930s and includes references.
1. Describe and explain the system of checks and balances 2. Why is "gridlock" or "deadlock" a common aspect of the American political system? 3. What was the dilemma faced by the U.S. Supreme Court when deciding the case of Marbury v. Madison? 4. What is the process necessary for amending the Constitution?
How did civil engineering projects and New Deal provide electricity to rural and Western America? This topic is suggested.
What was the role of the United States in the emerging global community of the 1980s? Details are listed.
How did industrialization, immigration, and imperialism affect America's perception of itself around the year 1900? Did this perception play a role in America's initial reluctance to enter WW I? What relevance can you draw for today's U.S. policies? Research is also listed.
I need to talk about Reformists and Seperatists. Assess the role of religion as a motivation for European colonization of the Americas and show how religion affected the course of colonization. Your essay must include reference to the rise of Protestantism and the interaction of religion and politics, and it must address the
What were the three main elements of the Progressive Movement, and what was the significance of the Progressive Era?
This job focuses on the American experience, the great waves of immigration and formation of unique ethnic neighborhoods.
How did the institutionalization of ethnic neighborhoods facilitate integration and assimilation into American culture and industry?
Please discuss today's ramifications regarding the transcontinental railroad.
This posting examines "Literature of Knowledge and the Literature of Power" by Thomas deQuincey and defines each of these types: 1. Glorification of the common man 2. Antiquity or the supernatural 3. Change (mutabilty) 4. Concern with social issues
Book: Monkey Town by Ronald Kidd, 2006, Simon & Schuster Books for young readers. Based on the book, please help me with these questions: 1. Does the novel do a good job presenting the larger social context of the Scope's Trial? 2. Does Kidd paint a compelling picture of Dayton and the impact of the Scope's Trial?
What three basic beliefs of the Democratic Party in Tennessee during the Antebellum period? How did Jackson's actions concerning the bank of the United States and improvements tot he National infrastructure reflect these views? Emphasis is to be on Tennessee history.
Throughout its history, Tennessee has been a moderate state, focusing on the Antebellum Period, including the political party system (describe the basic beliefs of each) in Tennessee, the geographical divisions (describe them), and economic divisions (describe them) explain why? Explain why Tennessean took so long to secede the
Are our freedoms more or less secure than they were when the country was founded? Elaborate.
Please explain w/examples. Has the Supreme Court taken liberties in using the First, Fourth, Ninth and Fourteenth Amendments to the Constitution to justify privacy protection decisions?
How has technology complicated the issue of privacy? Please explain.
This is a discussion of possible ways the government should become involved in regulating privacy. Examples and sources are provided.
Describe the role of the Tennessee frontier in the American Revolution. Consider the causes the typical westerner fought for and contrast their causes with the motivations and actions of the Tennessee Indians. Be sure to support this answer with examples.
What attempts were made to contain slavery to the Old South? Resources are cited.
How did the states react to the increasing power of the federal government in the 19th century?
This job offers insights about International terrorists.