The end of World War II brought about for many Americans an intense desire to return to normal life. It also brought about the confrontation with the Soviet Union and the beginning of the "Cold" war How did containment shape American actions abroad for almost half a century? Where and how did we practice the policy of cont
How did the United States "gear up" their production and output so much for WWII? I ask that you explain this by using the Production Possibilities Curve, addressing in particular the changes in output and in labor force participation (including the new women workers).
Please demonstrate the economic role on Women from the beginning of the 20th century to present.
Please explain how the experiences of the U.S. in the Great Depression and in WWII demonstrate the importance of aggregate spending (Keynesian theory) as the primary engine of post-WWII.
In what ways did black women contribute to African-American progress between the 1890s and 1920? Also, did black women have a different agenda than black men?
Does recent legislation violate our constitutional rights under the Fourth Amendment?
Discuss the various challenges faced by Franklin D. Roosevelt leading up to World War II. Though many efforts were made to keep us out of the war, many more led to intervention. How did Roosevelt attempt to balance American isolationism with the increasingly ominous international scene of the late 1930s? What domestic and
World War II changed the U.S. as a nation, economically, socially and politically. The ultimate resolution of the war was the use of the atom bomb and the dawn of the nuclear age. What factors likely motivated President Truman to authorize the use of atomic bombs against Japan in August 1945?
The impact of the New Deal's success or failure in ending the Great Depression. To what extent was the New Deal successful in solving the economic crisis of the Great Depression?
Industrialization provided numerous side effects for urban areas, such as a need for improved infrastructure, chlorinated water, fire safety systems, and so on. It also created ethnic neighborhoods, the rise of tenements and slums, labor unions, and the need for social support systems (typically provided by private, not public,
In 1917, Woodrow Wilson set forth the nation's war goals to help the allies fight against Germany. Reflect on your reading this week and the road to our involvement in World War I. What chain of events finally moved President Wilson to ask Congress for a declaration of war against Germany?
As both England and France solidified their colonial empires, contact with the natives was inevitable. However, each group treated natives differently. Compare and contrast the native relations of each group. Which group created a strong alliance with natives and why?
Is the Second Amendment still relevant today?
Please describe and explain five features (requirements) of the U.S. Constitution that aided future economic development. Also, explain the "fee-rider" problem that existed under the Articles of Confederation and how the Constitution resolved that problem.
Please describe the changes that took place in the manufacturing world after the American Revolution and explain how these changes were possible. Additionally, address the issue of factor proportions in your response.
Describe how English common law shaped the colonial market system and commerce in general.
In 1860, the institution of slavery was firmly entrenched in the United States; by 1865, it was dead. How did this happen? How did the Union policy towards slavery and enslaved people change over the course of the war? Why did it change?
What was mercantilism? Why did the logic of mercantilist ideas encourage King James to grant a charter to the Virginia Company?
What themes emerged in the U.S. prior to Woodrow Wilson's presidency? What are some of the motivations and consequences of expansion that led us into involvement with other nations? What U.S. interests fueled the idea that the United States should intervene in the Cuban war? How did they promote their cause?
By the beginning of the 20th century the U.S. began to expand its involvement in world affairs. Goldman et. al (2010) states this reflected a traditional but often misguided sense of humanitarianism and mission toward U.S. concepts. Discuss the reasons behind the new expansionism that characterized US foreign policy in the 18
In the immediate years following Reconstruction, most people viewed it as a failure. In recent decades, many historians have begun to reconsider this statement. Examine the social and political events that occurred during this time period. Then, identify and discuss an event that occurred during this time period and its immediat
What issues and beliefs helped unite the diverse group of reformers known as progressives?
To what extent was the Progressive Era actually progressive? Pay particular attention to the limits of progressive reform.
There was a second attempt to capture Lincoln's body, but it was after his death. What was the incident and why did they want to steal Lincoln's body?
The late nineteenth-century brought about many changes politically, economically and socially in America. Goldfield, et. al. (2010) state that a weakened presidency and inefficient Congress hampered the government's ability to resolve many issues. Question: Why is the election of 1896 considered a watershed in American polit
What problems did U.S. farmers and workers face in the 1890s and how did the U.S. government try to solve them?
Understanding history can be more difficult than many people imagine. Historians concern themselves not only with what happened but with why it happened. They analyze and assess a variety of sources, including primary sources (ones created during the time period the historian is examining) and secondary sources (ones written by
Please provide a brief biography of Eleanor Roosevelt.
The presidential election of 1912 was the most Progressive in US history, with the two frontrunners, Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson, both espousing Progressive philosophies. Although both Wilson and Roosevelt were Progressive, their attitudes toward Progressivism differed, at least in theory. I need to write a paper that
1. Family and religion were the two major elements of the slave community. Describe the function each played in the community, and determine if either or both weakened or strengthened the institution of slavery. Thoroughly support your reasoning with specific details from the text. 2. Outline the events that led to Marbury