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North American History

Georgia History is summarized.

By the mid-eighteenth century, the Georgia Trustees had become so disillusioned with the colonists that they began to negotiate an early surrender of the colonyâ??s charter to the king. The transfer of the charter ushered in a new era in Georgia often known as the royal period. What were some of the important changes in Georgi

A Brief Guide to Early Colonial Slavery, Problems and Regional Lifestyles

1 Identify the forces that led to the development of slavery in the colonies. 2 Describe some of the political, economic and religious problems encountered by Virginia and Massachusetts Bay Colony. 3 What was life like in the Plantation South, backcountry, and New England? Identify the following terms in brief and accurate

Important information about The Confederate Flag Debate

1. What relevance does the Confederate Flag have in our society today ? Answer should be at least 5 sentences . 2. Make a comment and create a questions about the confederate flag to start a discussing with the class .. Answer Should be provided as well.

McCarthy's Crusade Against Subversion

How did McCarthy, a Roman Catholic, incorporate religion into his appeal? Does he seem somewhat jealous and resentful of those more sophisticated and better educated than he? What specific individual(s) might he have been alluding to? How would such charges help McCarthy's own political career and the general fortune

Seven Years' War leaves Britian with huge debt

The successful conclusion of the Seven Years' War (French and Indian War in the British colonies) left Great Britain with a huge debt. -How did British attempts to force colonists to pay part of that debt lead to revolution? -It is not necessary to go into an in depth discussion of each of the taxes passed by Parliament. You

Franklin Roosevelt 1936 radio address

Questions: 1. In the 1936 radio address, how does Franklin Roosevelt characterize the New Deal so far? 2. What arguments does he invoke in support of his first administration, and how does he argue the next phase of the New Deal will be different? 3. What references does he make to specific New Deal programs eithe

war of 1812

what impacts did the war of 1812 leave on America. Also, were there political divisions, additional military engagement

Manifest Destiny

Express what forces in American life contributed to the concept of Manifest Destiny? Please provide references and citations if used!

Free Market Liberalism and New Deal Liberalism - Key Differences

Compare and contrast the philosophies of free market liberalism (19th century) and New Deal liberalism (20th century). Eplain the differnces in economic policy, the role of the government, the role of the business, and the part that the public workers, unions, taxpayers) played in each system.

Supreme Court cases

How do Supreme Court decisions affect the rights of American citizens? Please cite at least one case decided by the Supreme Court. How have various interpretations of the Constitution affected the rights of teachers and students? Please cite at least one case decided by the Supreme Court. Also help me with a reflection o

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What was President Jackson's role in shaping U.S. Indian policy? How does his background account for his policy choices?

Rights and Freedoms

Pick one of the rights in the first 10 Amendments. How is that right still relevant today? How has the interpretation of that right changed since the Bill of Rights was adopted? and Which one of the Amendments adopted after the Bill of Rights (that is Amendments 11 through 27) is most important to you? Why? Also, do you beli

How does the the U S constitution provide for a strong federal government?

Identify and discuss at least one way the U.S. Constitution provide for a strong federal government while still upholding individual states rights. Please provide an example to support your discussion. Why is the United States Constitution called â??a living documentâ?? Why is it important that the Constitution be â??a

Main Principles of the Constitution

Three main principles of the Constitution are inherent rights, self government, and separation of powers. Which one of these three main principles of the Constitution do you feel is most important in ones life? Explain why you believe this principle is more important than the others, show an example.

Developments of the 1400s

Question 1: The 1400s marked a time of exploration and expansion for Europe. Identify and explain three developments that stimulated this age of exploration. Question 2: As farming became fundamental to ancient societies in Central America, it had a drastic impact on the population of these societies. Identify what you belie

American System of Government, Effect of Family and Religion on the Slave Community, The Emergence of the American Middle Class, and The Transportation Revolution between 1800 and 1840.

Question 1: What is the American System of government? After defining it, identify and thoroughly describe its three main elements. Question 2: 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 t

The Enlightenment & the Proclamation of 1763

Question 1: Elaborate on either the Enlightenment or the Great Awakening. How did the movement impact the ideological development of the colonies? Question 2: Explain the purpose of the Proclamation of 1763. Was the proclamation effective? Why or why not? How did colonials, natives, and the British react to both the Procla

HY2

Question 1: Define the Mercantilist system and its effects on the colonies proir to 1760. Also explain the initial colonial reaction to this system

Hollywood communism hunts

This essay describes the 1947 activities of the House Un-American Activities Committee HUAC). Hollywood communism hunts This essay describes the 1947 activities of the House Un-American Activities Committee HUAC). http://www.moderntimes.com/palace/blacklist.htm. (My question is). Do you think it was a smart mov

During 1968 what did our county learn from everything that was happening?

What did the 1968 march at the Chicago Democratic Convention prove? Was there any good that came out of this situation for all of those involved, our country and the war in Vietnam? Did Arfrican Americans and other minorities achieved anything benefical from 1968?. During 1968 what did our county learn from everythin

Works about General Robert E. Lee

Comparison and contrast on historiography as described by two authors: James M. McPherson on "Ordeal by Fire" and Alan T. Nolan on "Lee Considered: General Robert E. Lee and Civil War History" and/or other sources. Was General Lee described favorably/unfovarably?

Exploring questions of 1968: the Summer of Hate

Explore the following question: One commentator has called 1968 the Summer of Hate. During this year, the Tet offensive began in January, Martin Luther King was assassinated in Memphis in April, Robert Kennedy was assassinated in Los Angeles in June, and protestors and police clashed on television at the Democratic Convention in

Answers to the Japanese Internment

Japanese Internment When President Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066 on February 19, 1942, he authorized the evacuation of Japanese-Americans from the West Coast. Visit the Camp Harmony Exhibit at http://www.lib.washington.edu/exhibits/harmony/exhibit/ to learn more about a typical internment camp. Why was this don