HIS1102 2 questions

1. You are Adolph Hitler, address the German people on how you used the failings of the Treaty of Versailles to manipulate the Allies into ceding territories to Germany. Be sure to take on the role of “Adolf Hitler”, when writing your response. Your essay must be 4 paragraphs long. 3 sentences constitutes a paragraph. This is the paragraph requirement for this final exam. Begin your address, Adolph Hitler.

Need history questions done

6.) Choose one attempt at compromise on the question of slavery in the United States between 1808 and 1850. What were the provisions of that compromise? Why did it ultimately fail?
7.) How can the Supreme Court’s decision in the Dred Scott case be considered a long-term cause of the Civil War?
8.) How did the “Bleeding Kansas” situation foreshadow what would happen in the Civil War?
9.) How did the 1840 election mark a significant change in political parties and campaigns?
10.)How did Lincoln’s intentions in relation to slavery change from the beginning of the war to the end?

Need help with History questions!

1.)What evidence suggests that colonists were beginning to forge a separate, collective “American” identity during the pre-Revolutionary period?
2.)What was the most significant impact of the War of 1812?
3.) In what ways was the United States becoming more democratic between 1790 and 1820? What kinds of people still remained unequal in this period?
4.) What conditions existed in Mexico that led American settlers to feel discontented in Texas?
5.)What arguments were made in favor of the Indian Removal Act? What arguments were made against the Indian Removal Act?

tech, history, and society

Summarize the historical circumstances that led to your selected example’s implementation.
Explain the government’s rationale for implementing government surveillance.
What executive orders, congressional legislation, and/or judicial decisions started and ended the selected example?
What technology was used within your selected example?
Evaluate the resulting impact of the selected example on U.S. society.Analyze the resulting impact of the selected example on civil liberties and national security.
Do you agree or disagree with the government’s use of surveillance within this example? Why or why not?

Analyze a contemporary example (post-9/11/01) of when a government violated civil liberties with government surveillance in the name of national security.Summarize the contemporary circumstances that led to your selected example’s implementation.
Explain the government’s rationale for implementing government surveillance.
What executive orders, congressional legislation, and/or judicial decisions started and ended the selected example?
What technologies were used within your selected example?
Evaluate the resulting impact of the selected example on U.S. society.Analyze the resulting impact of the selected example on civil liberties and national security.
Do you agree or disagree with the government’s use of surveillance within this example? Why or why not?

Social Constructions of Race

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In your own words, what does it mean when social scientists (sociologists, anthropologists) say that race is socially constructed? 1 paragraph minimum.
How do the linked videos/readings (below) support the argument that race is socially constructed. What differences did you notice? Discuss at least 2 different countries in your response. 1 paragraph minimum

disussion

Everything’s been done before. There is nothing new under the sun. When it comes to historical trends, I would say that this is usually true in a general sense. There have always been great nations. There have always been oppressed peoples. Cultures rise and fall.
But… if I had to point to one single instance of a civilization doing something unique, it would be Meiji Japan. The transformation that Japan undergoes between roughly 1860 and 1890 is nothing short of breathtaking. Japan essentially transforms itself from a medieval society into a modern one in a single generation. This magnitude of change in such a short time is truly unprecedented.
There is so much to learn about Meiji Japan, so much history to dissect here. There is a lot that is left out of the video that I posted under “videos.”
Just the same… watch the video (in 4.3) and take a stab at the following questions.
1. Does Meiji Japan offer us a blueprint into how to revamp a society completely? What is something they did that impressed you and why? What can we learn from Meiji Japan?
2. How would you compare Japan and China’s varying approaches to modernity?

What cities represent the largest percentage of Latino in public schools?


-Summarize what is meant about Latinos being labeled being “White” or “Black.” Provide an explanation from the 2014 national survey. Include the multiple dimensions of colorism.-
-Explain the history of Mexican Americans and Beardstown, Illionos? What ethnic group founded this city?-
-What role does Catholicism, Protestantism, and Pentecostalism play in the religious faith of Hispanic people?
-Explain in detail “Remittances,” define it, and what groups are represented with this term?
-What are the aspirations and accomplishments of Latinos in Education? Explain.
-Identify the factors that contribute to and limit the political power of Latinos as a group in the United States.
answer to the best of your ability

digital poster of an african american figure from the assigned readings

This can include authors who wrote our primary/secondary sources, or someone we met through readings/lectures.
Your poster must include:
1. Images of your subject and/or images that aren’t of them (if portraits unavailable) but show family life, where they were from, social movements they participated in etc. Photos and all written information needs to situate this person within her historical context. YOU MUST CITE AND CAPTION IMAGES!
2. Poster must historically situate your person. This includes bringing at least 2 assigned primary and/or secondary source reading(s) from the term. You should also do additional internet research, but research must come from scholarly sources. Please go to the Saddleback Library webpageLinks to an external site. to access library resources as you pull information together.
3. Poster must tell us basic background information about this person. Examples include who they were and where they were from? When were they born/when did they die? Job, family, social movement activism etc.
4. What is this person’s historical significance and why we need to remember them?
5. Poster must reflect on the field of African American history using your subject as an entry point to discuss this discipline.
6. Parenthetical citations within the text and a Works Cited Chicago-style designated section listing all source material used.
Keep in mind…
You should consult lecture, relevant assigned primary/secondary source materials from the course, and complete any necessary academic (peer reviewed) research before composing the text and placing the images for your poster.
If you are unsure of how to create your display consider looking into these easy to use (and free) timeline/mapping tools: StoryMapsJS (Links to an external site.) and TimelineJS (Links to an external site.) (fun note, you can embed the Timeline JS into the StoryMaps!). Other ideas include using Prezi, or a blog of some kind.
I do not have a required word count for this assignment; use as many words as you need to narrate and make your arguments.The questions of historical significance, why we should remember your person, and what they tell us about the field of African American history are all argumentative/analytical questions that require you to find your own authorial voice and make some big claims; these are not answers that can/should be copy/pasted from elsewhere.

Poster must have parenthetical citations in the regular text and a designated Works Cited section with Chicago-style citations
File upload must be in a Word or PDF form for Canvas
(I have uploaded all files, you may pick one historical figure and the lecture material to support the poster)