Response Paper 1 You will write a response paper of 2-3 pages in length. The

Response Paper 1
You will write a response paper of 2-3 pages in length. The topic can be any topic you found and read in the primary course text, readings, videos etc. You select your own topic from the materials we have covered so far in class. You will write a 2-3 page response that is double spaced, Times New Roman with 12 Font, and have a proper introduction and conclusion. The response must explain the topic (what is it?), why it is important to American History, why you are interested in the topic, and your thoughts on the topic.
If you use outside sources then cite the materials, but outside sources are not required. Again, if you do use outside sources, cite the material.
Please submit in a word document or a comparable format that Canvas can open. Elections•Campaigns and Elections•Turn out between 1870-1900 high, with nearly 80% of voters voting. (Compared to mid to high 50’s today)•Male dominated•“Until 1890’s most states had no laws to ensure secrecy in voting, and balloting often took place in open rooms or on sidewalks”•Voters used party tickets instead of ballots, thus vote allegiance was revealed.•Although women could not vote they participated•Wrote partisan literature•Sponsored rallies•Gave campaign speeches
Partisan Politics•Control of the Presidency and Congress shifted back and forth between parties.•Party Loyalty – Interrelated regional, ethnic, religious, and local factors determined the party affiliations.•GOP or Grand Old Party (Republicans)
Partisan Politics (cont.)•GOP strongest in the North •defenders of the Union •Identified with nationalism and national unity•Protestants•African-Americans loyal – emancipation and right to vote•Enacted laws against parochial schools (religious affiliation), foreign languages and alcohol consumption
Partisan Politics (cont.)•Democrats strongest in the South •Portrayed as party of limited government and “personal liberties”•Stood as defenders of tradition and Southern Whites•Support in Urban northeast from Catholics and Immigrants•Supported disenfranchisement of African-Americans and exclusion of Chinese immigrants
Partisan Politics (cont.)•Third parties •The Prohibition Party•Abolition of alcohol•Electoral reforms•Women’s suffrage•Economic reforms such as railroad regulation, income taxes, and improved race relations•The Greenback Party•Labor reform and currency inflation (to democratize the economy)•The Populist Party
Associational Politics•Politics was often based on public policies•Granger Laws•State laws enacted in Midwest in the 1870’s that regulated rates of railroads, grain elevator operators, and other middlemen•Labor organizations •Mugwumps – conservative elitist reformers who favored limited government and opposed tariffs – sought honest efficient govt. and civil service reforms•Women activists •National American Womens Suffrage Association•Women’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) on restrictive alcohol policy
Limits of Government•The Weak Presidency•Impeachment of Johnson during Reconstruction•Each of Presidents following Johnson, Republican, narrow views of Presidency•Viewed duties as administrative•Did little to reach population or Legislation•Limited control over bureaus and departments•Small staff
Limits of Government (cont.)•The Inefficient Congress•Congress was most powerful of branches but still relatively weak•Oversaw federal budget•Oversaw the cabinet•Debated public issues•Controlled legislation•Inefficient•Noisy and Chaotic Chambers•High turnover•Old rules hampered the legislative chambers•Congress saw more and more legislation develop
Federal Bureaucracy and the Spoils System•Federal bureaucracy was small with approx. 50,000 government employees in 1870 (compared to today)•The spoils system •Victorious politicians appointed government jobs to party workers•Little regard for qualifications•Appointees then pledged part of salary and time to the party and interests•Ability of party leaders to mobilize the party, reward loyal service•Critics argued – corruption, abuse, and inefficiency
The States•Inconsistent State Government•State Governments still more powerful than federal government•Expanded roles due to industrialization•Developed commissions to regulate industry•Regulated railroads animal industries•Not all states regulated evenly and of course corruption existed
Public Policy and National Elections•Civil Service Reform•Mugwumps and others wanted a professional civil service based on merit not spoils system•Wanted a system to promote efficiency, the economy, and honest government•President Garfield was assassinated •1883 Pendleton Civil Service Act – •prohibited federal employees from soliciting or receiving political contributions from government workers•Created Civil Service Commission to administer competitive examinations to applicants for government jobs.
Tariffs and Trade•Tariffs – heated debates over tariffs partisan, ideological, and regional •Provided revenue •Protected American industry•Republicans supported tariffs – protected labor•Democrats supported tariff reduction – Laissez-faire•1884 campaign •Republicans argued high employment depended on tariffs•Democrats ignored the issue•Republicans won elections•McKinley tariff act of 1890 raised tariffs to prohibitive levels
Federal Regulations •Beginnings of Federal Regulations•Business sought •tariffs to protect industry •laissez faire to ensure profits•Railroad concerns put pressure to regulate.•Interstate Commerce Act – 1887 law that expanded federal power over business by prohibiting pooling and discriminatory rates by railroads •Interstate Commerce Commission •Sherman Antitrust Act – first federal antitrust measure (1890) •Laws intended to break up or regulate corporate monopolies•Sought to promote economic competition •Not really enforced often overlooked
Money•The Money Question•Creditors, bankers, conservative economists, and business leaders favored limiting money supply. •Called this sound money policy and argued•Economic stability•Maintain property values•Retain investor confidence•Farmers and debtors argued this was deflationary monetary policy and would•Depress already low crop prices•Drive debtors further into debt•Restrict economic opportunity•Favored expanding money supply to match growing population and economy
Silver•The Silver Issue•U.S. was bimetallic standard using both gold and silver as a basis for its currency•Free Silver – •1890 Sherman Silver Purchase Act
Crisis of 1890’s•Farmers Protest Inequities•Late 1880s agricultural depression in Great Plains and South•Largely due to bad weather and international overproduction •Seeking relief farmers focused on•Railroad discrimination•Tariff favoritism•Restrictive financial system•Indifferent political parties
Credit Inequities•Farmers main focus was on system of money and credit•In west farmers borrowed from mortgage companies to buy land and machinery •In South credit shortage cotton marketing retail trade helped create sharecropping which began vicious pattern of exploitation•Freight Rates and Tariffs•Farmers Organized
The Peoples Party•People’s Party formed from older parties seeking interests of the people•Political victories in Kansas, Nebraska, Minnesota, and South Dakota•Victories followed in the West and began enacting new legislation•In South some racial divides were abandoned for populist parties but most were maintained•Omaha platform of 1892 – rejected laissez faire policies, demanded economic and political reforms to aid distressed farm workers•Populists lost support but created a large wedge within politics and economics, a voice for the people
Booms and Busts•The Challenge of the Depression•Economic Cycles and Depressions•Recession is negative economic growth•Depression is •A decline in real GDP of 10% or more•A recession lasting 2 or more years•1893 – economic collapse•Railroad overexpansion•A weak banking system•Tight credit•Plunging agricultural prices•By winter of 1893 20% of labor force was unemployed•No public welfare or unemployment
Big Business “Crony Capitalism”•Protecting Big Business•1894 over 1,400 industrial strikes – 700,000 workers•Government acted aggressively to put these down•Supreme Court worked to strengthen bond between business and government
Election of 1896•Due to economic issues, depression, and alienation of workers the elections 1894 saw Populists gain votes by 42%.•Political maneuvering occurred for votes•McKinley – high tariffs and gold standard•Supported by business and workers for economic expansion•Bryan and Silverites – Democrats and Populists fused together but infighting•Endorsed free silver (govt should expand money supply by purchasing and coining all the silver it offered)•The income tax•Regulation of railroads and trusts•McKinley was victorious •Tariff protection•Sound money policy (restricting money supply and adhere to gold standard)•Overseas expansion
Conclusion•Political contests were growing vigorously•Government was still small and weak•Traditional Laissez Faire economics was becoming more difficult in American Industry•Republicans emerged as dominant party•Depressions had set stage for new changes in roles of government and public support•Ready for the Progressive Era

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the Battle of the Plains of Abraham..

You have answer these question by reading this passage.
This passage is all about the Battle of the Plains of Abraham which is battle of Qubec 1759.
I have attachted a file where you can find the passage and down side you will find the questions as well. After reading the passage what you have understand, you just have to answer the questions.

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The overview must place the statements within the historical context of the widespread myths

The overview must place the statements within the historical context of the widespread myths and stereotypes of Africa held in the Western world.
A body of the essay that includes several paragraphs. In this section, you will identify and select two or three areas—political, economic, social-cultural institutions/practices (education, family, religion, etc.). Then, critically evaluate and discuss how the areas functioned in pre-colonial Africa and the changes and exchanges that transpired in those areas during the colonial and postcolonial periods.
Your concluding paragraph should summarize your ideas about this topic. It should examine to what extent the new knowledge of Africa obtained from AFA 201 has reinforced or debunked the widespread myths and stereotypes of Africa held in the Western world such as the one embraced by Hegel and Trevor-Roper.
The question tests your understanding of the entire course content for AFA 201. Your essay will need to include references to at least four materials (book chapters/ articles/books/videos) studied and discussed in your class during the semester. You may include additional materials from other sources, if you choose. But, the four cited materials from your course are a minimum. Your references need to be well integrated into your essay.
Background: In The Philosophy of History (1837), Georg Hegel, an influential German philosopher, stated: “At this point we leave Africa, not to mention it again. For it is no historical part of the World; it has no movement or development to exhibit . . . . What we properly understand by Africa, is the Unhistorical, Undeveloped Spirit, still involved in the conditions of mere nature, and which had to be presented here only as on the threshold of the World’s History.” More than one hundred years later, the British professor, Hugh Trevor-Roper, echoed Hegel’s assertions in his book, The Rise of Christian Europe: “Perhaps in the future there will be some African history to teach. But at the present there is none; there is only the history of Europeans in Africa. The rest is darkness, and darkness is not the subject of history” (1964).
Assignment: Write an essay in which you critically reflect and respond to Hegel’s and Trevor-Roper’s comments above about Africa. Your essay should be 4-5 pages, typed and doubled spaced and must conform to the seventh edition of the APA (The American Philosophical Association). (Reference Page and Title cunt as 2 out of the 5 pages)

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The overview must place the statements within the historical context of the widespread myths

The overview must place the statements within the historical context of the widespread myths and stereotypes of Africa held in the Western world.
A body of the essay that includes several paragraphs. In this section, you will identify and select two or three areas—political, economic, social-cultural institutions/practices (education, family, religion, etc.). Then, critically evaluate and discuss how the areas functioned in pre-colonial Africa and the changes and exchanges that transpired in those areas during the colonial and postcolonial periods.
Your concluding paragraph should summarize your ideas about this topic. It should examine to what extent the new knowledge of Africa obtained from AFA 201 has reinforced or debunked the widespread myths and stereotypes of Africa held in the Western world such as the one embraced by Hegel and Trevor-Roper.
The question tests your understanding of the entire course content for AFA 201. Your essay will need to include references to at least four materials (book chapters/ articles/books/videos) studied and discussed in your class during the semester. You may include additional materials from other sources, if you choose. But, the four cited materials from your course are a minimum. Your references need to be well integrated into your essay.
Background: In The Philosophy of History (1837), Georg Hegel, an influential German philosopher, stated: “At this point we leave Africa, not to mention it again. For it is no historical part of the World; it has no movement or development to exhibit . . . . What we properly understand by Africa, is the Unhistorical, Undeveloped Spirit, still involved in the conditions of mere nature, and which had to be presented here only as on the threshold of the World’s History.” More than one hundred years later, the British professor, Hugh Trevor-Roper, echoed Hegel’s assertions in his book, The Rise of Christian Europe: “Perhaps in the future there will be some African history to teach. But at the present there is none; there is only the history of Europeans in Africa. The rest is darkness, and darkness is not the subject of history” (1964).
Assignment: Write an essay in which you critically reflect and respond to Hegel’s and Trevor-Roper’s comments above about Africa. Your essay should be 4-5 pages, typed and doubled spaced and must conform to the seventh edition of the APA (The American Philosophical Association). (Reference Page and Title cunt as 2 out of the 5 pages)

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Formatting style-MLA Dear writer, you need to complete Unit 4 Interactive Assessment Prompt: Shakespeare is

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Dear writer, you need to complete Unit 4 Interactive Assessment
Prompt: Shakespeare is the only Christian author read in this course (the Greek authors we have read lived well before the birth of Christ). Does his Christianity influence the way he writes tragedy (say compared to Sophocles)? If so, how? Find examples of the theme of revenge in Hamlet. Why does Hamlet struggle with avenging his father’s murder? Typically, revenge is forbidden in Scripture for private individuals. Does it matter that he is the Prince of Denmark with a duty to maintain justice in the land?
Instructions: Post 300 word, well edited response to the instructor’s prompt

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Dear writer, you need to complete Unit 4 Interactive Assessment
Prompt: Shakespeare is the only Christian author read in this course (the Greek authors we have read lived well before the birth of Christ). Does his Christianity influence the way he writes tragedy (say compared to Sophocles)? If so, how? Find examples of the theme of revenge in Hamlet. Why does Hamlet struggle with avenging his father’s murder? Typically, revenge is forbidden in Scripture for private individuals. Does it matter that he is the Prince of Denmark with a duty to maintain justice in the land?
Instructions: Post 300 word, well edited response to the instructor’s prompt

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What do the following sources (PRIMARY AND SECONDARY) tell us about the development

What do the following sources (PRIMARY AND SECONDARY) tell us about the development of law and culture in Ancient China?
PRIMARY SOURCES:
The Mandate of Heaven:The Classic of History (c. 1700 B.C.E.)Anonymous
Introduction The Shu Jing, or The Classic of History, is the oldest complete work among what are known as the five Confucian classics. The five classics were canonized as the basic elements of the Confucian educational system during the second century B.C.E., when the books were reconstructed by order of several emperors of the Han Dynasty (202 B.C.E.-220 C.E.). Already ancient in Confucius’s day, the current version is probably essentially the same text that Confucius (551-479 B.C.E.) knew, studied, and accepted as an authentic record of Chinese civilization.
The Classic of History is a collection of documents spanning some seventeen hundred years of Chinese history and legend, from 2357 to 631 B.C.E. The document that appears here was composed in the age of Zhou but purports to be the advice given by the faithful Yi Yin to King Tai Jia, second of the Shang kings. According to the story behind the document, when the first Shang king, Cheng Tang, died around 1753, his chief minister, Yi Yin, took it upon himself to instruct the new, young king in the ways and duties of kingship and the workings of the Mandate of Heaven.
The Mandate of Heaven was a political-social philosophy that explained the success and failure of monarchs and states down to the end of the empire in 1912 C.E. Whenever a dynasty fell, the reason invariably offered by Chinas sages was that it had lost the moral right to rule, which is given by Heaven alone.
Questions to Consider
According to the Mandate of Heaven, what are the most important lessons that history teaches? What does this reveal about the significance of ancestors in Chinese society and culture?
What must King Tai Jai do in order to become a successful ruler?
Source In the twelfth month of the first year … Yi Yin sacrificed to the former king, and presented the heirking reverently before the shrine of his grandfather. All the princes from the domain of the nobles and the royal domain were present; all the officers also, each continuing to discharge his particular duties, were there to receive the orders of the chief minister. Yi Yin then clearly described the complete virtue of the Meritorious Ancestor for the instruction of the young king.
He said, “Oh! of old the former kings of Xia cultivated earnestly their virtue, and then there were no calamities from Heaven. The spirits of the hills and rivers likewise were all in tranquility; and the birds and beasts, the fishes and tortoises, all enjoyed their existence according to their nature. But their descendant did not follow their example, and great Heaven sent down calamities, employing the agency of our ruler who was in possession of its favoring appointment. The attack on Xia may be traced to the orgies in Ming Tiao. … Our king of Shang brilliantly displayed his sagely prowess; for oppression he substituted his generous gentleness; and the millions of the people gave him their hearts. Now your Majesty is entering on the inheritance of his virtue; — all depends on how you commence your reign. To set up love, it is for you to love your relations; to set up respect, it is for you to respect your elders. The commencement is in the family and the state….
“Oh! the former king began with careful attention to the bonds that hold men together. He listened to expostulation, and did not seek to resist it; he conformed to the wisdom of the ancients; occupying the highest position, he displayed intelligence; occupying an inferior position, he displayed his loyalty; he allowed the good qualities of the men whom he employed and did not seek that they should have every talent….
“He extensively sought out wise men, who should be helpful to you, his descendant and heir. He laid down the punishments for officers, and warned those who were in authority, saying, ‘If you dare to have constant dancing in your palaces, and drunken singing in your chambers,– that is called the fashion of sorcerers; if you dare to set your hearts on wealth and women, and abandon yourselves to wandering about or to the chase, — that is called the fashion of extravagance; if you dare to despise sage words, to resist the loyal and upright, to put far from you the aged and virtuous, and to seek the company of … youths, — that is called the fashion of disorder. Now if a high noble or officer be addicted to one of these three fashions with their ten evil ways, his family will surely come to ruin; if the prince of a country be so addicted, his state will surely come to ruin. The minister who does not try to correct such vices in the sovereign shall be punished with branding.’…
“Oh! do you, who now succeed to the throne, revere these warnings in your person. Think of them! — sacred counsels of vast importance, admirable words forcibly set forth! The ways of Heaven are not invariable: on the good-doer it sends down all blessings, and on the evil-doer it sends down all miseries. Do you but be virtuous, be it in small things or in large, and the myriad regions will have cause for rejoicing. If you not be virtuous, be it in large things or in small, it will bring the ruin of your ancestral temple.”
Source: Anonymous, “The Mandate of Heaven: The Classic of History,” in Alfred Andrea and James Overfield, eds. The Human Record: Sources in Global History, Volume I, 3rd Edition (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1998): 26-28.
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Choose one aspect of Wilson’s foreign policy, identify the policy, explain its aim, and

Choose one aspect of Wilson’s foreign policy, identify the policy, explain its aim, and assess its success in a paper.
For the content of the paper you should:
Discuss and reference concepts taken from the course reading material and relevant research.
Include a title page, an introduction with a thesis statement, a body, a conclusion and a reference page.
Requirements:
Submit 3-4 pages (not including title or reference pages), double-space, and format according to the APA guidelines in the CSU Global Writing Center (Links to an external site.).
Include 2-3 credible, academic, or professional references beyond the text or other course materials.
Review the grading rubric to see how you will be graded for this assignment.
Resources:
Template Paper (Links to an external site.): A sample template with correct APA formatting.
CSU Global Writing Center (Links to an external site.): Provides writing style tips and tutorials.
CSU Global Library (Links to an external site.): A good place to find references.

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HIST309 – DB – Week 4 — Baroque and Rococo

Although beginning during the late Middle Ages, fashions of the 17th and 18th centuries were particularly characteristic of this notion.
Replies: Informing your 2 replies, make a real contribution to the conversation. Rather than just saying, “I agree” or “Good job,” be careful to provide support for your replies. (150 – 200 words each)
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columbia.edu/itc/mealac/pritchett/00generallinks/macaulay/txt_minute_education_1835.html (Links to an external site.) Use the background information, taken from Archives of Empire,

columbia.edu/itc/mealac/pritchett/00generallinks/macaulay/txt_minute_education_1835.html (Links to an external site.)
Use the background information, taken from Archives of Empire, I: From the East India Company to the Suez Canal 227-228 as a starting point for understanding the document.
The paper should consider the context of this source, who wrote it, when and why. Thesis should be something along the lines of : “The source demonstrates how educational policies shape political actions in X and Y specific ways, which changed in Z ways over time.”
Must have lots of citations/footnotes, proper quotations and analyzation.
3-4 Pages, 12 times new roman, double spaced

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columbia.edu/itc/mealac/pritchett/00generallinks/macaulay/txt_minute_education_1835.html (Links to an external site.) Use the background information, taken from Archives of Empire,

columbia.edu/itc/mealac/pritchett/00generallinks/macaulay/txt_minute_education_1835.html (Links to an external site.)
Use the background information, taken from Archives of Empire, I: From the East India Company to the Suez Canal 227-228 as a starting point for understanding the document.
The paper should consider the context of this source, who wrote it, when and why. Thesis should be something along the lines of : “The source demonstrates how educational policies shape political actions in X and Y specific ways, which changed in Z ways over time.”
Must have lots of citations/footnotes, proper quotations and analyzation.
3-4 Pages, 12 times new roman, double spaced

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columbia.edu/itc/mealac/pritchett/00generallinks/macaulay/txt_minute_education_1835.html (Links to an external site.) Use the background information, taken from Archives of Empire,

columbia.edu/itc/mealac/pritchett/00generallinks/macaulay/txt_minute_education_1835.html (Links to an external site.)
Use the background information, taken from Archives of Empire, I: From the East India Company to the Suez Canal 227-228 as a starting point for understanding the document.
The paper should consider the context of this source, who wrote it, when and why. Thesis should be something along the lines of : “The source demonstrates how educational policies shape political actions in X and Y specific ways, which changed in Z ways over time.”
Must have lots of citations/footnotes, proper quotations and analyzation.
3-4 Pages, 12 times new roman, double spaced

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Then, in an essay of at least 5 paragraphs and 1000 words: Identify the main

Then, in an essay of at least 5 paragraphs and 1000 words:
Identify the main arguments used by supporters and opponents of American independence and why each side thought their viewpoint was correct. Then, identify the events portrayed in each of the three images and explain why they occurred, and combined with what happened after each event, show how they encourage support for independence. Essays should be typed in 12-point font with a simple, clean font such as Times New Roman or Arial. Use 1″ inch margins on all sides and double-space the text.

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5 page essay on slavery and it needs to have a proper introduction and conclusion

5 page essay on slavery and it needs to have a proper introduction and conclusion and you need to explain th topic and what it is and why it is important to American History. Also you need to write why this topic interests you and your thoughts on the overall topic. Also, please cite any other materials that you use for this paper. https://www.thirteen.org/wnet/slavery/experience/f…
Here is one source that you can use!

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Response Paper 1 You will write a response paper of 2-3 pages in length. The

Response Paper 1
You will write a response paper of 2-3 pages in length. The topic can be any topic you found and read in the primary course text, readings, videos etc. You select your own topic from the materials we have covered so far in class. You will write a 2-3 page response that is double spaced, Times New Roman with 12 Font, and have a proper introduction and conclusion. The response must explain the topic (what is it?), why it is important to American History, why you are interested in the topic, and your thoughts on the topic.
If you use outside sources then cite the materials, but outside sources are not required. Again, if you do use outside sources, cite the material.
Please submit in a word document or a comparable format that Canvas can open.

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Also please watch the documentary CBC docs colonization Road: the path of reconciliation is

Also please watch the documentary CBC docs colonization Road: the path of reconciliation is long and winding and the CBC comedy channels land acknowledgment videos to answer some of the questions. Also, read the following articles to answer the rest of the questions decolonization is taking back our power by Pamela Palmater, the grassroots struggle: defenders of the land and idle no more by Arthur manual, and truth and reconciliation commission to Canada calls to action you can find these reading on goggle. if you have any further questions you can email me.
APA 7th Ed., 600 words no space between paragraphs.

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At the beginning of the American Republic, the locus of power was vested in

At the beginning of the American Republic, the locus of power was vested in the individual states. Over the years, the size, scope and power of the federal/national government has expanded exponentially. The following video does an excellent job explaining “Federalism”:

For this Discussion, please address the following…
1). What does “American Federalism” mean to you, as a citizen of the United States?
2). At this time in history, does the national government, state government or local government have a more direct, influential impact on American society and your daily life – for better or worse? Or, has a more “cooperative” approach been more impactful overall – per “cooperative federalism”. Provide a thoughtful, detailed rationale for your response, citing at least one specific issue or policy area as an example (such as our government’s collective response to the COVID-19 pandemic).
This video discusses how states and local governments are increasing the minimum wage (very important to millions of working Americans and their families), an action Congress has not taken since 2009:

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What do the following sources tell us about the development of law and

What do the following sources tell us about the development of law and culture in Ancient China?
Secondary Sources:
Siep Sturrman, Herodutus and Sima Qian-History and the Anthropological Turn in Ancient Greece and Han China-1.pdf Download Siep Sturrman, Herodutus and Sima Qian-History and the Anthropological Turn in Ancient Greece and Han China-1.pdf
Primary Sources:
The Mandate of Heaven (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. (Links to an external site.)
Selections from Sima Qian’s History-The Rise of the Han.pdf

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Hey there it’s 2 chapters reading chapter 4 and 5. I will send you the

Hey there it’s 2 chapters reading chapter 4 and 5. I will send you the questions before the due at 10:00 PM New York timeline. Also, it’s unlimited attempted so please I am trying to get 100% for both. both file are read for chapter 4 and 5. Some of the questions can be find on google.

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Essay Component: RECONSTRUCTION AMENDMENTS For this assignment, please research and write about the Reconstruction Amendments.

Essay Component: RECONSTRUCTION AMENDMENTS
For this assignment, please research and write about the Reconstruction Amendments. What can you say the impact of those amendments were on American society at large? How was society affected by the passage of those amendments and what would you say was the effectiveness in creating an “equal’ society?
Your essay should be at least 2-3 pages in length; saved as a .txt or .doc and submitted on time.

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