In the first chapter of The American Political Tradition author Richard Hofstadter examines the political views of the Founding Fathers. Based on that chapter, our work in class and the other assigned readings (including the Constitution itself), answer the following: a) How did the Founders view liberty, democracy, and property, concepts considered by most Americans… Continue reading In the first chapter of the american political tradition author richard hofstadter examines the political views of the founding fathers.
• Reading Response #2 (10/05): First half of The Bhagavad Gita Your answer should have two things: • Basic facts: You should bring in facts and examples to make your argument. If you want to say that gender roles are the same in all classical societies, then you have to give me examples from different… Continue reading Does this question apply to us today?
The Protestant Reformation and the Scientific Revolution were both movements involving a dramatic break with existing institutions and beliefs. Compare and contrast the two movements: did they have shared or similar sources? Be sure to consider technology, politics, institutions of authority, and geographic differences. Please use the provided sources Galileo, Letter to the Grand Duchess… Continue reading The condemnation of
Questions: 1. What is the thesis? The thesis is the main argument(s) or claim in the text. It is usually (but not always) found in the introduction section (first few paragraphs) of the text. It is usually one to three sentences that sums up the whole argument in the argument. If the article that follows… Continue reading It is
usually one to three sentences that sums up the whole argument in the argument.
You need to find and read at least TWO relevant secondary source. An acceptable secondary source is either a book or journal article that has citations (footnotes). Any website that is an educational website (history.com, encyclopedia entries, khan academy, textbooks., etc., are NOT acceptable secondary resources. We are no longer in the Presearch phase- we… Continue reading What led you to pick this particular source?
each article must have their own title and heading etc. Open IMG_E1427.JPG first to see the instructions then start off with IMG_1342.JPG and go in order from there thank you very much
Read the attached to this week 8 (FILES) “The Great Depression.PDF” file as well as other available sources and respond to the following questions: Discussion Forum Topic for week 8: If you were to apply this Great Depression of 1929 article to our recent economic collapse of 2008, what lessons have we learned? Can you… Continue reading Not an opinion but research-based arguments only.
Must have relavent and balanced historical evidence Thorough research based on scholarly sources I have provided a publish
The review must show clearly define the author’s argument, discuss strengths and weaknesses, as well as provide commentary on the overall presentation and effectiveness of the work and have a cover page. The review should showcase your ability to critically analyze historical arguments, identify suppositions and dissect points of view. The review should discuss the… Continue reading The review must show clearly define the author’s argument, discuss strengths and weaknesses, as well as provide commentary on the overall presentation and effectiveness of the work and have a cover page.
Your answer should be a minimum of 1500 words total for all of the questions. CHAPTER 8: EASTERN AFRICA TO THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY QUESTIONS AND EXERCISES Question 1: Assess the importance of Christianity in the medieval kingdom of Ethiopia. Question 2: Discuss the role of trade in the Muslim penetration of the horn of Africa… Continue reading Your answer should be a minimum of 1500 words total for all of the questions.