Essay Cove

Essay Cove

The assignment is that you write a short biography of a person who lived and worked in the United States between 1900 and 1940, explaining how and why the message of the person’s life that you have selected provides testimony witnessing the injustices confronting workers of his or her or their historical period. You may…

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1000-word -Determine and explain a theme for the documentaries you chose.(80 points) -Show how that theme is present in ALL THREE DOCUMENTARIES you chose. (240 points) -Discuss how this theme is present in your own experience as a person who is living in the U.S. during this time of cultural awakening and conflict. (80 points)…

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documentary for this week is 17 years old, but the issues that Frontline explored in 2005 are still revenant to the our society today.  Additionally, according to a 2014 study of Los Angeles County, the average cost of jailing an individual with serious mental illness exceeds $48,500 per year. By comparison, the price tag for…

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This assignment is the second in a series of 4 assignments on the same topic, due in Weeks 2, 5, 8, and 10. The assignments build upon each other. Assume you are an investigative reporter for a major publication (magazine or newspaper) who has been assigned to research important issues (ethnic, racial, gender, or class) that…

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Discussion #8: The decision to drop the atomic bomb. Critics have charged that the United States was morally irresponsible in using the atomic weapons against Japan during World War II. Were the United States’ actions justified? In order to prepare for this discussion forum:  Review and identify relevant sections of Chapter 26 to support your…

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Discussion #7:  Where should we place the blame for the Great Depression? Where should we place the blame?  Economists believe the Great Depression was caused by the weaknesses in the 1920s economy, but the person whose name will be forever linked to the depression is President Herbert Hoover.  Personally blaming him for the crisis, Americans started to…

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Length tips–To answer these topics completely, it takes a minimum of 350 words. Use the topic questions and the scoring rubric to see if your draft responds fully to all parts of the question. A complete thoughtful answer is more important than word count. Topics, Choose one Topic A: Compare the advantages and disadvantages of act-utilitarianism…

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Discussion Question: Must be at 300 words. Examine the implications of colonialism on American universities. From your examination of this topic, how did this influence shape the universities of the time and what impact has it made on colleges and universities today? Discussion Question: Must be at 300 words. Examine republican influences on American universities.…

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By the following mercantilism, the British government thought their policies would strengthen the empire. What factors helped to blunt the impact of mercantilism and cause unrest in the colonies? How might the problems contribute to the American desire for independence?

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Assignment Guidelines Discuss the use of satire in Candide. How does Voltaire highlight injustices in the 18th century? Is this effective? Explain. Base your analysis on the themes and concepts from the readings and lectures. Provide evidence for any arguments you make with quotes and paraphrases accompanied by in-text citations and a Works Cited page.…

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