When answering the written response questions please follow these requirements:
- a. Your answer to each question should contain a minimum 200-word response.
- b. Spelling and grammar will impact your grade. Make certain to proofread each response carefully before clicking on the submit button.
- c. General encyclopedias are not acceptable sources.
Compare and contrast the political attitudes toward slavery of Stephen A. Douglas with those of Abraham Lincoln. What were the results of the Lincoln-Douglas Debates?
Your response should be at least 200 words in length. You are required to use at least your textbook as source material for your response. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.
Choose one of the following questions to answer. Your answer should be at least 200 words in length and your sources should be cited. You must use your textbook as a source. In addition to your answer, you must respond to at least 2 others. Each response should be at least 100 words in length. One of your responses must be to a question other than the one you have chosen.
1. Which was worse: World War I or World War II? Justify your answer.
A primary source is one which was created during the time in which it deals. They are very important for a historians' research and can tell us quite a bit about a society. Choose ONE of the follow primary sources and discuss. What is the source? When, where, and by whom was it written? What does it tell us about this society?
Galileo’s Letter to Duchess Christina of Tuscany
Why wasn't Robert Kennedy the Democratic presidential candidate in 1968?
Can today’s conflicts be compared to Vietnam, and if so, why are there not modern protests like those seen in that era? Who were those era’s protesters, and do today’s youth have the same voice?
ANSWER QUESTION TWICE. 200 WORD MIN EACH QUESTION. APA
The Discussion Assignment will concentrate on the Industrial Revolution in the United States, specifically the late U.S. Industrial Revolution and the invention of the airplane. All Daytonians (and those who are studying at an institute of higher learning named after the Wright brothers!) should know the Wright brothers' story. A fascinating part of that story is the Wright brothers' feud with the Smithsonian Institute.