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Interview Essay Religious Fundalmentalist

Elizabeth is a Fundamentalist living in the 1930's. Your task (again, as a member of the Rasmussen College Historical Society) is to go back in time and interview Elizabeth. The focus of your interview is twofold.  First, you are to discern from Elizabeth what it meant to be a Fundamentlist in the 1930's, how that shaped her worldview, and how America understood fundamentalism at the time.  Second, you are to learn from Elizabeth how American religion has changed over time.  How is being a Fundamentali

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You are hosting a dinner party for female artists of any time period. You can invite as many guests as you would like, but you must invite a minimum of 5 guests.

 

Which female artists would you invite? Why would you invite them? What contributions did they make to the art field? Your “guests” are not restricted to the ones that are covered in this course.

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historical essay

Chose ONE of the following:

John Quincy Adams

Henry Clay

WEEK 9

Compare Erasmus and Luther in their attempts to bring about religious reform. Consider the role of the printing press and the actions of German princes in helping Luther to succeed. Next, identify one (1) example of the Protestant Reformation’s impact on visual arts. Pretend you are in a company or some other group in which you feel there is corruption. (Use a real incident if you wish). You have the option of remaining and working for reform from within, or of leaving and hoping to start or land something new.

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NEW DEAL

What were the details of the New Deal? Was the New Deal a "good deal" for all Americans? Were there any groups opposed to the New Deal? Were some concerned over the increase in government power?

 

QUESTION MUST BE ANSWERED USING A SPECIFIC FORMAT SHOOWN BELOW.

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