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There are 3 parts to the Unit 3 Exam. All three parts must be address and all three parts must be submitted together in a single document. Guidelines for each part are located in the links below.

Research and Citations:

The Unit Exams are not timed, so you may use the textbook, videos, assigned documents, or other outside sources. In the case of the textbook and the assigned documents, only direct quotes need to be cited, requiring only the author’s last name in parentheses. Outside sources (books, websites, etc.) may also be used, but in this case all information must be cited and must be listed in a works cited (or bibliography) at the end of the essay. For your citations, please use Chicago, MLA, or APA. You will submit your paper through plagiarism checking software, so be sure to cite any and all direct quotes.  For help with citations, see the "History / Writing Help" section of the course menu.

How to submit your exam:

All three parts of the Unit 3 Exam must be submitted together in a single word processing document. The Unit 1 Exam is worth 100 points of the final grade and will be due by 11:55 PM on the date listed in the course calendar. All papers must be submitted through the course website and must be one of the following file types: .doc, .docx, .rtf, or .txt. Do NOT submit .pdf, .pages, or google doc files.


There are 3 parts to the Unit 3 Exam. All three parts must be address and all three parts must be submitted together in a single document. Guidelines for each part are located in the links below.

Research and Citations:

The Unit Exams are not timed, so you may use the textbook, videos, assigned documents, or other outside sources. In the case of the textbook and the assigned documents, only direct quotes need to be cited, requiring only the author’s last name in parentheses. Outside sources (books, websites, etc.) may also be used, but in this case all information must be cited and must be listed in a works cited (or bibliography) at the end of the essay. For your citations, please use Chicago, MLA, or APA. You will submit your paper through plagiarism checking software, so be sure to cite any and all direct quotes.  For help with citations, see the "History / Writing Help" section of the course menu.

How to submit your exam:

All three parts of the Unit 3 Exam must be submitted together in a single word processing document. The Unit 1 Exam is worth 100 points of the final grade and will be due by 11:55 PM on the date listed in the course calendar. All papers must be submitted through the course website and must be one of the following file types: .doc, .docx, .rtf, or .txt. Do NOT submit .pdf, .pages, or google doc files.


Video link: https://www.c-span.org/video/?15026-1/president-dwight-eisenhower-farewell-address


Unit 1

Questions:

1. In Document 1, how does Franklin D. Roosevelt characterize World War II and the threat posed by fascism and Nazi Germany? Had he survived, do you think Roosevelt would have characterized the Cold War and the Soviet Union in the same way? Why, or why not?

2. Describe the primary arguments explained in Documents 2 and 3. How does Kennan explain the threat of the Soviet Union and communism? How does he characterize the weaknesses of the Soviet system? How do Kennan and the NSC (Document 3) suggest the United States respond to the perceived threat of the Soviet Union and communism?

3. Using the textbook, provide some specific examples of how the ideas in documents 2 and 3 shaped U.S. foreign policy from 1945-1960.

4. In his farewell speech (video and Document 4), what does Eisenhower say about the Cold War? How does his message reflect the ideas from Documents 2 and 3? What warnings does he give for the future? How does Eisenhower's speech relate to Roosevelt's (Document 1)?


Unit 2

“World War II reshaped ideas about American nationality.” Assess the validity of this statement by comparing the experiences of first-generation immigrants, second-generation immigrants, and black Americans during World War II. (300 words)


Unit 3

 The Nixon-Khrushchev debate held in the setting of a suburban kitchen illustrated how freedom in America had come to mean economic abundance and consumer choices during the 1950s. How is this new conception of freedom a departure from Roosevelt’s “Four Freedoms”? (300 words) 


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