AMH 2020 Exam I Essay and Short answer

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I need you to write an essay and answer 3 of 6 questions from the book called "give me my liberty", Also you need to rely more on my class notes rather than the book to write the essay question. however the 3 other question you should answer them from the book.

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I need you to write an essay and answer 3 of 6 questions from the book called "give me my liberty", Also you need to rely more on my class notes rather than the book to write the essay question. however the 3 other question you should answer them from the book. 

I upload a file describe the questions. and a pictures of the notes.

AMH 2020 EXAM I

 

Part One: Essay (worth up to 70 points).  Answer ONE of the following two questions, and be sure to follow the instructions for each question carefully.

 1) The period from the end of the American Civil War in 1865 to the turn of the 20th century began with high hopes for the creation of a more free and equal nation.  The defeat of the rebellion and final destruction of slavery opened the door to this possibility.  Looking at the historical events of Reconstruction (1865-1877), the Gilded Age (1870-1890), and the Populist Era (1890-1900), and citing specific examples from the in-class lectures and films you’ve watched on YouTube, write a brief (2 pages, typed, double-spaced, preferably 12-pt font,roughly 500 words) essay explaining the extent to which the United States did, or did not live up to the ideal of creating a more free and equal society between 1865 and 1900.

 2) The Progressive vision of America at the outset of the 20th century imagined fixes to the stark problems of inequality raised by the growth of industrial capitalism, along with ways to find common ground in a nation racked by labor conflict and experiencing massive immigration from abroad.  Many of them saw the First World War as an opportunity to spread Progressive values around the globe.  Looking at the historical events of the Progressive Era and WWI (1900-1920),and citing specific examples from the in-class lectures and films you’ve watched on YouTube, write a brief (2 pages, typed, double-spaced, preferably 12-pt font, roughly 500 words) essay explaining who the Progressives were, the types of reforms they instituted, whether they solved the problems of inequality, labor conflict, and immigration, and finally, how the First World War impacted the Progressives’ dreams.

 Part Two: Short Answer (worth up to 30 points).  For THREE of the following terms, please briefly define your term (i.e. what it was, what happened, etc…), make clear when it occurred, and finally and most important, why it matters (i.e. what is historically relevant about it, what consequences did it result in, etc…)

 

Chapter 15: Freedmen’s Bureau, Fourteenth Amendment

Chapter 16: Dawes Act, Social Darwinism

Chapter 17: Chinese Exclusion Act, Philippine War

Chapter 18: Industrial Workers of the World, Pure Food and Drug Act

Chapter 19: Zimmerman Telegram, League of Nations

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AMH 2020 EXAM I Part One: Essay (worth up to 70 points). Answer ONE of the following two questions, and be sure to follow the instructions for each question carefully. 1) The period from the end of the American Civil War in 1865 to the turn of the 20th century began with high hopes for the creation of a more free and equal nation. The defeat of the rebellion and final destruction of slavery opened the door to this possibility. Looking at the historical events of Reconstruction (1865-1877), the Gilded Age (1870-1890), and the Populist Era (1890-1900), and citing specific examples from the in-class lectures and films you’ve watched on YouTube, write a brief (2 pages, typed, double-spaced, preferably 12-pt font, roughly 500 words) essay explaining the extent to which the United States did, or did not live up to the ideal of creating a more free and equal society between 1865 and 1900. 2) The Progressive vision of America at the outset of the 20th century imagined fixes to the stark problems of inequality raised by the growth of industrial capitalism, along with ways to find common ground in a nation racked by labor conflict and experiencing massive immigration from abroad. Many of them saw the First World War as an opportunity to spread Progressive values around the globe. Looking at the historical events of the Progressive Era and WWI (1900-1920), and citing specific examples from the in-class lectures and films you’ve watched on YouTube, write a brief (2 pages, typed, double-spaced, preferably 12-pt font, roughly 500 words) essay explaining who the Progressives were, the types of reforms they instituted, whether they solved the problems of inequality, labor conflict, and immigration, and finally, how the First World War impacted the Progressives’ dreams. Part Two: Short Answer (worth up to 30 points). For THREE of the following terms, please briefly define your term (i.e. what it was, what happened, etc…), make clear when it occurred, and finally and most important, why it matters (i.e. what is historically relevant about it, what consequences did it result in, etc…) Chapter 15: Freedmen’s Bureau, Fourteenth Amendment Chapter 16: Dawes Act, Social Darwinism Chapter 17: Chinese Exclusion Act, Philippine War Chapter 18: Industrial Workers of the World, Pure Food and Drug Act Chapter 19: Zimmerman Telegram, League of Nations

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Creating a Free and Equal Society in America
Even though the end of the Civil War was motivated by the noble ideal to create a
relatively more liberalized and equal society, the United States encountered various
unanticipated challenges which fettered the realization of these objectives. The setbacks are
manifest throughout the events of the Reconstruction, the Gilded Age, and the encounters of the
populist era.
The Reconstruction
The events of the Reconstruction are significant in establishing a liberalized and equal
society in America. The significance of this period is manifest from the encounter of milestones
such as the end of slavery resulting in the emergence of new slave citizens protected by civil
rights enshrined under the three Constitutional amendments then (Str...

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