HIS220 SNHU Apollo Missions & JFK Speech On Moon Essay

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The Body of Your Essay

You should have written the introduction to your historical analysis essay, and now it is time to start drafting the body of your paper. In this exercise, you will be required to draft three paragraphs that will go in the body of your paper. You should plan to spend one to two hours on this assignment.

Construct each paragraph using the P.I.E.* method. Each paragraph should have a topic sentence, include evidence from you research, and relate back to your argument.



References

Bizony, P., (1994, July). Politics of Apollo. Omni, 16(10), 44+. Retrieved from http://link.galegroup.com.ezproxy.snhu.edu/apps/doc/A15530666/ITOF?u=nhc_main&sid=ITOF&xid=742d38d7

Dunbar, B., (n.d). Apollo Missions. Retrieved from https://www.nasa.gov/specials/apollo50th/missions.html

Kennedy, J.K., (September 12, 1962). John F. Kennedy Moon Speech - Rice Stadium. Retrieved from https://er.jsc.nasa.gov/seh/ricetalk.htm

Launius, R. D., (2017). NASA’s Quest for Human Spaceflight Popular Appeal. Social Science Quarterly (Wiley-Blackwell), 98(4), 1216–1232. https://doi.org/10.1111/ssqu.12473

Logsdon, J. M., (2015). After Apollo? : Richard Nixon and the American space program. Retrieved from https://ebookcentral-proquest-com.ezproxy.snhu.edu

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Thesis Space exploration efforts and sending the first American to the moon were part of the cold war between the United States and the Soviet Union in a bid to show power and superiority as one of the basic approaches by the warring nations. Introduction “If we can get to the moon before the Russians, then we should.” This was the statement that President John F. Kennedy offered to scientists in his commitment to space exploration. On 25 May 1961, President Kennedy announced to the nation the goal of sending an American safely to the Moon before the end of the decade. The president confided in a press conference on 21 April that he was leaning toward committing the nation to a large-scale project to land Americans on the Moon. This move by the president and the nation at large was a bold move in advancing the technological and scientific advancement of the nation. Space exploration efforts and sending the first American to the moon were part of the cold war between the United States and the Soviet Union in a bid to show power and superiority as one of the basic approaches by the warring nations. ...
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Thesis Statement: Space exploration efforts and sending the first American to the moon were
part of the cold war between the United States and the Soviet Union in a bid to show power and
superiority as one of the basic approaches by the warring nations.
I. Introduction
II. Satellites
III. Rush
IV. Public support


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HIS 200: Applied History
Southern New Hampshire University
April 8, 2019
Apollo Missions
“If we can get to the moon before the Russians, then we should.” This was the statement
that President John F. Kennedy offered to scientists in his commitment to space exploration. On
25 May 1961, President Kennedy announced to the nation the goal of sending an American
safely to the Moon before the end of the dec...

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