Consumer Revolution And The Colonizing Of America History Discussion Help

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Topic 1:

1) Compare and contrast hunting- versus agricultural-based tribes. How did each respond to European incursions on their lands? Using specific details, which group was better suited to sustain this significant change? (See map on page 9 of HIST 4).

2)Read John Winthrop's "A Model of Christian Charity." John Winthrop Defines the Puritan Ideal of Community, as well Dewar's article on England's joint stock companies. Discuss the motivations for English colonization of America. Identify a particular group or colony and discuss the political, economic, or social reasons behind their coming to the New World. Explain.

Topic 2:

3)There is a belief that the United States is a "Christian Nation." Based on the founding documents and the prevalent Enlightenment ideals of the 18th century, how could this argument be supported or opposed?

4)How did the Great Awakening challenge the authority of the established churches? What role did this play in planting the seeds for the Revolution? How did the challenging of religious authority lead to the challenging of political authority?


Topic 3:

5) There was much debate over the ratification of the Constitution. Choose either the Federalist or anti-Federalist position and argue the legitimacy of the Constitution and its provisions. Include a discussion of how the Constitution addressed the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation.

6) How were civil rights of all Americans initially impacted by the implementation of the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments? How were they circumvented and by whom? Finally, how did the civil rights guaranteed by the aforementioned laws become a reality to all of America?


Topic 4:

7) Based upon the circumstances at the time, were Rockefeller's business practices justified? How did other captains of industry (Carnegie, Morgan, Vanderbilt, etc.) conduct business in the late 19th century? What were the negative consequences of their actions? How did government and labor respond?

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8) Read Samuel Gompers testimony before Congress regarding the AFL and the original platform of the Knights of Labor from the links below. What issues did labor unions attempt to resolve in the early 1900s? How successful were they at resolving these issues? Why was there such a struggle between business and labor, why was it so difficult for them to come together. Why were strikes so violent? (Not being recognized, the issues they were trying to resolve, etc.) How did labor unions improve the working conditions for American workers?

http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/teachers/historyonline/gompers_amfedlabor.cfm

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Topic 5:

9) Read the following articles from the Topic 5 Readings:

"The Banality of Gilding: Innocuous Materiality and Transatlantic Consumption in the Gilded Age," "Thorstein Veblen: Conspicuous Consumption, 1902," and "America’s Gilded Age" and then answer the discussion question that follows:

During the Victorian Age, the upper class became very wealthy in part by exploiting the lower classes. For America to become a great and wealthy nation, was the exuberance and disparity of the Victorian age justified? Explain why.

10) Why was the New Deal initiated? What problems did it address? What were some possible unintended consequences of the New Deal? Did the New Deal solve the problems it was designed to solve? Do you believe the legacy of the New Deal is a positive or negative? Explain.


Topic 6:

11) Discuss the ideals and goals of the Abolition movement, including the key players and events. How did their Christian faith affect their views on the abolition of slavery? Did all Christians promote abolition? Explain.

12) Read about Horace Mann, John Dewey, the "Northwest Ordinance of 1787," the "Morrill Land Grant College Act of 1862," "Brown vs. Board of Education" decision, and "President Lyndon B. Johnson’s Commencement Address at Howard University, June 1965." What actions has the federal government taken throughout the nation’s history to ensure that all citizens have an opportunity to obtain an education? Explain how each of the documents expands educational opportunities.


Topic 7:

13) How did the Civil War affect the home front? What was the connection between the home front and battlefront for both North and South? How did the strategy of total war affect the outcome and legacy of the war?

14) The Second World War affected the foreign policies of the United States in the postwar world. How did the strained allied relationships, particularly those of the United States and the U.S.S.R. contribute to initiating the Cold War? Discuss the key events that occurred from the Berlin Airlift to the Cuban Missile Crisis and their impact on the United States.


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Running head: HISTORY ASSIGNMENT

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HISTORY ASSIGNMENT
History Assignment
Topic 1

1. The agricultural based tribes’ economic activity was cultivating crops, while the hunters’
economic activity was catching wild animals for meat. Both tribes responded negatively
to the invasion of the Europeans on their land, but the hunters were affected more
immensely than the farming group (Carson, 2017). The agriculturalists were better suited
by the incursion as the Europeans supported large scale farming, while the hunters’
activity was destroyed because the animals they hunted got instinct due to excessive
demand.
2. Most Europeans’ motive for colonizing America was to spread Christianity to the
Indians. However, the English wanted to escape the killings that occurred in their
country. In addition, the English were seeking to accumulate wealth.
Topic 2
3. The argument can be opposed on the basis that the Enlightenment Ideals promoted
religious tolerance and fought for the recognition of minority religions that had been
silenced by Christianity.
4. The Great Awakening challenges the established churches’ authority through devolving
the power to spread the gospel to freelance evangelists who co...

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