Perspectives on Early America and American Politics Questions

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This is the final assignment in the class worth 5 points. 

Instructions: you need to use the text Perspectives on Early America  to answer at TWO of these questions. Each answer should be 2-3 fairly long paragraphs and you need to use examples from the essays in your answer. 

  1. NewmanSlave Revolts. Describe the slave revolts and attempted slave revolts during the 1600s and 1700s. Use examples from the essay in your answer.
  2. Newman- Frederick Douglass. From the information in this essay write a biography of the life and times of Frederick Douglass.
  3. Gudelunas- American Politics. Describe the evolution of the two party political system in our early history and use examples from this essay in your answer.
  4. Adams- Ensuring National Security. Describe the evolution of American foreign policy in our early history and use examples from this essay in your answer.
  5. Hunt-American Revolutionary war. Write a narrative that shows the evolution of the military action in the American Revolution.
  6. Ennis-Coming of the Civil War. How does Ennis describe the major causes of the Civil War? Use examples from the essay in your answer.

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Newman-Slave Revolts. Describe the slave revolts and attempted slave revolts during the
1600s and 1700s. Use examples from the essay in your answer.
The Slave Revolts of the 1600s and 1700s was a slave uprising that happened in almost
every society that was involved in slave trade. This period was the most dreadful for the slaveholders. Despite lacking proper organization, the slave revolts finally succeeded. They really
challenged the system of slavery and the lives of many African-Americans and slave-holders.
The slaves decided not to work, because they knew this would really affect their masters’ lives.
Their masters would be forced to look after themselves whe...


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