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3. ESSAYS ON MONOGRAPHS. Each student shall craft a five page essay in response to the following questions: (These essays should by typed-double spaced, no more than 12 point font, one-inch margins all around). A monograph is a separate dissertation or essay on a single subject or an aspect of it

1) The Civil Rights movement had many sources and catalysts. According to Stephen Whitfield, how did the Emmett Till case generate attention and precisely how did it change the movement for Civil Rights in the nation as a whole? What does the author reveal about the social structure of the South during this period, and how does the rest of the country react to this story? Be sure to be specific and avoid overgeneralizations, such as “it had a big impact.” This paper is due at the end of Unit One prior to taking the first exam.

2) Although David Halberstam’s book deals with Vietnam prior to what most Americans consider the true beginning of the war, his work suggests there was little reason to be optimistic about the outcome of American involvement. What were the major problems with the effort of South Vietnamese and Americans in preventing an eventual North Vietnamese takeover of the country? And how did American policy during the Cold War lead to that involvement? This paper is due at the end of Unit Two prior to taking the second exam. Since it deals with the Vietnam War, you may want to read this early on in Unit Two.

4. TERM PAPER. Each student shall draft a term paper, and will consult with the instructor on the topic for the paper. It will address a narrowly focused topic on some aspect of US history since 1950. It should include a description of the event or person under study and spend at least part of the paper analyzing the varied opinions offered by journalists, politicians, or historians.
It should contain a minimum of ten pages of text and use the endnote citation form described in Turabian, Manual for Writers. These must make wholesale use of available primary sources and address a controversy in the scholarship in the recent era. You must obtain my informal

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HIST 427 – UNITED STATES HISTORY SINCE 1950

approval for a topic by Lesson Fifteen, submit a prospectus describing what you are going to argue and what source materials you will use by Lesson Seventeen. You must submit your final draft by Lesson Twenty. This, of course, can be done at any time during the course. I would encourage you to find a topic in which you have been particularly interested and write on that topic. I am always available to help you on this.

All papers will be submitted to a website to check for plagiarism.

NOTE ON RESOURCES: The Moss text contains excellent essays at the end of each chapter that will help you on your term paper, as they summarize the critical books and suggest different interpretations. They also suggest possible websites for primary sources.

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The brutal murder of Emmett Till and his body thrown into the river by the two white
men led to the rise of Civil Right Movement in the United States. The court verdict rendered
by an all-white jury angered many about the actions of the court systems (Anderson, 2015).
Despite having enough evidence to justify that the two perpetrators of the killing were guilty,
they stated that the defendant was not guilty. The court ruling angered many of the black
people.
The death of Emmett Till was a good recipe for the civil right revolution in the south
and all part of the country. Till's mother did everything to ensure that the plight her son
passed through was known in all parts of the world (Pollack, 2017). She, for instance, staged
a demonstration to demonstrate about the death of her son. Her actions won the attention of
many people who decided to join her in the fight against racism. The efforts by the
demonstrators erupted into a civil right movement. Even though the death of Till did not
receive the much-needed attention at the onset, people later joined the movement with aim of
exposing their plight to the whole world.
Before the incidence, the civil right movement was very dormant but after what
happen to the Till, the civil right movement becomes active (Anderson, 2015). The incidence
contributed to an active demonstration by people to demand their rights. To demand justice
for all the people, some renowned scholars wrote the articles to express their anger. Bob
Dylan, for instance, wrote an angry ballad in 1963 called ‘The Death of Emmett Till.' The
expression by Dylan was to show that they were dissatisfied with was going on in the society.
According to Whitfield, the social structure of the south was mainly dominated by the
white people. The white people regulated the activities of the b...

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