summery response midterm paper from 9-10 paper

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hi again, it's a pleasure to work with you again, the last one was perfect i hope this one too. for this one you have to answer the three following question with limit (2-4) pages and (700-1000) per each question with total 9-10 pages. answer them recording to one source which is the (the Voices of Freedombook) by Eric pounder with no outside sources or the paper wont be graded. please follow the instructor direction below and let me know if you want anything.

For each section, you will answer ONE of the two questions. Each answer should be between 700-1000 words (2 to 4 pages). You must cite at least two of the primary readings in each answer from (the Voices of Freedombook). The Exam is due at 11:59 PM on Wednesday, October 10. Your exam will be uploaded to Canvas. It will be checked for plagiarism using Turn-It-In.

Section 1 – From Reconstruction to the Roaring Twenties:

  1. What role did immigrants play in American history, from the end of the Civil War to 1920s? Compare and contrast these experiences with those of African Americans during the same time frame.

Section 2 – The Progressive Era and Jim Crow:

  1. In what ways were the Progressives advocating for social reform? In what ways were they advocating social control? How were the achievements of the Progressive Era preserved following World War I, into the 1920s?

Section 3 – World War I:

  1. Explain the changes that occurred on the home front during World War I. What were the war experiences for immigrants, African-Americans, and everyday Americans?


Exams must conform to ALL conventions of formal writing. This means that your essays are expected to be doubled-spaced, 12-point font, grammatically correct, and refer back to the course’s readings. Please include a word count on your paper. Papers that are either too long or too short will be penalized.

Please submit your document as a Microsoft Word file – or a similar word processing file. DO NOTconvert the file to a PDF.


  • Your exams should have a heading with the section number and the question that you’re answering (either #1 or #2). If you don’t tell me which question you are answering, I will not know how to grade you!
  • Like the last assignment, you answers should have an introduction, a body (where you provide the evidence for your answer), and a conclusion.
  • The last paragraph of the paper should be your conclusion. In your conclusion, summarize your arguments you made to answer the question.
  • Your answer should be based on the course material – the assigned readings and lectures. DO NOT CONSULT ANY OTHER OUTSIDE SOURCES!!!I do not want to know what Google or Wikipedia tells you about these topics. All the information you need to answer these questions can be found in the text book, the primary source reader, and the lectures. You will be docked points for any outside research!!
  • Don’t forget, you MUST also introduce and contextualize your quotes. You must tell your reader what document you’re quoting.
  • You should also try to avoid extended quotations. In almost all circumstances, you shouldn’t be quoting more than one or two sentences at a time. When you’re trying to quote a longer passage, intersperse your own words as necessary. When I see paragraph-length citations I start to worry that you’re just trying to fill up space...

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