What do you consider to be the core causes of the Civil War (both short term”wit

What do you consider to be the core causes of the Civil War (both short term”within 10 years of the start of the war and long term”anything more than 10 years before the start of the war)? At what point do you believe the war became inevitable? Choose one of the three positions covered in… Continue reading What do you consider to be the core causes of the Civil War (both short term”wit

Week 6 Discussion 2: World War II 1111 unread replies.1111 replies. Required Res

Week 6 Discussion 2: World War II 1111 unread replies.1111 replies. Required Resources Read/review the following resources for this activity: Textbook: Chapter 27 Lesson Minimum of 1 scholarly source(in addition to the textbook) Initial Post Instructions For the initial post consider three (3) of the following events: Treaty of Versailles Rise of fascism militarism and… Continue reading Week 6 Discussion 2: World War II
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Week 2 Objectives: In Week 2, we will explore the three branches of government,

Week 2 Objectives: In Week 2 we will explore the three branches of government and differentiate the powers granted to the executive legislative and judicial branches of the federal government by the U.S. Constitution as well as the concepts of separation of powers and checks and balances as established by the U.S. Constitution.These topics are… Continue reading Week 2 Objectives: In Week 2, we will explore the three branches of government,

Week 1 Objectives: In Week 1, we will be introduced to the United States Constit

Week 1 Objectives: In Week 1 we will be introduced to the United States Constitution.Well consider the influence of early governing documents and Enlightenment Era philosophy on the development of the Constitution and well discuss the why theAmerican system of government wasdesigned as a federal republic based on the principles of representative democracy.

We will cover a great amount of information in a relatively brief period of time

We will cover a great amount of information in a relatively brief period of time! When writing your weekly reading responses you are not required to refer to all the information in every chapter. Instead focus on what is the most interesting and relevant to you and elaborate upon those things. However it is excellent… Continue reading We will cover a great amount of information in a relatively brief period of time

Watch these videos (Bob Woodwards Tedx Talk on Watergate and the brief clip of

Watch these videos (Bob Woodwards Tedx Talk on Watergate and the brief clip of President Nixon). Then answer the questions below. 250 words minimum. NO PLAGARISM. NO WORK CITIED. ORIGINAL WORK ONLY. NEED IN 24 HOURS. What was the Watergate scandal? Briefly describe what was going on? 2. Political scandals arent infrequent but Watergate was… Continue reading Watch these videos (Bob Woodwards Tedx Talk on Watergate and the brief clip of

Was race identified with slavery before the era of European exploration? Why or

Was race identified with slavery before the era of European exploration? Why or why not? How did slaverys association with race change the institutions character? One possible method to break this question into its multiple subquestions for paragraph responses. A short paragraph introduction of pre-European exploration slavery how this institution functioned. This leads to your… Continue reading Was race identified with slavery before the era of European exploration? Why or

Visit the Memphis Brooks Museum of Arts (or other reputable, renowned art galler

Visit the Memphis Brooks Museum of Arts (or other reputable renowned art gallery) virtually and write a standard essay that discuss your online experience. Choose and describe one particular work of art pertaining to a period we have discussed in class (i.e. Egyptian or African Art). Attach a picture of the art work with your… Continue reading Visit the Memphis Brooks Museum of Arts (or other reputable, renowned art galler

Voting, Political Parties, and Political Campaigns Nobody will ever deprive the

Voting Political Parties and Political Campaigns Nobody will ever deprive the American people of the right to vote except the American people themselves and the only way they could do this is by not voting. “ Franklin D. Roosevelt Did you know that the U.S. Government has an official website? USA.gov is a comprehensive resource… Continue reading Voting, Political Parties, and Political Campaigns
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