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  • Answered History of America

    1) What perceptions of “others” are reflected attending Miss Columbia’s School House (Document 1)? How does Aguinaldo’s criticism of America’s policies towards the Philippines (Document 2) echo the 1894 political cartoon? What do these two documents suggest about the way America perceived conquered...

  • Answered Why did movie theaters thrive during the Great Depression

    Question Question 1What 1927 film was the first feature-length talkie? AnswerThe Blue AngelThe Wizard of OzThe Black PirateThe Jazz SingerQuestion 22 points Why did movie theaters thrive during the Great Depression? AnswerBrief escape from realityPrices relatively inexpensiveSubsidized by the WPASou...

  • Answered summer of love question

    What was the key to success, according to Tupperware in summer of love? And according to the consumer culture of the 1950s, Tupperware translated into "ringing cash registers” by providing these two factors:

  • Answered Chap 20 Empire and Wars

    QUESTION 1 1.      American “jingoism” was a response to the perceived inferiority of nonwhite peoples. demand for Christian missionaries in China. late nineteenth-century masculinity crisis. lengthy campaign for women's suffrage. 4 points    QUESTION 2 1.      Despite their differences, The...

  • Answered Ashworth HS150 WORLD CIVILIZATIONS I exam 1

    Question Question 1 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points Upon which of the following basic doctrines did Jains and Buddhists agree? A. The concept of reincarnation is a myth. B. All souls should strive to attain moksha. C. The caste system should be rejected. D. There is only one god. Question 2 of 20 0.0/ 5.0 Poi...

  • Answered Egyptian love poetry

    Describe the ancient Greek competitive character, and compare the ancient Olympics (as a festival featuring athletics) to the Olympics today, identifying any major differences. Explain what the Olympic rules regarding females and evidence, such as the "running girl" artifact, reveal about female sta...

  • Answered Explain how Louis XIV used the various arts and his motives...

    Explain how Louis XIV used the various arts and his motives for doing so. Identify one (1) example of a modern political leader approaching the arts this way.

  • Answered HIS 415 Entire Course

    This file of HIS 415 Entire Course contains:HIS 415 Week 1 DQsHIS 415 Week 2 DQsHIS 415 Week 3 DQsHIS 415 Week 4 DQsHIS 415 Week 5 DQsHIS 415 Week 6 DQsHIS 415 Week 7 DQsHIS 415 Week 1 Topic Significance of Prior HistoryHIS 415 Week 3 Assignment The Buddhists Riots 1963HIS 415 Week 4 Assignment Coop...

  • Answered HIS 104 Week 4 Quiz

    This file of HIS 104 Week 4 Quiz shows the solutions to the following questions:1. Compare and contrast three "isms" of the 20th Century - Fascism, Communism, and Nazism (National Socialism). Describe the beliefs of each. Identify any common themes that were present. Which countries embraced the mov...

  • Answered HIS 125 v3 Week 4 Progressives

    This pack includes HIS 125 v3 Week 4 Progressives

  • Answered HIS 125 v3 Week 2 DQs

    This pack of HIS 125 v3 Week 2 Discussion Questions shows the Solutions to the following problems:DQ 1: By the end of the 19th century, the major American Indian Wars were over and many Native Americans were living on reservations. Was their defeat inevitable? Why or why not?DQ 2: The American gover...

  • Answered HIS 135 Capstone CheckPoint End of the Cold War

    This file comprises HIS 135 Capstone CheckPoint The Ending of the Cold War

  • Answered HIS 415 Week 6 DQs

    This paper of HIS 415 Week 6 DQs gives the solution to:How Diplomacy Involves Saving Face (graded)The class lectures and readings from Dr. Moss book speak about how presidents get personally invested in the results of their work, and how that investment impacts the decisions they make. Presidents do...

  • Answered HIST 405 Week 1 DQ 2 Colonial Identities

    This paper of HIST 405 Week 1 DQ 2 Colonial Identities covers:The colonies of New England, the Mid -Atlantic and the Upper and Lower South developed their own forms of culture, conduct and commerce. Given the choice, where would you have preferred to live?

  • Answered HIS 308 Week 3 DQ 2

    This document of HIS 308 Week 3 Discussion Question 2 shows the solutions to the following points:World War I has often been described as the world's first modern war. Do you agree with this assessment? What elements of this conflict should make it be seen as a "modern" war?

  • Answered HIS 125 v3 Week 4 DQs

    This archive file of HIS 125 v3 Week 4 Discussion Questions consists of:DQ 1: Do you think the philosophies and ideas of the Progressive movement were inspired, or merely arrogant? Why?DQ 2: The rise of the Socialist and Communist parties in America led to some of the more radical response to exploi...

  • Answered HIST 405 Week 4 DQ 2 Reconstruction

    This pack of HIST 405 Week 4 DQ 2 Reconstruction comprises:Lincoln had one plan for bringing the rebel states back into the Union, Andrew Johnson another, and the Radical Republican Congress a third. Discuss the aims of each president, and explain why and in what ways Congress took control of Recons...

  • Answered HIS 415 All DQs

    week 1 discussionWesterners Reading Overseas History (graded)Most people, most of the time, know their own national history better than they know that of other nations, even their neighboring nations. Even though we know our own history better than that of others, we often learned it during our seco...

  • Answered HIS 415 Week 2 DQs

    This pack of HIS 415 Week 2 DQs comprises:Failure of Diplomacy in 1954 (graded)The readings and lecture have identified several formative activities that defined the American understanding of world history from 1946 to 1989 (and American activity during that period): Baruchs labeling of world confli...

  • Answered HIS 104 Week 3 Discussion Question 2

    This file of HIS 104 Week 3 Discussion Question 2 comprises:Chronicle 19th century European imperialism. What were the motives for imperialism? How was it justified? What overall effect did it have, not only on those countries that were colonized, but also the world as a whole? Provide two specific...

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