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This second paper covers the period between WWII and the implementation of Neoli

This second paper covers the period between WWII and the implementation of Neoliberal Policies in Latin America (1980s-1990s). Students will analyze primary material from a variety of sources provided in class, and at least one, but no more than three, additional outside sources. The main expected skill is to formulate an argument about a particular event or historical process on the sphere of international relations. (Between 3-4 pages, Arial 12, 1.5 spacing)

No more than 2-3 typed, double-spaced pages. Assignment requirements: (1) thesis

No more than 2-3 typed, double-spaced pages. Assignment requirements: (1) thesis statement/argument, (2) answers to the questions posed below, (3) research using at least 1 additional source on the movement you intend to compare with AIM (American Indian Movement), (4) parenthetical/citations and works cited, or bibliography Assignment Questions: 1)What were Native Americans trying to achieve through social protest and the occupation of sites like Wounded Knee? 2)Using specific examples from “Lakota Woman,” what was the purpose of the Wounded Knee…

In Chapter 1 of “Our Kids” Robert Putnam talks a lot about opportunity, and how

In Chapter 1 of "Our Kids" Robert Putnam talks a lot about opportunity, and how that has changed, and how it relates to inequality. What do you think "Opportunity" means? He also cites surveys showing that 95% of Americans believe in the idea of "equal opportunity." This is the idea that everyone should start out with equal chances in life, yet in the US, it seems this is not the case that we have equal opportunity. Why do you think…

Read this chapter from the book and use it as a source you need three strong poi

Read this chapter from the book and use it as a source you need three strong points from the reading. Write a one page paper Discussing  the important role African American women played in the fight for women’s suffrage. How did their motivations differ from those of white women? Analyze Terborg-Penn’s endnotes. What primary sources does she use and how might they be helpful to your topic? Explain

Why did the British colonists in what would become the United States choose raci

Why did the British colonists in what would become the United States choose racial slavery as a primary form of labor? The colonists did not arrive with race-based slavery in mind, but they would begin establishing it within a few decades. So then what other forms of labor did they use or attempt to use on a widespread basis, and why did slavery become so dominant?

Please read instructions for Journals (this can be found on the home page) befor

Please read instructions for Journals (this can be found on the home page) before starting this assignment. For your first Journal you will research the Great Awakening.  Cite any work (just with a works referenced page) using MLA (http://tcc.fl.libguides.com/MLA (Links to an external site.)). You will write your paper as a fictional person who has attended an Awakening revival led by Jonathan Edwards or George Whitefield. You will write a journal (diary) entry, letter or newspaper article about your experience. …

Family History All narratives must be typed and double-spaced. The final narrati

Family History All narratives must be typed and double-spaced. The final narrative should have a cover page, an acknowledgment page (thanking the family members who helped you), and can be accompanied by copies of family photographs if you choose. A. Time Line (1 to 2 pages for each section of the family history) The first part of this project consists of a three-generation timeline that covers the period of the course. Your timeline should include three related sets of dates:…

Hey there, I am willing to assign someone to write an analysis on debating techn

Hey there, I am willing to assign someone to write an analysis on debating techniques and skills used in politics, debating clubs or on other platforms / on stage where opinions, facts and thoughts are exchanged. Find an example of a political debate on YouTube or on other online platforms / websites and analyse. 5-7 mins. of it. What techniques is the speaker / are the speakers employing, what oral skills are they making use of ? etc. Here is…