Response Essay 1 on De Bary and Lufrano, Sources of Chinese Tradition, Confuciusand the Analects, pp. 41-63.Each response essay should be around 800 words, single-spaced, and should contain three parts: Summary, reflections and discussion/questions. In your essay,you should first summarize the assigned reading in 200 words. Then, you should explain (i) how the reading is connected/relevant to the current topic/current chapter inthe textbook and (ii) how the topic discussed in the reading is similar to or different from a non-Chinese culture that you know (of) in 400 words. Lastly, you should raise acritical question or issue you have when reading the reading in 200 words. Response essays receive high grades are those that show not only your understanding to theclass but also your own opinions to the topic.
Throughout the historical period of this course, 1880-1945, workers’ movements, especially labor unions, had uneven success. In the period from 1880 to the early 1930s, workers lost more battles than they won, but in the mid- and late-1930s this was reversed, so that by the end of the 1930s workers’ advances far outpaced their losses.Write a paper describing this turnaround of the labor movement and explaining the causes for it. What part of this change was due to the foundations laid in earlier periods, and what part to new developments in the 1930s?After your introduction, you should use about one page to describe the differences between the pre-1930s period and the period of the mid-1930s and beyond. Then, in the remainder of the paper, explain the reasons for this change.These explanatory reasons could include factors external to the labor movement, such as economic change and actions of management and the government, as well as factors internal to the labor movement, such as inclusiveness, organization, and tactics. [Note that these are only a few samples of many possible factors affecting the outcomes.] Which of these explanatory factors began earlier, laying the groundwork for the changes, and which were new developments in the 1930s?Be sure to provide specific evidence to back up your argument.For sources, you must use the textbook (Who Built America?), including chapters 8 and 9. You can also use the supplemental readings as well as class lectures, videos and discussions. You may not use any other sources (with one exception described below), including web sources, because it is difficult to determine the accuracy and reliability of much of what is available on the web. If you find you do need additional sources of information, you may use the peer-reviewed articles accessible through JSTOR, a portal into several scholarly journals available to you as Rutgers students through the library (http://www.libraries.rutgers.edu/indexes/jstor).
The American Revolution not only impacted the British colonies in North America, but also throughout the world. Describe a revolution that is occurring today and compare it to the American Revolution. Be sure to include the roots of the current revolution and its impact worldwide.In 8-10 Sentences
Explanation: Thomas Jefferson believed in the strict interpretation of the Constitution, and he was against Alexander Hamilton creating the First National Bank, as there was nothing in the Constitution about it Hamilton used a loose interpretation of the elastic clause to validate creating the bank. When Jefferson became president of the United States in 1800, he was given the opportunity to buy the Louisiana territory from Napoleon. This type of situation is not mentioned Constitution, but Jefferson went ahead and bought the land, bypassing Congress in the process. He used the same elastic clause as validation.Guidelines:Please, please, please dont copy off the internet this is YOUR own creation – be proud of your own work.Please also make sure the picture represents the time period mentioned in the textbook chapter and is historically accurate.
We all love memes, and memes are a great way to communicate. It also gives us an opportunity to analyze historical facts, visualize, and interpret them. For this discussion, you will use historical images and create an historically accurate meme on any of the following topics in Chapter 9: Democracy in America. Then write a brief paragraph explaining your meme. Respond to at least one other meme.The Missouri CrisisAndrew JacksonThe Bank WarThe Nullification CrisisThe Eaton AffairThe Panic of 1837The Whig PartyHow do I get the images? Google the topic and find the image youd like to use. Then write the meme. You can write on the image or below (you dont need to use a meme generator). Finally, submit it and the explanation to the discussion board. Use the “Insert stuff” icon (the white arrow in the small black box on the top left) to upload the image. Please cite your sources for the images.
There is a biology of life – that is the biology of aging!We being to age from the moment of life awakening!You will become increasingly familiar with my teaching of “food as medicine”Your fuel for life is derived from your nutrition!Feed it junk and you will age in a junky manner!Likewise – it is important to know that our need for supplements changes as we age!
How do you define imperialism? Is imperialism always colonialism? What is colonialism? Why colonialism? Do you know the different between direct rule and indirect rule? What was the aim of imperialism and colonialism? Why did great powers (more or less) abandon commitment to territorial empires? What is the relationship between nineteenth-century imperialism and capitalism?
You are responsible to read all of the information in the following top tabs and corresponding side tabs as well as the primary documents associated with each one: Home (Welcome); Murder by Slander (Introduction); Background (all side tabs and primary documents); Cold War/Hot War (all side tabs and primary documents); In Pursuit of Norman (all side tabs and primary documents); Aftermath (all side tabs and primary documents).Please use the following questions to guide your investigation/analysis of the Norman Great Canadian Mystery:Was Norman guilty of being a Soviet spy? Why? Why not? Evidence?How did the context of China and the Cold War contribute to the charges against Norman?How much did systems of government in Canada and the US contribute to the Cold War climate?What was the role of McCarthyism? Was it a successful way of dealing with threats to National Security?Did Normans death represent justice served or a terrible tragedy? How would you deal with internal threats in a time of war?Do you think this kind of event could/should happen again?
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