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FINAL EXAM AMH 1020 Pick THREE questions and answer them using well thought out

FINAL EXAM AMH 1020 Pick THREE questions and answer them using well thought out essays.  Your essays should be from one and a half to two pages in length.  Your exam is due no later than 11:59 PM. DECEMBER 7 and should be submitted to CANVAS.  I’m sorry I cannot grant any extensions for this exam.  I am literally giving you to the last minute to write and submit the exam—there is absolutely no leeway, so please, get your essay…

Learn about the less-known aspects of the Revolution and discuss patriotism.  Mo

Learn about the less-known aspects of the Revolution and discuss patriotism.  Most of you have studied the American Revolution in elementary, middle, and high school, and maybe even college. However, many subjects about the Revolution are not studied widely. Should they be? Does more knowledge make you more or less patriotic (love the U.S.) or have no effect? Assignment directions Read TWO of the articles below, one each on a topic you haven't studied much but think is important. 1.…

Here is how the assignment is to be completed: •  First, pick a film from the su

Here is how the assignment is to be completed: •  First, pick a film from the supplemental list that interests you.  All the films on this list in some way relate to this class, so make sure that you find one that is interesting and/or enjoyable.  The supplemental film list is divided into four lists that correspond to dates during the semester and the three units of the class.  Make sure that the movie that you pick comes from the…

Students will locate an object and will write a museum-style record including th

Students will locate an object and will write a museum-style record including the provenance, physical description, personal history and memories, date or era, photographs, the importance to American history from 1865-today, and a three source bibliography for the object they select. If no family objects are available, students may use an object ( family heirlooms for which can be used as primary sources) from 1865-today found in the collections of the Smithsonian Institution Archives, or another reputable museum. The paper…

Instructions:  Read the following Discussion question carefully, then submit an

Instructions:  Read the following Discussion question carefully, then submit an original answer.  Your answer should be at least a few sentences to a paragraph in length.  There is no "right" or "wrong" answer, but your opinion should be well-reasoned and based on fact.  (no references needed) this is just an opinion... How successful do you feel the Ford and Carter administrations were at healing the widespread public distrust in government that followed the Vietnam War and the Watergate scandal?  Which…

Instructions:  (MLA Format) Carefully read the following question, and submit yo

Instructions:  (MLA Format) Carefully read the following question, and submit your answer based on your readings and understanding of the subject.  Your answer should be at least a paragraph in length. Please proofread your submission--points will be deducted for sloppy work. What was Richard Nixon's strategy for ending the Vietnam War in "peace with honor?"  Was it successful?  Why did Nixon's Vietnam policy ignite a new storm of anti-war protests at the same time that the American military presence in…

Congress and the Legislative Process “Our intent will not be to create gridlock.

Congress and the Legislative Process “Our intent will not be to create gridlock. Oh, except maybe from time to time.” - Bob Dole As per Article I, Section 2 and Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution, the United States Congress is divided into two parts (bicameral): the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate. Whereas the U.S. Senate is comprised of two senators per state, the House of Representatives divides 435 representatives among each state, according to U.S. Census data.…

Congress and the Presidency: An Unequal Relationship? “The tyranny of the legisl

Congress and the Presidency: An Unequal Relationship? "The tyranny of the legislature is really the danger most to be feared, and will continue to be so for many years to come. The tyranny of the executive power will come in its turn, but at a more distant period." - Thomas Jefferson In 1783 American colonists, defying incredible odds, had just beaten the United Kingdom, western hemisphere's preeminent power, in the American War for Independence. (NPS.gov, n.d.) Now, these thirteen colonies,…