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Russia Final Exam - Question 2(Essay Worth 50 points...

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User : In Course : HS320 I001 Win 08 (HS320 I001 Win 08) Instructor : Mark R Hatlie Final Exam Warning : There is a checkbox at the bottom of the exam form that you MUST check prior to submitting this exam. Failure to do so may cause your work to be lost. This exam is due Mar 31, 2008 at 12:00 AM. Instructions : Pick any two of the four questions and answer them in your own words with 1000-1200 words each. Question 1 (Essay Worth 50 points) Pick a person, theme, event, trend, place, etc. and compare and contrast how the textbook covers that thing with how some other source covers that thing. Questions like this may be important: Do they agree on interpretations and meanings? Do they share the same level of analysis? Do they focus on the same kinds of evidence? How do they differ in their coverage?
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Unformatted text preview: Question 2 (Essay Worth 50 points) Compare and contrast the roles of Stalin and Peter the Great in Russian history. How did they change the country? Were these periods in history strongly influenced by their personalities or did these periods bring forth men to fit the hour? Were their programs similar? Use examples. Question 3 (Essay Worth 50 points) If you were told to present Russian history as divided into specific phases or periods, how would you do so? According to which criteria would you divide up Russian history and which would be the main, general attributes of each period? Question 4 (Essay Worth 50 points) Write an essay that thoughtfully engages the material presented in unit 10 of the discussions. YOU MUST CHECK THE BOX BELOW PRIOR TO SUBMITTING...
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