3.25 American Studies 100

3.25 American Studies 100 - American Studies 100 Wednesday,...

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American Studies 100 Wednesday, March 25th, 1999 Announcements:Extension on final paper. It is now due on April 23, 1999. There is no recitation for the week of April 19 - 23, but we will meet at normal class time on FRIDAY to turn in the final papers. Second mid-term on March 31, 1999 Review on Monday, March 29th Lecture notes: Westering as an Expansion of the Slave System Frontier of Slavery Prime motivation of the South and Southwest was to expand slavery and plantations Between the Declaration of Independence and the Gettysburg Address, America was balancing on a knife's edge over the issue of slavery Cultural Paranoia during the years leading up to the Civil War. "Declaration of Independence" - Thomas Jefferson Usually divided into three parts - Preamble - List of Abuses - Declaration It takes the form of a petition, but it is more in the form of a slave petition Audiences - King George III - English Parliament - American People (mostly higher class, educated)
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