HSTAA 212 Exam 1 Review

HSTAA 212 Exam 1 Review - HSTAA 212: Sample examination...

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HSTAA 212: Sample examination questions (essay): What were the predominant military practices and attitudes of the colonial period in America. Are they reflected in the Constitution and, if so, how? What were the main factors working for and against the Americans during the Revolution? Likewise, what factors did the British have going for and against them? What strategic plans did the British have for defeating the American rebellion during the eight years of the Revolution? How well did they match with reality, how well did the British follow their own plan(s) and with what success? Compare the roles played by, and evaluate the performance of, the militia and the "regulars" in our two "wars of independence". What can you conclude about the importance of the militia system overall--and why did Americans cling to it for so long? How did sea power, and "command of the sea", figure in the two wars between the United States and Great Britain? Evaluate American conduct of the War of 1812 (national strategy, preparedness, leadership
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2008 for the course HSTAA 212 taught by Professor Notsure during the Spring '07 term at University of Washington.

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HSTAA 212 Exam 1 Review - HSTAA 212: Sample examination...

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