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MidtermStudyGuide - Study Guide Midterm Exam Spring Quarter...

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Study Guide Midterm Exam Spring Quarter 2008 Part One: Objective Questions Section One: The Seventeenth-Century Two of the following topics will appear on the exam; you will be asked to write on either one of them. 1. Describe the contrasting religious sensibilities of Euro-Americans and Native-Americans in the seventeenth-century. 2. How did seventeenth-century Europeans perceive the Native-Americans all around them? 3. Describe the seventeenth-century origins of American conservatism. Two of the following topics will appear on the exam; you will be asked to write on either one of them. 1. Describe the argument Madison makes in Federalist #10. 2. In what way(s) can Madison be said to have misperceived the future course of American history? 3. Describe the obstacles to changing the basic inequality built into the U.S. political system. Section Three: Walt Whitman, New York City and the Emergence of American Liberalism
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2008 for the course HIST 207 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '06 term at Cal Poly.

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