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study source exam 2 - History 1025 Spring 2009 Getting...

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History 1025 Spring 2009 Getting Ready for the Second Exam This exam will cover chapters 21 through 25 in the textbook, the related readings in the Johnson book, and lectures from February 18 through March 16—that is, from the beginning of the Progressive era through World War II. The format will be identical to that of the first exam: identifications (choose five terms out of eight, 25 points), and an essay (choose one of two options, 75 points). Because we’ll have just one lecture and no recitations devoted to World War II, I suggest that when you read Chapter 25 you focus most carefully on the sections “Mobilizing for War” and “The Wartime Home Front,” while skimming more rapidly over the rest of the chapter. These sections will contain themes that I will address in lecture, and that will be most likely to appear in some form on the exam. When you write identifications, remember to make them brief but explicit: who or what was the term to be identified, and—crucially—what was its significance? As you study,
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2009 for the course HIST 1025 taught by Professor Funk,merle during the Spring '07 term at Colorado.

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