HIS_200__Applied_History Week 5 Short Responses.docx - James W Lynch Jr HIS 200 Applied History Southern New Hampshire University October 7 2018 Week 5

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James W. Lynch, Jr. HIS 200: Applied History Southern New Hampshire University October 7, 2018 Week 5 Short Responses – Question 1 In the space below, specify which historical lens you'd like to use for this exercise. The political lens of the Southern States has a long history of discrimination and segregation in their use of legislation to subvert Federal legislation. This is evident in the many policies implemented by the South post-reconstruction of the South. Week 5 Short Responses – Question 2 Next, formulate a research question about the Civil Rights Movement, using the lens you've chosen. How did Plessy v. Ferguson allow the Southern States continue their fight against the Civil Rights Movement? Week 5 Short Responses – Question 3 First, go back and review the research question you developed in Step 1. For Step 2, first name two different primary sources that you might use to answer that question. Be as specific as you can. Supreme Court of the United States, (1896), U.S. Reports: Plessy v. Ferguson, 163 U.S. 537, Retrieved from The Roanoke Daily Times, (Mar. 23, 1895), "The Law is Constitutional", Retrieved from Week 5 Short Responses – Question 4 Next, name two different secondary sources you could use to answer your research question.
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