Midterm #1 Notes

Midterm #1 Notes - Midterm In the answer show how specific...

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Midterm: In the answer show how specific readings and people are related to the questions. Part I (80%) Chose two of the following: Democratic Citizenship, Gendered Citizenship, Limited or Constitutional Citizenship, Federal Farmer, Spiritual Citizenship?, Republican Citizenship? Maddison/Hamilton Gendered Citizenship From the Kann reading. “The founders aspired to create a republic of men. They employed hegemonic (the dominance of one social group over another) norms of manhood to stigmatize and bring into line disorderly men, reward responsible men with citizenship, and empower exceptional men with positions of leadership and authority”. “The founder’s gendered language defined male citizenship in opposition of womanhood.” Part II (20%) More Specific Question 3 questions more specific questions. “Americans agreed that manhood demanded economic and political independence or ‘manly freedom’.” “Americans also defined manhood in opposition to womanhood. Being a man meant governing female dependents and exhibiting the manly virtue and merit that controlled alleged female vices such as deceit and corruption. … Young males should mature into independent family patriarchs who governed female dependents.” Key Actors: Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Paine, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson Desperate Intense
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