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ID’s are going to be right before the civil rights movement (5 IDs) Both big essays are cumulative Big One 3 family events that you want to use: chronologically Immigration background (1890s to 1910) World War II Vietnam, 911 Ellis Island Jacob Riis (1920) WWII something in between details about Vietnam or others Come up with three different Ids or more for each of these chronologically HST 112 – Frederickson Study Guide Final Exam How have the HST 112 course themes of power, identity, and environment shaped your interpretation of the history of the United States from 1865 to the present? How have ideas of “manifest destiny” and American exceptionalism, the belief that America had a special destiny to expand across the continent and eventually around the world, shaped the political, economic, and cultural aspirations and actions of the United States? In what ways have United States citizens traditionally responded to the nation’s call to go to war? From World War I to World War II; from Korea and Vietnam to the Iraq war, what have been the
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course HST 112 taught by Professor Winkler during the Fall '08 term at Miami University.

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