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AMST 100 Paper 4 Spring, 2011 DUE: Thursday, April 21 Answer the following questions using materials from lecture and course readings. Part I How did conservatives’ vision of America (expressed in Barry Goldwater’s speech and the Sharon Statement), differ from the vision of the Civil Rights Movement, the New Left (Port Huron Statement), and the Counterculture?
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Unformatted text preview: Which vision was ultimately more “American?” Part II How did the values articulated by Sylvia Plath in The Bell Jar differ from the values expressed by Edward Bellamy in Looking Backward ? What might explain those differences? Would she have been happy in Bellamy’s vision of America’s future?...
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