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For this assignment, you will be comparing the treatment of civil liberties during WorldWar I and World War II and ultimately making a statement about the changing nature ofcivil liberties between these two wars as well as in times since then. See the scoring rubricbelow for more details on how you will be graded on your research and writing. Thispractice assignment is worth 40 points.This section is worth 16 points.Step 1:Examine the documents listed below. These documents can be found under the period"1890 – 1945: Domestic and Global Challenges" on the AP U.S. History Research Librarywebsite.Diane M. T. North, "Civil Liberties: The World War I Precedent We Don’t Want toRepeat"Christopher Dunn, "Op-Ed: The Supreme Court And Civil Liberties During Times ofWar""Summary,"Personal Justice Denied: Report of the Commission of Wartime Relocationand Internment of CiviliansKorematsu v. the United States"Executive Order 9066: Resulting in Relocation of Japanese (1942)""Executive Order 8802: Prohibition of Discrimination in Defense Industry (1941)""Understanding the Civil Liberties Act of 1988"Step 2:Select two of the above documents on which you will conduct a deeper analysis.Optionally, you may choose to analyze outside sources instead of sources from the ResearchLibrary, but just remember that your assignment is to compare the state of civil liberties duringWorld War I and World War II. You will want to balance your analysis by examining documentsor choosing your own sources that cover both wars. Here are some websites to get you started inyour independent research:Weblinks

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