NYTimes 5pp Blight from Race and Reunion 32pp Stone War and Liberty

Nytimes 5pp blight from race and reunion 32pp stone

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David Blight:“Forgetting Why We Remember.”( NYTimes , May 30, 2011), 5pp. Blight: from Race and Reunion. 32pp (*) Stone, War and Liberty , pp. 22-40 Eyes on the Prize , pp. 107-132 October: 2: Who Is an American? “If we turn this war, which was heralded as a war of humanity, in any sense into a war of conquest, we shall forever forfeit the confidence of mankind.” Carl Schurz to President McKinley, May 9, 1898 Theodore Roosevelt, “True Americanism” 9 pp. (N); A. Mitchell Palmer, “Fear of Dissent” 3 pp. (N); Stone, War and Liberty , pp. 41-63. Eyes on the Prize , pp. 133-165 October 9: No class. Makeup class to be announced October 16: The Lost Generation, The Wasteland, The Jazz Age, The Harlem Renaissance: What were the 1920s? F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby (180pp) Eyes on the Prize, pp. 166-203. Paper 2 due October 23: The Great Depression & World War II Michael Gold, “Did God Make Bedbugs?” pp. 320-326 (*) Roosevelt and the Holocaust: Letter from Saul Bellow to Cynthia Ozick (July 19, 1987) 4pp. Stone, War and Liberty , pp. 1-21;64-84 Eyes on the Prize , pp. 204-227 October 30: Father Coughlin, Charles Lindberg, and Henry Ford: The Rage of Anti- Semitism—Can It Happen Here? Philip Roth, “Eli, the Fanatic.” pp. 628-659 (*) Eyes on the Prize , pp. 228-287 November 6: Memorializing the Unimaginable J.D. Salinger, “Perfect Day for Bananafish” and “For Esme, With Love and
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Squalor.” (pp.3-18; 87-114) Michael Berenbaum: “When the Last Survivor is Gone” 3 pp.(N) Daniel Mendelsohn: “Stolen Suffering” 3 pp. (N) Eyes on the Prize , pp. 228-332. Research paper proposal and preliminary bibliography due November 13: Dresden and Hiroshima: Vonnegut, Hersey, and the Enola Gay John Okada, No-No Boy (pp. 1-232)
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