1. To what extent was Abraham Lincoln an abolitionist by 1865? Trace
the evolution of his position on slavery from the Lincoln Douglas
Debates (1858) to the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863, to his
death in 1865.
"The South grew, but it did not develop." By the 1840s this was true socially,
politically, and economically. Analyze the ways is this statement valid or not valid
for each factor.
South did grow and prosper econ
1. How did the nationalism that grew from the War of 1812 influence the creation of the Monroe
Doctrine? To what extent were its provisions enforceable?
James Monroes secretary of state, John Quincy Adams, spent hou
1. Using your British Colonial Tension Chart and timeline, discuss the
progression of the tensions between the American colonists and Britain
which led to the American Revolutionwhich of these events was the
1. Discuss how William Penn viewed his colony as a holy experiment? How did the
Quaker religion differ from Puritanism in New England?
When William Penn established the colony in 1681,Pennsylvania, he looked to use his Quaker
1. . During the presidency of John Adams, several crises characterized his rocky term of
office. Evaluate how the Election of 1796, the XYZ affair, the Alien and Sedition Acts,
and the ensuing Kentucky and Virginia
Rhetoric And Composition
8 September 2016
Life is a mixture of experiences, bulture, tradition, sexuality, politics and much more. Experiences
make us the person who we are today. These experiences demonstrates how
1. How was Boss Tweed a symbol of political corruption during the Gilded Age?
The latter part of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in America are referred to
as the Gilded Age. This name was adopted by Ma
Title: Outsmarting amnesia: Research points to a new way of forming memories
Author: David Levin
Publication: Tufts University
Date: 7 June 2016
Summary: As the class tends to d