HST313A/314A: Modern U.S. History | Unit 2 | Lesson 5: New Politics
Growth of Democracy
1. The presidential campaign of 1828 was unlike any other that had come before it. Explain how and why the
With any solution, there will primarily be a conflict with it. The compromises in 1850
being set forth were a positive impact towards a better nation. The government came up
with the Compromise of 1850 when the additional states obtained from Mexico had b
I think the compermises were a bad idea because this country was divided up so much
everyone had different views and the south was big on slavery that there was no piont in
trying to make a agreement with them which puts us up to the civil war
I think the compromises before 1850 were not good ideas. For example, the missouri
compromise was a horrible idea. I think slavery is a dark part of the U.S history. Also
very saddening that we used people for work and judged them for the color of the ski
The Compromise of 1850 wasn't really a great achievment in my opinion. This would
only stop the inevitable for a few years which would become the civil war. ANd there
would always be someone to break up the slavery to slavery free ratio like Fredrick
Even though compromises in the early America kept everyone satisfied, they could not do
so. In addition, the nature of the compromises split the country because of regional
differences in ideas.
While the Missouri Compromise did appease the people for a w
The Compromise of 1850 was disliked by the North and the South. The South didn't like
how California could enter as a Free State. On the other hand, the North didn't like the
Compromise of 1850 because having slaves was allowed in Washington, D.C. This
Describe your process in choosing the research topic and presentation format.
Explain how successful you've been in researching your topic. Describe any problems
you've encountered during your research.
Explain the challenges of creating an annotated bibl
Both sides of my family, my mom and dad's side, immigrated from the island of Taiwan to America at around the same age (~1980). My mother and father's parents both came to America to do business and provide better opportunities for my parents.
When my mot
My grandfather on my mothers side worked hard in Korea to earn money to be able to start his own business in Koreatown, Los Angeles. When my mother was four years old, my grandfather moved to California first to get settled and learn how to make a living
My mother, along with her two sisters and her mother moved from Vietnam to Connecticut about forty years ago when she was around 15 years old. Though she does not remember much about her childhood, she tells me about how her family wanted to escape the co
Imagine walking into a classroom where you are the only one that speaks english. Everyones mouth is constantly moving but you have no clue what they are saying. That is what these immigrants from all over the world feel like, and my parents were one of th
On my dads side my grandmother is Scottish and my grandfather is German. My mothers side is all Greek. My dads mother immigrated from Scotlatnd to Buffalo, New York with her sixteen siblings. Her father was a prebisyterian priest so they moved to New York
During the 1980's, my mother moved to the United States from South Korea. The United States was the so called "American Dream" which influenced my grandparents to immigrate there. Burbank was their first home when they arrived in the United States. Commun
Name: Violet Gao
HST313A/314A: Modern U.S. History | Unit 2 | Lesson 12: Disunion
Interpreting the Constitution
Use the following question as a basis for writing a well-organized essay on the constitution
HST313A/314A: Modern U.S. History | Unit 1 | Lesson 11: Creating a More Perfect Union
Name: Violet Gao
Submit this assignment to your teacher by the due date to receive full credit.
HST313A/314A: Modern U.S. History | Unit 2 | Lesson 16: Unit Test
Defining a Nation Unit Test, Part 2
Use the following question as a basis for writing a well-organized essay on the issues that helped define
I believe the intention of the compromises made in the early 1800s was good. However,
the solutions put forth by the compromises only end up delaying the break out of the
inevitable Civil War. In the early 1800's, the United States was rapidly expanding.