Exam 2 Study Guide (Final Exam)
Unemployment in the 1920s jumped from 3.1% in 1929 to 25.2% in 1933, joblessness led
unemployed men to get into trouble (crime/violence), also detracted from their masculinity, lots
of college graduates were worki
FINAL EXAM AMH 2010: United States History to 1865
Instructions: This is an open note and open book exam. You can ONLY use class
materials lecture notes, writing responses, and assigned books. No other outside
materials area allowe
WHAT IS AN AMERICAN
By: Jessica Johnson
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What Is An American?
To be an American, according to J. Hector St. John De Crevecoeur, means to have regained the
harmonic dignity and simplicity of times most Europeans may
I believe the number one reason Americans won the revolution is because of their home field advantage.
The British were over three thousand miles away, traveling to foreign soil, trying to achieve political
obedience. Americans had learned guerrilla tacti
Put yourself in the position of George Washington. What do you see as his biggest challenges as the first
president? How well do you think he performed in the office? Support your answer with references to
the readings for this module.
Choose one of the Utopian communities from this modules reading. Briefly describe the community and
its ideals. Then, address what types of people might be attracted to that community, and why. Do you
think that a similar community would attract members t