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Discussion Board Crew, this Unit addressed the infiltration of democracy into the "common man's" life to industrialization. So, I've provided a...

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Discussion Board - Crew, this Unit addressed the infiltration of democracy into the “common man’s” life to industrialization. So, I’ve provided a couple different discussion questions below. Like we have done in the past, you need to select ONE of the questions below and provide your initial post. Make certain that in the subject line of your post that you identify the question that you have selected. The topic is provided above the specific question. Have fun! 1. Andrew Jackson: Andrew Jackson’s presidency was termed the “Age of the Common Man.” However, a famous political cartoon of the era terms Jackson, “King Andrew the First.” While Jackson’s presidency has been viewed by some as the “Age of the Common Man”, there are others argue that his style of government was decidedly undemocratic and certainly not in favor of the common man. Which argument do you believe is more accurate and why? 2. Impact of Industrialization: During this time period, we saw a tremendous growth in industry and the growth of the nation. In your opinion, which was more important to this growth: the National Road, the railroads, or the canal system? Why? 3. Limited Suffrage (voting rights): What rationales were offered in the 1820s and 1830s in support of limited white male suffrage? Do we still experience limited suffrage (for anyone) today? If so, how and why? If not, how was limited suffrage stopped? 4. Manifest Destiny: Why Manifest Destiny? (Crew, this question may be short, but it's not as easy as it looks. Consider the various environments: social, economic, and political (both domestic and international), etc. Are we still demonstrating the philosophy of Manifest Destiny today? Explain. Side note: "Why not?" won't work as an answer for the first part of this question! ;)
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Unit VI Outline So far in this course, we have introduced and assessed many noteworthy figures related to the colonizing and first 90 years of the United States. For this assignment, you will choose a significant figure who contributed to and influenced others during the time discussed in this course—with the exception of any U.S. President—and prepare an outline of how you would choose to communicate that figure’s relevance to today. This is not a biography. Your argument should highlight how society remembers your historical figure now. For this assignment, you will be creating a one-page outline (minimum of 300 words) about your chosen figure and how he or she impacted the evolution of American philosophies or ideals. If you choose, this could be used to help write your transcript for the Unit VII assignment, which is described below. Your outline will need to be uploaded for this unit, and it is suggested, though not required, that you include potential sources. The goal of this assignment is to prepare you for the Unit VII assignment described below. However, it is not required that you use the same person from your outline in the Unit VII assignment. If you do intend to use this outline in Unit VII, however, it is highly advised that you review and prepare using the instructions for that assignment in mind. Information about accessing the Blackboard Grading Rubric for this assignment is provided below.
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