DIRECTIONS. Prepare typed (double-spaced) essay responses for two of the following four prompts. You may refer to your class lecture summaries and class textbooks while preparing your essays, but make sure to appropriately cite any quotations and/or paraphrases in parenthesis at the end of the line in which one occurs (for example Romanticizing the Good War Lecture Summary Part Two, p. 3 or For the Record, p. 127).
No outside resources beyond the course material posted on Canvas and the class textbooks should be used. The use of outside resources will result in a lower grade.( Only uses sources from uploaded files given)
Each response should be roughly 2 ½ to 3 double-spaced pages in length, for a total of roughly 5-6 pages for the entire exam. You may write more if you need more space to develop your points. Please number your responses so that it is clear which prompt you are responding to.Completed papers are due no later than Friday November 20 at 11:59 p.m.
Prepare a response for two of the following:
1.Offer an overview of American involvement in the First World War. Why did the United States enter the war and what did President Woodrow Wilson hope to accomplish from the peace negotiations? While Wilson presented his peace plan as solution to avoiding conflict, why have some observers suggested that his peace plan ironically contributed to the outbreak of the Second World War? Overall, how did involvement in the First World War change America’s role in the world and domestic policy at home?
2.Providea portrait of American life during the 1920s. Pay attention to such issues as the concerns facing African-Americans and women, political and foreign policy trends, religion, and technological developments and their effects on American society. Why could it be argued that the 1920s was the first truly “modern” decade in American history and why did some people react against such trends? Incorporate insights from documents in For the Record to strengthen your response(you may select which documents from Chapters 23 and 24 of For the Record to mention).
3.Offer an analysis of the causes of the Great Depression and assess the effectiveness of Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal programs in dealing with the economic crisis. Give examples of New Deal programs and how they were intended to provide either relief or recovery from the Great Depression.Why did some critics on the political Left, such as
Senator Huey Long of Louisiana, criticize Roosevelt? Why did those on the political Right criticize him? What is your overall assessment of the New Deal and of Roosevelt’s response?How did the tremendous popularity of both President and Mrs. Roosevelt aid President Roosevelt’s political objectives?
4.The Second World War was characterized as the “Good War” in the United States. Why did this characterization occur and how did it obscure the realities of war? How did the United States government and the movie, music, publishing, and fashion industries contribute to building support for the war? What is your assessment of the “Good War” characterization? Is the “Good War” designation justified? Consider such events as the American use of atomic bombs against Japan as you craft your assessment
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