Explain the features of the Gilded Age and the issues on society, culture, and politics

PURPOSE:

Knowledge: After doing this assignment you will know how to

1. analyze and interpret primary and secondary sources.

Skills: After doing this assignment you will be able to:

1. Explain the features of the Gilded Age and the issues on society, culture, and politics

2.Summarize Industrialism and Urbanization

2. to include inquiry, analysis, evaluation, and synthesis of information

3. to include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written communication

What was impactful about this speech?

DUE TOMORROW MORNING – MUST HAVE APA IN-TEXT CITATIONS. 100-150 WORDS PER QUESTION. Please see attached content and you can also include outside resources to substantiate answers.

This week review the content and read Malcolm X’s Message to the Grassroots and listen to the actual speech here:

1. What was impactful about this speech?

2. How does this speech relate to what is happening in the country today?

3. How do we use history and the experiences of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. to transform humanity?

Discuss how after losing funding from the larger organizations, they began to build their own infrastructure.

Chapter 3: 5-7 Sentences

  1. Why did the DREAMers decide to break from the larger immigrant rights movement?
  2. What was the new message created by the DREAMers?
  3. Why did the decide to focus on smaller wins at the local, state and federal levels?

Chapter 4: 5-7 sentences

  1. Discuss how after losing funding from the larger organizations, they began to build their own infrastructure.
  2. What was their most important resource?

Discuss views of the afterlife

You will need to include the following in your presentation:

  • A brief Introduction of your favorite religion and the reasons why you have selected to research it.
  • Provide a brief historical study and background information about your religion that will include:
    • The founder of the religion
    • The date of the religion
    • The geographical location and the role geography plays in the religion
    • Provide current demographical information about your religion
  • Detail and discuss the major components of this religion’s belief system.
    • The nature of a god or supreme being
    • Identify and define major rituals
    • Discuss views of the afterlife
    • Detail any worship practices and places of worship or no places

Prior to the establishment of the ghettos, what regulations were put into place to reduce Jewish rights?

What factors contributed to the rise of the Nazi party in Germany?

Discuss the progression of anti-Semitism in Nazi-era Germany, from the early days of the party through Kristallnacht.

1. Prior to the establishment of the ghettos, what regulations were put into place to reduce Jewish rights?

2. What did the Einsatzgruppen do in Poland?

3. What were the responsibilities of the Judenrate in the ghettos?

4. How did outsiders help Jews within the ghetto?

5. What was the Nazi response to deaths within the ghetto?

How could your peer’s summaries be improved? Please paste an example and, if appropriate, offer your own edits. Has your peer provided adequate credentialing information? If so, how can you tell the source is credible?

Now that you’ve finished watching a video on the workshopping process, let’s put what you learned to practice! On this page and the next, you’ll use a guide to help workshop one of your peer’s submissions of Assignment 1: Annotations and Writing Plan, focusing specifically on source summary, credibility, and your peer’s main argument. As stated in the video, it’s important to be honest and thorough during the workshopping process. Your job is to help your peer determine how clear their intended argument is and how well the sources they have found support that argument.To complete this workshop activity, follow the steps below: Copy and paste your Annotations and Writing Plan into the discussion forum below to create your initial post by Thursday, 11:59 p.m. of your local time zone. While in the discussion forum, select a post made by another student to workshop. Once you have selected the Annotations and Writing Plan you will workshop, leave a note in reply to your peer’s discussion thread. Now you’re ready to walk through the workshopping process! Read through your peer’s post carefully, and then answer the following questions in a response post by Sunday, 11:59 p.m. of your local time zone: In your own words, identify the argument of your peer’s persuasive essay. What are they aiming to prove? Has your peer adequately addressed opposing viewpoints? Which of the summaries (or which sections of the summaries) could use more clarification? How could your peer’s summaries be improved? Please paste an example and, if appropriate, offer your own edits. Has your peer provided adequate credentialing information? If so, how can you tell the source is credible? If not, what could your peer add to note the reliability of the source? Do the sources your peer describes in the annotated bibliography connect to their argument in a clear and easy-to-understand manner? If so, how so? If not, what are some ways in which your peer could strengthen those connections? Does your peer acknowledge a counter-argument in one of the annotations? If a counterargument is presented, do they provide a persuasive rebuttal? If no counterargument is presented, can you anticipate some of the objections your peer should take into consideration? Evaluate the sources your peer has selected. Which sources do you find to be the strongest? Why do you think they are strong, and how do they support your peer’s key points? Are there ways the sources could support those key points that your peer has overlooked? Be specific. Before you begin writing, please review the writing workshop discussion rubric below to make sure you fulfill all of the required tasks in your response.Writing Workshop Discussion RubricRequirements for Writing WorkshopStudents are required to post one initial post (1) and to follow up with one response post (1) for the Writing Workshop Discussion assignment.For your initial post you must: Copy and paste your current draft of your Annotations and Writing Plan into a new thread. Select the thread of one (1) classmate, and post a reply claiming your intention to workshop their plan in this module’s activity. Please choose a classmate whose work has not yet been claimed for peer review. (If that thread does have another classmate who has already claimed it, move on to another unclaimed thread.) Complete the initial post by Thursday at 11:59 p.m. of your local time zone.For your response post you must: Read through your selected classmate’s Annotations and Writing Plan and respond to all of the Writing Workshop questions.

How would Augustine of Hippo respond to Buddhism’s Four Noble Truths? How would a Roman stoic respond to the Truths?

  1. Compare and contrast the teachings of Jesus and Buddha.What are some main differences between Buddhism and Christianity,Judaism, and Islam?
  2. How might Jesus have responded to the following line from the Buddha’s sermons: “… he in whom self has become extinct … will desire neither worldly nor heavenly pleasures”? How might the Buddha have responded to the following line from the Sermon on the Mount: “You must … be perfect, just as your heavenly Father is perfect”?
  3. How would Augustine of Hippo respond to Buddhism’s Four Noble Truths? How would a Roman stoic respond to the Truths?
  4. What aspects of your religious upbringing and education have been clarified (or challenged) by this chapter? If you had no religious upbringing, discuss the part of the chapter that interested you most and explain why.

Make sure to: Write a short essay or paragraph of at least 100 words. Do not go over 250 words. Use concrete examples/details and avoid generalities. Address all questions. Use proper grammar and punctuation. If you researched your topic and are using information from what you learned, remember to cite your sources. Do not plagiarize. Your work will be checked by turnitin.com. Do not add attachments. Post directly to the board. You will not be able to edit your assignment once you post, so please proofread and spell check before hitting post! As part of the assignment, you must also reply to two of your classmates. You will have to POST FIRST to see your classmates’ postings. Make sure your replies are thoughtful and relevant to what your classmate has posted. Try to build the discussion and keep it going. (You do not have to reply to someone who addressed the same question as you.)

Determine three (3) major aspects that demonstrate Old and New World exchanges.

Part 2:For the next part of this assignment, you will create an outline of the main points you want to address in this paper. This outline will serve as the basis for your Assignment 1.2 Final Draft.

2. Write a one to two (1-2) page outline in which you:

  1. Determine three (3) major aspects that demonstrate Old and New World exchanges.
  2. List five (5) specific groups that were affected by this event. Provide two (2) examples for each cohort describing how they were affected.
  3. List five (5) ways that the creation of new global trade routes affected the occupations and lifestyles of the average working American in the colonies.
  4. Use at least three (3) academic references besides or in addition to the textbook. Note: Wikipedia and other similar websites do not qualify as academic resources.

What were the key elements for industrialization that the United States developed during and after the American Civil War?

Responses should be 2-3 complete and grammatically correct sentences at minimum. (10 Points Each)

  1. What was Social Darwinism and how did it negatively impact Americans during this period?
  2. What were the key elements for industrialization that the United States developed during and after the American Civil War?
  3. What was the “New South” and what industries did southern states introduce during the 1880s to 1900?
  4. How were the resources and people of the frontier west exploited by the growth of the United States during industrialization?
  5. Three years after the western frontier was closed, a “financial panic” set in and lasted until 1897. Why did that panic occur and what were its effects?
  6. What were some of the types of responses used by the U.S. government in response to strikes organized by Labor Unions and associated groups?
  7. What were some of the laws and policies instituted by the states and the U.S. government that negatively impacted African American civil rights?
  8. What was “Nativism” and what did its followers want?
  9. How did the new literary genres of Science Fiction and “Rags to Riches” dime novels help determine American cultural attitudes?
  10. How did the inventions, entertainments, and literature of the Gilded Age affect American culture?

How does the attempt to control and codify plants and animals lead to Spencer’s extreme model of total non-interference?

No later than the fourth day of the academic week, please respond to this thread bywriting a thorough and thoughtful 300 word essaythat answersoneof the following questions: How does the attempt to control and codify plants and animals lead to eugenics? How are both of these views optimistic? Pessimistic? How does the attempt to control and codify plants and animals lead to Spencer’s extreme model of total non-interference? As with the above question, both are optimistic views but seem so very different. In what ways are they related? Historians and scientists alike are admonished not to set out in their research to prove something. Rather they should set out to answer questions. How do the Holocaust and compulsory sterilization in the U.S. serve as a warning to researchers to follow this advice? Choose one of the following. Assuming that all things except worldview are equal (scientific know-how, medical ability, economic structure), explain why one of the following would or would not have been possible in the year 1200. In other words how do these ideas fit or not fit with the worldview of the period? This question would serve as good preparation for the Project Proposal. The codification of plants and animals (including any or all of the researchers from the beginning of the chapter) Spencer’s philosophy Using the reading linked below in conjunction with the other readings, how does women’s healthcare relate to theories such as eugenics or Spencer’s philosophy or sterilization? https://press.rebus.community/historyoftech/chapter/doing-history-networks-and-women-doctors/