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Title: HIS 204 Course Experience Tradition / tutorialrank.com


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ASHFORD HIS 204 Entire Course (New) For more
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204 Week 1 DQ 1 The History of Reconstruction HIS
204 Week 1 DQ 2 The Industrial Revolution HIS 204
Week 1 Quiz HIS 204 Week 2 DQ 1 The Progressive
Movement HIS 204 Week 2 DQ 2 America's Age of
Imperialism HIS 204 Week 2 Quiz HIS 204 Week 2
Paper The Progressive Presidents HIS 204 Week 3
DQ 1 Normalcy and the New Deal
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ASHFORD HIS 204 Week 1 DQ 1 The History of
Reconstruction (New) For more course tutorials
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Reconstruction. Many Americans like to imagine
the history of their nation as one of continual
progress. While acknowledging that not all
persons and groups enjoyed equal rights at all
times, Americans often take it for granted that
American history moves in only one direction
toward greater rights, greater freedom, and
greater equality. This perspective makes it
difficult for many Americans to understand the
Reconstruction period and to place it in a
broader historical narrative.
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ASHFORD HIS 204 Week 1 DQ 2 The Industrial
Revolution (New) For more course tutorials
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Revolution. Too much corporate influence in
politics the specter of socialist policies
undermining capitalism and individual freedoms a
middle class in apparent decline waves of
immigration which threatened to alter the
character of American society new technologies
which introduced new social problems as well as
offering new opportunities and a general sense
that the common people had lost control of their
government To a sometimes surprising degree, the
issues which troubled Americans in the last
quarter of the nineteenth century resembled our
own.
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ASHFORD HIS 204 Week 1 Quiz (New) For more course
tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com 1.
Question In what year did the United States
reach a milestone in which more people lived in
urban areas than farms? 2. Question The Dawes
Act was significant because it demanded what from
Native Americans? 3. Question One of the most
significant examples of corrupt business
practices during the Gilded Age occurred in which
industry? 4. Question Gilded is a term that
means something that is golden or beautiful on
the outside, but often has nothing of value on
the inside. Which literary figure termed
late-19th-century America the Gilded Age? 5.
Question Which of the Gilded Age presidents did
the most to attempt to weaken the power of trusts?
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ASHFORD HIS 204 Week 2 DQ 1 The Progressive
Movement (New) For more course tutorials
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Movement. The Progressive Movement was a
complicated, even contradictory, phenomenon which
sometimes pushed for the expansion of popular
democracy while at other times, or even
simultaneously, advocated that the functions of
government be placed in the hands of experts. The
movement addressed some of the worst domestic
problems of its time, but its mainstream largely
ignored widespread and worsening racial
injustices. Review the Progressive Movement of
the first two decades of the twentieth century,
and generalize what you take to be its core
principles. Identify the specific economic,
social, and political problems which the
Progressives sought to address and explain
Progressive approaches and policies toward those
issues, at local and national levels.
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ASHFORD HIS 204 Week 2 DQ 2 America's Age of
Imperialism (New) For more course tutorials
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Imperialism. Americas Age of Imperialism was
relatively short-lived, and somewhat anomalous in
terms of overall US history. For a few brief
years in the 1890s, the US aggressively pursued
overseas colonies, holding on to those colonies
even in the face of indigenous resistance and,
unlike its handling of continental territories,
offering the new colonies no pathway toward equal
statehood and citizenship. The Filipino
Insurrection of 1899 to 1902 provides a
particularly unsettling episode in terms of how
Americans generally like to remember their past.
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ASHFORD HIS 204 Week 2 Paper The Progressive
Presidents (New) For more course tutorials
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Presidents. The presidential election of 1912 was
the most Progressive in US history with the two
frontrunners, Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow
Wilson, both espousing Progressive philosophies
(and the most conservative candidate, William
Howard Taft, being in many ways a Progressive
himself). Although both Wilson and Roosevelt were
Progressive, their attitudes toward Progressivism
differed, at least in theory. This paper will
provide an opportunity to review the complex
nature of Progressivism, and to explore how
presidents policies while in office often differ
from their rhetoric on the campaign trail.
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ASHFORD HIS 204 Week 2 Paper The Progressive
Presidents (New) For more course tutorials
visit www.tutorialrank.com The Progressive
Presidents. The presidential election of 1912 was
the most Progressive in US history with the two
frontrunners, Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow
Wilson, both espousing Progressive philosophies
(and the most conservative candidate, William
Howard Taft, being in many ways a Progressive
himself). Although both Wilson and Roosevelt were
Progressive, their attitudes toward Progressivism
differed, at least in theory. This paper will
provide an opportunity to review the complex
nature of Progressivism, and to explore how
presidents policies while in office often differ
from their rhetoric on the campaign trail.
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ASHFORD HIS 204 Week 2 Quiz (New) For more course
tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com 1.Question
Which African American scholar called for a
talented tenth of all African Americans to
attend a university, aspire to the
highest professions, and abandon a conservative
approach to race relations? 2.Question In 1919
there was a devastating race riot in a major
American city. Which city did this take place?
3.Question Which of the following was not a
representation or an example of New Women
expressing freedom and independence?
4.Question Who was the modern Prometheus?
5.Question Wilson sought several areas of reform
during his presidency. Which was not one of them?
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ASHFORD HIS 204 Week 3 DQ 1 Normalcy and the New
Deal (New) For more course tutorials
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Deal. When the First World War ended, Americans
welcomed what they hoped would be a return to
normalcy. The decades that followed, however,
are ones which would rarely be described as
normal, in comparison to what came before or
after. During these decades, a struggle ensued
within the American nation regarding how best to
define the nations essential character, as
groups like the revived Ku Klux Klan fought a
rearguard action to define nationhood solely in
terms of white skin and Protestant religion
against secularists, Catholics, flappers, New
Negroes, and others who challenged the
traditional order.
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ASHFORD HIS 204 Week 3 DQ 2 The End of Isolation
(New) For more course tutorials
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Isolation. In 1938, in Munich, the British Prime
Minister Neville Chamberlain made a deal with
Adolph Hitler allowing Nazi Germany to annex
Czechoslovakias Sudetenland. Hailed as a hero
for his diplomacy at the time, Chamberlain is now
widely reviled for his policy of appeasement to
Nazi aggression. Yet one year later, Chamberlain
would lead Britain into war against Germany in
defense of Poland once it became clear that
appeasement had failed. By contrast, the US did
little to halt Hitlers initial expansion, and
entered into the war only gradually, attempting,
until attacked directly, to sway the outcome
without going to war itself. Never again would
the US remain so aloof for so long from such a
momentous international affair.
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ASHFORD HIS 204 Week 3 Final Paper Preparation
(Native American history) (New) For more course
tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com Final
Paper Preparation. This assignment will prepare
you for the Final Paper by initiating the
research process and helping you map out specific
events and developments which you will explore in
depth in your paper. Review the instructions for
the Final Paper laid out in Week Five before
beginning this project. Note, that for the Final
Paper you will need to discuss at least six
specific events or developments related to your
chosen topic, three from before 1930 and three
from after 1930.
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ASHFORD HIS 204 Week 3 Quiz (New) For more course
tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com 1.Question
The cornerstone of the Second New Deal was the
Social Security Act of 1935. Which of the
following was not true about it? 2.Question
While the United States was fighting for the
ideals of democracy during World War II, there
were examples of liberties taken away by
the U.S. government. Which of the following was
the best example of this? 3.Question The 1920s
was an era in which a New Woman emerged. Which
was the least prevalent characteristic of her?
4.Question There were many who were
uncomfortable with the new morality, sexual
promiscuity, and intellectual movements of
the 1920s. Which of the following groups did
not feel that society was becoming too fractured
and fragmented?
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ASHFORD HIS 204 Week 4 DQ 1 A Single American
Nation (New) For more course tutorials
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Nation. When the First World War began,
African-American leaders pressed the government
to provide black men the right to go to combat to
prove their devotion to their country. Hoping
that their service would lay a stake on
citizenship which the nation would have no choice
but to honor, the New Negro of the 1920s
adopted a more militant stance toward civil
rights. The civil rights struggle envisioned at
the time, however, made few concrete gains.
Discrimination and disenfranchisement persisted.
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ASHFORD HIS 204 Week 4 DQ 2 Cold War (New) For
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Cold War. After the Second World War, the US
embarked on what came to be known as the Cold War
against the Soviet Union. Although the two sides
never fought against each other directly, the
Cold War nonetheless erupted into violence at
times in places like Vietnam, Korea, and
Afghanistan. As the US grew more activist and
interventionist in its foreign policy, the
domestic government also grew in power and in its
role in the peoples lives.
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ASHFORD HIS 204 Week 4 Quiz (New) For more course
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Question The problem that had no name centered
upon 2.Question The Big Three decided on many
important decisions at the Yalta Conference at
the end of World War II. Which group was not one
of them? 3.Question Kennedy immediately
understood the centrality of international issues
and devoted significant attention to them from
his first days in office. Which of the following
best characterizes his strategy of flexible
response? 4.Question In their critique of 1950s
culture, which of the following did the Beats
advocate the least? 5.Question Which of the
following was not a civil rights group that began
after World War II?
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ASHFORD HIS 204 Week 5 DQ 1 The Age of Reagan
(New) For more course tutorials
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Most of us have lived much of our lives in the
Age of Reagan, a period which dates from 1980
and which may still be ongoing today. Historians
increasingly agree that the election of Ronald
Reagan in 1980 represented a revolution in
American society and, particularly, its politics.
Review Reagans presidential career to explain
what about it precisely was so revolutionary.
Compare his approach to politics and foreign
affairs with those of his predecessors, and
assess the ways that his successors either built
upon or attempted to reverse his legacy. Explain
why so many Americans opposed Reagans policies
and those of his successors.
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ASHFORD HIS 204 Week 5 DQ 2 The Lived Experience
of Ordinary People (New) For more course
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Experience of Ordinary People. Especially since
the 1960s, historians have sought to understand
history not just as a series of major events
presided over by generals and statesmen, but also
as the lived experience of ordinary people. For
this last discussion, begin by reflecting on your
own past with an eye toward how American society
has changed over the course of your life. In your
response, focus less on major political or
international events than on the ways day-to-day
life in America is different today from what it
was when you were younger. You might consider
such factors as the cost of goods and services,
the forms of entertainment, means of
communication, and so forth. Next, identify what
you believe to be the most pressing problem
facing America today, providing evidence from
recent news sources to show that the problem is
real and pressing.
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