History 21 Final Exam Paper

This assignment is intended to test how thoroughly you can respond to a topic based upon what you have learned in class and what research you can obtain from outside the course material. Your grade will be based on (1) content provided, (2) your analysis of the content, (3) the extent to which your follow the structural requirements of writing a formal essay.  
Below is a selection of essays for you to pick from. You are to pick one out of this list. Your answer is to be formal research essay of 4-5 pages following the APA or MLA guidelines for writing essays in which you address the essay question as thoroughly as you can using information from the textbook and outside sources that you feel will help you answer the questions. You should have a total of four sources for the paper. To learn more about MLA or APA formatting follow the Link
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Note, you may use books, ebooks, journal articles, etc. from the web but you cannot use encyclopedias (no wikipedia!!!!), online papers, etc. You must cite the sources you use following the guidelines set out in the APA or MLA guidelines. This means using parenthetical citations. A work cited list for the essay should be included at the end of  each essay. 

TOPICS YOU CAN CHOOSE: 

Ronald Reagan ran on a platform of cutting the size of government and ending the Soviet Union by building up the American military. Conservatives argue that he successfully did both. Do you agree or disagree and why?

One of the long-cherished goals of conservative politicians is the dismantling of much of FDR’s New Deal. They believe that this will spark economic growth and force people to be more self-reliant. Liberals argue that this attitude is what led to the Great Depression at the end of the 1920s. Which side do you think is right?

What was the counter-culture of the 1960s? How did it relate to the anti-war and civil rights movements of that period? What aspects of the counter-culture do we see in our society today?

During the 1950s the United States went through what is called the second Red Scare. What specifically led to that and how did it compare to the first Red Scare of the post WWI period?

Arguably, the Civil Rights Movement which began in the late 1940s and continued to the early 1970s was the most important social movement of the 20th Century. Do you agree with this position? Discuss the civil rights efforts of this period and compare Dr. King’s approach to achieving civil rights for African Americans with the Black Power Movement of the late 1960s.

The role of women in American society has changed dramatically over the past fifty plus years. Discuss the rise of the women’s movement of the late 1960s and  how it challenged traditional roles for women in our society. Tell me whether  you think that movement has been successful and where it was not successful.

The Watergate Scandal brought down the administration of Richard Nixon in 1974. What was this scandal and why were Nixon’s actions so terrible that he was forced from office.

The Vietnam Conflict was the most controversial war in American history since the Civil War. What led us into this conflict and what arguments were given by the Anti-War movement for why we should have gotten out of that war? Do you think the protesters were right or wrong?

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