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How did Lincoln view the issue of slavery when the civil war began? How and way

How did Lincoln view the issue of slavery when the civil war began? How and way did this view begin to change as the war progressed?

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How did Lincoln view the issue of slavery when the civil war began? How and way

How did Lincoln view the issue of slavery when the civil war began? How and way did this view begin to change as the war progressed?

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1.      Identify the issue- (What is the problem?).  Make sure you include a The

1.      Identify the issue- (What is the problem?).  Make sure you include a Thesis (Your argument–because this (first point, second point, and third point). 
2.      Background of the issue—(History of the issue–1-2 paragraphs of 4-6 sentences.  Explain in-depth.)
3.      Explain why it is a problem—(Who does this issue impact?)
4.      How is the Government involved?
5.      Is this a National, State, or Local issue?
6.      Possible solutions for the issue.
7.  In your opinion, what is the best way to address this issue?
8..  Make sure to use proper organization, grammar, and mechanics in your papers.  Attention to detail and focus make excellent papers.

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explored the “Indian Wars” as viewed through Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz’ An Indigenous

explored the “Indian Wars” as viewed through Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz’ An Indigenous Peoples History of the United States. For this week’s discussion board, imagine that you are describing this conflict to another student who is not a member of this class and using Dunbar-Ortiz’s text explain to them the answers to the following questions: What was the root cause of this conflict? Who were the players? How many factions were there? and finally how did the various sides view what was happening?
An A level response (22-25 points) Will engage with all aspects of the prompt, use detailed specifics from the text (including direct citation), and will meet the word count. 
A B level response (20-21 points) Will represent a good faith effort to complete the assignment, but will fall short in one of the above criteria.
A C level response (17-19 points) Will be a response that fails to meet multiple areas of the prompt, and or, one that fails to meet the word count and does not complete one or more of the above mentioned criteria.
A D level response (16 points or lower) will fail to complete several of the above mentioned criteria and will be vague and non-specific.

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1.      Identify the issue- (What is the problem?).  Make sure you include a The

1.      Identify the issue- (What is the problem?).  Make sure you include a Thesis (Your argument–because this (first point, second point, and third point). 
2.      Background of the issue—(History of the issue–1-2 paragraphs of 4-6 sentences.  Explain in-depth.)
3.      Explain why it is a problem—(Who does this issue impact?)
4.      How is the Government involved?
5.      Is this a National, State, or Local issue?
6.      Possible solutions for the issue.
7.  In your opinion, what is the best way to address this issue?
8..  Make sure to use proper organization, grammar, and mechanics in your papers.  Attention to detail and focus make excellent papers.

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explored the “Indian Wars” as viewed through Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz’ An Indigenous

explored the “Indian Wars” as viewed through Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz’ An Indigenous Peoples History of the United States. For this week’s discussion board, imagine that you are describing this conflict to another student who is not a member of this class and using Dunbar-Ortiz’s text explain to them the answers to the following questions: What was the root cause of this conflict? Who were the players? How many factions were there? and finally how did the various sides view what was happening?
An A level response (22-25 points) Will engage with all aspects of the prompt, use detailed specifics from the text (including direct citation), and will meet the word count. 
A B level response (20-21 points) Will represent a good faith effort to complete the assignment, but will fall short in one of the above criteria.
A C level response (17-19 points) Will be a response that fails to meet multiple areas of the prompt, and or, one that fails to meet the word count and does not complete one or more of the above mentioned criteria.
A D level response (16 points or lower) will fail to complete several of the above mentioned criteria and will be vague and non-specific.

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why i would have sit back and let the community fix their problems as the presid

why i would have sit back and let the community fix their problems as the president during the great depression

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What is the difference between modern and contemporary art? What do these terms

What is the difference between modern and contemporary art? What do these terms mean? How might you define modernism in the Arab world? Is the contemporary defined by place? Use examples Shabout and the October questionnaire (as well as Hassan if you choose).

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What is the difference between modern and contemporary art? What do these terms

What is the difference between modern and contemporary art? What do these terms mean? How might you define modernism in the Arab world? Is the contemporary defined by place? Use examples Shabout and the October questionnaire (as well as Hassan if you choose).

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Chapter 2 mainly explains international competitions in terms of the concept “Ba

Chapter 2 mainly explains international competitions in terms of the concept “Balance of Power.” The chapter briefly discusses ancient history, including Chinese empires that engaged in “Balance of Power” with rulers of neighboring lands, yet the chapter’s main thesis begins in the 17th century when modern Western imperial states arose in Europe, following the Thirty Years war which resulted in the Westphalia Peace in 1638. It was the European states that colonized the world, including Britain’s effort to colonize most of North America in the 17th and 18th centuries.
“Balance of Power” suggests that international peace can best be preserved if strong states balance each other, holding in check the desire of political leaders to go to war. The idea is that heads of state will not resort to armed aggression if they feel a rival power has the strength to resist. Authors of our textbook say this “Balance” prevailed after 1638 until the early 1800s when the ambitions of leaders in revolutionary France, led by Napoleon Bonaparte, launched a continental military campaign against rival states. While Napoleon disrupted the peace, a new “Balance of Power” was created among European states after Napoleon’s defeat in an attempt to restore order in Europe, while allowing European colonial rulers to profit from possessions overseas.
The 19th century “Balance of Power” and overseas colonization were briefly challenged by Prussian-French and Russian-Turkish wars, but what finally disrupted them was Japan’s defeat of Russia in 1905, followed by the first and second World Wars. Going back to the 17th century, and most of the 18th century, the US did not exist as a state. Thus, it is not possible to ask about the role of US political leaders in Europe’s early “Balance of Power.” Through the late 19th century, US leaders were preoccupied with colonial expansion on the North American continent, rather than contests in Europe. In fact, US presidents preferred to prevent European heads of state from interfering in North America, thus they had no interest in becoming involved with contests inside Europe. All of this changed in the 20th century’s two World Wars, followed by the long Cold War.
Write an initial statement about US interest in “Balance of Power” in Europe since World War (1914-2022) using roughly 150 words, followed by at least two responses to other students in class which are at least 20 words in length. Do you think the US helped maintain “Balance of Power” in Europe between 1914 and 2022, or has the US disrupted “Balance of Power” in Europe? US policy changed across time, thus you might think of four phases: first, World War I and the interwar period running from 1914 to 1939; second, World War II and the early postwar years running from 1939 to 1949; third, the Cold War 1949-1989; and fourth, the post-Cold War era 1989-2022.
What did the US government do in each of the four phases above? Did politicians in Washington always help preserve peace in Europe via “Balance of Power,” or did they at times contribute to war in Europe? Lastly, what do you think about the current US role in the Ukraine war? Does the US role today in Ukraine help or hurt the interests of peace in Europe?