In need a write-up on the 2 topics mentioned below; I need it done in 24 hours.  Be sure to

In need a write-up on the 2 topics mentioned below; I need it done in 24 hours.

 Be sure to FULLY support your argument with historical information in a multi-paragraph write-up with a minimum of 350 words (include introduction, body, and conclusion paragraphs.) 

 1)    Was race identified with slavery before the era of European exploration? Why or why not? How did slavery’s association with race change the institution’s character?

2)    What is meant by the Columbian Exchange? Who was affected the most by the exchange?

 You must CITE all sources used within the text of your write up (using in-text citations) and provide a Works Cited Page of those sources 

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did the crime/trial reflect the notion of what was criminal in that period and what does it tell you about the culture at that time in US history? You will want to give a brief overview of the trial or crime (depending on your focus), but most of your paper will be analysis and contextualization of the primary source in the secondary sources. This is a 1500-word-maximum research paper. This paper is analytical, not descriptive. Therefore, do not give a lengthy account of the crime or the trial, rather address this main question. In thinking about the main question, bear in mind these smaller questions: How did this crime connect to larger society and other events at that time? Was this an isolated incident or connected to much larger events? What sectors of society did it involve? How was the crime either exemplar or peculiar to the changes in understandings of what was criminal and what was legal at the time? You must have a thesis statement in your introduction

FORMATTING: It MUST be an MS Word file (.doc or .docx) or a PDF file available on ALL John Jay computers. 1 Inch Margins all-around. 12 Pt Times New Roman font. Double-spaced. Regular indentations on each paragraph. Include page numbers. (maximum 1500 words, excluding footnotes, your name and title, etc, this word limit is strictly enforced). CITATIONS: Citation format for this paper is Chicago Style. You must cite ALL information that you take from them, not just quotations. See the Citations help sheet on Blackboard in the Week 10 section.

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I sent the doc where it shows what I need to be done, I need a full 3 paragraphs about Essay

I sent the doc where it shows what I need to be done, I need a full 3 paragraphs about a state below, and basic background information should be written in the first the paragraph before discussing the social factors of the failed state you are researching. For the second paragraph explain why this state is a failed state, In the last paragraph I need a good conclusion.

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1 History ( MLA, 5 paragraphs) About Chapter 1 from Peoples History of the united states by haward Zinn Reading materials are attached as PDF with Word Document instructions

Discussion week 1: The new World Please Read the attached to this week 1 (FILES) “Columbus.PDF” file, which is chapter one from Peoples History of the United States authored by Howard Zinn, and “Two Monuments”, a chapter from the book titled 1493 by Charles Mann and respond to the following questions: Discussion Forum Topic for week 1: ( PLEASE THIS IS THE QUESTION AND TOPIC ) What were some of the deeper biological/environmental in nature issues Columbus’ men met on arrival in the New World? Discuss some of the curiosities… Do not simply describe the first contact but focus on pathology, exchanges, environment, etc. The format for the forum: The main post: a three to five-paragraphed narrative introducing your idea or reaction, backed with evidence, and a conclusion. A paragraph is understood to be composed of 5-8 sentences with proper citations, references, and style/grammar. The main post is always Wednesday MLA format, 5 Paragraphs Example of Paper format: Student’s Name: History 21 18 May 2022 Discussion of week 1 In regard to this week’s discussion, the My Lai massacre became a defining symbol of the Vietnam war. The My Lai Massacre was a horrific event that began on March 16, 1968. “A unit of American Division’s 11th Infantry Brigade arrived in the hamlet of My Lai, which was located in the northern part of South Vietnam (Stanek). Their mission was to “search and destroy” the 48th Viet Cong Battalion who were believed to be there (Stanek). Instead of finding the 48th Viet Cong Battalion, they stumbled upon villagers eating breakfast and unfortunately over 500 innocent villagers, including old men, woman, and children (Stanek). This wasn’t the first time American troops committed war crimes, but it was by far the worst one. The My Lai Massacre was covered up until Ron Ridenhour, “a 22-year-old helicopter gunner from another unit”, wrote to “30 congressional and military officials” (Stanek) The experience of very few American troops in My Lai has not prevented similar crimes on civilians in Iraq or Afghanistan. For example, there was an investigation on the US military that was expected to “conclude that a unit of marines killed 24 civilians, among them women and children, in retaliation for the death of a comrade”, and if verified, this occurrence would be considered “the worst war crime committed by US forces in Iraq” (Poole). Although this incident is on a smaller scale, it certainly sparked comparisons with the massacre towards “Vietnamese villagers at My Lai in 1968” (Poole). Republican Congressmen for Minnesota, John Kline, was informed on the findings, and told New York Times, “This was not an accident. This was direct fire by marines at civilians” (Poole). John Kline also states “This was not an immediate response to an attack. This would be an atrocity” (Poole). After a thorough investigation, it was discovered that the killings were “methodical in nature” and occurred as the unit conducted a sweep through a town lasting three to five hours” (Poole). In conclusion, warfare is constantly changing so, therefore, military training has to change and should “continually be forward-thinking, innovative, and aggressive” (Greer). Training is so significant “that each service has its own major subordinate command dedicated to training (Greer). The essential goal of military training is to make sure “that when the nation goes to war”, the armed forces of the United States is able to achieve “strategic, operational, and tactical objectives” (Greer). Although military training is intense and prepares soldiers for war, it does not prepare them for the harsh realities of it. Works Cited Greer, Jim. “Training: The Foundation for Success in Combat”, Heritage.org, The Heritage Foundation, 4 October 2018 Poole, Oscar. “‘Worst War Crime’ committed by US in Iraq” The Telegraph, Telegraph Media Group, 27 May 2006, telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/1519608/Worst-war- crime-committed-by-US-in-Iraq.html Stanek, Tomasz, “My Lai Massacre.Doc”, Chaffey College, 22 August 2018, chaffey.instructure.com/courses/3204/files/folder/Week 14?preview=390273

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of Power: An End to American Exceptionalism, Andrew Bacevich

I. Title page:
Name, class, and date—centered in middle of
page
Title of book (underlined or in italics), and
name of author

II. Intro:
Introduce the author
Introduce the book (Title and briefly what is it
about?).
State author’s thesis and briefly summarize his
content/arguments.

III. Body:
Each section of your paper should address
different parts of the book or different
arguments presented in the book. However,
always try to connect your examples back to
Bacevich’s thesis.
This may also be in the form of arguments
made about different time periods or stages
within a time period.
Use key parts of the book.
(quotations/paraphrasing) to demonstrate
how the author supports his or her thesis.
You may add your assessment (analysis/view
on the author’s arguments) within each
paragraph or in separate paragraphs.
Make sure to evaluate the author’s arguments
in terms of whether or not they are
convincing, well researched, and
logical. If the author’s work could contribute
to the public’s understanding of the topic you
may comment on that as well.
If you choose to disagree with the author you
should do so strictly on academic grounds–i.e.
use a reason-based argument to counter her
or his argument.

IV. Conclusion
Evaluation of the author’s success or failure to
substantiate his or her thesis with
evidence(examples), analysis, and
argumentation.
Evaluate the book’s contribution to history,
the public’s knowledge of the subject,
“readability” and style.

MLA, APA, and Chicago are all accepted.

***DO NOT USE ANY ONLINE SOURCES!! ONLY THE BOOK!!***

Note: You do not need a works cited page or
bibliography since you are only using one book.
However, you do need to cite Bacevich and the page
when you use quotations or paraphrasing.

Don’t worry about the cover page- I will do that

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This assignment requires you to use your imagination and pretend that you are a Silk Roads traveler. This submission

This assignment requires you to use your imagination and pretend that you are a Silk Roads traveler. This submission is your diary, and you must respond to all the questions below in your diary entry. Please write in the first-person (e.g., “Today is ______, and my name is _______…” MAKE UP A NAME)

You must respond to all parts of the following six questions. Please use the attached files to do this and nothing else.
Your final response should be between 1-2 typed, double-spaced pages (or 250-300 words)

Questions to respond to within your diary entry:

1. What is the date? Please either put a date (year) at the top of your diary entry, or include it in your narrative.
2. What is your name, and where are you from (please say the CITY that you are from)? Briefly describe the landscape/geography of the area that you come from. What kinds of challenges do you face as a result of your surrounding geography?
3. What is your job, and what kind of duties do you have for that job?
4. What is your religion? Please explain at least two rituals or practices that you regularly do as part of your religion.
5. In your travels along the Silk Roads, what are two items that you have received in a trade? Why did you need those products? What did you trade for them?
6. Please discuss one food or meal that you have eaten to sustain yourself on your travels (the food must be something mentioned in the Fruit from the Sands: The Silk Road Origins of the Foods we Eat readings).

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Instructions Watch the entire video on Benito Mussolini (https://search.alexanderstreet.com/view/work/bibliographic_entity|video_work|4065279). Identify and describe 3 aspects of the video you found

Instructions
Watch the entire video on Benito Mussolini (https://search.alexanderstreet.com/view/work/bibliographic_entity|video_work|4065279). Identify and describe 3 aspects of the video you found most interesting that align with each of the following:

Foreign policy.
Violent and/or non-violent movements for social, economic, and political change
Governmental authority/loss of personal liberties
Conduct additional research to provide an analysis of those 3 aspects. What information did you find that the video left out? How did the video enhance your understanding of those aspects?

Writing Requirements (APA format)

Length: 2-3 pages (not including title page or references page)
1-inch margins
Double spaced
12-point Times New Roman font
Title page
References page

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Question number 1. 1. What political, social and economic forces shaped the relationship between the United States and Latin

Question number 1.
1. What political, social and economic forces shaped the relationship between the United States and Latin America in the second half of the 20th century? Did World War II policies set the stage for the rest of the century or did leaders and citizens in the post-war era redefine hemispheric relations? If so, how?

Sources:

Lewis Hanke, “Is the Good Neighbor Policy a Success?”
http://www.historians.org/projects/GIRoundtable/Good_Neighbor/GoodNeighbor_TOC.htm

Castro, “Second Declaration of Havana” at
http://www.fordham.edu/Halsall/mod/1962castro.asp

John F. Kennedy, “Address at a White House Reception for Members of Congress and for the Diplomatic
Corps of the Latin American Republics” (1961) at https://library.brown.edu/create/modernlatinamerica/chapters/chapter-14-the-united-states-and-latin-america/primary-documents-w-accompanying-discussion-questions/document-36-kennedy-and-the-alliance-for-progress-1961/

Kissinger [US encourages Dirty War], https://faculty.chass.ncsu.edu/slatta/hi453/PS/dirtywar.htm

Question number 2

2. Have political and economic transformations in twentieth-century Latin America redefined gendered identities and social roles? In answering this question consider why or why not these redefinitions have taken shape and whether they have produced conflicts or tensions within Latin American politics and societies

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Students will conduct an interview with a family member about their experience living in historic times. Students will then

Students will conduct an interview with a family member about their experience living in historic times. Students will then use the interview and other primary sources to write a short paper that advances an argument about this event. This project is designed for students to draw connections between their own lives and the larger events and themes of world history. An interview is necessary to write this paper. The paper must be 4-5 pages with the interview question and answers included at the end. There should be a total of 5 sources used which are the interview itself, 2 primary and 2 secondary sources.

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Required Resources Read/review the following resources for this activity: Textbook: Chapter 7, 8 Lesson Link (website): Articles of Confederation

Required Resources
Read/review the following resources for this activity:

Textbook: Chapter 7, 8
Lesson
Link (website): Articles of Confederation (1777)
Minimum of 1 scholarly source (in addition to the textbook)
Initial Post
For the initial post, address the following:

Pick two (2) issues of the Articles of Confederation and describe the main problems that the United States was faced with under the Federation government.
Analyze two major debates (see textbook Section 7.4) by which the Constitution was created in the summer of 1787.
Then, address one (1) of the following to your initial post:

Discuss the ratification process of the Constitution of 1787.
How did ratification lead to the formation of America’s first two political parties, the Federalists and Anti-Federalist?
What were the major differences between the Federalist and Anti-Federalist, and who were the best-known members of each party?

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