Consider John Stuart Mill and Karl Marx. If they argued, how would their argume

Consider John Stuart Mill and Karl Marx. If they argued, how would their argument differ (or not) from the arguments of French Revolutionaries (Jacobins, moderates, and the “Conspiracy of Equals” for example) among one another? Are there any insights you can draw from the similarities and differences? What has changed in Europe in this century?
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For this assignment you’ll prepare a short essay on your personal or local envir

For this assignment you’ll prepare a short essay on your personal or local environmental history. Read the blurbs below for some inspiration and assistance in deciding which route you’ll pursue. Then write a 2- to 3-page essay (700-900 words), save it in a Word (.doc or .docx) or rich text (.rtf) format.
Local Environmental History
Places, too, reflect the changing course of technologies and human uses of the landscape. Through time, it is likely that patterns of vegetation, waterways, and native wildlife populations have been altered directly or indirectly by human actions. This assignment option asks you to research and explain the historical processes that have produced the present landscape of a very limited local area (a neighborhood, an urban district, or at very most a small town). You may go back in history as far as is necessary to explain the current geography of your chosen local place, but do not get mired in the distant past. The landscapes of many if not most localities are, for better or worse, largely the result of relatively recent processes of construction, destruction, redevelopment, and changing economic activity. Also, environmental concerns organized at the grassroots level can come to have a defining effect on the character of places. If environmental initiatives are part of the local story of your chosen area, incorporate these into your paper. Some of your research undoubtedly can be done online. However, old maps, park personnel, and historical museums are often reservoirs of landscape history. If at all possible, do some “field work” as part of your research and be sure to cite all sources consulted.

Length: 5 pages, not including Citations. APA Format; 12 Font, Times New Roman

Length: 5 pages, not including Citations.
APA Format; 12 Font, Times New Roman
Discuse how White developed as a racial category and
how various ethnic/national groups (e.g., Irish, Italians, Jews, Germans) came
to be included under that racial label. After now gaining a very deep and
thorough understanding of the sociopolitical history of whiteness, determine
whether or not Du Bois theorizing about race and whiteness was correct — that
race would not only create a crisis for the human future, but that crisis would
be tied to the falsified essence of a White racial identity, the sociological
construction of Whiteness and the groups possessive investment in it.
Your task: Develop a
strong argument in relation to the question at hand — whether or not the
crisis of the future world is tied to the falsified essence of a White racial
identity, the sociological construction of Whiteness.
·
Introduction: Be sure your introduction has a strong grabber
sentence, clearly states the topic/subject and three main
ideas/themes your essay will be developing, and has a clear
thesis/argument that is a strong statement either in support of the need for a
new curriculum. All aspects of your introduction must be related; they cannot
be ideas that have no connection.
·
Body: Be sure your body paragraphs have the
following: (1) at least 3 supporting paragraphs; (2) strong topic sentences
that explain/frame what each paragraph is about; (3) uses at least 3 supporting
sentences addressing the topic sentence and the thesis statement; (4) use appropriate
details and many examples to convey clear and convincing ideas and
developments; (5) When supporting your position or thesis with evidence, be
sure to use concepts, people, facts, statistics, quotes, and have
well-explained examples and developments to support your argument.
·
Conclusion: Be sure your conclusion does the
following: (1) summarizes the essay/argument under discussion; (2) takes the
reader back to the main ideas of the essay and states the thesis in an original
way; (3) is strong and powerful leaving the reader persuaded.

answer these questions: why is this source significant in modern US history? Wha

answer these questions: why is this source significant in modern
US history? What does the source reveal about its time period and the
historical actors involved? Do the primary sources differ from one another, and
if so, how?
While this assignment should focus on the primary sources,
students must also use at least secondary sources, in order to provide
sufficient historical background and context. Students should also provide
correct citations to referenced work.
website to follow citation: https://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide/citation-guide-1.html
primary sources:

“Juanita Garcia on Migrant Labor,” (1952) American
Yawp https://www.americanyawp.com/reader/26-the-affluent-society/migrant-farmers-and-immigrant-labor-1952/

“Office Machine Industry Takes a Global
Approach,” NY Times (1960) (In the files)
– Dwight D. Eisenhower,
“Farewell Address,” https://www.archives.gov/milestone-documents/president-dwight-d-eisenhowers-farewell-address
secondary source

Sunbelt Rising: The Politics of Space, Place,
and Region (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011) chs.
1, 4, 13. (In the files)

1. You will need to have at least 300 words in this post plus full references d

1. You will need to have at least 300 words in this post plus full references due Sunday …
2 Also 2 peer responses that are at least 100 words each minimum to complete the Essay responses due Sunday of week 8.
3. You must reference using one of the three formats and following your major’s designated style: MLA, APA, CS, Kate L. Turabian’s Manual, and the Chicago Manual of Style (CMS). YOU MUST CITE YOUR SOURCES! (See syllabus for links to the Style websites to learn how to cite and references)
This week we are looking at the Black codes or laws that were enacted after the Civil War to oppress African Americans and prevent equality for people of color.
For the follow up–
Look at the website that explains the History of Racist Laws in America.
Pick one law listed on the website “History of Racist Laws in America” and summarize the law for your peers. Do not limit yourself to only laws against African Americans…any law that goes against an American’s right for equality has a dramatic effect on the society as a whole.
RULES-
You cannot pick the same law that someone else has already covered. So in the title of your post you need to list the law and the year. IF laws are duplicated, the first student to cover that law will get the credit. Make sure you know which law was covered.
Read two other peers’ laws and comment on the law.

READ FIRST BEFORE ASKING TO TAKE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Summary: Students s

READ FIRST BEFORE ASKING TO TAKE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Summary:
Students should email their instructor about their choice by week 2.
By week 6 students should email at least 2-3 sources demonstrating that they have started the research.
Papers should be between 6-8 pages in length. Goals of the assignment are to demonstrate that you can create a research paper based on primary and secondary sources and synthesize this material to present a cohesive answer to a question. Because this is a research based paper, students must demonstrate that they can find and use GMC “library approved” sources throughout the work. The final paper requires a minimum of 2 primary sources and 3 secondary sources.
Papers do need to have a title page. However, footnotes are not required. Instead, students need to use pagination citation throughout their papers to show how and where they used their sources. Example: “The War of 1812 was started by America.” (Kucsan, 2009) or (the authors last name). Now if you are using more than one article by the same author then you need to put in the title of the article…such as (Kucsan, 2009, Consequences of the War of 1812). If you are using 2 different works with authors of the same last name then do the following; (Kucsan, P, 2009) Just put in the first initial.
Finally, remember that all papers need an introduction, body, and conclusion. Every essay needs a thesis statement and the last page of your assignment should be a reference page where you will provide your complete references in APA style like you practiced throughout the semester. Below are the choices for your paper. Choose 1 of these to write about for your essay:
In 1860 the North had specific advantages over the South that helped the Union prepare for the war. Describe 4-5 of these advantages and show how they led to Union victory.
The 1850s was a particularly tumultuous time in the United States. Choose 4-5 events, compromises, publications, or people and explain how they propelled the United States towards the Civil War.
You can view the rubric for the HIS 121 Final Exam in the Grading Rubrics section at the top of the course pa

Federalism Research Project: Analytical Essay. ( Historical essay) Thesis statem

Federalism Research Project: Analytical Essay. ( Historical essay)
Thesis statement must answer this question : “To what extent do current debates over the role of the federal government in marijuana legalization echo the debate over federalism at the nation’s founding?”
Paragraph 1 – Introduction
Paragraph 2,3,4 – Analysis of Sources Each paragraph must include 3 sources.
Paragraph 5 – Conclusion.
and Bibliography
Sources:
1. https://openstax.org/books/us-history/pages/13-3-reforms-to-human-health
2. Researcher, “War on Drugs Should nonviolent drug users be subject to arrest?” ,CQ Press, June 2, 2006
3. Berch Jessica, “Reefer Madness: How non-legalizing states can revamp dram shop laws to protect themselves from marijuana spillover from their legalizing neighbors” , Boston College Law review, 2017.
4. Targeted News Service, “National Organization for the reform of Marijuana Laws Survey- Cannabis Companies Cite Lack of Banking Access as the “Top Issue” Facing the Industry”, Washington, D.C, 04 February, 2022.
link : https://www.proquest.com/usnews/docview/2625237935/6FEF3663954A4607PQ/1?accountid=10709
5. Hardaway Ben, “NCUA Board Member Hood Issues Remarks Conference 2021: Payments, Banking, Compliance in Cannabis Industry”, Targeted News Service, Washington, D.C, 10 September,2021.
link : https://www.proquest.com/usnews/docview/2571421972/6FEF3663954A4607PQ/2?accountid=10709
6. James Madisn, Federalist No. 51 ( see the picure provided )
7. James Madison, Federalist No. 10 [ part I] and [part II] ( see the picture provided )
For May 21st only a rough draft. It doesnt have to look perfect.
Thank You 🙂

For your Final Paper, choose ONE of the questions listed below. You may modify t

For your Final Paper, choose ONE of the questions listed below. You may modify the question after consultation with the instructor.
Your paper must be a minimum of 1000 words of text within the body of the paper. That would be about five to seven pages minimum, double-spaced, using a 12 point type size. It is the word count that matters, not the number of pages.
The paper must be in the Times New Roman font.
The paper must have citations and a bibliography. The words used in these elements will not be part of the total word count. If your paper does not have both citations and a bibliography, the highest score you can receive is 105 points, or 70% of the available credit for this assignment.
Sierra College history papers are required to utilize Chicago (also known as Turabian) citation style. If you do not use the Chicago Style citation form, the highest score you can earn on the Final Paper is 105 points. If you are unfamiliar with the Chicago style, the college Writing Center (Rocklin LRC, 2nd floor) has information on this style. Information is also available online. Instruction on this citation style will not be provided in this class. You will be using the “Notes and Bibliography” format for this paper (this is the format with the superscripted numbers – like this 1 . The parenthetical form of Chicago Style (it looks similar to MLA format and is called the “author-date” format) is not acceptable for this assignment.
You might need some help on the required Chicago style for your Final Paper. If so, the Sierra College Writing Center has an online Chicago manual available.
You will write the paper as an at-home assignment. The answer will be graded on completeness, clarity, organization, grammar, spelling, selection of evidence, and the persuasiveness of your argument. Additional factors will apply also, such as neatness of presentation.
Depending on which question you choose, the number of sources you need vary. However, three sources minimum is usually the acceptable amount. Good papers usually have at least five sources. Very Good to Excellent papers usually have at least 10 sources. Although it is preferred that you use a mixture of online and printed (“Hard copy”) sources, due to the emergency that made this History 17A class an online class, Final Research Papers that use only online sources will be perfectly acceptable.
Some possible sources for your paper are provided in the Week 1 module page – “History 17A – Final Research Paper – Source Recommendations.”
Your last name and page number must be in the upper right corner on every page in the header. A title page is not necessary — in fact, it is discouraged. However, if you use the title page recommended by the Chicago Style handbook, you will not be graded down.
Please structure your paper so that the following appears in the upper left corner of the first page of your paper. If you use the title page recommended by the Chicago Style handbook, present this material as instructed.
Your name
History 17A
Spring 2022
Number of the question you are answering (e.g., Question #1)
Place your last name on the right side of each page of the paper (in the header)
Number each page of your paper on the right side of paper (in the header)
Papers will be due on the dates listed in the “Due Date – When to turn in your Final Paper and Extra Credit” section below
Only electronic versions or emailed papers will be accepted – Please submit as a PDF or as a Microsoft Word Document. Please do not submit the assignment in Google Docs or on SharePoint – Google Docs and SharePoint do not work well in Canvas.
PLEASE make sure you put your full name in the title of your submission – for example “Gary Noy – History 17A – Final Paper” or “Gary Noy – History 17A – Extra Credit”
History 17A – Final Paper Questions (choose ONE):
You may modify the question after consultation with and approval of the instructor.
Discuss the influence of the American West on the scope of United States History during the 19th-century. In particular, comment on the ideas of historian Frederick Jackson Turner.
Discuss the impact of the fur trade on the history of the 19th-century American West.
Discuss the environmental obstacles faced by farmers in the 19th-century American West.
Discuss the impact of the California Gold Rush on the Californios.
Discuss the economic impact of the development of the railroad in the 19th-century American West.
Discuss the reaction of the Native American cultures to the continuing encroachment of the Euro-American society into the 19th-century American West.
Discuss the relationship between violence (or the threat of violence) and law enforcement in the 19th-century American West.
Discuss the experiences of women on wagon trains during the 19th-century American West.
Discuss the relationship between the Spanish-speaking and the dominant Euro-American culture during the 19th-century American West.
Discuss the impact of the Mexican War of 1846-1848 on the political development of the 19th-century American West.
Discuss the origins of the open range cattle culture during the 19th-century American West.
You may write your own question as long as it falls within the acceptable time frame (1800-1850) and it is approved in advance by the instructor
I chose question number 8

It must be between 2-3 pages not including the reference page. Writing is APA fo

It must be between 2-3 pages not including the reference page. Writing is APA format- 1 inch margin, double spaced, 12 point times new Roman font, reference page is required and in text citations must correspond with the references. Primary reference must be fro. This primary source- website https://www.archives.gov/milestone-documents/list then choose President Andrew Jackson’s message to congress on Indian removal- 1830. Specific questions must be answered within this essay. I will upload those questions.

After reviewing my feedback on the first draft of your argument-based research p

After reviewing my feedback on the first draft of your argument-based research paper, write a final draft of an argument-based research paper with the length of a minimum of 6 paragraphs and 800 words, excluding the “Works Cited” page, on ONE of the following topics:
Does the character of Jay Gatsby in The Great Gatsby by F. S. Fitzgerald make the right decision to pursue the American Dream?
OR
Do you agree that social class division is what prevents Gatsby in The Great Gatsby and many other Americans from achieving the American Dream?
The research paper needs to include a title, an introductory paragraph which contains a clear thesis statement, at least 4 body paragraphs, a concluding paragraph (summary of arguments), and a “Works Cited” page.
In the thesis statement, clearly state your opinion and present three arguments that support it. For more information about thesis statements for argument essays, see Great Writing 5: From Great Essays to Research by Folse and Pugh, page 152.
Conduct research at LACC Library and on the Internet to present specific details to support your arguments. Use at least 5 credible sources (choose from a journal article, book, newspaper article, popular magazine article, web page, government statistics, etc.) in the text of your essay, and not only websites.
In the body paragraphs, include at least three arguments and one counter-argument, along with a refutation, to support your opinion. For more information about counter-arguments and refutations in argument essays, see Great Writing 5: From Great Essays to Research by Folse and Pugh, page 154.
In the body paragraphs, include at least one example of each of the following four types of citations: paraphrase, summary, short quote, and one long quote (longer than four typed lines). Introduce quotes with signal phrases or sentences. For more information about citing sources, see Great Writing 5: From Great Essays to Research by Folse and Pugh, pages 50-60.
Copying information from a source without proper citation is considered plagiarism and will result in a lower grade. Minimize quotes to no more than 1 sentence and paraphrase or summarize as much as possible. Format the entire paper in MLA format.
Develop a “Works Cited” list of references in MLA format, with a minimum of five different types of sources. For more information about developing a “Works Cited” list in MLA format, see Great Writing 5: From Great Essays to Research by Folse and Pugh, page 211.
Attach copies of sources cited in the text with your draft. On the source copies, if you can, highlight the sections that you have used in your research paper.