Reflection and analysis of ethics issues

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Please choose one question from each group which will require you to provide a total of four responses. Each answer must demonstrate that you understand the material and must include accurate names, dates, places and events. Each response should contain 3-4 paragraphs or more with about 4-6 detailed sentences in each paragraph. Use as many sentences as necessary to provide a complete response to each question. The responses must be totally your own and will be checked, so please avoid plagiarism. Please type the number of the question you select before starting to type your response. Once an answer is submitted you will not be able to change it later. You will have 90 minutes (1.5 hours) to complete this assignment. Each question is worth twenty five points.

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GROUP A

CHOOSE ONE QUESTION FROM THIS GROUP AND WRITE A BRIEF ESSAY AS A RESPONSE. THE ESSAY SHOULD INCLUDE RELEVANT NAMES, DATES, AND EVENTS. THE WRITING MUST BE 100% YOUR OWN. ANY STUDENT WHO POSTS WRITING COPIED FROM THE INTERNET OR OTHER PUBLISHED SOURCE WILL RECEIVE A ZERO AND MAY BE REFERRED TO STUDENT AFFAIRS FOR PLAGIARISM.

YOUR RESPONSE SHOULD CONTAIN 3-4 PARAGRAPHS OR MORE WITH ABOUT 4-6 DETAILED SENTENCES IN EACH PARAGRAPH. PLEASE TYPE THE NUMBER OF THE QUESTION YOU HAVE CHOSEN BEFORE TYPING YOUR RESPONSE.

CHOOSE ONE

1. Who became president after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, why was his presidency ultimately unsuccessful, and what event destroyed his political power?

2. In order, explain in detail the 13th, 14th and 15th amendments to the Constitution.

3. Explain the Black Codes and the system of Jim Crow in the South and how terror was used to enforce this system.

4. Explain the events and problems which took place during the Grant administration and why his presidency is among the least successful during Reconstruction.

5. Explain in detail the Compromise of 1877 and its impact on Reconstruction.

GROUP B

CHOOSE ONE QUESTION FROM THIS GROUP AND WRITE A BRIEF ESSAY AS A RESPONSE. THE ESSAY SHOULD INCLUDE RELEVANT NAMES, DATES, AND EVENTS. THE WRITING MUST BE 100% YOUR OWN. ANY STUDENT WHO POSTS WRITING COPIED FROM THE INTERNET OR OTHER PUBLISHED SOURCE WILL RECEIVE A ZERO AND MAY BE REFERRED TO STUDENT AFFAIRS FOR PLAGIARISM.

YOUR RESPONSE SHOULD CONTAIN 3-4 PARAGRAPHS OR MORE WITH ABOUT 4-6 DETAILED SENTENCES IN EACH PARAGRAPH. PLEASE TYPE THE NUMBER OF THE QUESTION YOU HAVE CHOSEN BEFORE TYPING YOUR RESPONSE.

CHOOSE ONE

6. What happened at the Battle of Little Big Horn and the Battle of Wounded Knee? List each separately and include important names and dates.

7. Which specific groups came to America as immigrants at the end of the 19th century, what facility did immigrants arriving in New York enter, and which group was singled out with a law to restrict their entry to the country? List each separately.

8. Who were Andrew Carnegie, J.P. Morgan and John D. Rockefeller, what industries did they dominate, and what were monopolies called at the end of the 19th century? List each separately.

9. Who was W.E.B. Du Bois, Booker T. Washington and George Washington Carver, why are they important historical figures, and how did they contribute to the nation? Be precise with names, places, and dates.

10. What happened at Haymarket Square, the Homestead Strike, and the Pullman Strike? List each separately and include important names and dates.

GROUP C

CHOOSE ONE QUESTION FROM THIS GROUP AND WRITE A BRIEF ESSAY AS A RESPONSE. THE ESSAY SHOULD INCLUDE RELEVANT NAMES, DATES, AND EVENTS. THE WRITING MUST BE 100% YOUR OWN. ANY STUDENT WHO POSTS WRITING COPIED FROM THE INTERNET OR OTHER PUBLISHED SOURCE WILL RECEIVE A ZERO AND MAY BE REFERRED TO STUDENT AFFAIRS FOR PLAGIARISM.

YOUR RESPONSE SHOULD CONTAIN 3-4 PARAGRAPHS OR MORE WITH ABOUT 4-6 DETAILED SENTENCES IN EACH PARAGRAPH. PLEASE TYPE THE NUMBER OF THE QUESTION YOU HAVE CHOSEN BEFORE TYPING YOUR RESPONSE.

CHOOSE ONE

11. Explain the Supreme Court case Plessy v. Ferguson, the impact of the decision, and its historical importance. Be sure to include all important names and dates.

12. Define American Imperialism at the end of the 19th century, explain what caused the Spanish-American War, and explain the outcome. Be sure to include important names, places, and dates.

13. What were the policy objectives of the Populist Party and why is William Jennings Bryan an important political figure at the end of the 19th century? Be specific.

14. What were the goals of the Temperance Movement and the Suffrage Movement and who were the leaders of these movements in the early 20th century? List each separately and include important names and dates.

15. What were the major social issues which needed to be addressed during the Progressive Era, why was The Jungle an important book during this period, and what specific laws and reforms took place between 1890-1920?

GROUP D

CHOOSE ONE QUESTION FROM THIS GROUP AND WRITE A BRIEF ESSAY AS A RESPONSE. THE ESSAY SHOULD INCLUDE RELEVANT NAMES, DATES, AND EVENTS. THE WRITING MUST BE 100% YOUR OWN. ANY STUDENT WHO POSTS WRITING COPIED FROM THE INTERNET OR OTHER PUBLISHED SOURCE WILL RECEIVE A ZERO AND MAY BE REFERRED TO STUDENT AFFAIRS FOR PLAGIARISM.

YOUR RESPONSE SHOULD CONTAIN 3-4 PARAGRAPHS OR MORE WITH ABOUT 4-6 DETAILED SENTENCES IN EACH PARAGRAPH. PLEASE TYPE THE NUMBER OF THE QUESTION YOU HAVE CHOSEN BEFORE TYPING YOUR RESPONSE.

CHOOSE ONE

16. Who was Pancho Villa, what did he do and where, why did the United States pursue him, and what was the outcome? Be sure to include important names, places, and dates.

17. What was the Lusitania and the Zimmerman telegram and how did they bring the United States closer to entering World War I? List each separately and include details.

18. Explain the basic goals of Woodrow Wilson’s 14 Points and explain why the Treaty of Versailles ultimately failed and why the United States did not join the League of Nations.

19. Explain what happened during the Flu pandemic of 1918 and why it was so difficult to manage, describe the response, and explain the effects of the pandemic on the nation. Be specific.

20. What were the Red Scare and the Red Summer of 1919? List each separately, include details, and be specific.

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