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Choose TWO to answer and be sure to include information from Chapters 1-15
This exam is NOT timed. You may use your textbook, video resources, etc but wherever you get your information from you MUST cite in your responses
Each question is organized around a central theme, but also provides you with the freedom to answer it in a manner of your choosing. You get to decide what information to use AND to leave out). Regardless of the choices you make regarding the content, you must include a well-written, clear and persuasive thesis statement that is supported by SPECIFIC EXAMPLES, which are organized into separate distinct paragraphs.
At the end of each chapter of the textbook, there is a list of KEY TERMS. In each essay, you must have a minimum of 5 in your essay response. Bold and Underline the Key Terms.
You are submitting Two (2) distinct essay responses for this midterm test. Each essay response should be a minimum of 3 pages. 1 Explain the context in which the republic developed from 1800 to 1865. Explain the extent to which politics, economics, and foreign policy promoted the development of American identity from 1800 to 1848. Then explain how regional differences related to slavery caused tension in the years leading up to the Civil War. Explain the political causes of the Civil War. 2 If the enduring vision of America is embodied in the Declaration of Independence’s statements about equality and universal rights to justice, liberty, and self-fulfillment, how much progress toward those ideals had African-Americans and women made by 1865? Back up your evaluation with as many specific facts as possible about the status of African-Americans and women at the end of the Civil War. “Change over time” has always been a part of the American experience. Discuss the role of women, African Americans and Native Americans, and other minority groups and how their lives have changed in our class up until 1865. 3 In what respects was the Constitution of the United States as written and ratified in 1787 undemocratic? How was the American political system democratized between 1789 and 1865? What undemocratic features remained to be addressed? Give as many specific examples in your answer as possible. Extra Credit Opportunity
Who really makes a difference? Can one individual influence the direction of history? Our studies this semester point to YES. But who, in American history, was the most influential? Select 2-3 individuals who had a significant and lasting impact on the history of the United States, (You must choose individuals before 1865)

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