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After reading Give Me Liberty! Chapter 13: The Rise of the Republican Party, The Emergence of Lincoln, & The Impending Crisis (pp. 498-518) and watching Lectures 6-4, 6-5, 6-6, please write an essay in which you respond to the following prompt: < <Suppose you were a newspaper columnist who lived and worked in Boston, Massachusetts.… Continue reading <

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Answer the following questions: < <1. The protests in the aftermath of Milam and Bryant’s acquittal were organized exclusively by the NAACP, and those who attended and participated were specifically associated with the NAACP. TRUE or FALSE < <2. The protests in the aftermath of the Milam and Bryant’s acquittal overlapped with the famous Montgomery… Continue reading <cold war anti-communism support civil rights activism–and those who protested the murder of emmett till and the acquittal of milam and bryant?

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Write on the perspectives on the passage and the setting and go into detail about how the point view is overseen from which the source describes historical events and how every person is being understood.

Copy link and read the following passage < <http://famous-trials.com/emmetttill/1766-confession (Links to an external site.) < <Write a page about the William Bradford Huie, “The Shocking Story of Approved Killing in Mississippi.” Look, January 24, 1956: 46–48. “What’s Happened to the Emmett Till Killers?” Write on the perspectives on the passage and the setting and go into… Continue reading Write on the perspectives on the passage and the setting and go into detail about how the point view is overseen from which the source describes historical events and how every person is being understood.

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Read the following documents. Most are found in the American Yawp Primary Document Reader <This PSA main theme is ;the creation of the American identity The American colonies didn’t just decide overnight to break away from Britain; it took nearly 170 years for the colonies to begin, grow, and eventually grow apart from British society.… Continue reading <1.

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Listen to or watch the speech, Eleanor Roosevelt’s speech, “The Struggle for Human Rights” and be sure to take a look at the transcript of the speech below the video or sound clip as well. <Think about how the speech is organized. Can you identify the introduction, body, conclusion, and transitions? Tell us where the… Continue reading <did you find identifying the structure of the speech difficult?

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