|D1 READ the information provided regarding the . Once all reading is complete, respond to the following items: · According to Black Elk, what atrocities took place a Wounded Knee? How did President Harrison describe these atrocities? · Whom did Black Elk blame for the Wounded Knee Massacre? Whom did Harrison blame? · According to President Harrison, what was the future of Native Americans? How did Black Elk’s vision of the future compare to Harrison’s vision? D2 READ as well as the information by Charlotte Perkins Gillman. Once all reading is complete, respond to the following items: · What things most surprised Mollie-as-Gerald? · What point was Gilman making in this story? · What did she identify as the gender inequalities of the day? · Do the stereotypes concerning women that Gilman illustrates in this piece exist today? If so, provide an example. D3 READ the information by Margaret Sanger. Once all reading is complete, respond to the following items: · What changes did Sanger describe in married relations in recent generations? · What changes did Sanger hope would come about if unplanned pregnancies could be prevented? · Do debates concerning birth control and unplanned pregnancies still occur in the United States? · Are Sanger’s points still relevant? How? D4 READ the information by Huey Long. Once all reading is complete, respond to the following items: · What were the most radical aspects of Long’s plan? · Did any of his ideas become reality? · Upon whose law did Long base his ideas? · Do you think this assertion increased or diminished support for his ideas? · What did Long predict would be the consequences if the nation failed to adopt a program such as his? D5 READ the . Once all reading is complete, respond to the following items: · Why does Molotov believe a “second front” should be opened in 1942? · If such a front is opened, what does Molotov predict? · If such a front is not opened, what does he fear might occur? · Given that a second front in France was not opened until June, 1944, what do you think the effect of that delay may have had on longer-term U.S.–Soviet relations? D6 READ Once all reading is complete, respond to the following items: · What is the basis of the opposition to the Brown decision as expressed in this document? · According to the manifesto, whose power would the federal government usurp by implementing Brown? · What role did “habits,” “customs,” and “traditions” play in the arguments presented in the document? READ by George Ball. Once all reading is complete, respond to the following items: · What specific problems does Ball identify that ultimately would make U.S. escalation in Vietnam unsuccessful? · What is Ball’s advice concerning an appropriate U.S. policy toward Vietnam? What does he suggest is the best solution · Does the memo accurately predict the outcome of the Vietnam War? READ George H.W. Bush’s . Once all reading is complete, respond to the following items: · Although most of this speech focuses on Iraq and Kuwait, what domestic issues does President Bush also address? How are those issues linked to the situation in Iraq? · Which counties does Bush identify specifically as working closely with the United States? Why might he focus on these countries? · Ultimately, according to Bush, why is intervention in Kuwait necessary?|
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