Prompt: What were the “culture wars” of the 1920s about?

Assignment: Reflective Question

This is your reflective question for Lesson 3.1.  Follow the format laid out in Lesson 1.1 and add to your existing Question Set Word file. You will turn in your completed question set (answering all reflective questions in Units 3 and 4) prior to the final.

Prompt: What were the “culture wars” of the 1920s about?

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This is your reflective question for Lesson 3.2.  Follow the format laid out in Lesson 1.1 and add to your existing Word file. You will turn in your completed question set (answering all reflective questions in Units 3 and 4) prior to the final.

Prompt: How successful were the reforms of the New Deal?

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This is your reflective question for Lesson 3.3.  Follow the format laid out in Lesson 1.1 and add to your existing Word file. You will turn in your completed question set (answering all reflective questions in Units 3 and 4) prior to the final.

Prompt: What are the effects of WWII on American society?

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This is your reflective question for Lesson 3.4.  Follow the format laid out in Lesson 1.1 and add to your existing Word file. You will turn in your completed question set (answering all reflective questions in Units 3 and 4) prior to the final.

Prompt: What factors allow for the rise of McCarthyism? Why does McCarthyism fail?

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This is your reflective question for Case Study 3.1.  Follow the format laid out in Lesson 1.1 and add to your existing Word file. You will turn in your completed question set (answering all reflective questions in Units 3 and 4) prior to the final.

Prompt: What types of social reform did Eleanor Roosevelt support?

(Eleanor Roosevelt advocated social reform, engaged in promoting a connection to the African-American community and was active in promoting women’s rights, among many other causes.

My Day Columns

Eleanor wrote the My Day syndicated columns from 1935-1962. Her column was a direct line of communication to the country and she wrote about everything from Prohibition to Human Rights to the Cold War.)

This is your reflective question for Lesson 4.1.  Follow the format laid out in Lesson 1.1 and add to your existing Word file. You will turn in your completed question set (answering all reflective questions in Units 3 and 4) prior to the final.

Prompt: Why was conformity so important in the 1950s and why did some Americans rebel against this conformity?

(American Yawp, Chapter 26 all)

This is your reflective question for Lesson 4.2.  Follow the format laid out in Lesson 1.1 and add to your existing Word file. You will turn in your completed question set (answering all reflective questions in Units 3 and 4) prior to the final.

Prompt: What were the concerns of America’s youth in the 1960s? What accounts for their activism?

(American Yawp, Chapter 27 all)

This is your reflective question for Lesson 4.3.  Follow the format laid out in Lesson 1.1 and add to your existing Word file. You will turn in your completed question set (answering all reflective questions in Units 3 and 4) prior to the final.

Prompt: What are the key economic problems in the 1970s?

(American Yawp, Chapter 28 all)

This is your reflective question for Lesson 4.4.  Follow the format laid out in Lesson 1.1 and add to your existing Word file. You will turn in your completed question set (answering all reflective questions in Units 3 and 4) prior to the final.

Prompt: What were the significant pieces of civil rights legislation?

This is your reflective question for Lesson 4.5.  Follow the format laid out in Lesson 1.1 and add to your existing Word file. You will turn in your completed question set (answering all reflective questions in Units 3 and 4) prior to the final.

Prompt: What are the major social issues of the 1980s?

(American Yawp, Chapter 29 all)

his is your reflective question for Lesson 4.6.  Follow the format laid out in Lesson 1.1 and add to your existing Word file. You will turn in your completed question set (answering all reflective questions in Units 3 and 4) prior to the final.

Prompt: How do the demographics of the U.S. change in the 1980s and 1990s and what does this diversity mean for American society and politics?

(American Yawp, Chapter 30 all)

This is your reflective question for Case Study 4.1.  Follow the format laid out in Lesson 1.1 and add to your existing Word file. You will turn in your completed question set (answering all reflective questions in Units 3 and 4) prior to the final.

Prompt: What connections do you see between the complaints of the Black Panther Movement and AIM? Do you see any connections between AIM’s complaints about the American government and Geronimo’s complaint

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