Apush prompt 1
Thesis 3: The student correctly identifies the underlying forces for the revolution as economic discrimination against the colonists and violations of enlightenment principles by the Crown.
Do NOT go outside the time period. So that's what these questions are about and how you should go about answering them.
You only have to write about one.
Well, the New Deal was a reaction to the Great Depression, which was brought on by some irresponsible banking in the s, a time of what was known as laissez-faire economics, which kind of said the government was to keep its hands out of the economy. You only have to write about one. Now your mileage might differ, you might find that you're someone who wants to spend a little bit more time planning or your somebody who can plan really fast and write well. In the Virginia Resolves, Document 2, the colonists said that they had the right to tax themselves. Why is the introduction better? The Outside Evidence points states: Uses at least one additional piece of the specific historical evidence beyond that found in the documents relevant to an argument about the prompt. So were the ways of a society conserved over time or did they change over time? Okay, so our time scope is broad and even our geography is relatively broad. But the other thing we know about the New Deal is that in the end it didn't really work. So I think it's clear that the New Deal was this really unique period in the United States when the government just tried whatever they could think of in order to try to improve the economy. The cartoon itself was an attempt to unite the colonies to fight the Native-Americans during the French and Indian War and support the Albany Plan for Union and is unrelated to the American Revolution 22 years later as the student implies with its qualifying sentence.
In other words, you situate the development into the time period. They discovered that they could smuggle goods to the Spanish and French West Indies and make much larger profits than they could by only trading with the British West Indies.
So we could argue that yes the New Deal was conservative. Okay, so let's take a look at this question. Or, what caused the document to be created. Step 2: How does that historical evidence advance your argument? So I think it's clear that the New Deal was this really unique period in the United States when the government just tried whatever they could think of in order to try to improve the economy.
Over what issue is the cartoon attempting to unite them?
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