The United States’ involvement in the Vietnam War drastically changed the public

The United States’ involvement in the Vietnam War drastically changed the public’s opinion on the effect war has on soldiers. It has also affected the nation’s policy toward war and is still used as an example against involvement in foreign wars today. With this in mind, please write a 2000 to 3000-word essay based on one of the two prompts below.
Prompts
Compare and contrast the treatment of Vietnam War veterans with World War II veterans in the U.S. How did the government treat both types of veterans? What type of assistance was offered to them when they returned? How did the public respond to them? Why do you think there was such a difference in how the Vietnam veterans were treated, and how has this informed how veterans of more recent conflicts have been regarded?
Formatting & Sources
Please write your paper in the APA format. As part of your research, you may refer to the course material for supporting evidence, but you must also use at least five credible, outside sources and cite them using APA format as well. Please include a mix of both primary and secondary sources, with at least one source from a scholarly peer-reviewed journal. If you use any Study.com lessons as sources, please also cite them in APA (including the lesson title and instructor’s name).
Primary sources are first-hand accounts such as interviews, advertisements, speeches, company documents, statements, and press releases published by the company in question.
Secondary sources come from peer-reviewed scholarly journals, such as the Journal of Management. You may use like JSTOR, Google Scholar, and Social Science Research Network to find articles from these journals. Secondary sources may also come from reputable websites with .gov, .edu, or .org in the domain. (Wikipedia is not a reputable source, though the sources listed in Wikipedia articles may be acceptable.)

Respond to the follwing 1) In your opinion, what has been the most significant e

Respond to the follwing 1) In your opinion, what has been the most significant event(s) in American History within your own lifetime? How has your life been shaped by this event?
In my opinion, the most signifigant event in American History in my lifetime has been the Covid-19 virus. This has changed mine and many others’ lives. Due to the virus causing a widespread need to stay home for months, we were able to adapt and build many new technologies in our home lives. Included in this is websites such as zoom, where school was taught entirely online. School districts like RISD have created whole online campuses. The quarantine across the nation also brought an uprise of “social awareness” all over social media. Since many teenagers and young adults were spending so much time at home, they were exposed to a lot more media and were fed many political idealisms, from either side, that “opened” many peoples eyes. With all of these changes happening to everyone, everywhere, we all had to adapt and learn how to live in a world without face to face connections.
Another change that was made was the new requirement of masks in many public places. Before covid there were no masks required at doctors offices, and while this didnt seem abnormal at the time, but looking back on it now it makes perfect sense to require those. We also have many more health screenings and tests to travel and go certain places. Both of these things seem normal now, but 3 years ago we would have been shocked to where we are now.
2) One hundred years from now, students in a history class will be studying this material through a very different lense. What do you think/hope will be the biggest historical theme(s) that will emerge from these decades and your lifetime?
I hope the the biggest historical theme to emerge from my lifetime will be having political awareness. Something that my generation has developed this decade is using social media to reach people all over the globe. Having access to so much at such a young age has taught all of us how to take a stand and how to speak out when something is not right. I hope that the future generations see this theme and that they continue to stand up for things that they believe in and that they will stay aware of the things that they are saying online. While they need to stay aware of things going on in the world around them, it is also extremely easy to get caught into fake news and false information. I hope that the future generations can also keep their minds open and not become ignorant to everything that they see online.

Stewart, History of the World, ONLY PAGES 73 -99. 1). Provide a summary of major

Stewart, History of the World, ONLY PAGES 73
-99.
1). Provide a summary of major points of reading showing book was read. Should be detailed only 20 pages of source, please make sure to cover all the important points, this part should be majorirty of paper
2.) discuss issues which interest you or an idea which could be further researched.

Please post a photo on the theme of “daytime/summertime/sunshine/July/August…,

Please post a photo on the theme of “daytime/summertime/sunshine/July/August…,” perhaps one you have taken this summer or one from the internet. It can be an image of a (famous) visual art piece.
Then, in one sentence, explain a moment in history that happened in “daytime/summertime/sunshine/July/August…,” in the period we covered in this class (from about 1400s to about 1900). You may use the eBook or the internet, but state your reflective post in your words.

Position/Analytical Paper #2: Steven Waldman’s Founding Faith GUIDELINES: 1. For

Position/Analytical Paper #2: Steven Waldman’s Founding Faith
GUIDELINES:
1. For this assignment construct an argument and essay answering the question below. Please note that this is not a “book review.” You will need to read the book, Founding Faith, and construct an analytical essay around the question provided. Remember to include a thesis (what you will argue) and place it in the first paragraph. The rest of the paper should provide concrete examples and data taken only from the book that provide examples to make your case. Please keep quotations to a minimum. When quoting, all you need to do is provide the page number from the book where the data can be found (for example, “Women were the guardians of morality, the paragons of virtue in the society.” (56)
2. Question: Scholar Steven Waldman notes that there is a “culture war” today concerning the place of religion both in our founding as a nation and the place of religion in our modern society. Both sides in the debate claim the founders (Jefferson, Washington, etc.) as originators of their current viewpoint. One side argues that the U.S. was founded by these men as a Judeo-Christian nation with these values at the center. The other side argues that these men were more secular, that they were firm believers in modern conceptions of “separation of church and state,” this belief embedded in the First Amendment. Looking at the key founders detailed in Founding Faith, were these men practicing Christians as conceived of today by one side? Which side is more correct in its argument about these issues? Make sure to detail at least four founders detailed in the book. You can include more to make each argument. Make sure to cover the history from the American Revolution to the Constitutional Era as well.
3. The paper must be 2-3 pages, single-spaced. Points will not be taken for papers over the 3 page mark, however, they will be taken for papers shorter than 2 pages. Chicago, APA or other accepted citation/style formats are acceptable. The content and grammar are the most important things. No need to have a title.
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Typed, using a standard font, 12-point type size, double-spaced, with overall ne

Typed, using a standard font, 12-point type size, double-spaced, with overall neatness and readability.
Restatement of the question exactly as stated.
Use standard essay format: Introduction/Body/Conclusion.
Proper use of grammar, spelling, punctuation, citation style, etc.
Examine, assess, evaluate, and/or analyze course content and key concepts.
Provide a clear and well-developed response to the question.
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Timothy S. Hatten, 2020
Sage
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George Washington urged the young United States to avoid “entangling alliances.”

George Washington urged the young United States to avoid “entangling alliances.” For more than a century afterwards, presidential administrations generally heeded Washington’s advice. Beginning in the 1890s, the US became increasingly involved in foreign affairs. Why did the US begin to seek more involvement outside its borders? Describe US foreign policy in the key eras of the 1890s and 1900s, in the era of World War I, the era of World War II, the Cold War, and the post–Cold War era. What were key policy similarities and differences, and why?

It’s a class in the history of philanthropy and charity. My paper I wanted to w

It’s a class in the history of philanthropy and charity.
My paper I wanted to write on Classism in Philanthropy
The haves and the have nots have been woven into American society for centuries and philanthropy has been the fabric in creating classism in America. Do philanthropic dollars create classism and dictate how the other half lives? The history of classism in philanthropy shows that the top percentage of Americans dictate how money is allocated to help those who are less fortunate but rather than assisting with economic and social change, their lack of research in areas to fund is causing more damage. What can be done to change that social divide?
1. History of philanthropy and classes
2. Money allocation how money is spent
3. Social change in philanthropic dollars
Conclusion

I know the amount of money is less here we can increase that if you can do the a

I know the amount of money is less here we can increase that if you can do the assignment correctly!!
This assignment is from(Worlds Together, Worlds Apart textbook) and cannot use other source than this book.
please keep everything we can have 4 assignment from this book and can be assign directly to you.
the lesson we covered and should be cited (Introduction / Networks: East Asian Empires, Networks: Dar al-Islam / States and Societies of Sub-Saharan Africa, Networks: Indian Ocean Basin / Europe Before Columbus, Networks: The Americas, Iberian Empires Around the Globe/Creating Colonial Societies, New Global Economies: The African Slave Trade / Cultural Encounters in the Atlantic World, New Global Economies: The Other Slavery, New Global Economies: Metals and Monies/Pacific Exchanges)
Please read this assignment all the way through!
Paper Topic
While coercive and exploitative labor systems have been present in human societies since time out of mind, the new global world system that came into existence during the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries was dependent on and fostering of different forms of forced labor. But not all forms of coerced labor are the same. We tend to think first of the huge Atlantic slave trade, in which millions of men, women and children were kidnapped from their homes in Sub-Saharan African and enslaved in the Americas, but there are other kinds of slavery and other forms of forced labor. For your first paper, you will examine how New World chattel slavery resembled and differed from other forms of bonded labor. In what regards did it resemble other labor systems? In what regards was it different? Most critically, why did it resemble or differ from other labor systems? Your paper will examine these questions and take a position on them. You must do more than simply catalogue the similarities and differences; you must try to offer an explanation for why they resembled or differed from each other. That is, you must do more than simply describe; you must also analyze.
Sources:
You must support your assertions with specific evidence. Evidence for this paper will come from the documents included in the WTWA (Worlds Together, Worlds Apart textbook) Reader, especially the collection called “Casebook: Coerced Labor in the Early Modern World.” You may also use the other documents in the reader if you find them useful for making your argument. Keep in mind that your paper must rely on the documents, not the editors’ comments, so read carefully. Past experience has taught me that students often don’t pay attention to the difference between editorial apparatus and the actual documents, so please be aware that if your paper attempts to use the editors’ words rather than the documents as its source of evidence, it will be downgraded appropriately. Cite specific passages from the documents to support your thesis; unsubstantiated claims carry no weight and will not receive credit. Moreover, evidence without analysis is also useless. It is never enough to simply cite passages from the text—you must provide analysis of the cited evidence, and explain how it supports your thesis.
This paper requires no outside sources. Certainly, you may use material from lectures and discussion. If you wish, you may use your Worlds Together, Worlds Apart textbook, but you must provide a parenthetical citation for any material you draw from it. Remember, your aim here is to focus in closely on the primary sources, so the documents from the reader must be the foundation of your paper. Do not use any other sources, especially internet sources. Papers that use sources other than what I’ve just listed will not be accepted (meaning, you’ll have to rewrite your paper and it will considered late).
Citations:
All supporting materials from the documents in the WTWA Reader (Worlds Together, Worlds Apart textbook) must be cited properly and fully. Please review the policy on academic honesty, which is available here and review the suggestions for avoiding plagiarism here. A parenthetical citation is sufficient—you do not need to use footnotes. This is what your citation might look like:
Slavery in Aceh does seems to have been linked to any perceived physical differences between different sectors of the population. Dampnier notes that “… neither can a stranger easily know who is a Slave and who not among them: for they are all, in a manner, Slaves to one another: and all in general to the Queen and Oronkeys…” (Dampnier, p. 138)
The pagination in the 1st edition and the 2nd edition of the WTWA (Worlds Together, Worlds Apart textbook) Reader do differ from each other, but don’t worry about that. Just cite the pagination from whichever version that you’re using. A citation from Worlds Together, Worlds Apart would be similar. You do not need a “Works Cited” page.
Organization, Spelling, Grammar and Style:
Carefully read the information on writing history papers available here and use it when writing your paper. Your paper will be graded not only on what you say, but how you say it. Don’t forget, you must have a central thesis to argue. You must argue it in a carefully organized, focused, and articulate way, using evidence drawn from your primary source.
Format
Your paper must be 4 pages long (that is, approximately 1,000 words), and must be typed using 12-point font —not 14, not 10—and double-spaced with one-inch margins. Use a standard font such as Times or Palatino. Do not put your paper in bold. Remember to check your spelling and grammar, edit, proofread, and then repeat.

YOUR HOME IN HISTORY: FINAL PAPER ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS OVERVIEW As the culmin

YOUR HOME IN HISTORY: FINAL PAPER ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS
OVERVIEW
As the culmination of the Your Home in History Assignment, you will write a final paper
showing how your chosen region changed during the Jacksonian Era and using your region as a
case study to demonstrate how a specific theme of our studies worked out in a particular
location.
Scholarly research and writing improves critical thinking and communication abilities—skills
necessary for any career path. This assignment is also designed to help you see the connection
you and your community have with the past while reinforcing the significance the Jacksonian
Era holds to nearly every location in America.
INSTRUCTIONS
The text of your paper must be 6-8 pages long, not including the title page and bibliography
page. It must include properly formatted Turabian Notes-Bibliography style citations to each
source included on your bibliography page. At a minimum, you must use ten sources. Two of
those sources must be primary sources. See how citations are formatted in the Turabian sample
paper available from the LUO Writing Center website.
In addition to an introduction and conclusion, the paper must include three sections:
(1) Show how your chosen region developed and changed during the Jacksonian Era (1815-
1850’s). Consider demographics, culture, and economy.
(2) Introduce one of the course themes (listed below) and provide scholarly context for how
that theme was significant during the Jacksonian Era.
(3) Show how your region was a case study of that theme’s broader development across the
nation during the Jacksonian Era. How did the theme work out in specific ways in your
region?
Note that the region and theme you write about for the final paper needs to correlate to those you
researched for the Your Home in History: Topic Proposal Assignment and Your Home in
History: Primary Source Reflection Assignment. Those are scaffolded assignments meant to
help you move forward with the final paper as the end goal.
Here is a list of course themes that you could choose to connect to your region for this project.
Feel free to consult with your instructor if you have an idea that is not on this list:
 Native American Conflicts
of the 10 sources 2 must be primary.
I have 5 sources already listed for help with the assignment. they are included in the topic proposal file and the primary source reflection file attached.