Instructions For this assignment, I want you to learn about some historical events we won’t get to cover in depth in lecture. Read the appropriate sections of the following chapters and answer all of the 6 following questions:
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Ch.6, The Revolution Within
- In what ways did political and religious liberties expand after the Revolution? (Democratizing Freedom + Toward Religious Toleration)
- How did the Revolution affect the status of women? (Daughters of
Ch.7, Founding a Nation (1783-1789)
- What events and ideas led to the belief in 1786 and 1787 that the Articles of Confederation were not working well? (
Under the Confederation) America
- What were the major arguments in support of the Constitution given by the Federalists? What were the major arguments against the Constitution put forth by the Anti-Federalists? (The Ratification Debate and the Origin of the Bill of Rights)
Ch.14, A New Birth of Freedom: The Civil War (1861-1865)
- Describe how the North’s war aims evolved between 1861 and 1863, changing from simply preserving the
Unionto also ending slavery. What role did blacks play in winning the Civil War? (The Coming of Emancipation)
- How did the war effort and leadership problems affect the society and economy of the Confederacy? (The Confederate Nation)
- Your essay must be typed and double-spaced.
- Use question-answer format—write out the question, then write a short essay answering it. Do that for each question.
- Use quotes and page citations for each chapter (essays that don’t will be graded down).
- Your essay must be a 12-page minimum (about 24 lines of essay per page).
- Your answers must come from the Foner book. Don’t use outside sources.
- There’s no maximum length. A-range essays are usually substantially longer. Write lots!