3-4 pages, double spacedAs you read, the political actions of policymakers of the United States charted the nation’s course through the prosperity of the 1920s, the great economic decline of the 1930s

3-4 pages, double spaced

As you read, the political actions of policymakers of the United States charted the nation’s course through the prosperity of the 1920s, the great economic decline of the 1930s, the industrial rebirth spurred on by mobilization in during World War II, and a rebound to financial affluence in the 1950s and 1960s. Although there were many struggles for the United States to achieve growth, the Presidents and political parties pushed legislation to move America forwards in terms of economic and social health.

For this essay, choose one political event between the 1920s and the 1960s that you believe was a turning point for the nation. The political turning point must demonstrate that without legislative action, the country would suffer economic or social decline. Think about how certain groups benefited or lost some power due to this change in policy.  You must be able to develop a strong argument, write a clear thesis, and support your work with citations and analysis from primary and secondary sources. 

YOU MUST USE ONE OF THE SOURCES ATTACHED BELOW. TWO ARE PREFERRED. PLEASE AVOID OUTSIDE SOURCES.

Examples of political events include Big Business Policies of the 1920s, parts of the New Deal, the GI Bill, the Red Scare/McCarthyism, Policies against Communism, Promotion of Minorities, Brown vs. The Board of Education, etc. 

To receive a high grade, students must:

  • Carefully analyze and describe primary sources using specifics and details
    • The textbook has evidence about the historical context
    • Sources from the Weekly Discussion boards are encouraged
    • Use at least one supporting source below is required
  • Developing a thesis that links directly to the sources chosen
  • Analyzing the evidence to produce arguments and ideas unique to the writing
  • Respect to Spelling, Grammar, Citations
    • Refer to PYRON’S EASY GUIDE TO WRITING ESSAYS VIA PROF DAVIS.doc for writing tips

Paper Organization:

  • The paper must include an introduction, several distinct body paragraphs, and a conclusion.
  • The introduction must address the time, place, and topic you are writing about. Your introduction should include a thesis statement that states your argument for the essay, and an overview of how you will organize your thoughts and sources.
  • The body paragraphs should organize around the main idea included the topic sentence. The following sentences should refer to evidence to support that main idea.
  • The conclusion should summarize the essay’s ideas and suggest connections to course themes.

Citations: 

  • For simple citations, list the last name of the author and then the page number in parenthesis, like this: (Davis, 2)
  • I will accept Chicago Style citations as well. Refer to the Purdue Owl Website(Links to an external site)Links to an external site. for assistance
  • It does not matter which style is used. IT DOES MATTER TO MAKE SURE YOU CITE.
  • All bibliographical information is available with the sources. I discourage the use of sources outside of the ones listed below.

Supporting Sources for Essay 2:

A Purpose for Modern Women.docx

Big Ideas from Big Business.docx

Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka.docx

Commonwealth Club Speech.docx

Descending into Depression.docx

Excerpts from Anti-Prohibition Statements.docx

George Kennan Argues for Containment.docx

McCarthyism in Action.docx

The Case Against the Reds.docx

The Election of 1932.docx

The New Deal for Nearly Four Months.docxWhat was the New Deal.docx

Why Should We March.docx

Women in Industry.docx







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