Each Major Problems in American History Chapter Questions NEED to have the following:
- EACH question posed below needs to be answered in a lengthy paragraph of At Least 10-15 college-level quality, analytical sentences with 3 citation/quote from Cobbs example: (Cobbs, 94)
- Please SUBDIVIDE each answer/paragraph by labeling each chapter’s questions appropriately (a,b,c,d, etc…)
- In-text citations or Footnotes/Endnotes will suffice
◊ ALL citations NEED TO BE BOLD in order to get full credit for them
◊ If you do NOT cite, you will receive NO CREDIT for that question
- use Times New Roman font 12 or comparable ONLY
- Submit ALL questions as one assignment HERE (within Canvas)
PLEASE NOTE: If your www.turnitin.com (Links to an external site.) “Similarity %” is 21% or higher, you will lose points and the paper will be examined very closely for plagiarism and thus could receive a 0!!!
There have been a few students that have run into the “similarity” issue (in past classes) and this was mainly are due to including the Cobbs questions “word for word” in their answers. Avoiding this is simple…do NOT include the questions with your answers. Simply type answers and submit!
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Cobbs’ Chapter 9
Read the following from Chapter 9 (Ordeal of World War II) and Answer the questions:
- American Missionaries Speak Out About the Rape of Nanking, 1937
- British Prime Minister Winston Churchill Reacts to Pearl Harbor, 1941
- Roosevelt Identifies the “Four Freedoms” at Stake of the War, 1941
- Canadian-Japanese Mother Writes About her Coming Internment, 1942
- Office of War Information Shows What GIs are Fighting for: “Freedom From Want,” 1943
- A Gunner Fears His Luck is Running Out, 1944
- Ira Katznelson—“Fighting Fear—and for Civilization Itself”
- John Morton—“GI Joe: Fighting for Home”
- In what ways did World War II differ from World War I, and what were the consequences of these differences?
- How did the second conflict change Americans’ expectations of their nation’s role? (In other words, Why did they fight?)
I also attached chapter 9 from the book