Unfinished Nation.

Unfinished Nation.

Paper instructions:
WRITING ASSIGNMENT #4A: Completing the Revolution

In some ways the Civil War completed the American Revolution.  The ideals boldly proclaimed in the Declaration of Independence, that “all men are created equal”, were now being somewhat realized.  The reality was that at the end of Reconstruction the United States was still in fact an “unfinished nation,”  and that it will be the Civil Rights era and its accomplishments that completed the revolution.

INSTRUCTIONS

In order to prepare you must complete the following readings:

Review and identify relevant sections of Chapters 29.
Review and identify relevant sections of chapters that have been covered throughout the semester.
Utilize at least one of the linked sources provided in this assignment to support your discussion.
Identify and incorporate at least one additional outside source to support your discussion. In addition to the textbook, you may use any material outside of the textbook that is recommended in the Additional Reading section at the end of each chapter. You are also encouraged to do your own research and identify relevant sources. Please keep in mind that WIKIPEDIA is not an acceptable reference.
Additional Sources:

Review the PBS Program: The Civil Rights Era link.
http://www.pbs.org/wnet/aaworld/timeline/civil_01.html

Review the PBS Program: American Experience-History of the American Civil Rights Movement link. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/eyesontheprize/

Review the PBS Program:  The History of the Women’s Rights Movement link. http://www.pbs.org/stantonanthony/movement/index.html

Review the Digital History Site: Native American Voices-Relevant Parts 5 and 6 link. http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/voices/voices_content.cfm?vid=4

Latino in America-CNN: CNN’s Soledad O’Brien explores how Latinosare reshaping our communities and culture  http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2009/latino.in.america/

Latino Americans: PBS Documentary http://www.pbs.org/latino-americans/en/

CNN special on Historic court rulings on Gay Rights Ruling http://www.cnn.com/2013/06/27/us/gay-rights-whats-next

Prepare and Submit:

Write a well organized essay, a minimum of 700 words (but not limited to), including supporting details from the documents/textbook/other sources, in which you analyze and discuss the material that has been assigned and that you have gathered by addressing the following:

Discuss how the United States was an “unfinished nation” and how the accomplishments of the Civil Rights era completed the process, and in your opinion, is the United States currently a “finished nation” or is there still “unfinished business” that needs to be addressed?

Reminders

Paragraphs in an essay are not numbered. Any questions that are associated with an assigned reading are there to serve as a guide for your discussion.
Your discussion should incorporate all of the information from the documents and or textbook, and outside sources as one essay.
Students are required to research and incorporate into their discussions additional sources that relate to the content.Recommendations can be found in at the end of textbook chapter in Additional Reading.
All statements must be supported and all sources must be identified and cited, and included in your reference list. This also applies to the textbook. Failure to do so constitutes Plagiarism, and the college has strict policies and penalties for failure to comply. Under the Resources tab you will find links to sites that review how to format a paper or essay. I recommend that students use APA or Chicago Style to format their essay. Students should ask their instructor which format style they prefer you to use.
Proofread your work. Make sure that you have looked for all of the spelling and grammatical errors and corrected them, and that you have organized your work into coherent paragraphs.
Prepare the assignment as a Word Document, double-spaced and using a standard font of 12 points.

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