Documents and Questions to Answer “Revolution” download Discuss how the American Revolution helped to inspire uprisings in other parts of the world. Where did revolution spread next?
Also, “Federalists and Anti-Federalists”. Download In this chapter’s discussion of New York’s ratifying convention. Also, Alexander Hamilton takes issue with Anti-Federalist delegate Melancton Smith’s assertion that (as Hamilton says) “a pure democracy. Generally, if it were practicable, would be the most perfect government.” Read the attached documents to answer the following:
How does this compare to the type of democracy that represents the modern United States?
Was the Constitution Revolutionary or Counter-revolutionary? also Discuss the varying viewpoints of the scholars. Also, “The Global Industrial Revolution download
Generally, How important was the role of Great Britain? How did the industrial revolution change societies? Also, Answer the following questions after reading the documents. Additionally, Remember to refer to FAQ’s (in our Canvas page) for an example of format for a journal entry. Lastly, You must include the title, question, and your answer.
Journals are graded within one week of the due date poste-d. Journals must be submitte-d in the proper format (see instructions). Also, Within the journal entry, students are expecte-d to analyze the document/article. Also to answer each question with historically significant facts. Only the information foun-d within the document/article and the textbook are accepted. Also, Do not use any outside resources to complete journal entries.
Create an argument through the use of historical evidence (Critical Thinking; Communication Skills; Personal Responsibility; Social Responsibility). SLO1
Analyze and interpret primary and secondary sources (Critical Thinking; Communication Skills; Personal Responsibility; Social Responsibility). SLO2
Also, Analyze the effects of historical, social, political, economic, cultural, and global forces on this period of United States history. Generally, (Critical Thinking; Communication Skills; Personal Responsibility; Social Responsibility). SLO3