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Formatting instructions. You must clearly identify which reflective question you are answering (for example: Lesson 1.1, Lesson 1.2, etc.)  Each answer should be a short paragraph (3-4 sentences) that gives a balanced answer (provide both a “big picture” overview with specific, detailed historical facts and examples as supporting evidence).

Formatting instructions. You must clearly identify which reflective question you are answering (for example: Lesson 1.1, Lesson 1.2, etc.)  Each answer should be a short paragraph (3-4 sentences) that gives a balanced answer (provide both a “big picture” overview with specific, detailed historical facts and examples as supporting evidence).

Reflective question for Lesson 1.1:  How do the Redeemers (Southern white elites who were in power before the war) regain control?  What are they “redeeming?” (American Yawp, Chapter 15)

Reflective Question for Lesson 1.2: Analyze the Indian policy of the US government. What promises had been made to the Indians? What promises were broken?( American Yawp, Chapter 17 – all)

Reflective Question for Lesson 1.3: Why does the People’s Party organize? What is the platform of the party (Omaha Platform)?( American Yawp, Chapter 16, all)

Reflective Question for Lesson 1.4: What factors prevented large scale social, economic, and political change in the South?( American Yawp, Chapter 18, all)

Reflective Question for Case Study 1.1: Briefly describe the reasons for Geronimo’s continued resistance to American authority as presented in the documentary.

Reflective Question for Case Study 1.2: The documentary over Carnegie discussed both positive and negative aspects of his actions as a business owner. You have also been introduced to the concept of Robber Baron v Captain of Industry in a previous lesson. What actions, as presented in the documentary, can be considered those of a robber baron (a more pejorative interpretation of actions)? What actions, as presented in the documentary, can be considered those of a captain of industry (a more positive interpretation)? How would you categorize Carnegie, is he more of a robber baron or captain of industry?

Biography, Andrew Carnegie: Prince of Steel

produced by Rick Davis, in Biography (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 1997), 44 mins

Reflective question for Lesson 2.1. Prompt: What are the key points (both for and against) in the domestic debate over having an empire?

 This is your reflective question for Lesson 2.2.  Prompt: How are minorities in the U.S. treated in the late 19th/early 20th centuries? Which groups are assimilated? Which are segregated? Why?( American Yawp, Chapter 20)

This is your reflective question for Lesson 2.3.  Prompt: Why does the U.S. wish to remain neutral in WWI? Who is most opposed to the war?  Why?( American Yawp, Chapter 21)

This is your reflective question for Case Study 2.1 Prompt: Whose tactics, Alice Paul’s or Susan B Anthony’s, do you think more important for the final push for ratification of the 19th Amendment?

American Experience, One Woman, One Vote directed by Ruth Pollak; produced by Ruth Pollak, in American Experience (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 1995), 1 hour 48 mins

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