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In 1,000–1,200 words (12-point type, double-spaced), explain how and why, from 1920 to 1949, the United States underwent the transformation described above, in either foreign or domestic affairs—not both. Whether you think those changes were good or bad is not at issue here; your task is analytical. Write in the voice of a late-’40s college student, one who enjoys two priceless advantages: wisdom, and the ability read materials published decades later. Use the assigned readings and the course lectures as your principal sources. You may buttress your arguments with additional sources if you wish, but this is not required. In any event, be sure to provide adequate citations, following one of the approved methods outlined in The Chicago Manual of Style or in Kate Turabian’s A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations. Information derived from course lectures should also be cited; a simple citation like “Lecture, History 17C, April 9, 2019” will do. Your section leaders will be available to assist you with citation issues and, more generally, to help you approach the assignment.