Of The People With Sources Volume 2 Since 1865 A History Of The United States

Of the People: A History of the United States since 1865. By Michael McGerr, Jan Ellen Lewis. Volume 2: 4th edition.



All of the information you get to answer these question have to be from the book


Make sure you use quotes, you do in text citation and works cited page Chapter 21-22

We will be taking a journalistic approach for Online Discussion 4. For Chapters 21/22, assume the role of a journalist, or someone else writing a letter of the time covering national (and global) events throughout the United States. From your perspective, you will be witness to a major event, theme, or historical figure(s), or multiple. Since the chapters are titled The Modern Nation/The Great Depression, how do you as a journalist interpret the major changes that have been taking place. You are expected to discuss cultural/social/economic shifts happening throughout the country. You will be graded on the amount of details and the quality of the writing that corresponds to answering the questions. Please be sure to incorporate at least 5 key terms from the chapter in your online discussion/Journal entry. Questions to keep in mind as you write from a journalistic, perspective: Who are you and what paper would you write for? Why are you writing this piece? Male or female? This Online Discussions allows you to get creative, while at the same time answering the questions below, including your own insight, and engaging with the chapter and powerpoint. Continue to cite throughout your reporting as you have done previously.


Using the title of one of the two chapters this week,The Modern Nation,” what do you think this entails?What are some of the main contributing factors that are central to building a modern nation? Also, your response should include a wide array of elements that will not only help you answer the question, but also think about key terms included in the chapter and how this connects to the following chapter. How did the country shift from a modern phenomenon, to a great depression? This should be a fun activity where you are putting yourself in the position of an observer, sharing your insights publicly, and a wider and more diverse audience.