two greatest dangers to American prosperity.

I just need a reply to this it doesn’t have to be long maybe 4- 8 sentences.
The main point in George Washington’s Farewell Address that resonates with me is when he discussed the two greatest dangers to American prosperity.  I personally feel those are still two of the greatest dangers to America.  I feel we have abandoned those hopes, because we are making treaties and agreements with foreign countries.  We are militarizing foreign countries, giving them equipment, training, gear, and war strategies that could possibly be used against us.
With the Articles of Confederation, the Founding Fathers wanted to create a new model of government rather than amending the one that was already in existence.  With the Constitution, they felt it was necessary to have so that it would make our government stronger as it was laid out in the Article of Confederation.  I established our government and guaranteed some basic rights for citizens.  Hamilton wanted to make sure the states were represented fairly, so he voted for the Constitution because he felt it would give us a centralized government.
I personally do not feel like anything should be held against our Founding Fathers.  They should be viewed with more understanding based on the history that surrounded them during those times.  However, I will say I think someone could have stepped away from what was considered “popular” or “the norm” and did what was right at that time.  Break the mold and listen to all the “constituents” not just a certain class of people.
Overall, I would have to say George Washington is who I would have chosen most important to creation of this great workable nation.  In my opinion he truly laid a foundation and left an actually “blueprint” that we are still using and maneuvering through today.  He tried giving us incite into what not to do, to keep America in a prosperous position.  I feel we have gone away from that and as a result we are slowly losing our title as the richest nation in the land.  Alexander Hamilton was very interesting to me because he is the found of our financial system.

Rodney Stark. “Reconstructing the Rise of Christianity: The Role of Women.” Soci

Rodney Stark. “Reconstructing the Rise of Christianity: The Role of Women.” Sociology of Religion, vol. 56, no. 3, Oct. 1995, pp. 229–244. EBSCOhost, search-ebscohost-com.eres.qnl.qa/login.aspx?direct=true&db=edsjsr&AN=edsjsr.3711820&site=eds-live&scope=site.
Castelli, Elizabeth A. “Gender, Theory, and The Rise of Christianity: A Response to Rodney Stark.” Journal of Early Christian Studies, vol. 6, no. 2, 1998, pp. 227–257. EBSCOhost, doi:10.1353/earl.1998.0034.
Sittser, Gerald L. “The Catechumenate and the Rise of Christianity.” Journal of Spiritual Formation and Soul Care, vol. 6, no. 2, Nov. 2013, pp. 179–203, doi:10.1177/193979091300600204.
Woodhead, Linda. “An Introduction To Christianity”. Google Books, 2004, https://books.google.com.qa/books?id=EsctaP__5yQC&lpg=PR6&ots=EAaJochcVA&dq=the%20start%20of%20christianity&lr&pg=PP1#v=onepage&q=the%20start%20of%20christianity&f=false.
Morison, John. “Why Did Christianity Succeed? – The Great Appeal | From Jesus To Christ | FRONTLINE | PBS”. Pbs.Org, 2021, https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/religion/why/appeal.html.
Please use 5 resources, not necessarily the ones I mentioned.

Homework on the Great Depression http://www.americanyawp.com/text/23-the-great-d

Homework on the Great Depression http://www.americanyawp.com/text/23-the-great-depression/. You only need to read first sections (I-VI)
While the stock market crash hurt, there were deeper underlying causes of the great depression. What were they?
How did President Hoover respond to the economic crisis? What did he and the Federal Reserve Board do that probably made the crisis worse?
What were the experiences of Americans during the depression? Did women and blacks face greater challenges than others and if so why?
What happened to farmers in the Great Plains? How did some states respond to migrants trying to move to their states?
How did the country respond in the area of immigration during the depression?
What was the Bonus Army and how did President Hoover respond to it?

Read: Foner, Voices of Freedom, chapter 24, documents #168, #170, #171, and #172

Read: Foner, Voices of Freedom, chapter 24, documents #168, #170, #171, and #172 entitled: Clark Kerr, Freedom in Industrial Society (1960); Milton Friedman, Capitalism and Freedom (1962); C. Wright Mills on “Cheerful Robots” (1959); and Allen Ginsberg, “Howl” (1955), and write a short essay answering the following question: The 1950s is often viewed as the “golden age” for the United States. What do these documents tell us about the truth of that belief (be sure to validate your answer here with specific information from the readings)?
Specifics: The essay should be at least 350 words (about 1 page), double-spaced and provide specific evidence from the document. You should use what you have learned from the previous writing assignments (thesis, topic sentences, evidence; quotation sandwich) to craft your essay. For the purposes of citations, you may use parenthetical citations, such as (Foner, “Alain Locke, p. #). Citations should be provided for all quotations, paraphrasing, and any specific information drawn from the document that is not quoted or is not common knowledge. You may only use two short quotes in this assignment. All quotes and specific evidence must come from the actual document text.

Think carefully about the following two questions and write one essay each in re

Think carefully about the following two questions and write one essay each in response. Be sure to include primary and secondary source material in your analysis, especially all of our readings and lectures/class discussions up to this point. Each essay should be between 3-4 typed pages (no larger than font 12, New Times Roman) and counts 50 points for a total of 100. Make sure you have a clear introduction (including the thesis statement), a main segment (where you develop and flesh out your key arguments), and an equally clear conclusion, (where you restate your thesis), to each essay.
The essays are due on Friday, October 29, at the beginning of class. Keep an electronic copy for your own records.
Good Luck.
1) How do the mytho-historical accounts of the Ancient Hebrews reflect the clash between monotheistic and polytheistic beliefs among them? Did monotheism come into existence fully formed and uncontested or did it have to coexist with polytheism for a long time? Focus on the narratives of Abraham in Ur/Mesopotamia and Moses at Mt. Sinai, as well as his reception by the Hebrews when he returned with the tablets. Make sure to include Yahweh and Baal in your explanation. What do these stories tell us about the religious beliefs and practices of the various peoples who lived in those regions during the Bronze and Iron Ages? Related to this: should historians take these and similar mytho-historical accounts from different cultures and time periods uncritically at face value? If not, how can we sort out “what actually happened” and at least begin to separate “history” from “mythology” in any systematic and methodical fashion?
2) How does Neil Faulkner compare and contrast the types of states and societies that developed during the Bronze Age and the Iron Age? Focus on the connections between the material and technological foundations of such states & societies, as well as the socio-economic, cultural, and political structures within them, as they evolved during those “Ages.”
PSA: EACH QUESTION IS ONE ESSAY SO ONE ESSAY IS 3-4 pages AND THE THE OTHER IS 3-4 pages.
I would like for each paper to be separate please and thank you

For our next class we will discuss the attempts by immigrants, workers, women, b

For our next class we will discuss the attempts by immigrants, workers, women, black activists, and others in the early 20th century to fight for a more just and fair society. Watch part of a documentary on NYC and read chapter 20 of the textbook and submit homework on blackboard before class. Either answer these questions or if you prefer write a summary of what you learned from the documentary and the chapter.
Documentary on NYC. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bgh5X4_gifI. Watch from 1:05:50 to 1:36:44
What does the documentary say were some of the fundamental questions that the city faced in this period?
Who were some of the groups fighting for reform? What two issues do are they successful in winning progress on?
Describe what the garment industry in NYC was like at this period? What were the conditions like for the workers?
What did female garment workers do in 1909 to improve working conditions?
What happened at the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire? Why was it such as important event in NYC history?
Chapter 20 of textbook. http://www.americanyawp.com/text/20-the-progressive-era/. The first part discusses the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire so feel free to skip that if you want.
What role did journalists and writers play in the fight for reform? What were the basic plots of the novels The Jungle and Looking Backward?
What role did religious leaders play? Were there limits to their visions in terms of race and gender?
What role did women play in the progressive era? What were some of different demands and goals? Who was Jane Addams? Did some white women activists use racism to argue for why women should be given the vote?
What were the concerns about trusts during this period? What role did Presidents Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, and William Taft play?
How does environmentalism fit into this story? What were some of the major issues environmentalists tried to address including problems facing the urban poor?
How did progressivism play out in the South? Did the courts play a role in helping southern Democrats create a system of segregation?
What were the basic ideas of Booker T. Washington and WEB Du Bois?

In this week’s module, you learned about the events that fractured the political

In this week’s module, you learned about the events that fractured the political connections between England and its North American colonies, ultimately resulting in the independence of the United States of America. Simply put, England’s North American colonies increasingly felt wronged by English legislation following the French and Indian War. The primary source Franklin, Testimony Against the Stamp Act  Download Franklin, Testimony Against the Stamp Act from 1765 provides some insight into the colonial mindset. In the primary source, Benjamin Franklin, a colonial resident of Pennsylvania, responds to questions asked to him by the English Parliament.
In this discussion assignment, you are required to do the following in your initial reply (reply to the bolded questions):
The Parliament asks Franklin the following question: “What was the temper of America towards  [England] before the year 1763?”
What is Franklin’s response to the Parliament’s question?
What does Franklin’s answer reveal about the relationship that the colonists believe they have with England?
The Parliament later asks Franklin about the colonial opinion of the Stamp Act, specifically, and direct taxation, in general.
What does Franklin say is the colonial opinion of the Stamp Act?
What does Franklin say is the colonial opinion of direct taxation by the Parliament?
What do Franklin’s responses reveal about the relationship that the colonists believe they have with England?
Your initial response is due by 11 PM
By 11 PM on Saturday you are required to respond to two classmates. In your peer response, you will either agree or disagree with your classmates’ answers to the question “What do Franklin’s responses reveal about the relationship that the colonists believe they have with England?” Please explain why you agree/disagree.
You may want to refer to the English Rights webpage to help support the point(s) you make.
This assignment will be worth 10 points (5 points for your initial response; 5 points for your response to at least two classmates; Please see the grading rubric for guidance on what is expected for full credit. Click the “snowman” icon (3 vertical dots in the upper left corner of the screen), then select “Show Rubric.” Mobile users: Click Grades, then click into the Discussion. The rubric can then be found on the Grades tab.).
Remember, please follow the proper guidelines for online interaction when posting (see the following link for online interactions: Netiquette Graphic or Netiquette Text).Links to an external site.Links to an external site.
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No plagiarism (Students who plagiarize information or fail to document sources p

No plagiarism (Students who plagiarize information or fail to document sources properly will be penalized
as many as 30 points).
Use the assigned topic sentences
Proofread the response for spelling and typographical errors
Do not use first or second person pronouns: I, we, you. your, our, us
Do not use contractions
Double space
12 pt. Arial or Calibri font
Left justified
Title centered at the top
Your name on upper left corner of paper
Submit a hard copy in class
Turn your response into Turn-it-in-Direct on Blackboard. Note that there is a separate assignment for the
draft and the final submission.
Place the number of words, left justified, following the last line of text (do not exceed 500 words)

So Long to Taney In the wake of the 2017 Charlottesville, VA protests, Maryland

So Long to Taney
In the wake of the 2017 Charlottesville, VA protests, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan reversed his earlier position on the statue of former Supreme Court Chief Justice Roger Taney and ordered its removal from Annapolis. Taney, the same justice who provided the majority opinion for the notorious Dred Scott decision sat in seemingly undisturbed thought outside of the Maryland State House for over a 100 years. And while the statue’s overnight removal did draw some crowds, it was relatively uneventful.
Review the above hyperlink and either of the following news articles that focused on the statue’s removal:
https://www.baltimoresun.com/politics/bs-md-taney-statue-removed-20170818-story.html
https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/md-politics/md-senate-president-slams-hogan-for-fast-vote-to-remove-taney-statue/2017/08/17/41833b12-8390-11e7-ab27-1a21a8e006ab_story.html?hpid=hp_hp-top-table-low_taney1250am%3Ahomepage%2Fstory&utm_term=.1b8499aee4fc&itid=lk_inline_manual_4
What is your reaction to the removal of Taney’s statue? Given what you have learned this week concerning the Dred Scott decision and Taney’s role during the increasingly tumultuous 1850s, do you agree with this decision? Taney was one of the first Supreme Court justices to oppose unchecked corporate power in the U.S., does the removal of his statue overlook this fact? Do you think the removal of Taney was just an attempt to stop another Charlottesville from happening, or that it represents a genuine attempt for the U.S. today to confront its past?
In case you would like a refresher on the 2017 Charlottesville protests, I suggest reviewing the following sites:

Scenes From the Deadly Unrest in Virginia


https://time.com/4898118/state-of-emergency-declared-as-violent-clashes-in-charlottesville-continue/
https://www.npr.org/sections/codeswitch/2017/08/14/543403461/making-sense-of-charlottesville-a-readers-guide

Write a reflection on a historic film The Mission (1986) Last of the Mohicans (e

Write a reflection on a historic film
The Mission (1986)
Last of the Mohicans (either the 1971 BBC series or the Daniel Day-Lewis 1992 film)
Amazing Grace (2007)
John Adams (2008) (this series has over 7 parts, you can watch two for this class)
The Patriot (2000)
Amistad (1997)
Glory (1989)
Cold Mountain (2003)
Gettysburg (1993)
Lincoln (2012)
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1967)
AMC Series Hell on Wheels (2011) – 1st season, 1st episode
Provide a description of the film and your reflection.