SS211 Unit 2 Assignment: Appendix – Interview Notes

SS211 Unit 2 Assignment: Appendix – Interview Notes

19 May 0

Interview Notes Interview 1: Long Nguyen, 35 years old. What words or phrases come to mind when you think of the term Cold War? Did you ever study the Cold War in school? If so, what are some aspects of the Cold War that you remember? Who were the parties involved in the Cold War? […]

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SS211 Unit 6 Assignment : Protest Songs from 1960 and 2000

SS211 Unit 6 Assignment : Protest Songs from 1960 and 2000

19 May 0

Protest Songs from 1960 and 2000 Unit 6 Assignment Kaplan University Protest Songs from 1960 and 2000 The purpose of this paper is to do a textual analysis of a protest song from the 1960’ss and a recent one from this day and age. So many songs have been written and sung over the years […]

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The Cold War Through Americans Eyes

The Cold War Through Americans Eyes

19 May 0

The Cold War Through Americans Eyes The Cold War was a race for power between the United States and the Soviet Union. The two countries had different ideologies: communism versus capitalism. It was a war without military campaigns but billions of dollars were spent and millions of lives were lost either direct or indirectly because […]

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SS211 Unit 4 Assignment: CIVIL RIGHT MOVEMENT

SS211 Unit 4 Assignment: CIVIL RIGHT MOVEMENT

19 May 0

THE CIVIL RIGHT MOVEMENT: KEY EVENTS The 1950 and 1960 were the time of the Civil Right Movement. The Voting Rights Act; Edward Brook, the first African American elected senator; Thurgood Marshall confirmed to be the first U.S. Supreme Court African American; Shirley Chisholm became the first African American elected to Congress, those are a […]

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PROTEST MUSIC: A [IMPORTANT] PIECE OF UNITED STATES HISTORY

PROTEST MUSIC: A [IMPORTANT] PIECE OF UNITED STATES HISTORY

19 May 0

Music, in lamest term, is nothing more than different vocal or instruments notes perfectly go together creating beauty that can only be seen with minds and ears. It is something abstract but, yet, powerful when expressing at the right time, right place, and right audience. Protest music is music that rallies people to fight for […]

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PRESIDENT LYNDON B. JOHNSON’S FORGOTTEN WORKS

PRESIDENT LYNDON B. JOHNSON’S FORGOTTEN WORKS

19 May 0

The Great Society was first mentioned by President Lyndon B. Johnson himself in a speech of Ohio University. He later revealed the detail of the program at the University of Michigan. In his vision, the Great Society would be the answer to current problems that the nation was facing: poverty, education, medical care, and racial […]

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