How did Nationalism and Romanticism impact art, literature, music, and culture—o

How did Nationalism and Romanticism impact art, literature, music, and culture—or did it not? Include specific examples, artists, and pieces of art/compositions to support your contention. Describe how compositions sound, what images and colors are presented in visual arts, and literary themes and messages that link back to Romanticism and Nationalism
You must include no less than (3) academic sources including but not limited to secondary books, journals, diaries, letters, manuscripts, or websites.

Consequences of the Industrial Revolution ​-What were some of the consequences o

Consequences of the Industrial Revolution
​-What were some of the consequences of the Industrial Revolution, i.e. pollution, disease, loss of cottage industries, etc.  Be sure to back up any personal statements with your text.
You must include no less than (3) academic sources including but not limited to secondary books, journals, diaries, letters, manuscripts, or websites.

Book: A Peace to End All Peace: The Fall of the Ottoman Empire and the Creation

Book:
A Peace to End All Peace: The Fall of the Ottoman Empire and the Creation of the Modern Middle East by David Fromkin
Read the entire book and then write a book report on it:
The entire first page needs to be a summary of the book
This book report needs to help the reader understand what this book is all about. You need to talk about the main ideas and the events happening at the time. Pretend the reader has never read the book and is learning everything they need to know from your book report. Structure this essay however you want, just make sure to give every detail about the reading.
NO BIBLIOGRAPHY IS NEEDED. JUST WRITE THE ESSAY

Book: A Line in the Sand (2012) by James Barr Read the entire book and then writ

Book: A Line in the Sand (2012) by James Barr
Read the entire book and then write a book report on it: The entire first page needs to be a summary of the book This book report needs to help the reader understand what this book is all about. You need to talk about the main ideas and the events happening at the time. Pretend the reader has never read the book and is learning everything they need to know from your book report. Structure this essay however you want, just make sure to give every detail about the reading.
NO BIBLIOGRAPHY IS NEEDED. JUST WRITE THE ESSAY

Write a Primary Source Analysis Paper on the Declaration of Sentiments which can

Write a Primary Source Analysis Paper on the Declaration of Sentiments which can be found on page 75 of the Roesch-Wagner text and here(https://www.nps.gov/wori/learn/historyculture/declaration-of-sentiments.htm).
Please review what is expected for the paper by reviewing What is a Primary Source Analysis Paper and Primary source Analysis Directions # 2.  
You may also use the worksheets provided in the folder Primary Document Analysis Worksheets Folder as guides.
Read the Scholarly Voice piece as well.
2 page minimum, Times New Roman, 12 Font, 1 Inch Margins, Double Spaced. Please remember to cite your resources (You should cite at least 1 or 2). These sources can be from either of the assigned texts for from other researched sources.
When citing, you can use whichever style you are most comfortable with: MLA, APA, CHICAGO. As long as you cite!

“Write an essay (with introduction and conclusion) on the suggested topic. Your

“Write an essay (with introduction and conclusion) on the suggested topic.
Your introduction should include the thesis statement – main idea of the paper (here is more detailed explanation – https://essayshark.com/blog/how-to-write-a-thesis-statement-to-make-it-clear/). Don’t include any new information in the conclusion. It should  restate the thesis statement of the paper.
Support your ideas with relevant arguments and examples (in-text citations). List 2-3 sources in the references. Make sure you stick to a required formatting style. Get benefits of these sources citationmachine.net and easybib.com.
MLA format – https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_in_text_citations_the_basics.html”

I just need a reply to this it doesn’t have to be long maybe 4- 8 sentences. Th

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.

The pursuit of unity is common to all nations, but in history, many nations have

The pursuit of unity is common to all nations, but in history, many nations have unified for once and then fell apart and never be able to unify again. Some examples are the Mongolian Empire, the Roman Empire, Napoleon, The Ottoman Empire, The Tsarist Russia (the later Soviet Union).
The questions that need to be answered: When were these nations established? When did they fall apart? Why they could not be reunified? The reasons of rise and fall. Compare the reasons of rise and fall between each nation, are there any similarities/ patterns/ common traits?
Please note that this is just a paragraph of a research paper, so all you need to do is answer the questions, make analysis and draw a conclusion. You do not need to write a full research paper with literature review, etc.
Please stay in touch and keep me updated on the progress. Thank you.

What was your reaction to the document on Virginian indentured servitude? Would

What was your reaction to the document on Virginian indentured servitude? Would you have been willing to be an indentured servant to have the chance at a new life in the New World?
How would you explain the development of slavery in the New World? How does it relate to indentured servitude? How did the slaves develop their own way of life, and how did it affect the broader colonial society?
Also, do some research and let’s discuss the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. What do you think led to the accusations and ensuing confessions and trials? What do the primary sources tell you about the trails themselves? Did the conclusions of the Puritan leaders surprise you? Were you surprised by Ann Putnam’s confession?
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