Required ResourcesRead/review the following resources for this activity:Textbook: Chapter 28, 29, 30LessonMinimum of 1 primary sourceMinimum of 4 scholarly sourcesÿ(in addition to the textbook)Optional Resources to ExploreFeel free to review the library guide for scholarly sources and videos at the following link:Link (website):History Library Guideÿ(Links to an external site.)IntroductionThe purposes of each case study assignment include the following:To hone your abilities to research using scholarly sourcesTo advance critical thinking and writing skillsTo compile a response to the prompts providedTo explore a historical topic and make connections to change over timeInstructionsPick one (1) of the following topics. Then, address the corresponding questions/prompts for your selected topic. Use at least one (1) documented example of the corresponding primary source in your writing.Option 1: McCarthyism and Anti-Communist CampaignsThe Cold War brought about an irrational fear of communism and communist activities in the United States. As we are learning this week, one of the most vocal instigators of this paranoia was Senator Joseph McCarthy. McCarthy delivered a speech about the imminent threat of communism on February 9, 1950. Perform a search on the internet and locate and read Joseph McCarthy’s speech given in Wheeling, West Virginia on February 9, 1950. Copy and paste the following keywords into your Google search bar: “Joseph McCarthy, Wheeling, West Virginia.” The speech is also referred to as “Enemies from Within.”Construct the case study by responding to the following prompts:Explain how Senator Joseph McCarthy defined communist nations within the speech. What specific threats did these nations pose?Assess if Senator Joseph McCarthy charges were accurate.Analyze anti-communist sentiments during the Cold War era, were these sentiments valid. If so, how? If not, why not?Explain if there are other examples of events similar to the Red Scare that have occurred throughout history and modern day.Examine what happened to people who invoked the Fifth Amendment, refused to appear or were found in violation of the law as defined by the Congressional Committee.Option 2: The Civil Rights MovementUsing the Internet, locate and read Martin Luther King Jr’s “I Have a Dream” speech given in Washington D.C., August 1963. Copy and paste the following keywords into your Google search bar: “I Have a Dream by Martin Luther King, Jr.” Feel free also to locate and incorporate additional scholarly sources to respond to this case study, including information on the Civil Rights Movement.Construct the case study by responding to the following prompts:Explain if the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s effectively changed the nation.What effect would the Civil Rights Acts have across the continent on minority groups?Do you think that the tactics and strategies that civil rights activists used in the 1960s would apply to today’s racial and ethnic conflicts? Why or why not?Do the ideas of the 1960s still have relevance today? If so how? If not, why not?Analyze how the Civil Rights Movement would impact diversity in America today.Option 3: American Domestic and Foreign Policies (1953-1991)Complete a search either in the Chamberlain Library or internet for domestic and foreign polices of four (4) of the following Presidents. Please incorporate at least one primary source of either a policy or act that you have chosen to write about.EisenhowerKennedyJohnsonNixonFordCarterReaganThen, compare domestic and foreign polices of your four (4) presidents by answering the following prompts:Explain how your selected presidents worked to improve the United States economically and socially. Give at least one example of each president.Assess if the policies of your choice of presidents strengthen or weaken the United States.Explain how you see your choice of presidents served the public interest and further the cause of democracy.Determine if it is constitutional for the United States to fight preemptive wars.Determine if human rights and morality should be the cornerstones of United State foreign policy.Writing Requirements (APA format)Length: 4-5 pages (not including title page and references page)1-inch marginsDouble spaced12-point Times New Roman fontTitle pageReferences pageIn-text citations that correspond with your end referencereferences: .S. history. OpenStax CNX. Retrieved fromhttps://cnx.org/contents/[emailÿprotected]:[emailÿprotected]/IntroductionLinks to an external site.
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