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Andrew Jackson continues to be a hotly contested character in American history.

Andrew Jackson continues to be a hotly contested character in American history. Some see his use of the veto and actions towards South Carolina as evidence of true executive power, American manliness, and get things done despite Congress. Others see his use of the veto and removal of Cherokee Indians as evidence of him as a bully and power-hungry. How do you think Americans should remember Andrew Jackson? What should be taught about him in public schools? How do we reconcile the memory of a person who seems to do such good and such horrible things all in the same presidency?
The guidelines for this assignment are:
response must be two well-developed paragraphs of a minimum of five sentences each.
Your complete word count on this assignment must be at least 250 words.
You must ONLY use the GMC library, online learning resources, or the course textbook.
You must cite all direct quotes and paraphrased material with proper APA in-text citations in the paragraphs.
At the bottom of your submission (right below the paragraphs), you must include an APA-style bibliography of all the sources you used.
Your submission should be free of grammar, content, and style errors.

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This week respond to the following questions in 3-5 complete sentences each. Be

This week respond to the following questions in 3-5 complete sentences each. Be sure to write in your own words. Do not simply copy and paste from the textbook. Be sure to follow the sentence requirement.
1. Describe 3 characteristics of ancient Africa. How do these characteristics differ from the stereotypes that exist about Africa?
2. What is the Bantu Dispersion and how did it impact the continent?
3. How did slavery in Africa differ from slavery in Europe and in the Americas?
4. Describe 3 characteristics of the Ghana Empire.
5. Who was Mansa Musa and how did he contribute to Africa and to world history?
Please read the instructions and use the link below to read chapter 1 (below either copy and paste link or click on link)
This week respond to the following questions in 3-5 complete sentences each. Be sure to write in your own words. Do not simply copy and paste from the textbook. Be sure to follow the sentence requirement.
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Please continue what I’ve already begun. Make sure to have a lot of analysis of

Please continue what I’ve already begun. Make sure to have a lot of analysis of the idea I’ve given you.

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Attached documents describe the assignment in detail. Please let me know if you

Attached documents describe the assignment in detail. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you

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Andrew Jackson continues to be a hotly contested character in American history.

Andrew Jackson continues to be a hotly contested character in American history. Some see his use of the veto and actions towards South Carolina as evidence of true executive power, American manliness, and get things done despite Congress. Others see his use of the veto and removal of Cherokee Indians as evidence of him as a bully and power-hungry. How do you think Americans should remember Andrew Jackson? What should be taught about him in public schools? How do we reconcile the memory of a person who seems to do such good and such horrible things all in the same presidency?
The guidelines for this assignment are:
response must be two well-developed paragraphs of a minimum of five sentences each.
Your complete word count on this assignment must be at least 250 words.
You must ONLY use the GMC library, online learning resources, or the course textbook.
You must cite all direct quotes and paraphrased material with proper APA in-text citations in the paragraphs.
At the bottom of your submission (right below the paragraphs), you must include an APA-style bibliography of all the sources you used.
Your submission should be free of grammar, content, and style errors.

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Use instructions included to make an initial response and choose one of the peer

Use instructions included to make an initial response and choose one of the peer responses to reply to.
All sources are included

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This week respond to the following questions in 3-5 complete sentences each. Be

This week respond to the following questions in 3-5 complete sentences each. Be sure to write in your own words. Do not simply copy and paste from the textbook. Be sure to follow the sentence requirement.
1. Describe 3 characteristics of ancient Africa. How do these characteristics differ from the stereotypes that exist about Africa?
2. What is the Bantu Dispersion and how did it impact the continent?
3. How did slavery in Africa differ from slavery in Europe and in the Americas?
4. Describe 3 characteristics of the Ghana Empire.
5. Who was Mansa Musa and how did he contribute to Africa and to world history?
Please read the instructions and use the link below to read chapter 1 (below either copy and paste link or click on link)
This week respond to the following questions in 3-5 complete sentences each. Be sure to write in your own words. Do not simply copy and paste from the textbook. Be sure to follow the sentence requirement.
https://prod.reader-ui.prod.mheducation.com/epub/sn_ae87b4/data-uuid-19a9469775c34cdda0be56416a5e00e7#data-uuid-a7e2bdf491414308863a2248c1acb364

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– Closely read all the sections of course text chapters 4, 5, and 6 which cover

– Closely read all the sections of course text chapters 4, 5, and 6 which cover U.S. involvement in Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as the Roosevelt Corollary.
– answer the following items:
– Explain the character(s) in the cartoon.
-Describe the symbols and actions the artist employs in the cartoon.
-Utilize your textbook and secondary source to describe the historical context for your chosen cartoon.
-Explain the historical events being referenced in the cartoon.
-Analyze how the United States expanded its power and reach during these events.
-Analyze the impact of American Imperialism both on the United States and those who fell under its jurisdiction.
– Must utilize academic
-Must include an introduction and conclusion paragraph. Your introduction paragraph needs to end with a clear thesis statement that indicates the purpose of your paper.
– Must use at least one quote from your course textbook as well as your scholarly secondary source.

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– Closely read all the sections of course text chapters 4, 5, and 6 which cover

– Closely read all the sections of course text chapters 4, 5, and 6 which cover U.S. involvement in Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as the Roosevelt Corollary.
– answer the following items:
– Explain the character(s) in the cartoon.
-Describe the symbols and actions the artist employs in the cartoon.
-Utilize your textbook and secondary source to describe the historical context for your chosen cartoon.
-Explain the historical events being referenced in the cartoon.
-Analyze how the United States expanded its power and reach during these events.
-Analyze the impact of American Imperialism both on the United States and those who fell under its jurisdiction.
– Must utilize academic
-Must include an introduction and conclusion paragraph. Your introduction paragraph needs to end with a clear thesis statement that indicates the purpose of your paper.
– Must use at least one quote from your course textbook as well as your scholarly secondary source.

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Discuss, define, and explain how Black Americans, women, and Mexicans (immigrant

Discuss, define, and explain how Black Americans, women, and Mexicans (immigrants/American born) were stripped of their rights under the 13th, 14th and 15th amendments and how each group fought back and defended their constitutional rights.
This was also a paper I turned in and have ordered from you guys before with the same instructions and same teacher do not plagiarize please.
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