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Explain the Cold War through the use of chronological “benchmarks” from 1945-196
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Explain the Cold War through the use of chronological “benchmarks” from 1945-1962
In an essay format trace the first two decades of the Cold War using the following paired benchmarks in their correct chronological order: the atomic bombing of Hiroshima/Potsdam Conference, Berlin Wall/Cuban Missile Crisis, Korean War/NSC-68 and the Truman Doctrine/Marshall Plan.
In this assessment essay, you will be given a group of paired benchmarks about the Cold War and asked to place them in proper chronological order and then use them to write an essay about the Cold War between 1945 and 1962. The term “paired benchmarks” simply means two events that occurred close together in time.
* Important * Must use 8th Edition of this textbook only:
Paul S Boyer et al, The Enduring Vision: A History of the American People, Volume II: Since 1865. 8th edition.
eTextbook option ISBN: 9781305172159, 1305172159). The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9781285193403, 1285193407.
If unable to obtain the 8th edition please use my passcode at vitalsource.com and access the e-text version I have purchased. This is necessary as my professor grades off this book.
Refer to Chapters 26-29 in textbook.
– Must be in MLA format with intext citations to show supporting evidence from the textbook.
– In general, essays should be 1,000 words in length. This is a guideline, not a hard rule. Essays significantly less than 1,000 words do not usually go into enough detail, and essays significantly longer than 1,000 words often go into too much detail or fail to make coherant points concisely.
– Remember you will use primary and secondary sources from the textbook as evidence to support your essays. USING OTHER SOURCES IS PROHIBITED.
Essay writing guidelines to follow:
Thesis: The essay has a clear introduction and a thesis that accurately conveys the main points and arguments contained in the body of the essay.
Evidence: The essay contains numerous examples of appropriate, specific, historical evidence. Direct quotes drawn from the text are indicated as such using quotation marks, and are cited appropriately.
Structure: The essay follows a logical sequence that makes arguments and their supporting evidence clear to the reader.
Scope: The essay answers all parts of the question completely.
Prose: The prose is clear, grammatically correct, and contains few or no typographical errors.
Perspective: The essay considers the historical issues from the multiple perspectives of relevant groups within American society.