points) 1. To complete this Graded Assignment, retrieve the Religious Views on War DBQ. Use this document with its essay instructions and the DBQ Checklist to complete this DBQ essay. Please consult the rubric throughout the process. Using the documents, compare the views of major world religions on war. What additional kind of document(s) would you need to compare the views of major world religions on war? Essay: While some religions, like Christianity and Islam, may have defended war
Sangah Kwak AP World Mr. Costigan 31 October 2012 AP World History DBQ Thesis Han’s attitude toward labor and manufacturing was more lenient and acceptable than the Romans who had a more negative and uncertain view, therefore causing a general attitude of labor and technology to be positive. The Han government official of the Han Dynasty in the 2nd century B.C.E says that technology is an advantage towards the government, the people, and empire which results in the invention of the aqueducts
In the 1790’s, two political parties began to emerge. They were the Federalists and the Democratic Republicans. The Federalists were led by Alexander Hamilton and the Democratic Republicans (Jeffersonians) were led by Thomas Jefferson. There were several key differences that created the distinction between these two parties. First, the Federalists loosely followed the Constitution while the Jeffersonians strictly followed it. In addition to these contrasting views on the Constitution, there was a
accompanying Documents 1-12. (Some of the documents have been edited for the purpose of this exercise.) Write your answer on the lined pages of the pink essay booklet. This question is designed to test your ability to work with historical documents. You may refer to historical facts and developments not mentioned in the documents. Construct a coherent essay that integrates the analysis of documents into a treatment of the topic. 1. Identify the major features that distinguished Flemings from Walloons
Gabriella Yao APUSH DBQ After many years of compromise to solve political disputes, by 1860 compromise was no longer an option. As one issue with slavery was put to rest, another would arise. As more issues and disagreements with slavery appeared compromises could no longer be made. The issue with slavery began to divide the nation because you were either on one side or the other. Each side held completely opposite views on slavery. Both sides were so passionate on their beliefs that it was virtually
Jordan McLain DBQ During the 19th and 20th centuries, England and Japan experienced an industrial revolution that had an enormous impact on their societies especially women and young girls. The industrial revolution was a result of many new inventions, technological advancements, and factory production. The industrial revolution allowed agricultural workers to become factory workers including the female population. For instance, the female population of England and Japan mostly worked in the textile
The challenging of traditional ways of thinking has been the main mode of change in society since history’s beginning. The time period of 1850-1950 was no different and was, in fact, a time plentiful in intellectual and scientific discoveries. The theories of Charles Darwin and Sigmund Freud were among the most important of the era, as they debased religion with their scientific views, changed outlooks on morality, and looked at human behavior from a new perspective. During this time period,
Although the economic effects of silver flow from the mid 16th century to the early 18th century seem to perceived similarly in the separate countries, the social effects are more biased based on the source’s point of view. Documents 4 and 5 show that silver was the preferred means of pay even though the sources were from different points-of-views (British and Ming respectfully), however; documents2 and 7 show that the Spanish and the Chinese have different views on their hometown effects.
As Europeans spread across the known world beginning in the early modern period, they were met with mixed results. Many scoffed at their wonton greed for gold and land while others profited due to interaction. Still others disliked these new people, especially due to their attempts to force their culture upon native subjects, and some regarded Europeans as comparatively weak and harmless. Documents 1,2, and 6 view European exploration in their regions with disdain, while documents 4, 5, and 8 regard
Brian Moorehead Mr. MacFadden APUSH 20 April 12 APUSH DBQ In the late 60’s and 70’s there was lots of international and domestic challenges the US and Nixon had to face. Some of the challenges were the Vietnam War, the Watergate scandal, and the Bombing of Cambodia. The Vietnam War was a big challenge for Nixon having to withdraw troops and making peace with Ho Chi Minh. The Watergate scandal was another major challenge Nixon dealt with. Also the Bombing of Cambodia was another challenge.