1.      Identify the issue- (What is the problem?).  Make sure you include a The

1.      Identify the issue- (What is the problem?).  Make sure you include a Thesis (Your argument–because this (first point, second point, and third point).  2.      Background of the issue—(History of the issue–1-2 paragraphs of 4-6 sentences.  Explain in-depth.) 3.      Explain why it is a problem—(Who does this issue impact?) 4.      How… Continue reading 1.      Identify the issue- (What is the problem?).  Make sure you include a The

explored the “Indian Wars” as viewed through Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz’ An Indigenous

explored the “Indian Wars” as viewed through Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz’ An Indigenous Peoples History of the United States. For this week’s discussion board, imagine that you are describing this conflict to another student who is not a member of this class and using Dunbar-Ortiz’s text explain to them the answers to the following questions: What was… Continue reading explored the “Indian Wars” as viewed through Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz’ An Indigenous

explored the “Indian Wars” as viewed through Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz’ An Indigenous

explored the “Indian Wars” as viewed through Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz’ An Indigenous Peoples History of the United States. For this week’s discussion board, imagine that you are describing this conflict to another student who is not a member of this class and using Dunbar-Ortiz’s text explain to them the answers to the following questions: What was… Continue reading explored the “Indian Wars” as viewed through Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz’ An Indigenous

1.      Identify the issue- (What is the problem?).  Make sure you include a The

1.      Identify the issue- (What is the problem?).  Make sure you include a Thesis (Your argument–because this (first point, second point, and third point).  2.      Background of the issue—(History of the issue–1-2 paragraphs of 4-6 sentences.  Explain in-depth.) 3.      Explain why it is a problem—(Who does this issue impact?) 4.      How… Continue reading 1.      Identify the issue- (What is the problem?).  Make sure you include a The

Chapter 2 mainly explains international competitions in terms of the concept “Ba

Chapter 2 mainly explains international competitions in terms of the concept “Balance of Power.” The chapter briefly discusses ancient history, including Chinese empires that engaged in “Balance of Power” with rulers of neighboring lands, yet the chapter’s main thesis begins in the 17th century when modern Western imperial states arose in Europe, following the Thirty… Continue reading Chapter 2 mainly explains international competitions in terms of the concept “Ba