Project #84608 - Give Me Liberty! An American History. Fourth Edition - Eric Foner (Author, Columbia University)

 

Give Me Liberty! An American History. Fourth Edition - Eric Foner (Author, Columbia University)

 

**Read Chapters 23 and 24 along with the information provided regarding The Southern Manifesto. Once all reading is complete, respond to the following items:

 

•What is the basis of the opposition to the Brown decision as expressed in this document?

 

•According to the manifesto, whose power would the federal government usurp by implementing Brown?

 

•What role did “habits,” “customs,” and “traditions” play in the arguments presented in the document?

 

 

 

**Read Chapters 25 and 26 along with the information provided on Dissenting Opinion on Vietnam by George Ball. Once all reading is complete, respond to the following items:

 

•According to this document, what are the options President Johnson faces?  What decision DID he make?  Was it/were they the right decisions?

 

 

 

**Read Chapters 27 and 28 along with George H.W. Bush's Gulf War Address. Once all reading is complete, respond to the following items:

 

•Although most of this speech focuses on Iraq and Kuwait, what domestic issues does President Bush also address? How are those issues linked to the situation in Iraq?

 

•Which counties does Bush identify specifically as working closely with the United States? Why might he focus on these countries?

 

•Ultimately, according to Bush, why is intervention in Kuwait necessary?

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