History 1302: Unit 3 Essay

Students must answer one of the three essay questions using six IDs from the provided list and two Unit 1 Documents. The essay must include a strong introduction with a thesis sentence, one body paragraph per ID, topic and transition sentences, and a formal conclusion. The essay is worth 200 points or 20% of your grade, please review the grading rubric for more information and follow the format instructs listed below.

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Red Summer 1919

The First Red Scare

Wall Street Bombing 1920

J. Edgar Hoover

The League of Nations

Radio & Film

Consumer Culture

Buying on Margin/Credit

Equal Rights Amendment

The Flapper

Harlem Renaissance

Prohibition/Alcohol Wars


Tulsa Race Massacre 1921

Rosewood Massacre 1923

Mexican Immigration

Immigration Act of 1924

Fundamentalist Revolt

The Lost Generation

Scopes Trial 1925

Yakima Valley Riot 1927

Election of 1928

LULAC 1929

Stock Market Crash 1929

  1. The 1920s was a decade that brought drastic changes to the United States. What were some of the major problems the U.S. faced during this decade?

Unit 3 Documents:

  1. WodenTeachout_Flag of Race The Ku Klux Klan- Book Chapter
  2. The Mexican Repatriation- Primary Sources


Stock Market Crash

Dust Bowl

Smoot-Hawley Tariff

Franklin D. Roosevelt

The New Deal

Election of 1932

“Brain Trust”

Relief, Recovery, Reform

Bank Holiday of 1933

FDR’s “Fireside Chats”The Glass-Steagall Act









Social Security ActThe Mexican Repatriation

Election of 1936

“Court Packing Plan” 1937

World War II

  1. What problems did the U.S. face during the Great Depression and how did the U.S. government attempt to solve these issues and how successful were their efforts?

Unit 3 Documents:

  1. The Mexican Repatriation- Primary Sources
  2. Norman Cousins_ Will Women Lose their Jobs, 1939- Primary Source



The Rape of Nanking

Occupation of the Rhineland

Good Neighbor Policy

Cash-and-Carry 1939

Nonaggression Pact 1939

Invasion of Poland 1939


Election of 1940

Operation Barbarossa 1941

Lend-Lease Act of 1941

Attack on Pearl Harbor

Japanese (American) Internment

Office of War Information

The Four Freedoms

The Bracero Program

Zoot Suit Riots

Double V

Battle of Midway


Manhattan Project

Holocaust & Final Solution

Atomic Bomb Hiroshima/Nagasaki

United Nations

Nuremberg Trials: Genocide

G.I. Bill

  1. What factors led to World War II, what steps did the United States take to ensure an ally victory, and how did this war affect the home front?

Unit 3Documents:

  1. Daniel Immerwahr_Looking Beyond the Logo Map-Book Chapter
  2. Michael C.C. Adams_Mythmaking and the War- Book Chapter





Paper Format Example






Essay Question:

Word Count:


Paper Title: Write your Title


General Format Info:

-Type your essay on a Word document and submit it as an attachment

Do not copy/paste your essay on the message box

-Underline your 6 IDs

-Use in-text citations for your documents

-Times New Roman, 12-point font, double-spaced, justified evenly across margins

-Failure to follow these instructions will result in the loss of 3 points per infraction

-This penalty is in addition to the rubric

-Email the instructor if you have questions about these guidelines or format



Essay Grading Rubric (200 points)

Criteria Points
Thesis and Content (90 points)

____The essay includes a clear and concise thesis (15 points)

____The essay includes enough information to support the thesis (10 points)

____The essay includes 6 IDs (one paragraph per ID) and enough information for each (30 points)

____The essay includes 2 Unit Documents (35 points)

Style, Grammar, Spelling, & Mechanics (30 points)

____Essay is clear and concise [grammar and punctuation] (10 points)

____Essay includes topic & transition sentences (20 points)

Organization (20 points)

____Essay is organized (them./chron) (10 points)

____Essay includes a strong introduction and conclusion (10 points)

Course Theme & Critical Thinking (60 points)

____Critical thinking is exhibited (30 points)

____Comprehension of the material is evident (30 points)



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