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Describe the various influences that made up the eighteenth-century American political philosophy known as “Republican Ideology”
Exam Part 2—Essay Question, write on one (1) of the following questions. (50% of Exam–100 points)
You will write an essay in your own words answering the question. Once you are done (taking whatever time you need—this section is not timed), you must submit your answer as a MS Word file (Note: answers will be checked by <link is hidden> for academic integrity violations).
Try to include information from lectures, documents, and the text in your answer. Be as specific as possible in your essay, using terms, dates, and other material from the lectures and other class materials. This is the time to show me you know this material. You are free to use the class PowerPoints, your notes, and the class readings (both textbook and primary documents) as sources to write your essay, but you should NOT use outside sources to craft your answer. You do not need to cite anything from the PowerPoints or lectures, but if you quote or paraphrase from the textbook or a primary document, you must cite that with a proper footnote.
Pick ONE (1) of these questions to answer:
Why were the English late in joining the European expansion that began in the sixteenth century? What factors eventually stimulated English expansion and colonization? Be sure to discuss political, economic, demographic, and religious factors that led to the English colonization in North America. Finally, describe what business institution the English used to colonize the New World and why it was important.
Compare and/or contrast seventeenth-century English colonization in the Chesapeake and New England. Be sure your answer touches on the areas of: basic motivations of the settlers (why they came); social makeup of the settlers (who came); and the institutions of settlement and society (explain them-don’t just list them)–in the two regions. In your opinion, which area was more successful in meeting its original goals of settlement? Why?
Describe the various influences that made up the eighteenth-century American political philosophy known as “Republican Ideology.” Discuss in detail the events leading to the final break with England, starting with the Stamp Act and ending with Lexington & Concord. Be sure to briefly explain each event in order, the group which responded to it, and the ideology behind each response.