HISTORY AND ETHNIC STUDIES

history multi-part question and need the explanation and answer to help me learn.

HISTORY (here are some materials for the quiz)

https://fod-infobase-com.jpllnet.sfsu.edu/p_ViewVi…
And 3 attacked files
Nast anti-Irish cartoons.pptx
Vote Yourself a Farm.pdf
The Rights of Men to Property.pdf
The Market Revolution was characterized by which of the following?
Group of answer choices
BETTER QUALITY, HIGHER-PAYING JOBS FOR EVERYONE – RICH AND POOR
RISING OPPORTUNITY FOR EVERYONE – MEN AND WOMEN, BLACK AND WHITE, NATIVE-BORN AND FOREIGN-BORN
AN UNSTABLE ECONOMY MARKED BY BOOM-BUST CYCLES
SAFER WORKING CONDITIONS AND MORE SANITARY HOUSING FOR THOSE MOVING TO THE CITIES
The Lowell Mills “girls” experienced freedom at work, choosing what they wore, who they socialized with, and when they came and went.
Group of answer choices
TRUE
FALSE
In terms of percentage of population, the mid-19th century was the period of the most significant introduction of immigrants into the United States
Group of answer choices
TRUE
FALSE
Which of the following was NOT true about Irish immigrants to the United States?
Group of answer choices
THEY QUICKLY AND SEAMLESSLY ASSIMILATED INTO AMERICAN SOCIETY
THEY THOUGHT OF THEMSELVES AS POLITICAL EXILES AND THEREFORE UNWILLING EMIGRES
MANY FELT ALIENATED IN THE UNITED STATES AND LONGED TO RETURN TO IRELAND
EARLIER ARRIVALS TO THE UNITED STATES, MOSTLY PROTESTANT, CONSIDERED THE IRISH – LITERALLY – A DIFFERENT RACE
Evans believes that public lands should be given for free to unhoused Americans.
Group of answer choices
TRUE
FALSE
Evans believes that the government should limit how much land a person can own.
Group of answer choices
TRUE
FALSE
Skidmore argued that some people accumulating large amounts of private property meant that:
Group of answer choices
THE RICH WILL LIVE NOT FROM THE FRUITS OF THEIR OWN LABOR BUT BY THE FRUITS OF OTHERS’ LABOR
THERE WILL ALWAYS BE ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN AMERICAN SOCIETY
PEOPLE WILL ALWAYS BE MOTIVATED TO WORK HARDER
SLAVERY WILL CONTINUE TO PERSIST IN THE UNITED STATES
Nast’s political cartoons demonstrate which of the following:
Group of answer choices
WHITE, PROTESTANT AMERICANS CONSIDERED IRISH CATHOLICS A DIFFERENT AND INFERIOR RACE OF PEOPLE
GENDER PLAYED AN IMPORTANT PART IN DIFFERENTIATING IRISH MEN AND WOMEN FROM “AMERICANS” AND IN ARTICULATING THE NEED TO DEFEND “AMERICA” FROM THEIR THREAT
WHITE, PROTESTANT AMERICANS WERE WORRIED THAT “ROMAN” (I.E.: CATHOLIC) LAW WOULD OVERTAKE AND/OR UNDERMINE THE U.S. CONSTITUTION
ALL OF THE ABOVE
In a brief paragraph (2-3 sentences), please identify an image or theme that surprised you or stayed with you in the Nast cartoons. How do we see stereotypes about race, ethnicity, class, religion, or gender present in these images?
ETHNIC STUDIES
For this assignment, you are required to post twice, for 25 points for each. Please read these instructions carefully:
Post #1 (25 points): Citing/referring to at least three readings, podcasts, and/or video clips, discuss what topic(s) strike you the most, and why. Discuss why these issues are important for our society’s current conditions. Discuss how these topics relate to you own personal lives, educational experience/trajectory and possible future careers. Please make sure your posts are about 200-300 words.
Post #2 (25 points): Respond to a classmate–do you agree with them, why or why not, etc…..reflection should be about 50 words. (I will sent you the classmate post)
Requirements: 1
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