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Include an introductory paragraph, a body paragraph for each example, and a concluding paragraph
For Options 1 and 2: Historians discuss the theme of American Freedom, American Slavery as one that accurately encapsulates the era that we studied (from the pre-Colonial era through the Civil War). They argue that American Freedom and American Slavery are tied together– being a slave owning country, seeing that all people were not treated as equals, made Americans love their freedom and the idea of equality even more. This then shaped American history as various groups of people worked to ensure or achieve their liberty and equality, with a fear and hatred of slavery being their motivating factors.
Option 1: Provide three examples (either people, revolutions, events, etc., that differ in terms of race, class, gender, geography or time period), that we studied which proves this thesis to be true. Be sure your examples are from United States history, between 1607 and 1877. Make your case by explaining the historical events of those three examples who worked to advance their freedom and equality, and the way they support the idea of American Freedom, American Slavery working together. This is an essay for a history class. You should have a thesis sentence, evidence, and transitional sentences.
Option 2: Provide three examples (either people, revolutions, events, etc., that differ in terms of race, class, gender, geography or time period), that we studied which prove this thesis to be incorrect.
Be sure your examples are from United States history, between 1607 and 1877. Make your case by explaining the historical events of those three examples whose efforts show that the ideas of American Freedom and American Slavery are contradictory and clashed, rather than worked together in the formation of the United States. This is an essay for a history class. You should have a thesis sentence, evidence, and transitional sentences.