Essay Help Needed. Needed ASAP PROMPT: Imagine you are an American diplomat in 1

Essay Help Needed. Needed ASAP
PROMPT: Imagine you are an American diplomat in 1970.  You are part of a team sent to a strategic Third World country in hopes of making an alliance.  Soviet diplomats have been there before you and have suggested to the leaders of this Third World country that the United States should not be trusted as a partner because of how Americans treat their own minority populations. You have been asked to provide a formal, written rebuttal to the Soviet claims. 
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Imagine you are an American diplomat in 1970.  You are part of a team sent to a strategic Third World country in hopes of making an alliance.  Soviet diplomats have been there before you and have suggested to the leaders of this Third World country that the United States should not be trusted as a partner because of how Americans treat their own minority populations. You have been asked to provide a formal, written rebuttal to the Soviet claims. 
Imagine you are an American diplomat in 1970.  You are part of a team sent to a strategic Third World country in hopes of making an alliance.  Soviet diplomats have been there before you and have suggested to the leaders of this Third World country that the United States should not be trusted as a partner because of how Americans treat their own minority populations. You have been asked to provide a formal, written rebuttal to the Soviet claims. 
After giving the matter some thought, you have decided to base your rebuttal on key changes in both foreign and domestic policy over the past 50 years to convince this Third World country to join with the Americans as allies in the Cold War. You realize that you cannot simply “sugarcoat” things and be believable, therefore you plan to provide a thoughtful response that does admit inequities in American society in addition to discussing ongoing changes and positive policies.
After giving the matter some thought, you have decided to base your rebuttal on key changes in both foreign and domestic policy over the past 50 years to convince this Third World country to join with the Americans as allies in the Cold War. You realize that you cannot simply “sugarcoat” things and be believable, therefore you plan to provide a thoughtful response that does admit inequities in American society in addition to discussing ongoing changes and positive policies.
After giving the matter some thought, you have decided to base your rebuttal on key changes in both foreign and domestic policy over the past 50 years to convince this Third World country to join with the Americans as allies in the Cold War.
 You realize that you cannot simply “sugarcoat” things and be believable, therefore you plan to provide a thoughtful response that does admit inequities in American society in addition to discussing ongoing changes and positive policies.

Note: This is a real-life situation, there was a fight for the hearts and minds of the world.  The Cold War is an ideological (and sometimes hot) battle over two socio-economic/political systems and 1970 is in the heart of the Cold War.  Who will be the victor was not yet clear.  Most of the Third World nations courted by the United States were not European, therefore how the US treated minorities would be a cause for concern.  But these nations would also have very real geopolitical considerations beyond American domestic policy to consider.  The Soviet propaganda was meant as a wedge.  Also remember that no nation or society is perfect, that is not what you are arguing here.  In your persona as a diplomat from 1970, you are giving an honest assessment of the US, warts and all, in hopes of gaining an ally.

Before writing, I want you to know I’m a Junior in college, so the paper can’t l

Before writing, I want you to know I’m a Junior in college, so the paper can’t look too professional in terms of writing because my professor will notice the difference between other writings. Use simple vocabulary that will be understandable. Also, there are attached readings that you have to use as evident to support the thesis or argument. Please make sure to follow as instructions are provided.
essay prompt: 5-7 pages doubles spaced
How were late first-millennium empires different than early first-millennium empires? How do you think economic, social, and religious/intellectual changes of the first millennium contribute to this change?

I need immediate assistance in a long essay format question answering the follow

I need immediate assistance in a long essay format question answering the following question:

Describe the major war aims of the Allied Powers in World War II.

I have already completed the other three questions!!!

4 to 5 paragraphs, 3 to 5 sentences using the follow citation source:

A., Henretta, J., Edwards, Rebecca, Self, O.. America: A Concise History, Volume Two: Since 1865, 5th Edition. Bedford/St. Martin’s, 01/2012. VitalBook file.

Nothing special, just passing and not plagarized and written somewhat coherently!!!!!!!!

Need it in a hour, my Tutor I have worked with all day is past due and not responding!!!!!!!!!!

Instructions from professor:

The long essay is a traditional essay that typically five paragraphs long. The first paragraph should introduce the topic and state the student’s position / answer to the question. It should contain between three-five (3-5) complete sentences, including the thesis statement for the essay. The second, third, and fourth paragraphs are the body paragraphs. Each body paragraph should contain between three-five (3-5) sentences, including the topic sentence (first sentence of the body paragraph, states a main point that supports the thesis) and at least two-three (2-3) specific examples per main point. The fifth and final paragraph should begin with a restatement of the thesis. It should be three-five (3-5) complete sentences, and include a brief summary/conclusion of the student’s answer to the essay question. It is essential, particularly in the survey courses, for students to provide citations and footnotes for their work in exams. Rely on course resources as much as possible. Supplemental scholarly resources should be consulted only if necessary.

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In the years following the September 11 attacks, 33 terrorist incidents have occ

In the years following the September 11 attacks, 33 terrorist incidents have occurred on U.S. soil. The U.K. has experienced 190, and Israel has reported numbers in the thousands (National Counterterrorism Center, 2014).
Resource: National Counterterrorism Center. (2014). Counterterrorism 2014 Calendar. 
Resource:
Counterterrorism 2014 Calendar
Review the incidents from this list of significant terrorist activities here and abroad. You can research these for a fuller understanding of how terrorism has affected the United States in the last decade.
Review
2002: Failed attempt to shoot down an Israeli jetliner in Kenya 2002: Attack of French tanker off coast of Yemen 2002: Shooting at Los Angeles International Airport by Hesham Mohamen Ali Heayat results in the deaths of two people 2002: Bombing of nightclub in Bali, Indonesia 2003: Car bombing of JW Marriot hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia 2004: Commuter train bombings in Madrid, Spain 2004: Attack of Western oil companies and housing compounds in Al Khobar, Saudia Arabia, results in death of 22 people 2004: Armed assailants breached U.S. consulate in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, resulting in 5 deaths 2005: Bombings of London underground trains and bus 2005: American citizen Michael Reynolds in Pocatello, Idaho, offers to assist al-Qaida in acts of terrorism by planning attacks and describing bomb making techniques 2007: IED explosions at restaurant in Cotabato, Philippines, results in three people critically injured 2009: Shooting at Fort Hood, Texas, by Sunni extremist results in 56 wounded or killed 2002-present: Thousands of car bombings, suicide bombings, and attacks on civilians in Iraq
2002: Failed attempt to shoot down an Israeli jetliner in Kenya
2002: Attack of French tanker off coast of Yemen
2002: Shooting at Los Angeles International Airport by Hesham Mohamen Ali Heayat results in the deaths of two people
2002: Bombing of nightclub in Bali, Indonesia
2003: Car bombing of JW Marriot hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia
2004: Commuter train bombings in Madrid, Spain
2004: Attack of Western oil companies and housing compounds in Al Khobar, Saudia Arabia, results in death of 22 people
2004: Armed assailants breached U.S. consulate in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, resulting in 5 deaths
2005: Bombings of London underground trains and bus
2005: American citizen Michael Reynolds in Pocatello, Idaho, offers to assist al-Qaida in acts of terrorism by planning attacks and describing bomb making techniques
2007: IED explosions at restaurant in Cotabato, Philippines, results in three people critically injured
2009: Shooting at Fort Hood, Texas, by Sunni extremist results in 56 wounded or killed
2002-present: Thousands of car bombings, suicide bombings, and attacks on civilians in Iraq
Write a 750-to 1,050-word paper in which you consider some of the following questions. Use specific events, including at least two from the list above, to support your ideas.
Why is there heavier terrorism activity in certain areas of the world? What do the sites of terrorist activities have in common? Could laws, procedures, or organizations, either national or international, have prevented these attacks? Who should determine what sorts of laws and organizations are most effective? Defend your position. Does the United States have a moral obligation, a practical reason, or both, for becoming involved in stopping terrorist activities in other countries? Defend your position. How has the idea of terrorism affected the lives of individual Americans since 9/11? How have American priorities changed since 9/11?
Why is there heavier terrorism activity in certain areas of the world?
What do the sites of terrorist activities have in common?
Could laws, procedures, or organizations, either national or international, have prevented these attacks?
Who should determine what sorts of laws and organizations are most effective? Defend your position.
Does the United States have a moral obligation, a practical reason, or both, for becoming involved in stopping terrorist activities in other countries? Defend your position.
How has the idea of terrorism affected the lives of individual Americans since 9/11?
How have American priorities changed since 9/11?
Support your responses with factual references.
Format your paper according to APA guidelines.

The South seceded and formed an independent nation over its belief that the Fede

The South seceded and formed an independent nation over its belief that the Federal Government (under Northern Republican control) would interfere with Southern states rights which to the South meant the interference of the institution of slavery. Once the South created and independent nation how did this extreme attachment to the concept of states’ fight interfere with the war effort of the Confederacy? Why and how does this issue of states’ rights continue to be a major issue in US politics especially in the wake of the South’s defeat in 1865?

Here is teacher comments: You have some good points here, and some points that

Here is teacher comments:
You have some good points here, and some points that require clarification.
     It is very true that WWI was a catalyst for liberal thought.  People just could not fathom a war that destructive happening again, and they longed for a path to peace in the world.  This is evidenced by President Woodrow Wilson’s famous “Fourteen Points” (see http://avalon.law.yale.edu/20th_century/wilson14.asp), as well as the formation of the League of Nations, which you mentioned.  While the League was ultimately not successful, it was a forerunner to the United Nations.  Both organizations operate under collective security (as opposed to an alliance like NATO, which is collective defense).      I’m not sure I’d call collective security an “imbalance of power.”  Can you explain more what you mean by that?
http://avalon.law.yale.edu/20th_century/wilson14.asp
   Can you explain the connection to Protestantism in your first paragraph?  You lost me there.
    It is also very true that the conditions imposed on Germany after WWI led directly to WWII.  Instability and insecurity go hand in hand.  We still see this today in areas with weak governments and lack of economic opportunity.  President Bush in his National Security Strategy was the first to recognize weak and failing / failed states as a greater threat to our security than “rogue” states like Iran. 
     You make some good points about democracy vs propping up repressive governments.  The US has certainly gotten itself into some trouble over the years propping up dictatorships around the world, as long as they were anti-Communist during the Cold War and anti-terrorist after 9/11.  This type of policy is not directly linked to either Republican or Democratic administrations, as both have done it.  Upholding democracy definitely falls under liberalism and specifically the Democratic Peace Theory.  This theory hold that democracies (at least mature, stable ones) don’t go to war against one another, so the more democracies we have in the world, the more peace there will be.  That is definitely a liberal approach to insecurity.
    In your last paragraph, I don’t understand what you mean when you say that liberals have more power than realists and that liberals preserve the realist guideline for power.  Can you explain what you mean there?

1.) What compromise or agreement surfaced that eventually led to the creation

1.) What compromise or agreement surfaced that eventually led to the creation of the Continental Army in 1775, which at the time, was strongly opposed by many of the colonies? Please include in your answers examples of historical events, and other interesting points shown or discussed from class that paved the way for the Army to be formed? Make sure to focus or emphasize just how much many felt that an Army was needed and those who opposed, which highlighted the differences and divisions among the 13 colonies.

2.) What compromise took place to begin the process of discussing and later to vote on a declaration from England during the 2nd Continental Congress of 1776? Please include in your answer the example that was portrayed in the movie 1776 and why it was important. Please zero in on the overall historical significance and importance on why and how come the situation was being pushed or enforced this way when deciding such an issue.

3.) What compromise was reached that eventually led to the signing of the Declaration of Independence as portrayed from the movie 1776? Please provide the one example that was still divisive and was very controversial. Once again, please stay on target and emphasis on why and how much stress this one compromise would impact America and more importantly the symbolic gesture or vibrations it would cause.

4.) What was the compromise called that eventually led to the creation of the new government in 1787 during the Constitutional Convention? Why was a Constitution needed and more importantly what tone or precedent would it create once such compromise was reached and confirmed as it relates to America then and now. Please include in your answers all of the issues, topics, and eventual resolution that formed the new government in America.

Discussion 1: Asian Trade and Immigration 1- Identify and explain a significant

Discussion 1: Asian Trade and Immigration
1- Identify and explain a significant contribution made by Chinese immigrants or Indian immigrants to American society and/or to the workforce during this time period.
2- Consider that while Chinese and Indian immigrants were arriving in the U.S., the British were arriving in China and India. Compare the concept of a 19th century global economy between Asia and the West to the 21st century global economy involving Asia and the West today.
3- Compare Asian immigration to the U.S. in the 19th century to immigration today

Discussion 2: Manet
Manet was regarded as a flâneur (a man-about-town, a ladies’ man, a player). His paintings, The Absinthe Drinker/The Philosopher (1859) and The Luncheon on the Grass (1863) were rejected by the Salon at the Louvre. Identify and explain one reason why the Salon may have rejected these paintings, and whether you think his reputation may have influenced the decision.
1- Explain whether you think Manet’s Olympia was meant to shock the viewers of his time and why. Explain whether the painting would have a similar impact on viewers today.
2- While Manet’s art was considered part of the avant-garde, opera was the entertainment for the more conventional bourgeoisie. Describe how Verdi or Wagner introduced ways of making opera more innovative and even controversial. Speculate on how audiences may have reacted.

Time for personal evaluation. How would you assess Romeas a civilization? Did it

Time for personal evaluation. How would you assess Romeas a civilization? Did it serve the needs of its people? Would you saythat, generally, it was a good place to live, or was it so full ofnegatives that is earns your condemnation. And, with what criteriashould we assess a civilization in the first place?

These critical thinking exercises are short essays ( 500words ) that you write in response to the questions. It must be yourown work, in your own words and demonstrate that you have given somethought to the question. There may not be a “right answer” as thepurpose is to spark your imagination and make connections

stion 1 Paul’s theological message of the suffering of Jesus as a redemptive s

stion 1

Paul’s theological message of the suffering of Jesus as a redemptive sacrifice for original sin offered salvation for those who believed, prayed and were baptized.
True
False
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Question 2

The Tribunes Tiberius Gracchus and Gaius Gracchus were murdered by the Senators of Rome because they attempted to undo the needed land reforms put in place by the Roman Senate.
True
False
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Question 3

Around the first century B.C.E. the slave population of Italy was negligible, probably only around 10% of the population, but they were treated so well, sometimes as family, that they never attempted to revolt against their owners.
True
False
5 points
Question 4

By the end of the first century, Christian authority was claimed to derive from the bishops’ status as miracle workers who roamed around converting pagans with numerous feats of unexplainable healing, bringing people back to life, and so on.
True
False
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Question 5

Octavian’s power was supported by his huge wealth, the loyalty of the upper class and his control over the armies of Rome.
True
False
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Question 6

Roman emperors, acting in the role of tribunes to the people, brought them, free grain handouts, water-filled aqueducts, and theaters and Colosseum-style entertainments.
True
False
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Question 7

When Caesar crossed the Rubicon, he set in motion a civil war against the Roman forces of Pompey that would end with Caesar taking power in Rome.
True
False
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Question 8

Paul of Tarsus, a Roman citizen, saw Christianity as an entirely new Hellenistic, non-Jewish mystery religion that adapted well to Roman paternalism, and so denied that Christianity was in any sense a fulfillment of Judaism or of the Old Testament.
True
False
5 points
Question 9

Romans considered Christians to be a dangerous and subversive cult because they worshiped a Jewish and therefore unpopular and suspicious foreign god p.125
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False
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Question 10

About the the reign of the Antonines, it has been said that it was,’the period in the history of the world during which the human race was the most poor and miserable.’
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False
5 points
Question 11

Emperor Augustus felt that Rome’s declining birth rate and corruption could be blamed on the bad influence of foreigners, especially the growing popularity of Greek homosexual practices.
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False
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Question 12

The Roman imperial government was supported by a combination of taxes, rents, forced labor, military service, requisitions and outright extortion.
True
False
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Question 13

Official Roman religious cults were challenged in the first century C.E. by mystery cults that promised eternal life and a personal relationship with a god.
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False
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Question 14

After the Roman conquests of the Mediterranean region, Roman wealth became concentrated in the hands of a few, the optimates.
True
False
5 points
Question 15

The reason that Julius Caesar was assassinated was that he had previously killed the brother of Marcus Brutus who had spoken against his becoming pontifex maximus.
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False
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Question 16

As the Christian church grew and became more organized, women, were excluded from positions of authority as the Christian community came increasingly to resemble the Roman patriarchal household.
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False
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Question 17

Romans, by and large, were generally more interested in human behavior and character than they were in the sciences, though they supported the work of the Greek scientists of Alexandria.
True
False
5 points
Question 18

Among the Hasidim of Jewish society in occupied Judea, the Pharisees and Zealots disagreed strongly over whether or not they should fight the Roman occupation.
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False
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Question 19

Christianity began as a small Jewish sect based upon the martyrdom of its leader Joshua ben Joseph at the hands of the local Roman procurator.
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False
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Question 20

Augustus’ long rule ushered in a period of conflict in the empire known as the Bellum Romana in which Rome was constantly at war with some neighbor or another, draining the imperial coffers of gold and raising the price of wheat throughout the empire.
True
False