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3.Assignment: A Letter to the Family in the Roaring Twenties
Form: Research paper
Textbook: Alan Brinkley, Unfinished Nation latest edition
Note: Any act of plagiarism will result in a zero for the assignment and disciplinary action.
A second confirmed act of plagiarism will merit removal from the class.
Step 1, gather evidence (statistics, events, and examples) from your textbook and class lectures concerning the 1920s and the changes occurring in rural and urban societies.
Step 2, analyze the evidence. Understanding often requires empathy. This assignment focuses on empathizing with a society undergoing extreme transition.
For most urban areas, the 1920s were a time of economic boom, technological breakthroughs, rapid urbanization, radical new art forms, and lethal crime constant testing of boundaries. Much of that change was championed by those in their teens and twenties. Many left their countryside communities (some voluntarily, some involuntarily) and entered the cities into this unprecedented age of change.
In this assignment, the year is 1928. You will look through the eyes of an adventurous twenty year-old who is leaving their small hometown of Dayton, Tennessee, and heading to an urban area of your choosing. You will explain to your family, in a detailed letter, why you are leaving.
You are to provide details of what you wish to find when you get there, and what you hope to leave behind.
Step 3, communicate your findings honestly to yourself and others. Write a three-page paper (around 1,500 words) showing your conclusions from your analyses, and the copious evidence (statistics, events, and examples) that led you to those conclusions.
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