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Be sure to FULLY support your argument with historical information in a multi-paragraph e ss ay with a minimum of 350 words (include introduction, body, and conclusion paragraphs.) MLA FORMAT

Follow English grammar standards and rules, using use college-level language.

Use Times New Roman and size 12 font. Double-space your e ss ay.

Choose from ONE of the following topics and complete your e s s a y. Remember to follow the instructions and formatting described.

 1)    What evidence indicates that colonists continued to think of themselves as British subjects throughout this era? What evidence suggests that colonists were beginning to forge a separate, collective “American” identity? How would you explain this shift?

OR

2)    How did the Revolutionary War provide both new opportunities and new challenges for slaves and free blacks in America?

OR

3)    Describe popular attitudes toward African Americans, women, and Indians in the wake of the Revolution. In what ways did the established social and political order depend upon keeping members of these groups in their circumscribed roles? If those roles were to change, how would American society and politics have had to adjust?

OR

4)    In what ways did the events of this era pose challenges to the U.S. Constitution? What constitutional issues were raised, and how were they addressed?

INSTRUCTIONS

DO NOT copy and paste ANY of your e ss ay from ANY print or Internet source.  This is academic plagiarism and will result in an automatic zero for the E x  am.

 Minimum of 2 credible, scholarly sources.

Please make use of your text book. (I attached the whole text book below)

DO Not use .com, .net. or .orgs

Do Not use Wikipedia

Do not use an encyclopedia as one of your major sources. These are compilations, not a scholarly source.

You can use .edu and .gov

I strongly encourage you to use EbscoHost.

Here’s the link:

EbscoHost

You must CITE all sources used within the text of your e s s ay (using in-text citations) and provide a Works Cited Page of those sources