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Write a substantial (600 words minimum) response to the given prompt, answering all questions in essay form. **This primary post is worth 12 pts.** In that response, include at least ONE quote from each of your sources: the lecture, film, and/or document assigned (with parenthetical citation) AND create one study question of your own based on the content of the sources that you would like students reading your post to respond to. Also you must write a minimum of 2 replies to initial posts written by 2 different classmates and answer the question that they posed (100 word minimum each)
Answer the following study questions in a 600-word-minimum essay, quoting the documentary film and your three primary sources from above at least once each in the essay to help support your conclusions. Make sure you provide parenthetical citations of your sources after all quoted materials. Do not answer in bullet points or in a numbered list. I want this composed as an essay. At the end of your essay you must post a study question of your own for your fellow students to consider and answer in their response posts.
1. Give FULL identification of the documentary film and the primary documents : When were they written and/or produced? by whom? where? why? who were the intended audiences? (Review the powerpoint on Vetting your Sources)
2. What were the various reasons portrayed in the film as to why Americans favored America's entrance into the Imperial Age? Who opposed America's foray into Imperialism and why?
3. What role did world events, i.e., actions and/or inactions of the Empires of Europe, have on America's entrance into war with Spain? How was America's involvement in Cuba both similar and different than our involvement in the Philippines?
4. What have you learned about the Spanish American War and the Philippine "Insurgency" that you did not know before? How might American history have been different had the events of the Philippine American War been recognized and studied rather than hidden, denied and revised? Explain your answer.
Crucible of Empire- the Spanish-American War is a socio-political, history and war documentary narrated by the award winning actor Edward James Olmos and it was published by PBS in the year 1999.
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