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Source 1 Over 150 years ago, Abraham Lincoln and Stephan A. Douglas held seven debates as they campaigned for a Senate seat in Illinois. The debates focused on the issue of slavery and its expansion into the territories. Douglas helped overturn the prohibition on slavery in the territories of Kansas and Nebraska with the Kansas-Nebraska Act. Referred to as popular sovereignty, citizens in Kansas and Nebraska, not the federal government, could determine whether slavery should be allowed to exist in these territories.
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Read the following passages. Each source is related to the 1858 debates between Stephen A. Douglas and Abraham Lincoln for a seat in the United States Senate. Which of the following describes a difference between Source 1 and Source 2?
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Source 2 "That is the real issue [with the question of slavery]…It is the eternal struggle between these two principles-right and wrong-throughout the world. They are the two principles that have stood face to face from the beginning of time; and will ever continue to struggle. The one is the common right of humanity and the other the divine right of kings. It is the same principle in whatever shape it develops itself. It is the same spirit that says, ‘You work and toil and earn bread, and I'll eat it.’ No matter in what shape it comes, whether from the mouth of a king who seeks to bestride the people of his own nation and live by the fruit of their labor, or from one race of men as an apology for enslaving another race, it is the same tyrannical principle.” —Abraham Lincoln, during the seventh debate with Stephen A. Douglas
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A. Source 1 is an example of bias, while Source 2 is an example of historiography. B. Source 1 is a secondary source, while Source 2 is a primary source. C. Source 1 is a primary source, while Source 2 is a secondary source. D. Source 1 is an example of historiography, while Source 2 is an example of bias.

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@breezymeetee
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hmm This is a Thinker... Hold on Let me reread them again before I decide
selfconfidence777
  • selfconfidence777
ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
C
selfconfidence777
  • selfconfidence777
ithink its A
selfconfidence777
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ohhh ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
Here's The difference between Primary and Secondary Source, A primary source is a document or physical object which was written or created during the time under study. These sources were present during an experience or time period and offer an inside view of a particular event. A secondary source interprets and analyzes primary sources. These sources are one or more steps removed from the event. Secondary sources may have pictures, quotes or graphics of primary sources in them
selfconfidence777
  • selfconfidence777
ohh i see
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If you were to apply chronological thinking to the Revolutionary War, which of the following would you most likely do? A. Argue that the war was more important than another war B. Recreate some of the war's most important battles C. Write an article about the war's long-term impact D. Create a timeline of major events in the war
selfconfidence777
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are you going to be on tommorow morning?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah most likely I will
selfconfidence777
  • selfconfidence777
what answe is this one ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
D makes the most sense
selfconfidence777
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Which of the following is not a necessary part of the historical thinking process? A. Gathering information B. Asking questions C. Publishing articles D. Drawing conclusions
selfconfidence777
  • selfconfidence777
this the last one
selfconfidence777
  • selfconfidence777
B right
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok Here's the Five core components of historical thinking help answer that question. They are: Multiple Accounts & Perspectives Analysis of Primary Documents Sourcing Understanding Historical Context Claim-Evidence Connection
selfconfidence777
  • selfconfidence777
b>?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah B, makes the most sense
selfconfidence777
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it was wrongg lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
Seriously?
selfconfidence777
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ihad a 65% i needed at least a 70%
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Which of the following describes what a historian is doing when she examines the ways different historical cultures studied and recorded history? A. Dividing history into periods B. Thinking chronologically C. Studying historiography D. Determining bias
selfconfidence777
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i say C
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok I am not so sure about this, I am reading about the Historians here to see which makes sense: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Historian
selfconfidence777
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Which of the following techniques developed after the invention of writing to organize information and keep people interested when reading a historical text? A. Historical narrative B. Oral history C. Periodization D. Historiography
anonymous
  • anonymous
C
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Suppose you have read two different books on World War II, and each book has different arguments about how the war started. Which of the following would be most useful in evaluating each argument? A. Determine which author used the most reliable sources B. Determine which author wrote the longest book C. Determine which author used the most persuasive language D. Determine which author used more sources
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which do you think it is?
selfconfidence777
  • selfconfidence777
A
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah, because Reliable sources are needed in order to prove your argument as a fact.
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A. Source 1 is a secondary source, while Source 2 is a primary source. B. Source 1 is an example of historiography, while Source 2 is an example of bias. C. Source 1 is an example of bias, while Source 2 is an example of historiography. D. Source 1 is a primary source, while Source 2 is a secondary source.
selfconfidence777
  • selfconfidence777
do you remember this one
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah I remember this question
selfconfidence777
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?
selfconfidence777
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Read the following passages. Each source is related to the 1858 debates between Stephen A. Douglas and Abraham Lincoln for a seat in the United States Senate. Which of the following describes a difference between Source 1 and Source 2?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I might go with C, which do you think?
selfconfidence777
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the first one was D so idk ill go with tht
anonymous
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Ok do that then... But I'll brb I need to go buy me some lunch i'll be back in 15 mins if you don't mind?
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ok

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