why did the new right as many call it capture the imagination of the nation during this period alternatively why did americans become disillusioned with liberal reform how can you explain the tension between conservatives preference for small govern

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Each Major Problems in American History Chapter Questions NEED to have the following:

  • EACH question posed below needs to be answered in a lengthy paragraph of At Least 10-15 college-level quality, analytical sentences with 3 citation/quote from Cobbs example: (Cobbs, 94)
  • Please SUBDIVIDE each answer/paragraph by labeling each chapter’s questions appropriately (a,b,c,d, etc…)
  • In-text citations or Footnotes/Endnotes will suffice


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Cobbs’ Chapter 14 & 15

Read the following from Chapter 14 (Emergence of the New Right) and Answer the questions:

  1. Documents:
    1. Senate Airs Dirtiest Secrets of Cold War, 1975
    2. Republican Activist Phyllis Schlafly Scorns Feminism, 1975
    3. Reverend Jerry Falwell Summons America Back to the Bible, 1980
    4. British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher Applauds American Policy, 1985
    5. Surgeon General C. Everett Koop Argues for Extending American Values to AIDS Victims, 1987
  2. Essays:
    1. HW Brands—“Liberalism: A Passing Phenomenon”
    2. Paul Boyer—“Evangelical Conservatism: A New Phenomenon”
  3. Questions:
    1. Why did the New Right, as many call it, capture the imagination of the nation during this period? Alternatively, why did Americans become disillusioned with liberal reform?
    2. How can you explain the tension between conservatives’ preference for small government and their tolerance for large federal budgets and high deficits under Ronald Reagan?

Read the following from Chapter 15 (End of the Cold War & Rise of Terrorism) and Answer the questions:

  1. Documents:
    1. Mikhail Gorbachev Declares Peace, and Unilateral Arms Reductions at the UN, 1988
    2. President George HW Bush Pronounces the Cold War Over, 1990
    3. Osama Bin Laden Declares Jihad Against America, 1998
    4. ACLU Warns Against the “Patriot Act” 2002
  2. Essays:
    1. Norman Graebner—“Russian-American Cooperation Ended the Cold War”
  3. Questions:
    1. What were the most important factors in ending the Cold War?
    2. How did the United States become a target for religious terrorist?

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