12 slide power point title, purpose, current situation, recommendation, facts, assumptions, course of action 1, pros and cons for coa1, coa2, pros and cons for coa2, conclusion, questions

12 slide power point title, purpose, current situation, recommendation, facts, assumptions, course of action 1, pros and cons for coa1, coa2, pros and cons for coa2, conclusion, questions

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Provide 2 specific examples of asset demand for money. 

  Discussion 1
Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words: Compare and contrast the transaction demand and asset demand for money.
What is the relationship between interest rate, aggregate income, and price level?
Provide 2 specific examples of transaction demand for money.
Provide 2 specific examples of asset demand for money. 
  
 Respond to Kayla and Sebastian by describing what you would like to learn about their selected topics. Explain what questions you have about the topic and consider what additional information would you need in order to understand the historical context.
 Kayla post
The topic I have chosen for my project is desegregation in the Boston Area. In 1965 there was something called the Racial Imbalance act that outlawed segregation of schools. Even though nearly 50 percent of Boston fell under the category for this act, the Boston Schools committee refused to implement the plans to integrate/desegregate schools. In 1974,  Judge Wendell Arthur Garrity Jr. considered the efforts of keeping school separate to be unconstitutional and forced the busing of students. This caused a lot of outrage. Eventually his busing efforts were handed back to the Boston Schools Committee and therefore led to the schools resegregating again. This topic interests me because I want to dig deeper and find out what ultimately led to the actual desegregation of schools after so many years of trying but failing. The research question I started with is “What specific events lead to the desegregation of schools in the Boston area?” But I plan to narrow it down as it seems a little too broad for a short paper.As far as Quebecois immigration, I would like to know more about what they endured on their journey while migrating, and just how difficult it was for them once they arrived as far as culture shock and the way they were treated.
Sebastian post 
For my topic, I have chosen the Irish Immigrant experience. Many Irish immigrants were poor and uneducated, making them initially ill-equipped for the emerging industrial economy of America. These immigrants experienced religious discrimination and backlash against their presence in major industrial centers like New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. This event is significant to our nation because it changed America. They made huge contributions to our politics, industry, organized labor, religion, literature, music, and art. My research question I will attempt to answer: : In what specific ways did the Irish immigration experience and their contributions, change America and was it a positive impact on our country?If I were researching Québécois immigration, I would like to know the process that they had to go through getting to America and what negatives they encountered. I would also like to know how they settled and what they had to do to be accepted in America, along with the biggest change they had to get adapted too. 

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What is goodness?

1) There is currently an epidemic of anxiety in this country. The Confucius approach would likely be to implement more education and more music into our society to rectify this disharmony. Seeing as anxiety represents the body or mind in a state of alarm- Confucianism would settle to find the source of this uneasiness and set it into harmony. However, a daoist solution might be to stop trying to cure the state of your being and instead allow it to just exist and listen to what these feelings are telling you. Representing this “creative letting-be” would be halting all attempts to mend disrepair and instead allowing the universe to play out as intended. “Repose, tranquility, stillness, inaction- there were the source of all things. Keep this in mind when coming forward to pacify a troubled world, and your merit shall be great and your name illustrious, and the empire united into one” (Perusal Conf.DaoismWWSelection).  By pausing all intensive searches for the answer, the solution will find you be simply returning to the source. Both Confucianism and Daoism play deeply into the idea of looking to the past for the answer- and in this passage of Daoist theory, one can take note of the original “past,” as it were, of complete tranquility and of therefore, achieving a state of calm with acceptance of the natural order of things. 
2) I do not agree that humans are like warped wood. It seems to me that humans are more neutral. We were not given intention upon birth beyond that of surviving and reproducing to further the species. It is vain for mankind to think we were endowed with a certain expectation and intention that differs from any other creature that has touched this earth. What is goodness? Whatever serves our species because we made it up. There is no divine moral final stop that tells us life is definitively sacred. Life is sacred because we say it is, probably because we are alive. “The world is sacred. It can’t be improved (WW Ch. 4).” The Tao states that the real, eternal force is unchanging and that any attempts to shake it’s balance are ones made in vain. Humans are a lot like this; we have a set practice of our real needs and intentions and any attempt to shove them aside or just ignore them are unhelpful because they will simply just reemerge. 
3) I have been most surprised by the influence of religion and religious practice in each society- some of them even involving human sacrifice which indicates such an attachment and connection to their beliefs. I’ve always been fascinated by religion and by people’s ability and willingness to follow a faith that lacks all reason, evidence, or logic. Of course, before such scientific revelations, it follows that early societies may be far more inclined to lean on a narrative providing an explanation for their observable surroundings. However, the extent to which each culture went about appraising its own belief system (often contrasting with the ones before or around it) truly brought me to ponder the draw of religion beyond simple explanation in place of tangible evidence. My conclusion has been that the social prevalence in these cultures is the true ‘religion.’ The warship is really that of the innate social bond tying us together and allowing our species to prevail. Humans are incredibly socially complex and interactive creatures and facing problems together has always been what’s forced us to use our combined strengths to solve issues- therefore, it tracks that we might create issues (for example: and angry god depriving the land of water) that require our combined ritual and social gathering to solve (for example: a sacrifice and ritual in which most of the society is present and partaking). However, religion was limiting in thought- which brings me to the Greeks whose democratic society allowed for a less secular culture which cultivated a larger diversity in ideas and explanations leading to scientific predictions and breakthroughs in philosophy. This transition shows the growth away from a crutch that had gotten us as far as it could in terms of explanation and now we were branching off in more modern and evidence based theories. 
* Explain why you agree with this three points 

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Select any problem in our contemporary society today.

Read this textbook to answer the question. Make sure to use information from the textbook and do use plagiarism.
World Together World Apart chapter 5 
The World’s Wisdom. Ch. 3, Selections 1- 24,   Ch. 4, Selections 1- 17
Select any problem in our contemporary society today.  Contrast a Daoist and Confucian approach to improve the situation.  In your response, be specific in your citation of the course evidence. 
Are humans really like warped wood?  Where do you fall in this debate?   In your response, be specific in your citation of the course evidence. 
Now that we are at the halfway point of this course, what has been most surprising in the MMMW11R content?  Share and explain what and why this is surprising. 

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What is described in the foreword is the importance of the book and in the preface, both why it was successful and why frankl did not go to america when given the chance.

  All students are required to respond to other student posts each week The goal here is to ENGAGE in respectful dialogue – be supportive of each other, even as you are critical of each other’s ideas.     
Gabe:  
Read Viktor Frankl’s Man’s Search For Meaning, Foreword and Preface
1) In a single sentence IN YOUR OWN WORDS (IYOW), describe the main argument of the Foreword and Preface re: the importance of Frankl’s book.
What is described in the foreword is the importance of the book and in the preface, both why it was successful and why Frankl did not go to America when given the chance.
2) Provide THREE specific pieces of evidence provided to support this thesis. Use 2-3 sentences for EACH and feel free to number them.
“There’s a clarity to his analysis of how prisoners felt in this most dehumanizing of experiences that is both surprising in its lack of bitterness and illuminating in its lucidity: The feelings of shock, dismay, and fear that victims felt having been pulled from their homes and brought to unfamiliar and frightening places. The cycle that the mind must have gone through as it adjusted to living within the electrified fences of death. The basic human urge that must have forced a person to do all he or she could simply to stay alive. And then the effect on the devastated psyche for those victims who survived the experience and found themselves liberated into a changed world, who would take decades to come to terms with the things that had taken place,” (Frankl, xi). This work is important because it forces the reader to really dwell on the experences of those who lived through the Holocaust. It also makes us wonder how those victims felt all these years.
“Whereupon I react by reporting that in the first place I do not at all see in the bestseller status of my book an achievement and accomplishment on my part but rather an expression of the misery of our time: if hundreds of thousands of people reach out for a book whose very title promises to deal with the question of a meaning to life, it must be a question that burns under their fingernails,” (Frankl, xv). This work was successful according to him because of the title and the problems it deals with. It is a question or wonder of how many how others deal with such tough problems as surviving the Holocaust.
“It was then that I noticed a piece of marble lying on a table at home. When I asked my father about it, he explained that he had found it on the site where the National Socialists had burned down the largest Viennese synagogue. He had taken the piece home because it was a part of the tablets on which the Ten Commandments were inscribed. One gilded Hebrew letter was engraved on the piece; my father explained that this letter stood for one of the Commandments. Eagerly I asked, “Which one is it?” He answered, “Honor thy father and thy mother that thy days may be long upon the land.” At that moment I decided to stay with my father and my mother upon the land, and to let the American visa lapse,” (Frankl, xviii). He did not leave for America when given the chance to avoid the Holocaust out of respect for his parents. The fourth commandment bears on his conscience and makes it a duty to honor his parents, pushing him to stay. 
I wonder if you would have done the same in his given situation?
Jessica:  
1) In a single sentence IN YOUR OWN WORDS (IYOW), describe the main argument of the Foreword and Preface re: the importance of Frankl’s book.
Life has meaning, and life is worth living to find that meaning, and achieve it. 
2) Provide THREE specific pieces of evidence provided to support this thesis. Use 2-3 sentences for EACH and feel free to number them.
“Life is not primarily a quest for pleasure, as Freud believed, or a quest for power, as Alfred Adler taught, but a quest for meaning. The greatest task for any person is to find meaning in his or her life” (page X). This sentence, written by Harold S. Kushner, is taken out of the foreword, and explains one of the key ideas of the book, and the author’s life. 
“I have known successful businessmen who, upon retirement, lost all zest for life” (page XI). This is an example of someone who’s work gave their lives meaning. Kushner goes on to explain that he has seen people endure terrible hardships, as long as they believed there was a point to the suffering. 
“I had wanted simply to convey to the reader by way of a concrete example that life holds a potential meaning under any conditions, even the most miserable ones” (page XIV). Victor E. Frankl describes how even through the worst moments, there is still a meaning in life. 
Revelations:
There was a certain number of prisoners that had to go with each transport out of the camps. 
Germany’s racial laws identified anyone that had 3 or more Jewish grandparents as Jewish.
LGBTQ+ culture was flourishing in Germany, until the Nazis came to power. 
Question: Do you think life has one large meaning, or is it many small meanings that contribute to life?

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Explain when the crusades started (you can state the exact date or the century) 

 
After learning about the High Middle Ages and the growth and progress of western society (Chapter 8 lecture), answer the following question. Follow the directions carefully in order to receive full credit. 
Chapter 8 Lecture Question:
In this lecture, we discussed the many positive developments that Europeans enjoyed beginning around 1000 CE. However, some historians have suggested that the crusades, far from being positive, were an immoral stain on the history of Western Civilization. Do you think that the crusades were generally positive or negative events in history?
Directions for Answering the Question:
Using information from the lecture, 

Explain what the crusades were

Offer a definition of the crusades (make sure to explain what they were in the Middle Ages)
Explain when the crusades started (you can state the exact date or the century) 

Identify and describe the three developments that contributed to the start of the crusades

Make sure to fully describe these developments. Don’t just list them.

State whether or not you believe the crusades were generally positive or negative events in history.
Use specific information and examples from the lecture to fully explain your position and ideas.

Important Rules for all Lecture Questions:
Only use information from the lecture to answer the question. These questions are intended to check that you watched and understood the lecture. If you use information from an outside source/s, your assignment will receive a zero.
Fully explain your statements and include specific examples from the lecture. 
Explain all information in your own words. Do not quote or copy and paste from the lecture or my powerpoint. Doing so will earn your assignment a zero.
Use good grammar, including complete sentences and correct punctuation. You may use bullet points, but the information you write out beside those bullet points should be complete sentences, not single words or sentence fragments. 

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Is there value in studying a rival’s propaganda against your own country, and how effective is propaganda

The Cold War era was one of intense diplomatic, proxy, and global conflict between the two binary superpowers of the United States and the Soviet Union, each seeking to make wins on each other through any means possible, including things like the space race, arms build up, and regular propaganda. Examine the two Soviet propaganda posters and answer the following questions in complete sentences. Each question should have support for your position. When you are done, comment on the arguments made by two of your colleagues. About 300 worlds
What were the primary Soviet critiques of the United States, and what symbols did these posters use to communicate them?
Is there value in studying a rival’s propaganda against your own country, and how effective is propaganda. Where do we see the same tools and tactics that make propaganda effective in our daily lives?
Propaganda like this shaped the Soviet people’s view of the United States. Imagine you are an American – how would you explain the criticisms leveled in these posters to a Soviet citizen?

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Sumarise on 1&2 Samuel and 1&2 Kings

sumarise on 1&2 Samuel and 1&2 Kings. These will consist of a summary of the books, it’s main ideas or purpose, some major themes and how it fits into the history and theological of both the Old Testament and the New Testament. Each book summary should be about 1 page.

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Discussion on a country (e.g., ghana), region (e.g., kaliningrad, russia), trend (e.g., migration into germany), or cultural matter (e.g., a musical genre 

discussion on a country (e.g., Ghana), region (e.g., Kaliningrad, Russia), trend (e.g., migration into Germany), or cultural matter (e.g., a musical genre 

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