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Unraveling Anti-Federalist Ideology Through A Conceptual Framework Of Natural Rights, Jacob D. Solt Dec 2011

Unraveling Anti-Federalist Ideology Through A Conceptual Framework Of Natural Rights, Jacob D. Solt

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

This master thesis begins with a detailed telling of the history of the Anti-Federalist movement. At the time, the United States was undergoing a huge change. The entire government was in the process of being replaced with a fundamentally different one. Dismantling all pre-existing state and local governments, and forming one unitary government. Some people were understandably fearful of this and Anti-Federalism was born.

The Anti-Federalist group was extremely diverse, with internal disagreements on nearly every concept. The author argues that the one thing that all Anti-Federalists mutually agreed upon was the existence of inalienable natural rights including the natural ...


Time Lines Fall 2011, Teri Rombaut Oct 2011

Time Lines Fall 2011, Teri Rombaut

History Newsletters

The Fall 2011 edition of Time Lines is filled with news of changes, to both the History department and college-wide. It also contains expanded opportunities to study abroad, news of faculty and student scholarship, and an expanded alumni section.

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Rock ' N' Roll In The 1950s: Rockin' For Civil Rights, Eric Vaillancourt Jan 2011

Rock ' N' Roll In The 1950s: Rockin' For Civil Rights, Eric Vaillancourt

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

This thesis has three parts, a historiography and original research into the impact of rock and roll on civil rights in history, original research, and ending with publishable teaching materials on Rock 'n' Roll and the Civil Rights Movement that will take seven class periods to complete. Five of these class periods are set aside for the students to complete a pod cast for the summative assessment portion of the unit. The lessons are planned for seventy-two minute block classes but can easily be adapted to any class period length .


Collective Action Of The American State, Collective Action Of The American Masses, Brett R. Wilcox Jan 2011

Collective Action Of The American State, Collective Action Of The American Masses, Brett R. Wilcox

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

This thesis contains three parts:

  1. Whose Side Are You On? : Mob Violence and Collective Action through the Eyes of Revolutionary America
  2. Collective Action of the American State, Collective Action of the American Masses in the 21st Century
  3. Applications of New Knowledge: Student-Centered Resources Focusing on Collective Action in America History