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In this last section of the course we have put our attention towards Indian Removal, The Mexican-American War, Civil War Events and Reconstruction, in addition to required readings chapter 7, 8, 9 in Zinn and Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl you have class notes. What I have tried to instill in my lectures are personal reactions of events, what these events meant to people on a personal level and on society in the face of the dogmatic status quo. The question for you to answer—Describe and analyze the forces that the Indians, Mexicans, slaves, free blacks, black and white abolitionist had to confront,? Tie the question into one thesis. I am definitely going to be looking for evidence to support your positions. I don’t want a “just because” approach. You have been exposed to differing interpretation of U.S. history I want to see the intellectual results.