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see attachment Discussion 2 In an initial (substantial) post based on the readings (Chapters 20 and 21) and the live/Teams

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Discussion 2

In an initial (substantial) post based on the readings (Chapters 20 and 21) and the live/Teams lecture  (March 26) assigned in Module 2 (and your own reflections),

 Do you think that it was appropriate for the U.S. to become an “International Police Power” to stop “chronic wrongdoing,” as Theodore Roosevelt wanted?   Should any country be allowed to self-govern, even if it’s unstable?

 Which of the Progressive-era reform movements do you feel were the most successful or far-reaching?  Which would you have been likely to become involved with?

Also: Share at least two things you learned from Dr. O’Sullivan’s live/TEAMS lecture this week (March 26), or respond to a thought question she posed during the lecture.

 Give specific examples from the lecture and from chapters 20 and 21.

                       

  
Be sure you have listened to Tuesday’s live/Teams lecture and read the assigned chapters before making your first weekly discussion post.

Remember to cite ALL of your sources, in footnotes or parenthesis, throughout the post.

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