This guide is intended to help you begin researching the history of the African American Civil Rights Movement in the United States.This guide is not comprehensive; it does not list all of the resources on this subject or in related disciplines owned by the Library or available on the Internet.
(The worst case scenario is that they say no.) Most importantly: Remember, the analysis of historical events is subjective.
Two scholars may have vastly unique explanations for a series of historical events unfolding the way they did.
These are a tiny handful of the wide array of topics that you can write about for history class.
When in doubt, always solicit opinions from your professor.
Americans were mostly against entering the war up until the bombing of Pearl Harbor, after which support for the war grew, as did armed forces.
Before the war, the US didn't have the large military forces it soon became known for, with the war resulting in 16 million entering the service.
Accordingly, try to write from the perspective that your instructors most likely hold.
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