Posted: September 20th, 2022


This assignment asks you to demonstrate the course competency of Global
Perspective by constructing an evidence-based argument that integrates
multiple perspectives on an issue in Modern US History. The ability to
understand different perspectives is not only a critical skill for historians, it
is a skill that is essential to functioning as a well-informed citizen in society
today. This assignment asks you to create a dialog between two historical
figures for the purpose of better understanding diverse historical

Learning Outcomes
The purpose of this assignment is to help you practice the following skills
that are essential to your success in this course / in school / in this field / in
professional life beyond school:

• Devise a hypothetical dialog between two historical figures on an
important issue or even in modern U.S. history

• Reconstruct each figure’s perspective on the issue and distill their key
arguments in your own words

• Use primary sources together with prior knowledge to engage in
critical thinking about the figures and the topic.

Assignment Tasks
First, read and take notes on the following two newsletters, paying attention
to similarities and differences on the issue of women’s suffrage.

• “The Remonstrance against Woman Suffrage.” Remonstrance
(1920): [1]. Nineteenth Century Collections Online (accessed May 14,
u=miam11506&sid=bookmark-NCCO&xid=759775d7 (Links to an
external site.)
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• “The Suffragist.” The Suffragist VII, no. 37 (1919). Nineteenth Century
Collections Online (accessed May 14, 2022).
u=miam11506&sid=bookmark-NCCO&xid=637f2438 (Links to an
external site.)
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Then, write a letter exchange or spoken dialog between two women in
1920 on opposite sides of the women’s suffrage issue. Creatively explain
who the women are and how they are related. Perhaps they are a mother
and daughter, two friends, pen pals, or sisters. Regardless of their
relationship, they are on opposite sides of this issue. Write a dialog in
which each woman attempts to persuade the other to change their mind on
the issue of suffrage. Write either at least 4 short letters (1 paragraph each)
or 300-400 words of dialog.

Note: This assignment includes documents with complex images or text
that are not accessible when utilizing assistive technology. Should you
require accommodation, please reach out to your instructor via Canvas
message at least one week in advance so that we can work out alternate

Your submission will be assess based on how well you accurately
represent the position of each character, the creativity of the writing, and
the thoroughness of the dialog.

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