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Default Repeated Questions of U.S. History

JOHN ADAMS
  • President John Adams inherited George Washington’s policy problems but not his aura of leadership. Elaborate. (2000)

THOMAS JEFFERSON
  • Thomas Jefferson described his election to the American Presidency in 1800 as “the Second American Revolution”. Was the claim justified? Support your answer with evidence. (2001)
  • Discuss Jefferson's decision to purchase the Louisiana Territory, and explain the political and economic impact of this decision on the United States. (2004)
  • Thomas Jefferson was termed “a bull in the china closet” by the Federalists when he became the President of the United States of America but his policies and performance negated this impression. Discuss. (2009)

MONROE DOCTRINE
  • Monroe Doctrine was a Charter of America’s Isolation. Still what circumstances compelled U.S.A. to plunge into the World Wars. (2000)
  • What is Monroe Doctrine? On what occasions has it been enforced and with what results? (2005)
  • Note: The Monroe Doctrine (2001), (2007)

ANDREW JACKSON
  • In what way did the philosophy and purpose of Jacksonian democracy differ from those of the Jeffersonian democrats? (2002)
  • What are the Salient features of Andrew Jackson's Presidency and Democracy? (2004)
  • How did Jeffersonian Democratic thinking differ in philosophy and purpose from the Jacksonian democracy? (2007)
  • “President Andrew Jackson was a people’s president.” Discuss. (2006)
  • Note: Andrew Jackson (2008)
  • Jackson has been called the first modern President because he was the first to see the power which a President might exercise – Discuss. (2008)

ABRAHAM LINCOLN
  • Evaluate the Presidency of the Abraham Lincoln. (2001)

WOODROW WILSON
  • Note: Woodrow Wilson (2001)
  • Note: Wilson’s Fourteen Points (2002)
  • Woodrow Wilson had said, "We had a chance to gain the leadership for the world. We have lost it, and soon we shall be witnessing the tragedy of it all". Comment upon America's attitude towards Treaty of Versailles. (2004)
  • Assess the contributions of President Woodrow Wilson to the problem of world peace and security. (2005)
  • President Woodrow Wilson said in 1917 “The world must be made safe for democracy. Its peace must be planted upon tested foundations of political liberty. We have no selfish ends to serve. We desire no conquest, no dominion …” Discuss what your consider to be the main reason for the United Staes entry into World War I. Give reasons for your choice. (2007)

FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
  • Evaluate the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt. (2002)
  • Note: President F D Roosevelt. (2004), (2006)
  • President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933 said “This great nation will endure as it has endured, will revive and prosper”. Explain in light of the FDR presidency and the New Deal. (2007)

THE NEW DEAL
  • The NEW DEAL was to save capitalism but ironically it was denounced by the Capitalist Class. Why? (2003)
  • Note: FDR and The New Deal (2008)

HARRY S. TRUMAN
  • Note: Truman Doctrine (2002),
  • Truman’s statement on fundamentals of American Foreign Policy in 1945. (2008)
  • Note: The Truman Doctrine and the Marshal Plan (2009)

DWIGHT EISENHOWER
  • Note: Eisenhower Doctrine (2000)

JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY
  • J.F. Kennedy was many men. He was a statesman and politician. Analyze his domestic reforms. (2000)

AMERICAN CIVIL WAR
  • The American Civil War brought revolutionary dangers in warfare, but more important, produced significant economic and political reconstruction in the country. Discuss. (2000)
  • American Civil War (1860-65) was a clash of economic interests as well as of Social Ideals. Elaborate. (2003)
  • Was the institution of slavery in the Southern States responsible for the Civil War? Discuss with examples. (2007)
  • Discuss the major factors responsible for the ‘sectional divide’ between the Northern and the Southern states of the United States of America that finally led to the American Civil War. (2009)

AMERICAN REVOLUTION
  • The American Revolution was the child of Enlightenment. Comment. (2003)
  • Some American historians insist that the American Revolution was a social upheaval as well as a political revolt. Discuss the social and economic results of the Revolutionary years. (2005)

US CONSTITUTION
  • The American Constitution is a system of “Checks and Balances”. Discuss. (2001)
  • Describe the salient features of the constitution of USA. (2006)
  • Give the salient features of the Constitution of the USA. (2008)
  • What were the major flaws in the Articles of Confederation (the first constitution of the United States of America) that led to the Philadelphia Convention and the drafting of a new constitution? Discuss the salient features of the present constitution of the United States of America. (2009)

WAR OF INDEPENDENCE
  • “The American War of Independence was a revolt against Mercantilism.” Discuss. (2006)
  • Describe the reasons that lead to the war of Independence. What part did the dislike of mercantilism play in this war ? (2008)

SLAVERY ISSUE
  • Critically examine the significance of the issue of Slavery in American history. (2001)
  • One of the bitterest fruits of westward expansion was the intensification of the slavery controversy. Do you agree with this statement? Support your answer with specific incidents. (2002)
  • Note: Issue of Slavery in America. (2004) (2006)
  • Compare and contrast the views of each of the following towards the institution of slavery in the United States. Charles Summer, Stephen A. Douglas, Abraham Lincoln. (2005)

WAR AGAINST TERROR
  • Discuss, ‘War against Terror’ as an instrument of US foreign policy. (2002)
  • Note: US War on terrorism (2003) (2007)

COLD WAR
  • Note: Cold War (2000) (2006)

FOREIGN POLICY
  • Discuss, ‘War against Terror’ as an instrument of US foreign policy. (2002)
  • Highlight salient aspects of American foreign policy since World War II. (2005)
  • How do you think the foreign Policy of USA concerning Europe and Japan between the two world wars can be held responsible for the World War II? (2006)
  • How has the American foreign policy strategy been altered by America’s war on terror? How has this influenced American relations with Pakistan? (2008)
  • The U.S. foreign policy in the light of 9/11 and the War on Terror (2009)

MARSHAL PLAN
  • ‘The United States would do whatever it is able to do to assist in the return of normal economic health in the world, without which there can be no political stability and no assured peace.’ Discuss in the light of Marshall Plan. (2002)
  • Note: The Truman Doctrine and the Marshal Plan (2009)

WAR OF 1812
  • Note: War with England 1812 (2005)
  • What developments lead to the war of 1812? How did the war increase American prestige? (2008)

BUSH DOCTRINE
  • The Bush Doctrine is the name given to a set of foreign policy guidelines first unveiled by President George Bush in his commencement speech to the graduating class of West Point given on June 1, 2002. Explain with arguments. (2007)
  • Note: The Bush doctrine (2008)

COLONIAL PERIOD

  • Describe in detail the colonial period in the history of United States of America. (2008)
  • Account for America's emergence as an imperialist -colonialist power after 1898. (2004)
  • Explain the characteristics of Colonial assemblies and representative government from 1776 to 1789. (2004)
  • Why England failed to take the initiative in the colonization of the American continent? What factors were responsible for the British interest in establishing their colonies in the areas that are now part of the United States of America? (2009)

FEDERALIST
  • Who were FEDERALISTS? What were their political views and economic vision for the US? (2003)
  • Write comprehensively about the struggle between the Federalists and anti-Federalists from 1787 to 1800 in the USA. (2006)

GREAT DEPRESSION
  • Note: The great depression 1929(2006)
  • Discuss in the details the causes and effects of the Great Depression on the people and society of the United States of America. (2009)

PROGRESSIVE MOVEMENT
  • Discuss the progress of the Progressive Movement in the United States between 1900-1916. (2001)
  • Note: Progressive Movement. (2004)

MISCELLANEOUS

  • Note: Dollar Diplomacy (2000)
  • Note: U - 2 Incident (2000)
  • Note: Waterloo Scandal (2001)
  • Note: Missouri Compromise 1820 (2002)
  • Note: New World Order (2002)
  • Note: POPULSM of the 1890s. (2003)
  • Note: The Jazz Age. (2003)
  • Note: McCarthyism (2003)
  • Note: Watergate Scandal. (2004), (2009)
  • Note: Compromise of 1850 (2005)
  • Note: Jay’s Treaty (2005)
  • Note: NATO (2005)
  • Note: The Declaration of Independence(2007)
  • Note: Navigation Act of 1660(2007)
  • Note: The Scandals and controversies involving President William Jefferson Bill Clinton (2009)
  • Describe Pan-Americanism with special reference to Latin American Republics. (2000)
  • What are the sources of government Revenues and Funds in U.S.A.? Is it true to say that the Americans pay taxes for civilized society? (2000)
  • Evaluate briefly America’s political and military involvement in Iraq since Iran-Iraq War. (2001)
  • Impact of the tragic terrorist attack on September 11, 2001 on World Trade Centre. (2001)
  • Since the Declaration of Independence Westward expansion is a story of annexations cessions and purchases. Elaborate. (2002)
  • Americans are called ‘a Nation of Nations’ very briefly describe the different waves of immigrants that came to the US. Has America been a ‘melting pot’ or a ‘mixing bowl’? (2003)
  • Between 1877 and 1900 the American Society was transformed from being agrarian and rural to being industrial and urban. What factors and forces helped to bring about this change? (2003)
  • After World War-II the dominant focus of the U.S. policy had been anti-Communism on global scale. Discuss. (2004)
  • What do you understand by ‘Manifest Destiny’? What fruits it bore in the shape of expansion of United States? (2005)
  • Discuss briefly the USA relations with Pakistan from the earliest time. (2006)
  • What were the factors that ushered in the democratic era and the rise of the common man with the election of Andrew Jackson to the presidency in 1928? (2007)
  • Write a comprehensive note on the Black Civil Rights Movement in America for equal civil rights and the role played in it by different individuals and organizations. (2009)
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