All must respond to this comprehensive essay question. This course approached American History, pre-1492 to 1877, suggesting that the seemingly powerless often deeply influence the course of history. Wisconsin Senator Carl Schurz said in 1872, “My country, right or wrong; if right, to be kept right; and if wrong, to be set right.” Analyze between 3 and 5 examples from throughout the course to illustrate how the seemingly powerless often dictate how societies function. How might this inclusion in the history of the United States accomplish what Schurz suggested?
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