Explain the major/problems of Chicago residents/laborers living in the late 19th century and understanding what means were available to them to alleviate problems.

Humanities

Haymarket

The ARR paper should be in essay style and the general requirements are below.

  1. Central Quotation: In the first paragraph, quote a sentence or two from the readings for the week (articles/textbook, etc.) that you think best captures the author’s overall point with reference to a page number for where the quotation is found.
  2. Question: Raise a question that you think is not fully or satisfactorily answered by the article or text. The question should be one of interpretation or of inquiry, not simply a question of fact.
  3. Textual Connection: Connect the argument of this work to an argument or point you found in another reading for that week. Present a quote from the other articles/text (citing it properly), and explain how the present text’s argument contrasts with, confirms, clarifies, or elaborates the other article’s argument or point.

Assignment: Avrich, chapters 23 & 25

You should understand the legacy of the Haymarket Tragedy. Describe the differences between perceived events and primary accounts from documents and witnesses. Explain the major/problems of Chicago residents/laborers living in the late 19th century and understanding what means were available to them to alleviate problems.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the legacy of the Haymarket Tragedy.
  2. Describe the differences between perceived events and primary accounts from documents and witnesses.
  3. Explain the major/problems of Chicago residents/laborers living in the late 19th century and understanding what means were available to them to alleviate problems.

https://files.libcom.org/files/haymarket_tragedy_avrich.pdf