Why did that message become even more relevant during the 1770s?

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Guidelines for Unit 2 Exam:
There are 2 parts to the Unit 2 Exam. Both parts must be completed and both parts must be submitted together in a single document. Guidelines for each part are located in the links below.
Research and Citations:
The Unit Exams are not timed so you may use the textbook, videos, assigned documents, or other outside sources. In the case of the textbook and the assigned documents, only direct quotes need to be cited, requiring only the author’s last name in parentheses. Outside sources (books, websites, etc.) may also be used, but in this case, all information must be cited and listed in a works cited (or bibliography) at the end of the essay. For your citations, please use Chicago, MLA, or APA. You will submit your paper through plagiarism-checking software, so be sure to cite any and all direct quotes. For help with citations, see the “History / Writing Help” section of the course menu.
Guidelines for Part 1 of the Unit 2 Exam:
For Part 1 of the Unit 2 Exam, read the three documents attached above (two different accounts of the 1770 Boston Massacre and the Declaration of Independence) and examine the two images located below and attached above. Using the documents, the images, and the textbook, write an essay answering the questions listed below. Grades will be based on the content of the answer and must be more than 400 words in length. Direct quotes do not count toward the required word count.
Part 1 Questions:
1. In Document 1 and Document 2, what are the primary differences in how each author described this event? Why do you think each author chose to describe the event in that way?
2. What elements of Image 1 reinforce the account from Document 1? How do you think this imagery affected Bostonians and other American colonists? Why?
3. What message did Benjamin Franklin hope to convey with the phrase, “Join, or Die” and Image 2? Why did that message become even more relevant during the 1770s?
4. Why do you think Image 1 and Image 2 became important pieces of propaganda for American Patriots? In want ways do you see the messages conveyed by these images reflected in the Declaration of Independence (Document 3)?
Image 1:
Engraved by Paul Revere shortly after the even in 1770 and titled, “A Bloody Massacre.” (Check the attach file)
Image 2:
Originally published by Benjamin Franklin in the Pennsylvania Gazette in 1754, but began to appear regularly across the colonies after 1763 and throughout the Revolution. (Check the attach file)
Guidelines for Part 2 of the Unit 2 Exam:
For Part 2 of the Unit 2 Exam, choose ONLY 1 essay question from the list below. Grades will be based on the content of the answer and must be more than 300 words in length. Direct quotes do not count toward the required word count.
Part 1 Essay Questions:
1 – How and why did the Navigation Acts and other mercantilist policies shape the role of each colonial economy within the British imperial economy? What were the positives and negatives of these policies for the colonists?
2 – How did the continuous conflicts between Great Britain and France affect the American colonies, and how did the Treaty of Paris (1763) change the distribution of power in North America?
3 – Describe the British Imperial reorganization that took place after 1763? Why did British leaders feel it was necessary, and what did they hope to gain from it? Why did many colonial leaders feel it was unjust? What did colonial leaders mean by “No taxation without representation”?
4 – What major challenges did Americans face during the War for Independence? Include military, political, economic, and social challenges in your answer. How did Americans overcome those challenges and defeat Great Britain?
5 – What were the major problems facing American leaders during the 1780s? What were the main weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation? How did those weaknesses prevent the new government from dealing with the new nation’s major problems?
6 – What were the primary differences between the governments created by the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution of 1787? How and why was the new government more effective in dealing with the major problems facing the nation?
7 – In his three reports to Congress, how did Alexander Hamilton propose dealing with the nation’s financial difficulties? How successful was each report?
8 – What were the Washington Administration’s major foreign policy successes and failures, and why were those successes or failures?
9 – Explain how and why the French Revolution affected the United States during the 1790s? How did Americans feel about the French Revolution? How did the administrations of both George Washington and John Adams respond to events related to the French Revolution?