History Question

In chapter sixteen of The Great Influenza, John M. Barry writes: “As the virus moved, two parallel struggles emerged. One encompassed all of the nation. Within each city, within each factory, within each family, into each store, onto each farm, along the length of the track of the railroads, along the rivers and roads, deep into the bowels of mines and high along the ridges of the mountains, the virus would find a way. In the next weeks, the virus would test society as a whole in each element within it. Society would have to gather itself to meet this test, or collapse. The other struggle lay within one tight community of scientists. They—men like Welch, Flexner, Cole, Avery, Louis, Rosenau—had been drafted against their will into a race. They knew it was required. They knew the puzzle they needed to solve. They were not helpless. They had some tools with which to work. They knew the cost if they failed.” Prompt: In what way were the various agendas of the military, federal and local governments, scientists, and public media at odds with one another? In what ways was there cooperation among them during the influenza pandemic? Write a 500-750 word reflection paper addressing these questions, drawing on specific examples from The Great Influenza to support your argument. Do not use sources from outside of class. Format: Times New Roman, 12 pt font, double spaced, 1″ margins. 500-750 words (approximately 2-3 pages – if you go a little over, that is ok). Chicago style footnote citations. YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR PAPER IN PDF FORMAT Note: If you do not know how to use footnotes, do not make up your own system. Your word processor will do the document formatting for you when you click Insert, Footnote. For the proper formatting of the footnotes themselves, consult the online Chicago Manual of Style (Notes and Bibliography) at: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/c…g_and_style_guide/chicago_manual_of_style_17th_edition.html Academic Honesty: Any paper that is taken either as a whole or in part from another source (a classmate’s paper, an essay on the web, a textbook, SparkNotes, etc.), has fabricated citations, or is improperly cited will be given an F/0 with no opportunity to be resubmitted. In addition, we will submit the information to the University’s Honor Council for review. If you have questions on plagiarism, see the University Codes and Policies. Also feel free to email me or ask me in class or during my office hours.

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