http://www.americanyawp.com/text/wp-content/uploads/Locke_American-Yawp_V2.pdfhttp://www.americanyawp.com/text/21-world-war-i/http://tenant.net/Community/Riis/contents.htmlThese links are to thinks you can use to source for this paper.1. First, take a few minutes to review in your mind all that you have learned, considering the sweep of American history from 1877 to the present.2. Next, think about the present moment, that in which you are living, namely the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated social, cultural, political, and economic changes.3. Then develop an essay of at least five paragraphs in which you answer the following question: How has your understanding of U.S. current events (the current COVID-19 moment) been altered or shaped by a deeper knowledge of at least three historical figures, events, and developments surveyed in this course?4. Your paper should include reference to at least three specific examples of historical figures, events, movements, and/or developments. Specific examples might include the problems associated with dense, urban living as illustrated in Jacob Riiss How The Other Half Lives, which you used for Assignment One in Module One (1890).5. In developing your thesis (argument), think about the first part of the question, How? Stronger essays will have a thesis that links the three events or themes selected in a cohesive and coherent manner to the current COVID-19 pandemic.6. Think broadly. The COVID-19 pandemic is clearly a healthcare problem, and, as such, the obvious link is to previous healthcare epidemics or pandemics such as the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918 or the AIDS epidemic of the 1980s. But beyond that COVID-19 has influenced the United States socially, culturally, economically, and it has prompted far reaching debates about who governs and how in times of crisis (the President? The Governor? The local mayor? Legislative bodies?) Further, the social and economic impacts of COVID-19 have differed enormously based on factors such as age, race, class, gender, and region.7. Your essay should be typed, double-spaced, in Times New Roman 12 point or an equivalent font. It should include five paragraphs, and be approximately 500 words in length. As a guideline, an essay of less than 450 words is too short.8. Use specific citations in this assignment, ensuring it is clear the sources you are referencing. I encourage you to use the course textbook, American Yawp, which you would cite as, for example, American Yawp, chapter 26, section 4 (iv), paragraph 3). If using the textbook, you should begin numbering paragraphs from the beginning of the section cited. The textbook does not have page numbers. Therefore, do not cite page numbers.9. Remember to use citations/references not only for direct quotations, but also for places where you have paraphrased (put ideas from another source into your own words). Ensuring you cite accurately and appropriately will help you to avoid plagiarism and academic dishonesty.Refer to the rubric in the attachments.