Contradictions of the 1920s/Analysis of President Truman’s Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb

This is two separate papers, 3 – 3 1/12 pages each. I didn’t want two separate writing styles for the submission.
1 – Option #2: Contradictions of the 1920sThe 1920s was a decade full of contradiction. It was a time of optimism, youth, and prosperity. However, it also saw a growing conservative trend, isolation, and intolerance.
In a research paper, explain two of these contradictions and how they contributed to the development of America in the 1920s and beyond.
For the content of the paper you should:
Discuss and reference concepts taken from the course reading material and relevant research.Include a title page, an introduction with a thesis statement, a body, a conclusion, and a reference page.Requirements:
Submit 3-4 pages (not including title or reference pages), double-space, and format according to the APA guidelines in the CSU Global Writing Center.Include 2-3 credible, academic, or professional references beyond the text or other course materials.Review the grading rubric to see how you will be graded for this assignment.
2 –Option #1: Analysis of President Truman’s Decision to Drop the Atomic BombInvestigate the reasons President Truman decided to drop the atomic bomb on Japan. Consider the culture at that time and the following questions as you write your paper:What were some of the arguments for and against the decision?How have historians differed on their interpretation of the decision?How might the culture of the U.S. have affected the decision to drop the bomb?What eventually influenced Truman’s decision?For the content of the paper you should:Discuss and reference concepts taken from the course reading material and relevant research.Include a title page, an introduction with a thesis statement, a body, a conclusion, and a reference page.Requirements:Submit 3-4 pages (not including title or reference pages), double-space, and format according to the APA guidelines in the CSU Global Writing Center.Include 2-3 credible, academic, or professional references beyond the text or other course materials.Review the grading rubric to see how you will be graded for this assignment.