1. World War I and Trans-National America

Primary Source 
Article: Randolph Bourne, “Trans-National America,” from The Atlantic Monthly » Read (requires 4×4 login)

Secondary Source 
A) Article: John Higham, “American Immigration Policy in Historical Perspective,” Law and Contemporary Problems » Read
B) Article: Mae Ngai, “Nationalism, Immigration Control, and the Ethnoracial Remapping of America in the 1920s,” OAH Magazine of History » Read

2. World War I and American Governance

Primary Source 
Legislation: The Espionage Act, » Read

Secondary Source 
Book Chapter: David M. Kennedy, “Prologue: Spring, 1917″ Over Here: The First World War and American Society » Read

3. American Indians and World War I

Primary Source 
A) Article: “Indian is a Model Doughboy: Choctaw Hero Chosen to Pose for French Artist’s Soldier Painting,” The Washington Post » Read
B) Interview: “Interview with Joe Howard,” Indian Pioneer Papers. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma » Read

Secondary Source 
Article: Russel Lawrence Barsh, “American Indians in the Great War,” Ethnohistory  » Read

4. World War I Propaganda

Primary Source 
Speech: Committee on Public Information » Read (requires 4×4 login)

Secondary Source 
Article: M. Guy Bishop, “‘Strong Voices and 100 Percent Patriotism’: The Four-Minute Men of Los Angeles County, 1917-1918,” Southern California Quarterly » Read