1. World War I and Trans-National America

Primary Source
Bourne, Randolph. “Trans-National America.” Atlantic Monthly. 118 (July 1916): 86–97. » Read (requires 4×4 login)
Secondary Source 
A) Higham, John. “American Immigration Policy in Historical Perspective.” Law and Contemporary Problems 21, no. 2 (April 1, 1956): 213–35. » Read

B) Ngai, Mae M. “Nationalism, Immigration Control, and the Ethnoracial Remapping of America in the 1920S.” OAH Magazine of History 21, no. 3 (July 1, 2007): 11–15. » Read

2. World War I and American Governance

Primary Source 
“U.S. Espionage Act, 15 June 1917.” Primary Documents. firstworldwar.com » Read
Secondary Source 
Kennedy, David M. “Prologue: Spring, 1917.” In Over Here: The First World War and American Society. New York: Oxford University Press, 2004. » Read

3. American Indians and World War I

Primary Source 
A) “Indian Is Model Doughboy: Choctaw Hero Chosen to Pose for French Artist’s Soldier Painting.” The Washington Post (1877-1922). December 18, 1919. » Read
B) “Interview with Joe Howard, July 22, 1937.” Indian Pioneer Papers. Western History Collections. University of Oklahoma Libraries. » Read
Secondary Source 
Barsh, Russel Lawrence. “American Indians in the Great War.” Ethnohistory 38, no. 3 (July 1, 1991): 276–303. » Read

4. World War I Propaganda

Primary Source
Cornebise, Alfred E. “[Committee on Public Information. Four-Minute Men Speeches – Samples].” In War As Advertised: The Four Minute Men and America’s Crusade, 1917-1918. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1984. » Read (requires 4×4 login)
Secondary Source 
Bishop, M. Guy. “‘Strong Voices and 100 Per Cent Patriotism’: The Four-Minute Men of Los Angeles County, 1917-1918.” Southern California Quarterly 77, no. 3 (October 1, 1995): 199–214. » Read