1. In what ways did the Great Depression change American citizenship? Consider both the meaning and actual content of citizenship (the particular rights and responsibilities presumed to accrue to citizens) and the boundaries of citizenship (who has full access to those rights and responsibilities, who doesn’t, and why). Note that your essay cannot focus solely on the 1930s; you must also discuss citizenship prior to the 1930s (and, perhaps, after the 1930s in some ways) in order to demonstrate the impact of the Great Depression. Use at least seven assigned primary sources and an assigned film (A Job at Ford’s, Mean Things Happening, or Freedom on My Mind) to develop and support your answer.