Progress evaluation 2- matching, article.docx

Progress evaluation 2- matching, article.docx - 03/27/2016...

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03/27/2016 Matching 1. silver standard = Ruby Slippers/ silver slippers 2. gold standard = Yellow brick road 3. industrial worker = Tin man 4. Native Americans = Winged Monkeys 5. difcult physical environment oF the Great Plains = wicked witch of the west 6. prohibitionists or teetotalers = Toto 7. Midwestern Farmer = Scarecrow 8. people enslaved by industrial and banking interests = Munchkins 9. President oF the United States= Wizard 10. imperialist aims oF the Republican administration that reFused to grant independence to the Philippines winkies 12. William Jennings Bryan = Cowardly Lion 13. industrial interests and Eastern bankers = Wicked witch of the east 14. Washington, D.C. = Emerald City 15. everyday Americans = Dorothy 16. leader oF one section oF the country that supported Farmers and was more sympathetic to Populist ideas = Good witch of the South Sources For pictures: Picture 1 : "United States Imperialism." Imperialism in the Philippines . N.p., n.d. Web. <http %3A%2F%2Flysmith.weebly.com%2Fcountry-profile.html>. Picture 2: "Working Conditions For Immigrants - Immigration." Working Conditions for Immigrants - Immigration . N.p., n.d. Web. 31 Mar. 2016. <https://sites.google.com/site/immigration327/working-conditions-For-immigrants>. Picture 3: Wikipedia . Wikimedia ±oundation, n.d. Web. 31 Mar. 2016. <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_WonderFul_Wizard_oF_Oz>. Picture 4: The Editors oF Encyclopædia Britannica. "Samuel Gompers." Encyclopedia Britannica Online . Encyclopedia Britannica, n.d. Web. 31 Mar. 2016. <http://www.britannica.com/biography/Samuel-Gompers>.
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NEW YORK HERALD The Hard Fight For Progress and Attempts at World Control IMPULSES TO EXPAND The end of the 1800’s marked a time for expansion. This has begun yet another era for possession, hungry control, and the ever-so selfish rulings of the U.S. governmental conflicts and the citizens alike. This practice of exploiting other nations, through the threatening prospects of religious ‘healing’, expansion of our markets, and our push for political power, has all but led to the disappointment of overrule, blame, war, and tension across cultures. America’s three-month fight with Spain through 1898 allowed the threats of political power, market expansion, piety, and public opinion push through and create a powerful appreciation of what not to do. Anti-imperialism is a stronghold for the moral rights of humans, the uniqueness of each culture, and the commitment for freedom.
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