History 7B Lecture - History 7B Lecture 1 1 The rise...

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History 7B Lecture 1: 01/22/2019 1. The rise, decline 2. Reinventing government a. Why was government radically reinvented at certain points in the past-- and who of what reinvented it? b. How have Americans’ expectations of what government is and should or shouldn't do changed over time 3. The common thread: change a. What is it that drives in economic b. How is that change being driven, how do we understand change c. Why does one political system seem acceptable in one area than another d. Who or what makes american history I would like to learn about the Great Recession, because it has affected the nation's economy drastically. Since I was only an adolescent when it occurred, I would like to explore in depth the cause and effect it had on California. Lecture 2: 01/24/2019 Reinventing Government: Emancipation, Southern Reconstruction, and Multiracial Democracy 1. What was the federal government's role to be after it won over the south 2. How would rebuilding the south go about, who was going to finance it. Questions about the south state governments? The confederates were official rebels to the northerners 3. Large scale plantation was foundation economy in the south, what should the new economy become without slavery? Should it concentrate on building certain commodities 1. A world lost, a World Gained: The South in 1865 a. Emancipation b. The south’s collapsed economy, you abolished slavery you admonished wealth in the south c. The Confederate “greyback” was essentially worthless d. Mourning the dead, south had smaller population so toll of casualties was much greater in south e. Confederate amputees f. The land of destroyed in huge sections of the south, crops g. Cities were bombed , roads completely destroyed h. Both sides forced people to give the other sides people resources 2. The South’s Alternative Futures a. Planter Rule: The Black Codes-Slavery by Another Name i. Large scale planation ex slave holders ii. Planters lose their labor force and their way of life, how are they going to get back to the high competitive
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iii. Elite planters wanted to retain their labor force and wealth, their economic, cultural and political power iv. Black codes built on slave codes and built on the new reality that chattel slavery was prohibited v. The black codes did extend some rights to, like right to marry or make contract. Which they are forced to sign that makes them work for us again. They applied to all black people despite them being freed or emancipated, these codes were terrible for all black people. Racialized codes in the south for the first time vi. It became a crime not to carry paperwork at all times. white people empowered by these laws, that white person could arrest you. Owning and carrying guns or hunting was illegal because it basically allowed formerly enslaved people to gain resources to eat making them independent of white work vii. The codes are undermining the independent on economic viii. Offensive behavior was like blocking the way of a white person or not
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