APReview1900to1945

APReview1900to1945 - AP REVIEW The 20th Century...

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1 AP REVIEW – The 20 th Century Imperialism (1890s) 1. Machine Age 2. Production Capacity grew rapidly 3. Needed New Markets 4. Nationalism Grew 5. Expansionism led to Imperialism 6. Alfred Thayer Mahan, The Influence of Sea Power Upon History (1890) 7. Hawaii, Cuba 8. Yellow Journalism 9. Spanish American War 10. Philippine Insurrection 11. Open Door Policy The Progressive Era (1900 – 1918) 1. Populist Movement a. built on achievements b. farmers c. direct election of senators d. opposition to monopolies 2. Urban 3. Northern 4. Middle Class 5. Political Clout 6. Muckrakers a. Ida Tarbell’s History of Standard Oil b. Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle 7. 8. NAACP 9. Margaret Sanger 10. Robert LaFollette, Gov. WI a. direct primary elections b. progressive taxation c. rail regulation d. ballot initiative e. referendum 11. Theodore Roosevelt 12. William Howard Taft 13. Woodrow Wilson 14. Accomplishments a. limit on length work days b. minimum wage c. child labor laws
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2 d. urban housing codes e. World War I 1. Neutrality 2. Blockade of GR by UK
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2010 for the course A D taught by Professor D during the Spring '09 term at Eastern Oregon.

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