Lecture Eight

Lecture Eight - Midterm-Friday Feb. 26 in class (50...

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Unformatted text preview: Midterm-Friday Feb. 26 in class (50 minutes)  Five ID questions (identify person, place, event etc. and explain its historical significance)  Covers Lectures 1-8, Chapters 18-24 and tutorial readings You must write in complete sentences  There is no word maximum  You will be given choice  Worth 20% of your final mark Bolshevik/ Communist Revolution in Russia (1917)  Communist International (Comintern)- to promote communist revolutions worldwide  Communist Party USA formed in 1919 Ideological differences leads Americans and Soviets to fear and distrust one another Workers across the nation strike as the economy contracts after the war  Leads to fears that radicals have infiltrated the working class to foment revolution Bombs are mailed to American politicians and business men, including Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer General A....
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Lecture Eight - Midterm-Friday Feb. 26 in class (50...

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