JONES TAKAKI STUDY QUESTIONS C19f

JONES TAKAKI STUDY QUESTIONS C19f - AAS 33A Spring 2010 In...

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AAS 33A (2/24/10) Spring 2010 In class exercise and reading guide for Jones, Chap. 19 and Takaki, Chaps. 5-6 Answer all of the true and false and multiple choice questions. Jones, Chap. 19 1. Describe progressivism and trace its rise in late nineteenth- and early twentieth century America. 2. Discuss Theodore Roosevelt ’s views on race, class, and gender as well as his policies as president. 3. Describe the union movement of the first decade of the twentieth century. How did events like the Triangle Factory Fire impact unionization? 4 . Compare and contrast the experiences of Asian versus European immigrants in the United States. 5. Detail the challenges and gains experienced by American women in their fight to achieve equal rights during the early 1900s. 6 . Discuss African American efforts to combat racism during the early twentieth century. Takaki, Chap. 5 Terms, concepts, events: Ethnic antagonism and racial exclusionism Issei and Nisei Nihonmachi or "Japantown" Japanese ethnic economy farming: contract, share, lease, and ownership picture brides Kenjinkai tanomoshi (rotating credit association) Kyutaro Abiko and the Yamato Colony 1903 Oxnard Strike Japanese-Mexican Labor Association Samuel Gompers, American Federation of Labor Asiatic Exclusion League 1906 San Francisco School Segregation 1908 Gentlemen's Agreement Progressives and the anti-Japanese movement 1913 Alien Land Act 1920 Alien Land Act 1922 Ozawa decision National Origins Act of 1924 Nisei bicultural identity
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