14) The Collapse of Progressivism

14) The Collapse of Progressivism - T he Collapse of...

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The Collapse of Progressivism Wilson at Versailles 14 Points Treaty of Versailles o German Guilt: completely at fault; peace with victory o Reparations: 33 billion dollars to France and Britain o Germany de-militarized: no standing army larger than 100,000 men, no navy or air force o League of Nations: solve international problems; Article 10 (protect one another) Gave up free trade, arms control, colonial reform (protect small countries, let people vote) European countries get the right to vote; self-government League of Nations: reorders international affairs and how we deal with foreign countries; committees (standardized trade) are highly successful 1919: America in Chaos Great Migration and Northern Segregation (Race Relations) o Civil Rights Movement; African Americans moving north; rejecting Jim Crow South o Northern: did they believe in equality as much as they said; are they going to treat Blacks fairly-no employment, housing Revitalization of the Cooperative Vision (Labor) Republican Rebellion (Politics) Domestic Chaos: Great Migration and Northern Segregation During war, whites and blacks worked side by side in industrial system
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After war forced to work in the worst jobs, especially when soldiers returned Enter more of the service economy (barber) Housing segregation Redlining: practice of denying or charging more for certain services such as
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