HIS 112 9.15 - HIS 112 9.15.10 Professor Brock Mondays exam...

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HIS 112 9.15.10 Professor Brock
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Monday’s exam Good job guys! Returned next week in your discussion sections
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Monday’s exam This week your sections will proceed as normal Next week sections will: Go over the exams Discuss the week’s topics No DSQ assignment next week
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Monday’s exam Questions? Concerns? Contact me ( [email protected] ) or your Teaching Assistant And remember: that exam was only worth 15% of your overall course grade! Don’t beat yourself up if it didn’t go well, just start getting ready for next time!
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The Progressive Era Many threads to this subject Next week: Domestic Progressivism Discussion Sections: Social Reforms Today: Imperialism and Progressive Diplomacy
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New power: why?
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New Power: What to do with it?
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Quest for Empire A “bloodless coup” in Hawaii
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Hawaiian annexation
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Spanish-American War Cuba looked good to Southerners! Spanish colony under military rule
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