History 103 - Final exam - study guide

History 103 - Final exam - study guide - History 103 Final...

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History 103 – Final Exam, Study Guide – Spring 2007 Part I : Identification: Four of the following terms will be on the exam. Please use full sentences to identify and explain the details and the historical significance of THREE of the following terms. Each I.D. is worth a maximum of 5 points. Examine social economical and ideological reasoning’s. Treaty of Ghent Free Soil Party- 1848 Larger significant- Martin van Burin former vice president. They wanted to stop the spreading of slavery but not the abolishment of slavery. The importance was it caused the public to take the issue of slavery and bring it into the world of politics. Free soilers really wanted the freedom for white male wage owners. Monroe Doctrine Transcendentalists- 1820-1860’s Hayday 1830’s Major players- Emerson, Barns, They were developed to be anti industrialists because of the divide in class gender and race lines. More focus on materialism. We are losing our freedom more because we have to clock in to work every day
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