Movement later NAACP and did not want to wait for civil rights but to fight for

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Movement (later NAACP) and did not want to wait for civil rights but to fight for them in court NOW. 47. Following and During (and before a little) the US enters INDUSTRIALIZATION. This is when immigrants and rural people moved to cities to work in factories. This increased production, consumer goods and over the long run created a middle class
, WATCH INDUSTRIAL AGE LECTURE ONE WATCH INDUSTRIAL AGE VIDEO TWO 48. During industrialization businesses grew and consolidates to form monopolies and trusts who killed competition and then rose prices. On the bright side they also were philanthropists, who gave much away to charity. 49. Immigration is open during industrialization. Cheap labor. The backlash example is the CHINESE exclusion act (1883) after the RR built which is an example of NATIVISM and XENOPHOBIA . IMMIGRATION VIDEO LECTURE 50. During Laissez Fairre (Industrialization) UNIONS do not do go. By not interfering the fed. gov. supported big business. Knights of Labor (unskilled) AFL (Skilled) Unions want collective bargaining rights. 51. Economic Nationalism is when the US acts to help the economy expand. Tariffs is one example but subsides is better, a government handout, the one on the regents is frequently free land and money to the RR companies to complete the Transcontinental Railroad. 52. Social Darwinism was adopted as a belief of the rich in the industrial age. It taught that those with riches were deserving because they were born that way ..... that your DNA determined your success. It defended the extreme gap between the Rich and poor. 53. US F. POLICY THESIS-- SELF INTEREST . Until INDUSTRIALIZATION the US Foreign Policy was set by George Washington. (stay away from Europe (isolationism) ) 54. THE MONROE DOCTRINE . Dog pee pee in the hood. This early 1823 policy is kinda of a stepping stone from isolationism. It warned Europe that Latin America was our hood but at the same time we will still away from them. 55. B/C of the demand for raw materials and new markets the US adopted imperialism (BELLY RUBBIN) This led to Hawaii, Alaska, As well as the OPEN DOOR POLICY with China-Trade. WATCH IMPERIALISM VIDEO ONE WATCH IMPERIALISM VIDEO TWO 56. 1899. Spanish American War (imperialism) in Cuba. Yellow Journalism (stretching truth to sell and make war) and the sinking of the USS Maine is used to invade Cuba to kick out the Spanish. (Teller Amend) The US then controls Cuba (Platt amendment) Us also gets control over P.Rico and the Philippines. 57. Roosevelt Corollary is part of Imperialism in Latin America. Monroe with a gun. Panama Canal, Spanish American War. We can now protect our interests in L. America... protect our hood. 58. Laissez Faiire begin to change at the turn of the century b/c of third parties and Populism . (populists, Grange, Progressive Party, Socialist Party) Third parties never win but their ideas and issues get taken care of ) 59. The Grange question can be handled. Sing home on the range. See a farmer who hates gold, banks and railroads.

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