111 our country strong 1885 manifest destiny for

This preview shows page 2 - 4 out of 20 pages.

111 – Our Country (Strong) 1885: Manifest destiny for pacific expansion; white supremacy; American expansionism strongly connected to the ideas of racial superiority and a Christian missionary impulse, and that white people need to ‘help’ these poor, lesser foreigners become more Americanized. 112 – American Imperialism in the Philippines (Aguinaldo) 1899: Philippines is fighting for its own independence from the Spanish and America wants to colonize/rule over it 113 – The White Man’s Burden (Kipling) 1899: The burden is the task of governing the globe’s non-whites 115 – Women and economics (Gilman) 1898: Housewives restricted women. How can they raise kids to be free when they themselves are not free. Girls wish to be more independent, and thus economically independent. 118 – Free Motherhood (sanger) 1920: Women are getting the worse end of the family relationship when it comes to food and recreation as the husband and kids come first. Having so many children adds more to the poverty. Birth control and contraceptives are important for lower income families. May want to focus on recent Friday seminars. How did owners prepare for Boom and bust Cycles???? -trusts and combinations allowed them to control the market--a form of horizontal integration another way was vertical integration by buying all the things needed so there was no middle man ex. the swift meatpacking industry bought the fridges/storage units and railroad cars to transport it places and bring it straight to the butcher so everything was his Help answer these more difficult questions please! How did immigrants adjust to life in America? What institutions or activities became important to their adjustments, and why? (Ch 18)
What rights did Chinese immigrants and Chinese Americans gain in the years (1890-1900), and what limitations did they experience? How did their experience set the stage for other restrictions on immigration? (Ch 17)
1. Get up to date with lectures* and reading assignments. You are responsible for all of the material assigned for the class, including documents in Voices, whether or not this material was covered in lecture or discussion section. Your essays should demonstrate your familiarity with this material. *If you have missed lectures, you can access them online. Information for how to do that is posted on the Canvas Modules page. - Lecture note section towards bottom 2. Read the Undergraduate Writing Center’s suggestions about taking essay exams. Look here: 3. There will be one essay question on the exam, and you will have 45 minutes to write your answer. Be sure to bring a blue book to class.

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture