PART I PowerPoint Spring 2015-2

Chapter 19 the color line largest non white group in

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Chapter 19 The Color Line Largest non-white group in the U.S. Roosevelt, Wilson, and Race “Birth of a Nation” W.E.B. Du Bois/Revival of Black Protest Niagara Movement National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
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Give Me Liberty!: An American history, 3rd Edition Copyright © 2011 W.W. Norton & Company A 1918 poster celebrates black soldiers in World War I
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Chapter 19 The Great Migration Opening up of industrial jobs Wartime state and decline in immigration Expectation v. Reality Racial Violence, North and South
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Chapter 19 1919: A Worldwide Upsurge Russian Revolution (1917) Upheaval in America Greatest wave of labor unrest in history Over 4 million workers in strike Associated with communism and disloyalty The “First” Red Scare General abuse of civil liberties Wilson at Versailles Versailles Treaty: Harsh document that likely led to WWII Self-determination Wilsonianism
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Give Me Liberty!: An American history, 3rd Edition Copyright © 2011 W.W. Norton & Company Map 19.6b Europe in 1919
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Chapter 19 The Treaty Debate/League of Nations Results and Legacies Idealism and power politics Open markets US exceptionalism / Progressivism No stability / No democracy Undermined freedom in US Rise of conservatism
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Give Me Liberty!: An American history, 3rd Edition Copyright © 2011 W.W. Norton & Company Interrupting the Ceremony, a 1918 cartoon from the Chicago Tribune
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Suggested Reading ISBN-10: 0375760520 ISBN-13: 978-0375760525 ISBN-10: 0449213943 ISBN-13: 978- 0449213940 ISBN-10: 0806528478 ISBN-13: 978- 0806528472
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Suggested Reading ISBN-10: 1400095182 ISBN-13: 978-1400095186 ISBN-10: 0786710888 ISBN-13: 978- 0786710881 ISBN-10: 0316024619
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Suggested Reading ISBN-10: 074327704X ISBN-13: 978- 0743277044 ISBN-10: 014018998X ISBN-13: 978- 0140189988 ISBN-10: 0252074718 ISBN-13: 978- 0252074714
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Suggested Reading ISBN-10: 0805076174 ISBN-13: 978-0805076172 ISBN-10: 1619450011 ISBN-13: 978- 1619450011 ISBN-10: 0805068848
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Chapter 20 THE TWENTIES AND THE GREAT DEPRESSION
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Chapter 20 Also known as the Jazz Age Flappers (sexually liberated women) Speakeasies (nightclubs that violated Prohibition) Soaring stock market fueled by easy credit Revolt against moral rules inherited from the previous century
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Chapter 20 A Decade of Prosperity Automobile A New Society Consumer goods/reduced demands for domestic work Limits of Prosperity Estimated 40% poverty Deindustrialization Farmers’ Plight Rural U.S. in crisis well before stock market crash
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Ford Model T, 1920 Ford Model A, 1927
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Chapter 20 Image of Business CPI/public relations Decline of Labor Industrial Freedom/American Plan Human factor in employment Women’s Freedom Flapper
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Give Me Liberty!: An American history, 3rd Edition Copyright © 2011 W.W. Norton & Company Advertisers marketed cigarettes to women as symbols of female independence.
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Give Me Liberty!: An American history, 3rd Edition Copyright © 2011 W.W. Norton & Company Many American authorities were no more welcoming to “new women.”
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Progressivism is disintegrated as a political movement and a body of thought.
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