military and its effect on the power of a country. It also talks about how a country is able to rule and expand their nation through military force at the United States. c. An event from the period 1890-1905 that could be used to support the views expressed in the document is the domination of Cuba in the Spanish-American War. The United States was able to take advantage of the problem by making Cuba a neo-colony when they were in an independence war with Spain.
Question 2 (25 points) Saved(HC)Using the excerpt and image, answer a, b, and c."Public-spirited women who wish to use the ballot, as I know them, do not wish to do the work of men nor to take over men's affairs. They simply want an opportunity to do their own work and to take care of those affairs which naturally and historically belong to women, but which are constantly being overlooked and slighted in our political institutions. In a complex community like the modern city all points of view need to be represented; the resultants of diverse experiences need to be pooled if the community would make for sane and balanced progress. If it would meet fairly each problem as it arises, whether it be connected with a freight tunnel having to do largely with business men, or with the increasing death rate among children under five years of age, a problem in which women are vitally concerned, or with the question of more adequate streetcar transfers, in which both men and women might be said to be equally interested, it must not ignore the judgments of its entire adult population."—Jane Addams, from "Why Women Should Vote," 1915Image is a cartoon published in 1909, titled, Election Day! It shows the dining area of an urban apartment. A woman dressed in Library of Congress [LC-USZ62-51821]a. Briefly explain how the points of view expressed about woman suffrage differ between the author andthe artist.