The Gilded Age
Labor: (Conditions of workers)
o Long hours
o Low wages
o No child labor laws
o No social security, no workers comp
o Live in tenants building with multiple family members.
o Henry George who wrote Progress and Poverty talks about the lack
The Cold War
Policy: Expansion of the Open Door Policy
o Extend from Minneapolis all the way to Central Asia (trade)
Wanted to obtain world markets
Lead peace, prosperity and stability
Originhow it started
o Americans vs. Soviets
Reform of injustice at home, and pursuit of commercial Empire abroad
were linked and inseparable
A middle way between oppression/poverty and socialism/communism
What is Liberalism?
To make all men and women,
American Conservatism: Discuss the ascendancy and triumph of American Conservatism,
highlighting its various phases, important concepts, and events (including setbacks). Conclude
by assessing its significance in shaping modern American society.
o Baroquerepresents theatrical and drama
o Dadatraditional art seen as anti art due to the wars going on
o Expressionismstresses the psychological and emotional content
of the work, associated particularly with German art in the ealy
o Fauveshad bol
The autobiography, Coming of Age in Mississippi, by Anne Moody is the story of
her life as a poor black girl growing up in the most racially discriminated state in
America, Mississippi. In Annes small hometown the older generation consta
(The Great Depression, 1930s)
1. FDR: created the first and second New Deal, both of which werent exactly
the most successful. FDR wanted to give the people security with the New
Deal and with this he had many different ways of going about it.
Key Terms: What, who, when, why(it happened), where,
1. NSC-68: top secret policy paper that was a policy against
communism issued by United States National Security Council in
1950, under Truman. Largely shaped U.S. foreign policy in Cold War
The Great Depression:
o As the 1920s is going on, people are buying everything on credit because
farmers and other factory workers dont make enough money to buy a house, but
with credit it makes their American dream come true.
o Banks gave loans t
The Spanish-American War
o The U.S. wanted to spread our way of life to the Philippines.
o President McKinley said in Voices of Freedom, this country was an unfit
to self-govern themselves and there was nothing left to do but to educate
Topics for Research paper:
Leading figure in the visual art movement known as pop art. What is pop art?
Presented challenges to traditions of fine art by include imagery from
popular culture such as advertising, news, etc. The concept of pop
Art Appreciation 1020 Writing Intensive
Thesis: Andy Warhol's pop art reflects the consumerist society of the 1960's in the United States.
His silkscreen paintings represented the rapid changes of
Midterm Study Guide: (Make sure to describe)
1. Rue Transnonain Honore Daumier (page 212)
Lithograph, which is a printmaking technique.
Was a French, employed by the French press as an illustrator and
Is the direct
Study Guide: Mid-term 1
Representational: portrays natural objects in recognizable form. The
more the representation resembles what the eye sees, the more it is said
to be an example of realism.
Nonrepresentational or nonobjective when a work do
Art General 1020
10 November 2013
When visiting the art gallery on Mizzou campus, my eye was caught by the piece
by Dale Chihuly named Lime Persian Single with Vermilion Lip Wrap. The piece was
made in 1993 a