Ch.13 Section 1:
1. What do you think Franklin Roosevelt hoped to accomplish by closing the banks during
the Great Depression?
2. Why did people consider the WWI veterans, who were being moved out of Washington
after the Bonus Army c
Ch. 6, Sec. 1
1. Southern leaders looked forward to the day when slavery would be gone
completely from the U.S., but they also wanted the blacks to go with it. Tobacco
was becoming an unprofitable crop as time went on, which led people to have no
Ch. 10 Section 1:
1. There were two major peaks of immigration from Europe to America, one in the 1850s
and the other in between 1905 and 1910. The first peak in the 1850s is associated with
old immigrants, meaning that most of the immigrants came
Ch. 2 Section 6:
1. Why did the colonists interpret the word constitution differently than the British, and
what was the result of this?
2. Discuss the differences between the Parliament and a democracy and explain why the
idea of Pa
Ch. 8 Section 1
1. The Radical Republicans in Congress during the Reconstruction era did not agree with
the pardoning and readmittance of the Confederate States into the Union. They were
angered by the fact that the Confederate States and southerne
Degler Ch.15 Section 1:
1. As Thomas Jefferson stated, the new diplomacy of the new world meant the separation
of America from European interests. At the beginning of Americas diplomatic affairs,
leaders saw separation as the most important issue.
Degler Ch. 1 Notes
Ch.1, Section 1
1. In Europe, land was very scarce, whereas land in America was abundant. Therefore,
the feudal system did not work in America.
2. Both the Puritans and the Quakers believed in the doctrine of the calling, which