1. Why did the American public mistrust organized power, and was their reasoning
The Gilded Age stands out in American history due to the corruption that occurred in the
government, from Grant, to Tilden and Hayes. All of
1. Why was 1942 such a devastating year for the Allied Powers?
The worst year for the Allies in WWII by far was 1942. Japan and Germany grew in
power and territory, while Britain, America, and the Soviet Union could not even agree
THE AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
Direction: After viewing the video, answer the following questions. Use the back of this sheet if necessary.
1. What were the connections between industrialization, the rise of big business, and the
American history is filled with momentous events, some to be remembered for their
greatness and benefits, others to be remembered for the harm done to the nation.
One of the worst moments in this period of American history involves the election of one
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France Peace Proposal
Regarding the Society of Nations
The Society of Nations will consist of every nation wishing to participate(a delegation of 3
people from each nation), and the goal will be to uphold the laws set forth from
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1.The UK , Russia, Belgium, Serbia, Canada, Italy, Japan, Greece, Romania were allies of
France going into WWI.
2. France has held, gained, and lost many colonies in the past. Besides the maintaining of our
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1. How was prosperity evident after World War II?
It seemed that after World War II, prosperity was evident in America around every
corner. At first there was fear that there would be another depression as there had been
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Vietnam declares independence-1945
Vietnam (China, Soviet Union) vs. France
Pick up where the French left off
1960 President Kennedy
to introduce U.S.
1) Compare the tone of the two addresses. How are they different? The same?
The tones of the two addresses are similar because they both provide the goals the Wilson wishes to
accomplish in his presidency. In his first inaugural address he states that he
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Analyze Franklin Roosevelts method in developing Americas foreign policy.
Franklin Roosevelts method of developing Americas foreign policy revolved around
one thing: the economy. Leading America through the depression, the econo
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How did Hoover attempt to halt the depression, and was he successful in his attempt?
Hoover did not approve of direct subsidies to businesses, but as President of the United
States he felt an obligation to use the federal power
How did anti-imperialistic ideals represent both the honorable and not honorable
There was a prominent anti-imperialist league in America that opposed the war, and
opposed anything gained from the war. Annexation was l
1. Trace the progressive movements and achievements around the world. Why did America
Progressive movements in European countries along with New Zealand, Australia, and
Brazil, began in the 1880s, granting workers rights
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1. How did Theodore Roosevelt more effectively serve as President by adjusting his own
Theodore Roosevelt was a firm believer in corporate capitalism, and hated talking and
negotiating with labor leaders and their s
How was the great war slightly surprising in its arrival?
A war of great magnitude such as the Great War is seemingly impossible to catch anyone
by surprise. However, this war came at a time just when international agreements were
How did the addition of African American soldiers both hurt and help the whites?
Blacks had previously fought in the Civil War and Spanish American War, and they were
mostly supportive of the Great War. Similarly, the drafting of the
1. Analyze the two main ways that America funded the Great War.
Financing the war was separated mainly into buying war bonds, and raising taxes, one
patriotic, yet risky, and the other, unpopular, yet guaranteed. The war bonds that w
In what ways were Wilson better prepared at the negotiation during the end of the Great
War, and in what ways were he just as bad as the other Allies?
Wilson proved to be move nave and much more idealistic than any other negotiato
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1. How can Americans in the early 1900s be viewed as single-minded in terms of political
Americans have long since feared anything that could possible overthrow the American
way of life. However, in the early 1900s this fe
1. How did America prosper after the Great War compared to Europe?
At the conclusion of the Great War, although not all of Wilsons proposed 14 points were
utilized and many Americans left the war unsatisfied, the standard of living i