War and Violence in "The Good Old Days
The assertation that Americans are a peaceful, nonviolent people is not very accurate. This country has not advanced very far unless we were fighting a war or "occupying a country for their best interests", eve
1 In the early 20th century, the rise of alcoholism was becoming an alarming problem. When the government stepped in and passed the Eighteenth Amendment, prohibiting the sale of alcohol except for religious purposes, gangsters in many big cities saw
Bill Clinton's foreign policy was determined by whatever scandal he was in while
his weak policies allowed other countries to run all over American interests.
Korean Nuclear Development In 1994, Preident Clinton sent Jimmy Carter to
make a deal with the N
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As Tony Curtis says "Doing things my way will make everyone happy"(13)
Desires always led to acting upon them (Dathorne 50)
Everyone that does not try their best will fail the essay q
Economic conditions that fueled support for foreign trade included
a decrease in the number of wage earners.
the seemingly unlimited prosperity of the years 18881895.
the nation's decision to use silver-backed currency.
a huge increase in the amount of ma
Which statement about industry in the 1920s is NOT true?
Mass production spread quickly in American industry.
Businesses rejected any implementation of Taylor's scientific management.
Standardized parts helped increase productivity and efficiency on the
World War II ushered in the atomic age. Fueled by evidence the Nazis were
trying to develop an atomic bomb, the United States began the Manhattan
Project to develop one first. The atomic bomb was eventually dropped on
Japan creating such devastation t
The popular film "The Best Years of Our Lives" reflected American's
rejection of the trend toward suburban living.
desire to stabilize and prosper during the years after the war.
fear that the fascist powers of Germany and Japan would rise again.
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Americans in the 1950s believed in the basic strength of the United States.
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Dwight Eisenhower was courted by both the Democrats and the Re