Chapter 9 Challenging Wartime Internment: Supreme Court Records from Korematsu v. United States Source Analysis Table Argument made by: Factual claims about military necessity Argument for: Argument against:
Constitutional issued of due process and
Great Expectations: Marriage and Divorce in Post-Victorian America Liberation and Heightening Divorce Rates from 1880 to 1920
Kaitlyn Herthel February 18, 2 008 Development of US II Section 09- P. Clemens
Throughout the 19th and 20th cen
Sarah Bart Development of the US II Isenberg February 28 2008
Leisure Time in the 19th Century
When Horatio Alger wrote Ragged Dick in the 1860s, civilized life in Manhattan barely extended to Central Park. Brooklyn was still fairly undeveloped, as
Industry Comes of Age
The Iron Colt Becomes an Iron Horse
Due to the expansion of the country, many new railroads were built. Congress began to advance liberal money loans
to 2 favored cross-continent companies in 1862 in response to the fact th
Political Paralysis in the Gilded Age
The "Bloody Shirt" Elects Grant
The Republicans nominated General Grant for the presidency in 1868. The Republican Party supported the
continuation of the Reconstruction of the South, while Grant stood on th
Progressivism and the Republican Roosevelt
At the beginning of the 20th Century, the ethnically and racially mixed American people were convulsed by a reform
movement. The new crusaders, who called themselves "progressives," waged war on many ev
The Great Depression and the New Deal
As the election of 1932 neared, unemployment and poverty brought dissent of President Hoover and a demand for a
change in policy. The Republicans nominated Herbert Hoover to run for president in the election
The Great West and the Agricultural Revolution
The Clash of Cultures on the Plains
In the West, white soldiers spread cholera, typhoid, and smallpox to the Indians. The whites also put pressure on the
shrinking bison population by hunting and gr
The Ordeal of Reconstruction
The Problems of Peace
All rebel (Confederate) leaders were pardoned by President Johnson in 1868.
Freedmen Define Freedom
Emancipation took effect unevenly in different parts of the conquered Confederacy. Some slaves
The Path of Empire
As America bustled with a new sense of power generated by the strong growth in population, wealth, and productive
capacity, labor violence and agrarian unrest increased. It was felt that overseas markets
The Politics of Boom and Bust
The Republican "Old Guard" Returns
Warren G. Harding was inaugurated in 1921. He, like Grant, was unable to detect immoral people working for him.
He was also very soft in that he hated to say "no," hurting peoples'
The War to End War
On January 31, 1917 Germany announced its decision to wage unrestricted submarine warfare on all ships,
including American ships, in the war zone.
War by Act of Germany
German foreign secretary Arthur Zimmermann secretly propo
American Life in the "Roaring Twenties"
Fear of Russia ran high even after the Bolshevik revolution of 1917, which spawned a communist party in America.
The "red scare" of 1919-1920 resulted in a nationwide crusade against those whose
America on the World Stage
On February 4, 1899, the Filipinos erupted in rebellion against the occupying United States forces after the Senate
refused to pass a bill giving the Filipinos their independence. The insurrection was led by Emilio Agu
History 512:104 History of the United States since the 1860s Isenberg
Useful Information in Studying for the Mid-term Exam The following suggestions should help you do your best on the exam. The two exams in this course give you the oppor
FDR and the New Deal Herbert Hoover's leadership -Last of the "old" or first of the "new"? FDR's leadership -Patrician background and stewardship -"Splendid deception" -Eleanor Roosevelt's role -Speeches Hoover concerned with inequitable distribution
Critiques of the first New Deal -Business community -Huey Long- early supporter of FDR; radical populist -Francis Townsend -Father Charles Coughlin- elimination of Federal Reserve System -Supreme Court declared NIRA unconstitutional; labor unrest The
John D. Rockefeller- late 19th century; president of standard oil; achieved horizontal integration using trusts; hard-worker from strange family structure; "robber-baron"- antilabor and intimidated competition; donated money (philanthropist) Jim Crow
Kaitlyn Herthel April 7, 2008 Development of US II Section 09- P. Clemens As if high school isnt hard enough for American youth, being a warrior for the Civil Rights movement of the 1950s as a mere teenager is a battle in itself. Melba Pattillo Beals
Kaitlyn Herthel April 28, 2008 Development of US II: Section 09 Discussion: Cuban Missile Crisis 1. ExComm transcipt #1: Tuesday, October 16, 6:30pm (Day One of the crisis; second ExComm meeting of the day) The ExComm (Executive Committee of the Nati
Paper # 2 Warriors Don't Cry: A Searing Memoir of the Battle to Integrate Little Rock's Central High Your second paper is due Monday April 7th. It should be 4-5 pages long. Your paper is to deal with two topics (1) Melba Pattillo Beals experiences in
Essay A. Immigrant from rural Italy or Eastern Europe now working in a northern city. 1905. -working woman, husband hurt at work, no workers compensation -tenements- slums in New York City where rent was high and living conditions low; overpopulation
America Moves to the City
The Urban Frontier
By 1890, New York, Chicago, and Philadelphia all had a population greater than 1 million.
Louis Sullivan contributed to the development of the skyscraper. City limits were extended outward by electric
Wilsonian Progressivism at Home and Abroad
Woodrow Wilson won the governorship of New Jersey waging a reform campaign in which he attacked the
predatory trusts and promised to return the state government to the people.
The "Bull Moose" Campaign