3-5 history notes HIS315K Pearl Harbor- 12/7/1941 Southward Advance Revenue Act of 1942/"spirit of ,43" War bonds Rationing/office of price administration -butter, sugar, coffee, gas, rubber Office of war information Democracy/freedom. Consumerism -n
King Cotton: the Southern Economy and the Social and
Economic Order of the Antebellum South
-5 Native American tribes were removed from their land, to farm
- The main economy in south have been commercial agriculture.
Slavery in the Antebellum South and
the world the slaves made
Changes in Antebellum decades
From necessary evil to positive good
Increasing profitability of slavery
Increasing concentration of slave ownership
Spread of slavery through Lower South
The Market Revolution
Pre-industrial, pre-market economy
-most people didnt work for a salary
-People worked as indentured servants, slaves, artisans.
Or they have their own land to make what the whole family.
-Thus, during the most Colonial period, peopl
Republican Motherhood and the Cult of Domesticity
-ideology: a system of belief
-gender ideology: what people believe what constitute gender.
-why men behave like men and why women behave like women.
In every human society, since the dominance of communit
The U.S. Constitution
Threats to the New Republic
Threats to the liberties won in the
1. Economic problems
-Individual suffering debt problems
2. State legislatures = too democratic
-Out of contr
President Andrew Jackson: 1829-1837
The United States dealt with the Native American as a nation for
a period of time.
War against 2nd Bank of the United States (BUS)
Tariff of Abom
Ratification of the U.S. Constitution
What and Why
-We need a stronger national government so we can making
treaties and collect taxes for the country.
-Central authority to represent all the states
-The represents were too democrats
-The problem that Uni
The Democratization of Politics and the
2nd Two Party System
Andrew Jackson, 1828 and 1832
-came from a poor family.
-the presidents have been the founding fathers.
-the way how people do politics have changed.
Politics after War of 1812
Demise of Feder
The Second Great Awakening and
Second Great Awakening:
Mass Conversions-often mark by great emotion: crying
screaming fainting very enthusthetic
Main difference: the predestination
Emphasis on freewill but also pr
02.11 History Test 2 City on a Hill: religious reason for U.S expansion exceptionalism: we are the only ones who can save the Anglo-Saxon civilization; we are the "savior"; somewhere along the line, these countries fell off the line and the U.S is th
History Test 1
1. What is the relation between the federal government and the individual
2. Raises questions about authority of the government
- Who can and can not call themselves an American
COLD WAR 1945-1991 US - capitalism - Adam Smith - free markets, private property rights Soviet Union - communist - Karl Marx - no private property ideological -> capitalism bi-polar "lesson of WWII" - cannot appease an aggressor april 1945 - FDR died
1980 election 51% Reagan 41% Carter rise of the sunbelt REAGAN: Reaganomics - cutting federal income taxes - by 25% budget deficits rise national debt rises debtor nation budget pie - 1981 48% - payments to citizens 25% - ditens 10% - on national deb
Roaring 20s 1920 census - majority live in larger towns or cities 1920 election democrats - james cox VP - franklin roosevelt - join the league - more progressivism republicans - warren harding VP - Calvin Coolidge - US will not join the league - Ret
1859 - first oil well oil-Rockefeller - horizontal integration standard oil trust - legal way to organize company's assets 1901 - US steel.first Texas oil well.spindletop Roosevelt President IMPACT mass production -> mass consumption advertising mail
1965-1980 Vietnam war: Vietnamese resistance - Ho Chi Minh - with USA cooperation 1877-1940 - vietnam controlled by france 1940 - 1945 - Japanese occupy vietnam 1945-1954 - french war in vietnam -> US aids france, Soviet union supports ho chi minh, a
The Issue of Slavery in the Territories
Yes or No? Who decides?
Northwest Ordinance, 1787
Missouri Compromise, 1820
Southern broader of Penn, the slave divided line in U.S.
Southerner states have a larger number in the House of
Representatives. 3/5 compro