Ronald Reagan was the fortieth President of the United States, in his campaign he
declared "I believe in states' rights" and would follow through with his presidency focusing on
policies that reflected his personal b
The French Monarchy emerged in the 16th century and was even more established by the 17th
century. The Absolute Monarchy was established during the reign of Louis XIII and was passed down to
his son Louis XIV, wh
Egypt holds one of the most rich histories in the entire world, when envision Egypt we see pyramids, Pharoahs, and grand deserts stretching seemless miles with no end. Egypt is not just defined by their ancient history which is traced as far back as 3000
John T. Nicholson wrote a poem that tried to describe the despair of his 73-year-old father, who had lived in the mountains all his life. The 28-stanza dirge was published in the June 1, 1934, edition of a local newspaper, the Madison County Eagle. If it
Option 2: Images, Culture, and Art of the Great Depression
Go to this website from the Library of Congress and view the photos of the "Migrant Mother" by
Dorothea Lange. For more you may check this link out:
Option 1: Race Relations in the Civil Rights Era: "Loving" Across Racial Lines.
Watch this film (Netflix, Germanna or Public Library, or other access- there are numerous video
streaming services) "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" released in 1967.
C18 Urbanization, Immigrants, and Populism
Part I. Your Post:
1. In one or two paragraphs summarize the authors main idea or thesis and three to five of their
main arguments used to support this position.
Edward Alsworth Ross had a very negative view on i
1950s Culture and Society
3. Last task:You are to interview someone who came of age in the era of the 1950s-early 60s (stop
about 1965). Given that if you were about 10 in 1955 or '65 you are about 72-62 now, and that may
be a problem for you. If you can'
C21 US and WWI
Part I. Your Post:
Answer the three questions for The Great War on page 779.
How did participation in the war transform the role of the federal
government in the United States? A: The Espionage and Sedition Acts severely curbed
Part I. Your Post:
a. What parts of these chapters drove the publics demand for government regulation of the meat
industry? A: The unsanitary acts that went on in the meat production behind the scenes that most of the
public was unaware a
Part II. Art/Culture: Jazz, Celebrities, Artists, and National Figures
The 1920s was an era of new and exciting things. Below is a comparison of a form of
entertainment used in the 1920s compared to what we use today.
In the 1920s people used machines cal
Debate 1: The Atomic Bomb was Justified (or wasn't)
1. Summarize each argument for each article. About a paragraph.
Mark Weber believed that the atomic bombings could have been avoided. He describes that in the year
1945, it was the year that t
1. What new policies and institutions did Truman and Congress initiate to contain Soviet expansion?
A: The Truman Doctrine, the Marshall Plan, NATO, The National Security Act.
2. Why did Truman build a stronger military presence in Europe and Asia
History 122 Test Four
1. Discuss the role of Ross Perot, George Wallace, Theodore Roosevelt, and John Anderson in
Ross Perot ran as an independent in the 1992 race gaining 18.9 percent of the popular
vote and in 1996 e
Instructor: Dan L. Carter
1. Discuss and compare Palmer Raids and Tail Gunner Joe.
The Palmer Raids occurred from 1919 to 1920. Under the leadership of Attorney General
A. Mitchell Palmer, the raids were attempts by the United States
Running Head: TEEN SUICIDE
Germanna Community College
Did you know that teen suicide is the third leading cause of death among young teens
History 122 w01
Short Essay- PICK THREE and answer fully:
1. How did immigration change in the latter half of the nineteenth century and what was the
response to the change?
During the latter half of the nineteenth century immigrati
Chapter 8 The Emergence of a Market Economy 1815-1850
1. Market Economy- The shift to large scale production of goods through manufacturing and
commercial agriculture that emerged in America during the first half of the nineteenth century.
This replaced m
Chapter 12 Religion, Romanticism, and Reform 1800-1860
1. Second Great Awakening- The second religious awakening after the American Revolution.
Caused by dramatic economic growth and social changes that were transforming American way
of life. The protesta
Chapter 9 Nationalism and Sectionalism 1815-1828
1. Second Bank of the United States Set up by James Madison after states unregulated monies
were of little value in other states, which led to a lack of being able to use currency from region
to region. Tho
Chapter 10 The Jacksonian Era 1828-1840
1. Spoils System- partisan behavior that happened during Jacksons two terms in which he replaced
about a fifth of the federal office holders with his own friends and supporters, not all of which
were qualified for t
Chapter 6 Creating a More Perfect Union 1783-1800
Objectives p. 183
1. Identify the strengths and weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation and explain how they
contributed to the creation of a new US Constitution.
The Articles of Confederation were use
Chapter 11 The South and Slavery 1800-1860
1. Peculiar Institution- Phrase used by whites in the antebellum south to refer to slavery without
using the word slavery. Due to the lack of Native Americans that were pushed west from the
south, the bonds peopl
Chapter 3 Assignment US I Week January 18-24
1. Birth rate Proportion of births per 1000 of the total population. This is the total amount of
people born versus the people who are already in the area.
2. Death rate- Proportion of deaths per 100
Chapter 7 The Early Republic 1800-1815
1. Republican simplicity- The idea of humility given by the Republicans to provide a more humble
approach to the common man. It was found useful in the election of Thomas Jefferson.
2. Marbury v. Madison The first ma
Chapter 5 The American Revolution 1776-1783
Objectives page 151
1. Explain the challenges faced by both British and American military leaders fighting in the
British leaders were faced with a war that was far from home. Thoug
C13 Western Expansion and Southern Secession l830-61
1. Manifest Destiny- An idea coined by John L OSullivan that was a wide spread belief that
America was destined by God to expand westward across the continent into lands claimed by
Native Americans and
US I HIS 121 GCC Chapter 4 Assignment
Chapter 4 From Colonies to States 1607-1776
1. Salutary Neglect The start of the ideas of Americanism. The British lack of control on the
economic and political interests as long as the colonies remained ob
Chapter 15 Reconstruction 1865-1877
1. Radical Republicans- congressmen who identified with the abolitionist cause and sought swift
emancipation of the slaves, punishment of the Rebels, and tight controls over the former
Confederate states. They tried to