Midterm Study QuestionsProgressive Reforms
1. There have been three national reform movements in 20th-century U.S.
a. What were they?
b. In what way was the Progressive Movement the most radical of the three?
2. Woodrow Wilson (Democrat) beat Theodore Roo
Midterm Study QuestionsWorld War One
1. Which 5 nations fought for the Allies in the First World War?
Which 3 fought for the Central Powers?
2. What were the long-term consequences of World War One (we discussed sixtheyre on
a. What new wea
Midterm Study QuestionsThe 1st New South
1. In what ways was the post-War South devastated?
What impact did the 13th Amendment have on the Southern economy?
2. What successful industries 1st appeared in the South in the late 19th century?
3. Identify 4 r
Study QuestionsIndustrial-Era Immigration
1. In what ways is immigration economically beneficial?
2. Mexican + Chinese + Japanese immigrants
a. Why did each group immigrate?
b. What jobs were available to them?
c. What legal & social discrimination did th
Midterm Study QuestionsIndustrial Revolution
1. Identify eight long-term consequences of industrialization (they are on the outline, and in
questions 2-8 below).
2. Recurring depressions were the chief economic problem of the Gilded Age:
a. What were the
April 28, 2016
Professor Roger Baldwin
1. What professional and political experience did Abraham Lincoln accumulate
before becoming President?
Abraham Lincoln had many professional and political experiences he
Final Study Questions: Antebellum Slavery
In what ways did the Upper South come to differ from the Lower (or Deep) South in the 19th
The Upper South was less dependent on institution of slavery, tobacco economy base,
diversifies agriculture, a
Final Study Questions: The Market Revolution
1. The United States began with two very different economic and political visions for
a. Identify Thomas Jefferson's Republican program (we discussed 4 points).
1. The Republicans believe that the U
Final Exam, Book Essay
Ch.7, Founding a Nation (1783-1789)
1. What were the achievements and problems of the Confederation government?
The confederation governments goal is to establish national control over land to
QUIZ, 20 points possible
INCIDENTS IN THE LIFE OF A SLAVE GIRL
1. When Yellin first read Incidents, it was the common understanding that it was a work
of fiction, and thus, she accepted it as such. Years later, while studying female
Ethical activism, ethics from outside the corporation. Watch ONE from this category.
In this regime of, by, and for elites, electoral politics and political representation are
mere tools of the powerfulto sustain, legitimize, and manufacture its own rule
Blog #1 by Sunday at 11:59 pm. This week I want
you to blog about which course theme sounds
interesting to you and why. This will ultimately be
the theme you have chosen for the course, so
really think about these choices. You can find the
Course Themes i
The two people that interest me the most during the Enlightenment period are John Locke
(1632-1704) and Voltaire (1694-1778). The Essay Concerning Human Understanding written by
John Locke in1690 is interesting at that he argued every person was born with
Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it
The quote by the philosopher and critic George Santayana in an annual interview at
Dukes HOPE center is one of my favorite ones about the impact of past ideas on present
events.As we can see, t
Historical Economic Thoughts 1700-s1900s: Adam Smith, Alfred Marshall, Karl Marx,
and John Keynes
Professor Kevin Kaatz
November 22, 14
My essay is the correct word count (1250 words) and that I have listed the word
count on by the title of t
Alexanders full name was Alexander III of Macedon, and in history of ancient Greek he
was known as Alexander the Great. His father is Philip II of Macedon, who was also a Prominent
Due February 26, 2015
I the early 1900s leaders were fighting to build and shape their countries to what they
believe best fit them and their citizens. Im going to focus on two well-known leaders
Ho Chi M
ENVT/GEOG 4320: Energy and Society
Spring 2015, 4 units
Satisfies Upper Division Science GE (B6)
Professor Karina Garbesi Ph.D.
California State University, East Bay
Dept. of Geography and Environmental Studies
Office: 201 Robinson Hall
Professor Khal Schneider
Office: MI 4030
Hours: Tuesday 2-4
This course will survey the history of California, beginning with the history of Native
Californians before the Europ
From 1964 to 1972, the wealthiest and most powerful nation in the history of the world made a
maximum military effort, with everything short of atomic bombs, to defeat a nationalist
revolutionary movement in a tiny, peasant country-and failed. When the Un
Whigs and Democrats
The American System
Bank of the United States
National Road to link the Chesapeake and the
Republican opposition to further federal action
Secession and Civil War
The Election of 1860
A Democratic Party rule requiring a two-thirds majority of
delegates for a presidential nomination in effect gave
southerners veto power.
Although Stephen A. Douglas had the backing of a simple
Chapter 9: The Old South
Ashley Cooley, Brittany Gray, Seqouya Smith, Kelly Alvarez, Tatianna James
The Chesapeake, 1790-1820
The tobacco market had been falling since before the
revolution, and it continued to decline after 1790.
With tobacco profits fal