Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. The second industrial revolution was marked by:
a. a return to handmade goods.
b. a more equalized distribution of wealth.
c. the rapid expansio
The enemy of enemy is my friend is a prime example of The United states and the Soviet
Union working together. As difference were always a common thing between the two they
viewed each other actions and what the
Captain of the us navy
Respected by the British
Essay Question: What is it that makes a great empire?
Answer: The greater the navy the greater the empire.
To surround the world you need 600 battle ships.
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Caste and religious diversity
on human capital outcome:
evidence from India
Jaypee Business School, Constituent of JI
Academic freedom, political correctness,
and early civilisation in Chinese
archaeology: the debate on Xia-Erlitou
The interpretation of archaeology is inevitably affected by the social, cultural and
intellectual background o
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Anxiety, Alienation, and
Social Unrest ?
The postwar era witnessed
tremendous economic growth
rising social contentment and
conformity. Yet in the midst of such
US Foreign Policy:
Cold War Years
End of WWII
Yalta Feb. 1945
May 8, 1945 - VE Day
Potsdam July 1945
Atomic Bombs Aug. 6 and Aug.
August 15, 1945 VJ Day
Americas present need is
not heroics but healing; not
nostrums but normalcy; not
revolution but restoration,.
not surgery but serenity,.
not submergence in
sustainment in triumphant
-Warren G. Harding (1920)
Politics of B
Causes of Americas entry into
1914-war erupts Woodrow Wilson-President
Wilson was re-elected in 1916
He kept us out of war
Forces Keeping U.S. Neutral:
Weak military Indian wars
Huge German-American immigrant population
America Enters WWII:
What were the nations ADVANTAGES AND
DISADVANTAGES upon entering the conflict?
Make 2-column chart in notebook
Work together to develop list
WWII = WWI x 10
HOW IS THIS WAR SIMILAR TO WWI, HOW WAS
FDR and Polio
What is Polio?
A viral disease which affects the muscles
of the legs
Fairly common disease through the early
1955 polio vaccine invented by Dr.
FDR and Polio
Contracted polio in 1921 (age 39)
Was Asst Secy of the Navy u