] Eisenhower (
I. Principle Characteristic During Eisenhower Presidency
a. Conformity - did not want to be seen as different out of fear you would be accused of being a spy. But if you were a minority, there
wasn't much to worry
] Second Red Scare
I. Second Red Scare (c.
) | Truman (D) & Eisenhower (R)
a. Only confined to the US (domestic aspect of Cold War)
b. On the surface it seemed to only have one purpose: fight communism in the US and get rid of
[10.17.16] 1920s (Cont.)
Monday, October 17, 2016
a. Characteristics of Suburbs
i. Grew at more than twice the rate of cities.
ii. New places to shop and eat.
iii. More roads built.
1) By 1930, the largest single item i
[8.29,31.16] The Mature Industrial Revolution
Monday, August 29, 2016
I. Civil War Turning Point (Characteristics)
During Civil War
Revolutionized American life
People were independent farmers
Slave labor eradicate
[10.17.16] 1930s - Great Depression
Monday, October 17, 2016
I. Herbert Hoover (1929-33)
a. Was a Progressive Republican, but liberal.
b. Some people think he was responsible (aided in) for the Great Depression.
c. The stock market crash (October
Wednesday, November ,
- Present (
I. Truman ( /
a. Old-fashioned, not aware of much of what was going on.
b. Many people feared that after the war ended with Japan, the GD would come back.
i. War was over within months, as opposed to
] Cold War (
Cold War was a domestic chapter in the
nd Red Scare
I. Definition of the Cold War
a. The multi-dimensional struggle between US (Allies) vs. Soviet Union (Allies) | Who's side (democratic or communist) was
[10.3.16] The 1920s
Monday, October 3, 2016
Green - anti-Union/pro-business activities
Most of the questions on Exam 2 will be on the 1920s.
I. Economic Boom Factors (will need clarification later)
i. Lots of capital circulating
The black death, or modernly known as the bubonic plague, is bacterial infection that has
a toxin called Yersinia pestis in it. Yersinia pestis comes from rodents such as rats and prairie
dogs. If these rodents were bitten by fleas, the fleas could infect
Chapter 21 The Progressive Era (1900-1917)
Progressives and Their Ideas
Dawn of the 20th century
- Workers protests unsafe and exhausting jobs
- Experts investigated social conditions
- Womens clubs embraced reform
- Intellectuals challenged ideologic
Sinclair, Upton. The Jungle. New York: Penguin Group, 2006.
The book opens with Ona and Jurgis wedding ceremony. Jurgis is a young man who lives in
Lithuania and never thought he would marry until he met Ona. After he met Ona, he did
HIST-106: The East Asian World
-During the seventeenth century, the Ming dynasty faced
challenges on two fronts
From Chinas traditional adversaries, nomadic
groups north of the Great Wall
And from new arrivals, Europeans merchants
who had begun to
HIST 106- Tokugawa Japan
Aimed to pacify countryside with sword hunts to disarm the
population and attract samurais to their service.
The Tokugawa rulers completed restoration of central authority
begun by Nobunaga and Hideyoshi
Remained in power till 18