The fast pace lifestyle and time demands imposed on Americans in 2009 have left little
opportunity for family time. The technological and communication advances of today have lead
Americans, school children as well as working adults, into a daily wh
There is no greater struggle than that of defending your faith and living a life that
ultimately stands for your beliefs and what you hold to be true. In Japan, countless
believers of Christ are faced with suc
1. Discuss the economic characteristics of the 1920s and the relationship between government
and business during the decade.
-Age of materialism
-Most have more money to spend
-Fuels the sense that it will last
1. Distinguish expansionism from imperialism.
-Outward movement of goods, ships, people, and ideas (EX: American Navy)
-Imposition of control over other peoples
-Undermining others sovereignty so that they lose the
History Test #2 Study Guide Chapters 21-24
1. Identify the overarching goals of progressive thought and action.
-Social justice, educational and legal reform, and government streamlining
-Goals: ending abuse of power, protecting the welfare of
MWF American History
Gender and Family in the New World
Exploration and immigration to the New World created a unique opportunity: the
challenge of creating a brand new society. As in any other society, an influential
aspect was gender
Was race-based slavery inevitable? Why or why not?
No, it was not inevitable.
Historical causes outside of America Slavery existed throughout history but was not race-based: conquering people enslaved
those that they conquered
Imperialism: not only did i