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QUESTIONS THAT WENT ALONG WITH OUR HW PACKETS, THAT WOULD BE
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PRESIDENTS THAT ARE IMPORTANT THIS UNIT
Harry Truman- 1945-53
2. End of World War II
1. What were the most important issues facing the country at this time?
a. Foreign affairs, debt, domestic affairs, party politics?, etc.
2. What were the candidates positions on these issues? Why?
a. all opinions are in packet, Hamilton was practical-min
Dear President Kennedy,
It has come to our attention that the United States is facing a controversial decision as for
what to do regarding the Soviet Union and their missiles in Cuba. While the United States must
prioritize its own citizens over others, w
What was the significance of the Glorious Revolution for the Anglo-American Empire?
What do we need to know to answer this question?
Two different visions of empire
Then we can elaborate on
Unit 7: Sectional Discord
1. How was the social leveling of the 1830s an extension of the republican virtues of the
a. Common man important.
b. All white men can vote
c. Want everyone to appear the same
d. No doc or lawyer (job in general requireme
Unit 6: The Market Revolution
1. How profitable was slavery?
a. Very profitable
b. From age 10-about 70 a slave made profit for thunder
c. Even when cotton prices went down (indicative that demand went up and so did
production so slavery returned a profit
Unit 2: The American Revolution
1. Was mercantilism boom or bust for the American colonies?
a. A boom.
Protection from the Navy, Br takes over marketing, and access to finished
goods all for only 2% loss in profit and a little lost freedom.
2. How poli
Unit 3: Toward a New Government/Revolution?
1. What advantages did each side have going into the war?
Fight a defensive war
Alliance with France
Home turf, big turf
More money, more people, more exper
Period 1: (1491-1607)
1. Compare and contrast the British, French, and Spanish imperial goals in North
America between the years 1492-1763.
Goals of European colonizati
Unit 1: The Colonies
1. Why was England so late to colonize in the New World?
a. Spain, France, and Portugal all had religious unity, financial/military power, and
centralized power which Br lacked.
Be: more Protestant influence because of the geograph
Unit 5: The Jeffersonians
1. What happened in the election of 1800?
a. Federalists nominated John Adams (AH tries to get Pinkney elected over him so
he is sabotaged)
b. Dem reps send TJ and Burr, who tie so the election goes to the house
AH tells the f
Unit 4: The Federalists
1. Analyze the contribution of Washington, Jefferson, and Hamilton in helping to establish a
stable government after the adoption of the Constitution.
a. Washington: Symbol
Public faith/national identity - everyone loved him
Colonial America in the 1600s and early 1700s had limited freedom, with splurges of
liberty found in their constrictions.
Road Map Categories
ii. Church privileges
i. Indentured servan
Defensive developmentalism wasnt only means of which structures of governance n
economics associated with modern period introduced into ME.
There was also imperialism
Gain inordinate influence or control over the vitals of wea
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By 1877, the South ultimately won the Civil War economically, through ultimate
surrender, and through segregation.
a. Ultimate surrender
Chapter 8: An Immensely Shrewd Old Man
Mossy arrives in New York, October 8, 1951, with his son and physician
He had written a statement for the reporters stating that they would soon hear
about the cruel and imperialistic company that had stolen what h
Chapter 4: War, Diplomacy, and the New Global Balance of Power
Protestant Reformation ended dream of CHristian empire in Europe.
Europe was divided into highly competitive states that had to defend themselves against
Might be traced to Prote
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To an extent, conflict was found in the strict definition of a proper role for women in the
cult of true womanhood, reformist movements, and their political standings.
What were the causes and effects of the Egyptian Revolution?
A lot of demonstrations and strikes that broke out due to wartime inflations
Peasants would attack railroads for supplies
They got semi-independence.their independence was monitored