1. Who has the right view of governing? Are these tensions within
Throughout the course of history, change in the
2. What are fractions and do they threaten civil society? Do you think America
is fractionalized today?
AP US HISTORY
Cold War Webquest
The Marshall Plan
1. How much countries were assisted under the Marshall Plan?
Sixteen nations were aided.
2. What was the primary goal of the M
The Gilded Age (1868-1900) and Progressivism (1900-1920)
Gilded Age- The West
1. Transcontintenal Railroad; Union/ Central Pacific
Completed in 1869 and served the purpose of linking
the eastern railroad system with Ca
1) Those of the Western Europe: England, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Belgium, Greece
2) The Marshall Plan was a plan to provide aid to Western European countries so that they
could rebuild their economies and their spirits, and through ach
For the following timeline.Support each topic with historical detail in a different
1828: Andrew Jackson elected
Andrew Jackson was worst thing to happen to the America, though maybe not to the
majority, with approving one of Co
1) Seven Years War
a. Mercantilism-this is why European nations made colonies in the first place, to
increase their own revenue.
b. Republicanism-it was a nation without a king that used representatives to achieve a
goal. This is signific
1) Nikita Khrushchev was a President of the Soviet Union, who played role in the Cuban
Missile Crisis, and oversaw the building of the Berlin Wall.
He became president following Stalins death in 1953 and retired in 1964 due to
One theme that was reoccurring in the Gilded Age would be politics and power because of the
impact that immigration and migration had on America. For an example when the government
oppressed the Native Americans with the Indian Removal Ac
War is state of being that can unify a nation in shambles. For an example, World War II brought
out of the Great Depression, but war also allowed the American government to neglect the
problems of people in its own country. The American government generat