APUSH chapter 17 Industrial Supremacy pp 471-485
SOURCES OF INDUSTRIAL GROWTH
Many factors contributed to American industry: raw materials, large labor supply, surge
in technology, ambitious entrepreneurs, federal gov that helped business and expanding
APUSH DBQ Chesapeake vs. NE colonists
The people of both the New England and Chesapeake region came from the same English
origin, however, by 1700; their social, economical, and political differences led them in
two different directions. They adapted to t
Participation in political campaigns and elections
Between 1812 and 1840 the percentage of states allowing voters to choose
presidential electors more than doubled (Doc A). This time period from the reelection of
James Madison in 1812 to the ele
Constitutional and social developments in the mid-1800s
From the start of the American Civil War until the end of Reconstruction, the United
States of America endured what can be considered a revolution. During this time many
APUSH Chapter 19 pp 547 564
McKinley and Recovery
McKinleys term like?
-quiet , less dissent, also the economic crisis eased
What was the one issue McKinley focused on?
-the need for higher tariff rates
What was the Currency Act of 1900?
-confirmed the go