and the wages only men ha
-social hierarchy with skilled slaves, house servants and drivers making up the slave elite.
-slave-owners encouraged religion as a means of social control. The ministers preached about
slave obedience. Most sought their own Christianity,
Tidewater and Frontier
-tobacco and rice planters of the Atlantic Tidewater (near the coast) were more aristocratic and
viewed themselves as polished country gentleman. The local gentry often served as justices of
peace and family names were important in
-Though Upper South shifted to wheat, soil erosion intensified due to plowing, increased
destruction of forests, created silted up streams, higher frequencies of floods and droughts, and
increased toxins and parasites in the soil.
-increase in d
-backbone of southern society.
-semi subsistence farmers who raised primarily corn, hogs, cotton and tobacco who they sold to
obtain cash for other items.
-Miscegenation was extremely common and women had to deal with it because a man who
2LT GABRIEL TRIPP
WAR OF 1812
Defining Power Lecture
Power: in a relational sense. You have power over someone if you can get them to do something they
would not normally do. Effect the behavior of someone. Wilder of power has a target and a desired goal.
Will obtain pow
Mandel Gunboat diplomacy: Mandel has 10 hypothesis for the gunboat diplomacy. (1) G.D. is more
successful if the action is definitive rather than purposeful, catalytic, or expressive (limited and selfcontained) . (2) G.D. is more successful if the action
Coercion has become a widely needed and used tactic in international relations through the
years. As technology and the logistics of power and the way the world works, the countries of the world
have come up with new tactics and ways around wars and polit
Sanctions are the topic of discussion as well as reading this week. But what is a sanctions and
when is the most successful time to use this measure? A sanction is a threatened plan of action against a
country through the international realm that is threa
Chapter One Solingen: Chapter one in the book breaks down the set up for the rest of the book and also
has a break down of what will and what will not be discussed in the book. It gives a general running
definition of sanctions as well as positive inducem
Chapter 5 Drezner: Eclectic analytical sanctions are the most successful tool in moving countries away
from or toward what we desire. Its a wider range of approaches studying not only the regime type but
also what is going on economically and so forth. Di
Russia and the United States have both found themselves rooted in Russia fighting the Islamic State.
Russia finds themselves helping Assad while the United States feel he is one of the principal actors in
encouraging the warfare associated with the Islami
Shiffman: The beginning of the Shiffman text breaks down the sanctions the United States placed on
Cuba and how they effected the totalitarian government under Castro. The economy itself was never
actually hurt by sanctions of the U.S. but more hurt by wh
How can the US use public diplomacy more effectively?
With an ever changing world one must look at the fields in the international realm that are still effective
and what is coming up in the ranks as the most effective and efficient means of communication
Organization of Slave Labor
-most slaves dealt primarily with the overseer, whos paid by the size of harvest so overseers
were often harsh, on large plantations.
-it is also a caste system based on race, not just an economic labor system.
-The gang system
-Slave revolts were rare in the US because in the Old South, whites outnumbered blacks, the
government was much more powerful, most slaves were native-born, and family life was much
-In 1800, Gabriel Prosser (slave blacksmith) recruit
Chapter 9 Test Questions
1. How many people can each elector vote for?
2. Who was the first Vice President?
3. What are examples or guides for the future called?
4. Which act set up your Federal Court System?
5. What is the ratio of associate ju
Chapter 9 Test QuestionsSection II
People and Places
George Washington: George Washington became the first president. He left Mount
Vernon on April 16, 1789. He traveled north through Baltimore and Philadelphia to New
York City-the nations capital. On April 30 at Federal Hall, George Was
-Ministers argued that none of the Bible prophets or Christ condemned slavery and pointed out
the dependence of classical Greece and Romes dependence on slavery and quoted Locke who
-Racially, slave defenders argued that
-accelerating growth and overheated expansion, followed by a crash and then depression. (This
pattern repeated itself many times from 1815 to 1860.)
-The depression caused many workers to be thrown out of work, farmers to lose their farms
Equal Rights parties
-to achieve stability instead of booms and slumps, one can decrease competition and move
toward monopoly. Price agreements, and associations to control prices were common.
-Another way to achieve stability is using the power of the fe