Only a very modest
The Turks became
the third major
carrier of Islam
after Arabs and
Turks would enter
into conflicts with
2. Prohibition 18th amendment
3. Spoils System/Patronage
5. Hull House
6. Hepburn Act
7. Pure Food and Drug Act
8. 4 Amendments to the Constitution
9. Trustbuster vs regulator
10. Direct Primary
11. The Recall
o Middle Class Womenthe proponents of social charity. Leader was Jane
Addams who founded Hull House, a settlement house in Chicago. The rich
wouldnt, the poor couldnt.
o Suffragettes: Women actively sought enfranchisement as they became
more politically a
In order to give the citizenry more say in government affairs, the processes of initiative,
referendum and recall were introduced.
o Initiative allowed citizens to introduce legislative proposals at the state or local
level through petitions which requir
Peaceful interaction and mutual dependence as well as conflict and
hostility characterized the relationship of nomadic herders and settled
farmers in East Africa and Eurasia
Pastoral societies: less productive economies
Needed larger grazing areas for an
A: Principles of American Democracy
1. What is the supreme law of the land?
2. What does the Constitution do?
3. The idea of self-government is in the first three words of the Constitution. What are these words?
4. What is an amendment
Post Industrial Revolution
Progressives combined Protestant religion and humanitarian work, a synthesis that
became known as the Social Gospel movement.
o Its the Christian duty to be concerned about the plight of the poor and the
o Fighting Bob
o Leading Progressive
o Senator and then Governor of Wisconsin.
o He advocated for women's suffrage. He is considered the father of
the American Progressive Movement and he spoke passionately for
the "common man."
o His s
In South Africa in 1990, Mandela is released from prison and the quote: remember this
day- our country went to the dogs. How does this reflect the apartheid era?
2. Mandela said: reconciliation and forgiveness removes fear and is a powerful we
1. From the very beginning of the film, one senses the importance of religion in
Hillsboro. Note the singing and notice the affiliation of the preacher and the town
council men walking to the school.
2. What law did Bert Kates (John Scopes) violate? Who m