7. The Renaissance outside of Italy
-Outside of Italy, people were much less conscious of a sudden break within the Middle Ages
-The Northern Renaissance was a blend of old and new and the religious element was stronger
than in Italy
-Medieval interests p
In the midst of the Cold War, the Soviet Union held up a facade of being a global
superpower; however, it was actually suffering from internal strife as the end of the twentieth
century approached. Ever since the 1917 revolution, the United Soviet Sociali
AP European History
Prussia Free Response Essay
The Rise and Legacy of Prussia in the 17th and 18th Centuries
Often called the sandbox of the Holy Roman Empire, the Kingdom of Prussia, through
a triumph of work and duty exemplifies how a state can rise to
A 16th century movement where the Catholic Church sought to reform itself after the
Council of Trent:
-Enumerated and defined the seven sacraments
-Latin was prescribed as the language of religious worship
-Celibacy of the clergy wa
The Italian Renaissance
The Italian Influence
-In fifteenth century Italy other fields of thought and expression were first cultivated
marked a new era in thought and feeling
-Gave them a new sense of individualism
-They involved the whole area of
a. Revolutions of 1800
i. Federalists launched personal attacks on Jefferson; irresponsible french
radical ; he also opposed state support of religion in Virginia
ii. Both parties changed state election laws to favor their candidates
iii. Low fede
Jean-Jacques Rousseau Salon Essay
Part One: Biographical Sketch
Jean-Jacques Rousseau is one of the most important and influential philosophes of the
Enlightenment. He greatly influenced Immanuel Kants work on ethics. His novel Julie or the
During the Industrial Era, the labor system was transformed from skilled workers to unskilled
with low wages, dangerous working conditions, and long work hours. To combat these
conditions and others, workers began organizing labor unions.
Write a response
AP United States History
1 February 2016
Unrestricted Submarine Warfare:
The Final Push Past Neutrality
The first world war was a culmination of multiple events that created a domino effect
throughout much of Europe and eventually into America. Starting i
Halfway to Normalcy:
How Harding Did and Did Not Save America
The period immediately following the first world war was riddled with dissent and chaos
within America. The 1920s saw a reemergence of the notorious Ku Klux Klan, a group that had
Domestic trade in England and France was great-large areas of free trade zones-most trade
Agriculture was the single greatest industry and the source of wealth
Not industrialized yet
existence of older merchant capitalism, domestic industry
War, Expansion, Slavery
a. The War With Mexico
-Mexico was not prospering
- Its civil wars and political instability produced a stagnant economy, a weak government, and
modest tax revenues, which a bloated bureaucracy and debt payments to European
-I am the state
-Reigned from 1661-1715
-Using french $ he built up a pro French interest around the world
-Actual and working head of the gov
-french language, art and architecture, literature, fashion etc became the norm
Roosevelts New Deal:
Well Intentioned But Not Entirely Effective
Following the opulence and wealth of the 1920s, the Great Depression roughly
juxtaposed the two extremes of rich and poor in only a matter of years. The glitz and glamour
facade of the so-ca
Chapter 12: Slavery and Society
The Domestic Slave Trade
American Colonization Society: In 1817 it began to transport a few freed blacks to Africa while in the
South, the plantation system was growing rapidly
A. In 1790, its western boundary ran throug
In 1215, the Magna Carta:
-King John was forced to accept it.
-Establish principles which limited the power of the king
-Established basic legal rights
-the king must ask for popular consent for taxes
-accused must have a trial
Model Parliament 1295:
Unit 7 Study Guide
Toughies from Unit 6
Keynes vs. Friedman vs. Hayek
Loanable Funds vs. Money market
Aggregate Supply curve
Movements vs. Shifts
o Shift left of AD will be a movement right on the pc and vice versa
AP Macroeconomics Unit 3 Study Guide
Toughies from Unit 2:
Unemployment Rate effected by discouraged workers
(Retire makes it worse even though its not necessarily a bad thing)
Money Illusion: Price and Wage change (Price may go up, but so do wages)
Unit 4 Study guide
o Toughies from Unit 3 (reviewed in class)
According to Keynes, the most obvious solution to a recessionary gap
a. A rightward shift in AD
Which of the following MPCs have the largest multiplier?
The Federal Open Market Committee and Board of Governors conduct Monetary
Policies for three goals: To promote maximum employment, stable prices, and moderate
long-term interest rates. This means that most people who are looking for work should be
Civilian Conservation Corps
3 million men between the ages of 18-25.
WORK DONE: Plant trees, build roads, build parks, build bridges, flood
Overwhelming SUCCESS: Improving the lives of workers and fixing the
More Spending Cash + Interesting and Useful new inventions
Increase in demand for goods, which leads to. . .
an increase in production, which leads to. . .
A VERY PROSPEROUS DECADE
Post War Trends
White Mans Burden to help those less fortunate than us.
Anglo-Saxon Mission to spread our civilization.
- Josiah Strong
Find new markets to increase our wealth. Open Door Policy
- John Hay
Survival of the Fittest countries
Divisions in Society
Following WW1 many rural communities saw a surge in fundamentalism
This was an example of the urban/rural clash of cultures
Fundamentalists launched a campaign throughout the country to ban the
teaching of Darwi
We could not leave them to themselves they were unfit for self-government, and
would soon have anarchy and misrule worse than Spains was . . . There was
nothing left for us to do but to take them all, and to educate the Filipinos, and up
Open Door Policy
Imperialist nations had been carving out spheres of influence in China
throughout the late 1800s
America sent letters (Open Door Notes) to all those nations asking for equal
trading rights in China for all nations
American Imperialism in
Drawing closer to war
BACKGROUND: The war in Europe created opportunities for Expansionist Japan
in the Pacific. They began seizing colonies owned by allied nations.
Areas of conquer included: Manchuria, parts of China, French Indochina and
The War to End All Wars
Wilsons Fourteen Points
American President, Woodrow Wilson, anticipated the end of the war and
hoped to inspire a peace plan that would solve the long-term problems that
caused the war.
He drafted a proposal called The Fourteen Poi
The Great Depression
Most Americans had NO savings.
Many Americans were in debt.
OVERSPECULATION OF STOCKS
Demand for stocks goes UP!
Prices of stocks go UP!
Stocks are overpriced!
Margin Buying - Borrowing money to invest in the market.
Thank you, Mr. Ho
The Spanish-American War
The ROOTS OF WAR:
The Monroe Doctrine = Divides the world into Spheres of Influence.
Cuba= Colony of Spain.
Spain= Once powerful Empire.
U.S.= Up and coming world power.
A desire to become a world power and protect