Chapter 29 APUSH
Woodrow Wilson for president?- Militant progressive
NJ bosses needed a respectable front candidate for the governorship. Wilson waged a
reform campaign in which he assailed the trusts and promised to return state govern
Chapter 28 Pt. 2
Pg. 668 to end of chapter
Desert Land Act (1877)- federal government sold arid land cheaply on the condition that the
purchaser irrigate the thirsty soil.
Forest Reserve Act (1891)- authorized the president to set aside publi
Chapter 33- The New Deal and The Great Depression Notes. (Pgs 770-798)
Election of 1932
Republican= Hoover. Platform= praise of Republican anti-depression policies, halfheartedly
promised to repeal national prohibition and return control of liquor to the
Ch. 28 part 1: Progressivism and the Republican Roosevelt
Progressives- reform movement- waged war on monopoly, corruption, inefficiency.
strengthen the state- use government as agency of human welfare. Social justice.
Progressive theorists i
Chapter 26- Summary to Study
West Before the Whites
360,000 Indians in 1860.
Comanches vs. Apaches (Apaches drove off)
Cheyenne driven away by Mandans and Chippewas
Sioux displaced and preyed upon Crows, Kiowas, and Pawnees.
Horses Helped transfo
APUSH Chapter 30: WWI
1917, Germany announced they would wage unrestricted submarine warfare. They couldnt
afford to distinguish between combatants and noncombatants. Wanted to beat Britain before
U.S. entered. Wilson broke diplomatic r
Shift in US foreign policy end of 19th century: reflected far-reaching changes reshaping ag,
industry, & social structure.
Ag and industrial production boomed- looked for new foreign markets
Growth in population, wealth, and productive capac
Chapter 27 part 2
Puerto Rico at outset not state or territory and little prospect of eventual independence.
Foraker Act of 1900- limited degree popular government. Many Puerto Ricans moved to New
York City. 1917 was US citizenship, but no sel