The Roaring 20s
I. Why were the 1920s known as the Roaring 20s?
A. This period of time was known as the Roaring 20s because of its distinctive cultural
aspects compared to other countries who were in turmoil and debt.
B. The introduction of automobiles, t
Today, modern technology has made information so accessible to the average person that
acquiring information is as simple as typing a word into a search bar and pressing enter.
Billions of pages of information on a single subject are at the res
#5 Compare and contrast the foreign policies of Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson. In
your essay include the philosophies, goals and results of US foreign policy under each president.
Be sure to include specific countries in your examples. Do you see
AP Lang 7
For those who have never seen Wall-E, you have missed out on the adorable
antics of the future robot that has captured the hearts of millions of people. The story
centers around a future that can no longer sustain life
Progressivism Outline #5
I. Progressivism: a political philosophy favoring social, economic and political reform.
A. Specific events that led to the Progressive Era:
1. Triangle Factory Fire
a. Sweating the workers
b. Deductions from paychecks for random
1. If you believe in social darwinism, why do you still help the poor?
2. How do monopolies fit into Social Darwinism, if they don't even have a chance to survive
since you are the top and the only top.
3. You are dedicat