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Van Gosse What the New Deal AccomplishedVan Gosse What the New Deal Accomplished
Young "Brain Trust" intellectuals competed for the President's attention with innovative ideas for jumpstarting the economy. A plethora of impromptu agencies with distinctive acronyms were created to administer emergency relief to the unemployed "one third of
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America: Past and Present, 9e (Divine et al.) Chapter 22 The Progressive EraAmerica: Past and Present, 9e (Divine et al.) Chapter 22 The Progressive Era
What was the term for journalists who investigated American life and sought to expose corruption and questionable practices?
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American Exceptionalism a double Edged Sword By Seymour Martin Lipset Chapter One: Ideology, Politics, and DevianceAmerican Exceptionalism a double Edged Sword By Seymour Martin Lipset Chapter One: Ideology, Politics, and Deviance
The revolutionary ideology which became the American Creed is liberalism in its eighteenth- and nineteenth-century meanings, as distinct from conservative Toryism, statist communitarianism, mercantilism, and noblesse oblige dominant in
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U. S. History Ch. 6 New Industrial Age Matching: Match the innovator to their contribution(s)U. S. History Ch. 6 New Industrial Age Matching: Match the innovator to their contribution(s)
Standard Oil; first American billionaire; philanthropist; Captain of Industry; robber baron
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Thematic Unit Outline Target Age/Grade for the Unit: 11 thThematic Unit Outline Target Age/Grade for the Unit: 11 th
Ncss standards Explored by the Unit: People, Places and Environments; Individuals, Groups and Institutions; Production, Distribution and Consumption; Science
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Start: Hammersmith Tube StationStart: Hammersmith Tube Station
Friday 3 May 2001. The walk was part of the Mayday Festival of Alternatives. The walk lasted about 2 hours and at the end we finished off with a few pints in one of Hammersmith's oldest pubs, the Dove
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G. W. Carver High School 11 thG. W. Carver High School 11 th
United States from a national and Alabama perspective. Students develop historical-thinking skills, including chronological thinking, historical comprehension, historical analysis and interpretations
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Wwi glossary of TermsWwi glossary of Terms
An agreement made between two or more countries to give each other help if it is needed
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2nd Industrial Revoltuion in the late 1800’s/early 1900’s2nd Industrial Revoltuion in the late 1800’s/early 1900’s
Because of this, the U. S. became the industrial leader in the world during the 1890’s
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Chapter 30—The War to End War, 1917-1918 short answerChapter 30—The War to End War, 1917-1918 short answer
Germany announced that it would wage unrestricted submarine warfare in the Atlantic
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Russia 1905: Dress Rehearsal for RevolutionRussia 1905: Dress Rehearsal for Revolution
Alan Wood argues that the real significance of 1905 lies not so much in what was achieved as in the portents provided for the achievements of the future
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The bolsheviks in power: economy and societyThe bolsheviks in power: economy and society
The Bolsheviks were fighting for their survival and Lenin adopted a policy called ‘War Communism’. It was geared towards the needs of the army. The main features were as follows
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The Progressive Era NameThe Progressive Era Name
What was the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union? It led to the passage of which amendment?
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Chapter 21 – Progressive Reform from the Grass Roots to the White HouseChapter 21 – Progressive Reform from the Grass Roots to the White House
Discuss the work of the social reformers, including Jane Addams and the issues she uncovered through her settlement houses
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Chapter 21-Economic Advance and Social Unrest (1830-1850) OutlineChapter 21-Economic Advance and Social Unrest (1830-1850) Outline
The second quarter of the nineteenth-century was not the triumph of industrialism, however, but rather the final protests of those economic groups who opposed it
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