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Econ 102 – Summer 2012 Exam 2 – Professor KellyEcon 102 – Summer 2012 Exam 2 – Professor Kelly
On this exam you should write any verbal answer using standard English grammar: that is, please write in complete sentences
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A ‘quieting’ of family changeA ‘quieting’ of family change
In Andrew J. Cherlin (ed.), Public and private families: a reader, fourth edition. New York: McGraw-Hill, 5-13. [Originally titled as, “Changing families in a changing society’ from Continuity and Change in the American Family by Lynne M
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New england and the civil warNew england and the civil war
Whether the sight of our misery was attractive to the rebels, or something else influenced them, we could not say, but some photographic artists came from Macon, and taking their positions in sentry-boxes at different points around the
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The Great Depression by David M. KennedyThe Great Depression by David M. Kennedy
Much legend to the contrary, the Great Depression was not entirely, perhaps not even principally, made in America. “The primary cause of the Great Depression,” reads the first sentence of Hoover’s Memoirs, “was the war of 1914–1918.”
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Essential Question(s): How did World War II transform the United States domestically and change its relationship with the world?
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Compulsory Sterilization of Native Americans and Racist Motivations Behind Public PoliciesCompulsory Sterilization of Native Americans and Racist Motivations Behind Public Policies
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Industrialization and urbanizationIndustrialization and urbanization
As the Industrial Revolution spread to the United States, plants such as the textile factory appeared. From 1870 to 1900 the United States became the world’s foremost industrial nation
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Document-based essay questionDocument-based essay question
The question is designed to test your ability to work with historical documents. Some of the documents have been edited for the purposes of the question
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Births, Deaths, and New Deal Relief during the Great DepressionBirths, Deaths, and New Deal Relief during the Great Depression
All-uc economic History Conference in November 2004. Fishback and Kantor’s work on this paper was supported by National Science Foundation Grant Numbers sbr-9708098, ses-0080324, and ses-0214395
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The End of Men is Not True: What is not and what might be on the road toward gender equalityThe End of Men is Not True: What is not and what might be on the road toward gender equality
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Sol review United States HistorySol review United States History
Movement of Americans from to areas for job opportunities
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Framework: Essential Knowledge ( denotes that the essential knowledge appears twice within this outline)Framework: Essential Knowledge ( denotes that the essential knowledge appears twice within this outline)
The 14th Amendment grants citizenship to all persons born in the United States and guarantees them equal protection under the law
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Learning ObjectivesLearning Objectives
Describe the evolution and achievements of Native American cultures from their beginnings to the eve of Columbus’s discovery of America
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Selected Chapters from: Wealthy Elites, Crises and Economic Democracy. New Alternatives Beyond Neoliberal CapitalismSelected Chapters from: Wealthy Elites, Crises and Economic Democracy. New Alternatives Beyond Neoliberal Capitalism
Wealthy Elites, Crises and Economic Democracy. New Alternatives Beyond Neoliberal Capitalism
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Name: uin: Major: Part I) True / False 5pts each)Name: uin: Major: Part I) True / False 5pts each)
An increase in the price level in the United States will reduce imports and increase exports
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