Ch. 21 The Progressive Era (1895 – 1920) Period 7 The U. S. and the World



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Ch. 21

The Progressive Era

(1895 – 1920)

Period 7

The U.S. and the World







Progressivism

p. 567 - 576

Due Date:


Identifications:

□ Progressives

□ muckrakers

□ Lincoln Steffens’ The Shame of the Cities

□ Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle

□ Ida M. Tarbell’s Critical History of Standard Oil

□ initiative, referendum and recall

□ Robert M. La Follette

□ Women’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU)

□ 18th Amendment



LO 21.1 Explain the emergence of progressivism and discuss the movement’s basic themes.

LO 21.2 Discuss the similarities and differences among the ideologies, goals, and tactics of the various groups that constituted the Progressive movement, and analyze the successes and failures of these groups in achieving political, social and moral reform.

Social Issues and Discrimination

p.576 – 584

Due Date:


Lochner v. New York (1905) and Muller v. Oregon (1908)

□ Social Gospel

□ eugenics

□ Booker T. Washington

□ W.E.B. Dubois

□ National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

□ Margaret Sanger and birth control

□ Carrie Chapman Catt and NWSA

□ National Woman’s Party and Alice Paul

□ 19th Amendment



LO 21.3 Explain and evaluate the approaches of African Americans, American Indians, and women to the problems they faced during the Progressive era, and discuss the extent to which they were successful in achieving those goals.



Presidential Progressivism

p. 584 - 593

Due Date: __________


Identifications:

□ Pres. Theodore Roosevelt

□ trustbuster

□ Northern Securities

□ Hepburn Act (1906)

□ Meat Inspection Act

□ Pure Food and Drug Act (1906)

□ Square Deal

□ conservation

□ Pres. William Howard Taft

□ Mann-Elkins Act (1910)

□ 16th Amendment

□ Bull Moose Party

□ Pres. Woodrow Wilson

□ Clayton Anti-Trust Act

Federal Trade Commission

□ Federal Reserve Act (1913)


LO 21.4 Explain the relationship between Theodore Roosevelt’s political, social, and economic beliefs and his approach toward the major issues of the day.

LO 21.5 Examine the similarities and differences between Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson

LO 21.6 Assess the political, social and economic impact of the Progressive era on American society.



Ch. 22

The Quest for Empire

(1865 – 1914)

Period 7

The U.S. and the World







Imperialism

p. 595 - 610

Due Date:


Identifications:

□ imports and exports

□ gentleman’s agreement

□ William H. Seward

□ transatlantic cable

□ Capt. Alfred Thayer Mahan’s Influence of Sea Power upon History (1890)

□ Annexation of Hawaii

□ Queen Lili’uokalani, John L. Stevens and Sanford B. Dole

□ Pres. McKinley

□ Jose Marti

□ Cuba

□ U.S.S. Maine



Teller Amendment

□ Spanish American War

□ Rough Riders

□ Comm. George Dewey

□ Manila, Philippines

□ Treaty of Paris (1898)

□ Anti-Imperialists

□ white man’s burden



LO 22.1 Discuss the role of ideology and culture in American expansionism and imperialism during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

LO 22.2 Examine the causes and consequences of American involvement in; Hawaii and Venezuela, Cuba, and the Philippines

LO 22.3 Outline the arguments presented by both the anti-imperialists and the imperialists in the debate over acquisition of an empire, and explain why the imperialists prevailed

Presidential Foreign Policy

p. 610 - 619

Due Date:


Identifications:

War with the Philippines

□ China and the Open Door Policy

□ spheres of influence

□ Platt Amendment

□ Panama Canal

□ Hay-Paunceforte Treaty (1901)

□ Roosevelt Corollary

□ Mexico: Diaz, Huerta and Villa

□ Portsmouth Conference

□ “great white fleet”

□ dollar diplomacy



LO 22.4 Examine and evaluate late nineteenth and early twentieth century American policy towards Asia (specifically the Philippines, China and Japan) and Latin America



Ch. 23

Americans in the Great War

(1914 – 1920)

Period 7

The U.S. and the World







WW I and U.S. Entry

p. 621 - 628

Due Date:


Identifications:

□ Archduke Franz Ferdinand

□ Central Power (Triple Alliance)

□ Allies (Triple Entente)

□ Lusitania

□Unrestricted sub warfare

□ Zimmermann telegram


LO 23.1 Discuss Europe’s descent into the First World War and both President Wilson’s attempts and attempts of antiwar activists to keep the U.S. out of the First World War, and explain their ultimate failure of those efforts.

War and the Home Front

p. 628 - 643

Due Date:


Identifications:

□ Selective Service Act

□ Gen. John Pershing and doughboys

□ shell shock

□ Bolshevik (Russian) Revolution and Vladimir Lenin

□ 11th Hour, 11th Day, 11th Month, 1918

□ War Industries Board

□ Food Administration and Herbert Hoover

□ propaganda

□ liberty bonds

□ civil liberties

□ Committee on Public Information (CPI)

□ Espionage Act (1917)

□ Sedition Act (1918)

Schenck v. U.S. (1919)

□ Red Scare and the Palmer Raids



LO 23.2 Describe the characteristics of draftees and volunteers in the American armed forces during the first World War and discuss their lives as soldiers.

LO 23.3 Examine the impact of the First World War on the American home front, including its impact on the federal government, business, labor, women and African Americans

Defeat of Peace

p. 643 -649

Due Date:


Identifications:

□ Big Four

□ Wilson’s 14 Points

Paris Peace Conference

□ reparations

□ League of Nations

□ Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge

□ Reservationists and Irreconcilables

□ Treaty of Versailles

□ self-determination



LO 23.4 Explain the differences and similarities between Wilsoniansism as stated in Wilson’s 14 Points and the provisions of the Treaty of Versailles

LO 23.5 Examine the debate over ratification of the Treaty of Versailles and American entry into the League of Nations, and explain the Senate’s rejection of the treaty.



Ch. 24

The New Era (1920 – 1929)

Period 7

The U.S. and the World







Republican Presidents and the Economy

p. 651 – 656

p. 674 – 677

Due Date:



Identifications:

□ oligopoly

□ Pres. Warren G. Harding

□ Teapot Dome Scandal

□ Pres. Calvin Coolidge

□ Andrew Mellon

□ McNary-Haugen Bill (1927 & 1928)

□ Pres. Herbert Hoover

□ Alfred E. Smith

□ Black Tuesday

□ demand

□ income distribution

□ debt

□ speculation



LO 24.1 Discuss the economic characteristics of the 1920s and explain the relationship between government and business during this decade.

The Roaring Twenties

p. 657 – 673

Due Date:


Identifications:

□ radio


□ consumerism

□ 1920 Federal Census

□ Great Migration

□ Marcus Garvey and the U.N.I.A.

flappers

□ New KKK

□ Emergency Quota Act of 1921

□ National Origins Act 1924

□ Sacco and Vanzetti Case

□ fundamentalism

□ Scopes Trial

□ Charleston

□ movies and sports

□ Prohibition

□ Al Capone

□ Lost Generation

□ Harlem Renaissance

□ Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston

□ The Jazz Age


LO 24.2 Examine the social, economic, and political changes in the position and attitudes of women and African Americans in American society during the 1920s.

LO 24.3 Discuss the expansion of the consumer society in America during the 1920s and examine the impact of the automobile and modern advertising on American society

LO 24.4 Examine the emergence of the KKK, nativists, and religious fundamentalists, and discuss their impact on American society in the 1920s.



Ch. 25

The Great Depression and the New Deal (1929 – 1941)

Period 7

The U.S. and the World







Hoover Responds to the Great Depression

p. 679 - 686

Due Date:


Identifications:

□ hoovervilles

□ dust bowl

□ unemployment rates

□ Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC)

□ Bonus Army



LO 25.1: Discuss the impact of the Great Depression on the American economic system and on farmers, industrial workers, marginal workers, and middle class workers and families.

LO 25.2: Explain and evaluate the Hoover administration’s attempts to deal with the economic and human crises posed by the Great Depression.

FDR and the New Deal

p. 686 – 699

Due Date:


Identifications:

□ Pres. Franklin Delano Roosevelt

□ New Deal

□ Bank Holiday and the Emergency Banking Relief Act

□ fireside chats

□ First Hundred Days

□ brain trust

□ National Industrial Recovery Act (NIRA)

□ Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA)

□ National Recovery Administration (NRA)

□ Federal Relief Administration (FERA)

□ Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)

□ Public Works Administration (PWA)

□ deficit spending

□ American Liberty League

□ Dr. Francis Townsend

□ Huey P. Long

□ Eleanor Roosevelt

□ Frances Perkins

□ black cabinet

□ Second New Deal

□ Works Progress Administration (WPA)

□ Federal Writers Project (FWP) and slave narratives

□ Social Security Act

□ New Deal Coalition

□ National Labor Relations Act (Wagner – NLRA)

□ Committee for Industrial Organization (CIO)

□ United Auto Workers (UAW)



LO 25.3: Discuss the impact of FDR’s personal and professional experiences prior to 1932 on his political, social, and economic views, and examine the relationship between his political, social and economic views and his handling of the Great Depression

LO 25.4 Explain the practical and theoretical basis for the legislative enactments of the First New Deal (1933-1934) and the Second New Deal (1935-1939), and evaluate the effectiveness of each in solving the problems of the Great Depression.

LO 25.5: Examine the variety of criticisms leveled against the New Deal, and discuss the alternatives proposed.

Legacy of the New Deal

p. 699 - 709

Due Date:


Identifications:

□ Indian Reorganization Act (1934)

□ Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)

□ court packing

□ Roosevelt recession


LO 25.6 Discuss the extent to which the New Deal changed the relationship between the Federal government and the American citizens.

LO 25.7 Examine the impact of the New Deal on Afrircan Americans and Mexican Americans, and explain the response of these groups to the obstacles they faced.



Ch. 26 – Peacekeepers and Warmakers: Americans in the World

(1920 – 1941)

Period 7

The U.S. and the World




Prelude to War

p. 711 - 729

Due Date:


Identifications:

□ Washington Naval Conference

□ Kellogg-Briand Pact

□ Reciprocal Trade Agreements – most favored nation principle

□ Good Neighbor Policy

□ Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party

Benito Mussolini

□ fascism

□ Rome-Berlin Axis

Francisco Franco and the Spanish Civil War

□ appeasement and the Munich Agreement

□ isolationists

□ Neutrality Acts (1935, 1936 & 1937)

□ Joseph Stalin

□ nonaggression pact (Nazi-Soviet Pact)

□ Manchurian Crisis

□ Quarantine Speech


LO 26.1: Explain the ideas of internationalism and isolationism, and discuss how these ideas were manifested in the various attempts by America citizens and the American government to create a stable international order during the interwar years.


U.S. Entry in WW II

p. 729 – 737

Due Date:


Identifications:

□ Luftwaffe and blitzkrieg

Destroyers for Bases Deal

□ Lend-Lease Bill

□ Winston Churchill

□ Atlantic Charter

□ Pearl Harbor


LO 26.2: Discuss the foreign-policy ideas and diplomatic leadership of President Frankling Roosevelt from 1933 to the United States entry in the Second World War. Examine the erosion of American neutrality toward the war in Europe throughout the 1930s until December 7, 1941.



Ch. 27

The Second World War at Home and Abroad

(1941 – 1945)

Period 7

The U.S. and the World




The War

p. 739 - 744

p. 757 - 765

Due Date:



Identifications:

□ War in the Pacific

□ Gen. Douglas MacArthur

□ Bataan Death March

□ Doolittle Raid

□ Battle of Midway

□ “Europe First”

Tehran Conference

□ Operation Overlord: D-Day Invasion at Normandy

□ Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower

□ Battle of the Bulge

□ Yalta Conference

□ Pres. Harry Truman

□ Big 3


□ Potsdam Conference

□ island-hopping

□ Iwo Jima

□ kamikaze

□ unconditional surrender

□ Hiroshima and Nagasaki



LO 27.1: Discuss U.S. military strategy and major military operations in the Pacific theater that brought America to the verge of victory in 1945.

LO 27.2: Describe the military strategy and the military operations undertaken by the Allies in the European theater; discuss the disagreements that arose concerning strategy; explain the resolution of these disagreements.

LO 27.3: Explain and evaluate President Truman's decision to use the atomic bomb.

Home Front

p. 744 – 757

Due Date:


Identifications:

□ “arsenal of democracy

□ War Production Board

□ Manhattan Project

□ bracero

□ Rosie the Riveter

□ Office of Price Administration (OPA)

□ Office of War Information (OWI)

□ Zoot Suit Riots

□ Four Freedoms

□ Japanese Interment – Executive Order 9066

Korematsu v. U.S. (1944)

□ “Double V” campaign

□ Tuskegee Airmen

□ The Holocaust

Selective Service Act

□ Navajo Code Talkers

□ Women’s Army Corps (WACs)



LO 27.4: Examine the impact of the Second World War on American business and discuss and assess the role played by the federal government in the war effort.

LO 27.5: Discuss the impact of the Second World War on American civilians by examining the tensions between America’s democratic ideals and its wartime practices. Discuss specifically the civil liberties record of the U.S. government during the Second World War with regards to African Americans, Mexican Americans, women and Japanese Americans.



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