Nathan Guzman-5th Period
A Coggle Diagram about Chapter 4-Section 2 -New technologies began a transformation of a society that has helped shape the world we live in today., (Chapter 13 Section 1- A movement to end decades of mistreatment of African American took hold during this era., People wanted to end discrimination in public schools. A group of parents sued their school board and it became known as Brown v. Board of Education., A judge ordered a school in Little Rock, Arkansas to allow black students. The town didn't want to so they had the National Guard stop the students from entering. The Government had to send in Federal troops to allow them to enter. and After World War II African Americans started to demand more civil rights. This would lead to protests), Chapter 5 Section 1-Immigrants to the United States brought with them the cultural heritage of their homelands., Chapter 6 Section 1- Individuals and groups worked to remedy what they believed to be unjust and unfair conditions and policies., Chapter 6 Section 2-Women joined together for their social,political,and economic rights., Chapter 7 Section 2-By spreading its influence to Asia and the Pacific, the United States solidified its position as a world leader., Chapter 7 Section 3-The United States emerged from the Spanish- American War as a world power with the colonies in the Caribbean and Pacific, Chapter 8 Section 1-World War 1 was a catastrophe that was many years in the making., Chapter 5 Section 2-Immigrants and rural Americans migrated to the rapidly growing cities for jobs and opportunity., Chapter 4 Section 4- Industrial created a large group of workers and also difficult working conditions.The result was the beginnings of the labor movement., Chapter 4-Section 1 -Railroads transformed the economy and geography of the U.S. in the late 1800's, Chapter 7 Section 4-The complex relationship between the United States and its neighbors to the south was largely forged in the early years of the twentieth century., Chapter 7 Section 1-During the late 1800's, the U.S. built the foundation for its role as a economic and political leader., Chapter 4 Section 3- Industrial expansion was made possible by the development of new business practices and organizations-though there was a cost to the new way of doing business., Chapter 10 Section 2-The New Deal involved government in social and economic concerns and changed the way government relates to its citizens., Chapter 10 Section 3- The Great Depression affected the lives of millions of people, especially on the Great Plains, where terrible drought added to the misery., Chapter 10 Section 4- People still debate the impact of the New Deal on the depression and on the nation overall., Chapter 11 Section 1-In the 1030's, the hostile actions of aggressive world leaders helped lead the whole world into a war., Chapter 11 Section 2-War began in Europe, and the United States found itself drawn in- despite the widespread desire for neutrality., Chapter 11 Section 3- Getting ready for and fighting World War II brought out the best in the people of the United States., Chapter 11 Section 4- With a determined effort, the Allies stopped the Axis Powers in Europe-but not before the Nazis murdered millions in the Holocaust., Chapter 11 Section 5- Allied victories forced the Japanese to surrender unconditionally, ending World War II., Chapter 12 Section 1-The tensions that emerged after World War II led to a conflict that dominated U.S. foreign policy for decades., Chapter 12 Section 2- Government efforts to address the economic, political, and social problems of the Cold War era changed the nation.
, Chapter 12 Section 3- The Korean War tested how far the United States was willing to go to stop the spread of communism around the world.
, Chapter 12 Section 4-While Cold War tensions lingered in the background, the United States built a new kind of society after the war. and Chapter 10 Section 1-The Great Depression caused widespread suffering, and it changed the way people thought abount themselves and their government.