kyle grant period (chapter 6 section 2- women joined together to work for…
kyle grant period (chapter 6 section 2- women joined together to work for social political and economic rights, chapter 4 section 1- railroads transformed the economy and geography of the us in the late 1800, chapter 4 section 2- new technologies began a transform of society that has helped shape the world we live in today, chapter 5 section 1 - immigrants to the united states brought with them cultural heritage of their homelands, chapter 5 section 2- immigrants and rural americans migrated to the rapidly growing cities and jobs and opportunity., chapthe 6 section 1 -indviduals and groups worked to remedy what they belived were unjust and unfair conditions and policies, chapter 7 section 1- during the late 1800s, the U.S. built the foundation for its role as a world economic and political leader., chapter 7 section 2-by spreding its influnes to asia and the pasiffi the united states soliddifie its position as a world leader, chapter 7 section 3- The United States emerged from the Spanish-American War as a world power with colonies in the Caribbean and Pacific., 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
, 8-1 world war i was a actastrophe that was many years in the makeing, 8-2 The United States found it was unable to pursue its goal of neutrality, and the country eventually entered World War I., 8-3 The United States helped bring an end to the terrible destruction of World War I., 8-4 The war effort demonstrated the American people's ability to work hard and make sacrifices., 8-5 The end of World War I touched off a vigorous debate about the proper role of the United States in the world., 9-1 Postwar adjustments in American society produced tensions and conflict., 9-2Searching for "normalcy," the American people turned to probusiness and isolationist leadership., 9-3 New ways of making products helped change the way people lived their lives., 9-4 The 1920s was a period of many social and cultural changes but it was also a period of conflict between traditional and modern values.
, 10-1 The Great Depression caused widespread suffering, and it changed the way people thought about themselves and their government.
, 10-2 The New Deal involved government in social and economic concerns and changed the way government relates to its citizens.
, 10-4People still debate the impact of the New Deal on the Depression and on the nation overall., 10-3 The Great Depression affected the lives of millions of people, especially on the Great Plains, where terrible drought added to the misery.
, 11-1 In the 1930s, the hostile actions of aggressive world leaders helped lead the whole world into war., 11-2 War began in Europe, and the United States found itself drawn in-despite the widespread desire for neutrality., 11-3 Getting ready for and fighting World War II brought out the best in the people of the United States., 11-4 With a determined effort, the Allies stopped the Axis Powers in Europe—but not before the Nazis murdered millions in the Holocaust.
, 13-1 A movement to end decades of mistreatment of African Americans took hold during this era., 13-2 Kennedy's New Frontier and Johnson's Great Society made sweeping changes to American society., 13-3 The successes of the civil rights movement could not prevent tragedy and the spread of less peaceful protests.
, 13-4 The civil rights movement inspired women and groups such as Latinos, Native Americans, and disabled Americans to organize and push for equal rights., 14-1 The fear of communism in the 1960s created tension around the world and greatly influenced America's foreign policy., 14-2 The United States entered Vietnam in an attempt to fight the spread of communism in Southeast Asia., 14-3 The Vietnam War caused strain within the United States and between the United States and other nations., 14-4 The Vietnam War took a heavy toll on America's soldiers and their families. It also changed the social and political climate in the United States., (chapter 4 section 3-industrial expansion was made possible in part by the development of new business practices and organizations though there were costs to the new way of doing things), chapter 4 section 4-industrialization created a large group of workers and also difficult working conditions. the result was the beginning of the labor movement)