Nigel Haye - 1st Period
A Coggle Diagram about Chapter 12-4 -It matters because While Cold War tensions lingered in the background, the United States built a new kind of society after the war.
, Chapter 7-4-It matters because 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 7-2- It matters because By spreading its influence to Asia and the Pacific, the United States solidified its position as a world leader.
, Chapter 4-1 It matters because Railroads transformed the economy and geography if the US in the late 1800s
, Chapter 12-3 - It matters because The Korean War tested how far the United States was willing to go to stop the spread of Communism around the world.
, Chapter 12-2 - It matters because Government efforts to address the economic, political, and social problems of the Cold War era changed the nation.
, Chapter 6-2 It matters because women joined together to work for their social, political, and economic rights.
, Chapter 6-3 It matters because in the Progressive Era, presidents made efforts to regulate business and protect the environment.
, Chapter 6-4 - It matters because Groups and organizations formed during the Progressive Era to meet the needs of minority groups.
, Chapter 7-1 - It matters because During the late 1800s, the U.S. built the foundation for its role as a world economic and political leader.
, Chapter 12-1 - It matters because The tensions that emerged after World War II led to a conflict that dominated U.S. foreign policy for decades.
, Chapter 11-5 - It matters because Allied victories forced the Japanese to surrender unconditionally, ending World War II.
, Chapter 4-3 - It matters because 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 business.
, Chapter 7-3- It matters because the United States emerged from the Spanish-American War as a world power with colonies in the Caribbean and Pacific.
, Chapter 4-4 - It matters because Industrialization created a large group of workers and also difficult working conditions. The result was the beginnings of the labor movement.
, Chapter 4-2 - It matters because new technologies began a transformation of society that has helped shape the world we live in today.
, Chapter 11-4 - It matters because With a determined effort, the Allies stopped the Axis Powers in Europe-but not before the Nazis murdered millions in the Holocaust.
, (Chapter 8-5 - It matters because the end of World War 1 touched off a vigorous debate about the proper role of the United States in the world.
, (Chapter 9-1 - It matters because Postwar adjustments in American Society produced tensions and conflict.
and (Chapter 9-2 - It matters because Searching for ¨normalcy¨, the American people turned to pro business and isolation leadership.
, (Chapter 9-3 - It matters because New ways of making products helped change the way people lived their lives.
and (Chapter 9-4 - It matters because The 1920s was a period of many social and cultural changes but it was also a period of conflict between traditional and modern values.
), Chapter 10-1 - It matters because the Great Depression caused widespread suffering, and it changed the way people thought about themselves and their government.
, Chapter 11-3 - It matters because Getting ready for and fighting World War II brought out the best in the people of the United States.
, Chapter 10-3 - It matters because The Great Depression affected the lives of millions of people, especially on the Great Plains, where terrible drought added to the misery.
, Chapter 10-4 - It matters because People still debate the impact of the New Deal on the Depression and on the nation overall.
, Chapter 11-1 - It matters because In the 1930s, the hostile actions of aggressive world leaders helped lead the whole world into war.
, Chapter 11-2 - It matters because - War began in Europe, and the United States found itself drawn in- despite the widespread deisre for neutrality.
(Chapter 8-1 - It matters because World War 1 was a catastrophe that was many years in the making.
(Chapter 8-3 It matters because The United States helped bring an end to the terrible destruction of World War 1.
)), (Chapter 13-1 - It matters because a movement to end decades of mistreatment of African Americans took hold during this era.
and (Chapter 13-2 - It matters because New Frontier and Johnson's Great Society made sweeping change to American society.
and (Chapter 13-3 - It matters because the successes of the civil rights movement could not prevent tragedy and the spread of less peaceful protests.
(Chapter 10-2 - It matters because The new involved government in social and economic concerns and changed the way government relates to its citizens.
), ( (Chapter 8-4 - It matters because the war effort demonstrated the American people´s ability to work hard and make sacrifices.
)), Chapter 6-1 - It matters because Individuals and groups worked to remedy what they believed were unjust and unfair conditions and policies.
(Chapter 5-2 - It matters because Immigrants and rural Americans migrated to the rapidly growing cities for jobs and opportunity.
), Chapter 5-1 - It matters because Immigrants to the United States brought with them the cultural heritage of their homelands.
, ( ( ( ( (Chapter 8-2 - It matters because The United States found it was unable to pursue its goal of neutrality, and the country eventually entered to World War 1.