Self-Making and Self-Help - Coggle Diagram
Self-Making and Self-Help
Marco Rubio talking about how his parents had a "hard-work ethic"
Theodore Roosevelt gives advice to people on how to work hard and live a fruitful life similar to himself.
American Values "Hector St. John de Crevecoeur "What is an American""
Raid at Harpers Ferry
A Plea for Captain John Brown "Thoreau", compares Captain John Brown to Christ
Thoreau (negative view on government
, take change into your own hands
Declaration of Independence created by Thomas Jefferson and many others "When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another"
The Constitution was created by many men including John Adams, and others
"Big Stick Diplomacy" ideology with Theodore Roosevelt
New England Primer
Trials of Phillis Wheatley (used by pro and anti slavery advocates to support whether a "black" person was capable of making these poems)
Booker T Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois clashing ideologies on how to tackle slavery being more "aggressive and take charge".
W.E.B. Du Bois clashing ideologies on how to tackle slavery being more educated
Malcom X and his ideology on segregating whites and blacks (not speaking to white people)
Martin Luther King Jr. and his ideology on bringing blacks and whites together
Women in Public "Sui Sin Fair" by Edith Maude Eaton
New Feminine Ideal in 1920's "The Flapper"
Freedom to think for yourself
Rational thinking "Thomas Paine in Common Sense"
Puritan Thinking "John Winthrop in A Model of Christian Charity"
Salem Witch Trials, particularly involving Anne Hutchinson who was a charismatic spiritual leader accursed of being a witch
Rowlandson survives capture as the sole survivor
Marx wrote the Communist Manifesto in 1848 "The discovery of America, the rounding of the Cape, opened up fresh ground for the rising bourgeoisie."
Unions created during periods such as the industrial revolution
Monopolized by Henry Ford, gave many people jobs and helped unemployment rates
Henry Ford monopolizes the motor vehicle
"Babbit" by Sinclair Lewis talks about the struggles and ideals of the middle class. "He made nothing in particular , neither butter nor shoes nor poetry, but he was nimble in the calling of selling houses for more than people could afford to pay."
Ralph G. Martin in "Life in the New Suburbia" "Our development sprang up-and there are dozens like it in long island" -Ralph G. Martin
Working out, eating right, being healthy
Charlotte Perkins Gillman in "The Yellow Wall-paper" and how her emotional health is taken into consideration at the time of this paper
Dale Carnegie in "How to Win Friends and Influence People" "Talk to someone about themselves and they’ll listen for hours.” -Dale Carnegie
Theodore Roosevelt on the "American Boy," how the American boy should be a good male model similar to how he views himself.
Henry Ford monopolizes the machinery industry with technology such as cars
"Lost time is never found again" -Benjamin Franklin
Jenny O'Dell in "Surviving Usefulness" on how people shouldn't overwork themselves and engage too much in "hustle culture." "Nothing is harder than to do nothing." -Jenny O'Dell