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STUDY GUIDE midterm HIST 1200 (History, Steven Watts, Survey of American History Since 1865)

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Survey of American History Since 1865
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Study Guide for History 1200 MIDTERM Terms from all the lectures in order of lectures Market revolution Household economy task orientated work time oriented work paternalism selfmade man self control domesticity Sylvester Graham Catherine Beecher Treatise on Domestic Economy Christian Gentleman True woman St Monday Temperance Republican party free labor Ostend Manifesto Paternalism Plantation Novels ll Uncle Tom s Cabin George Fitzhugh Cannibals All slavery in the territoriesquot Bleeding Kansas Mass production Singer Sewer Company total warquot Andrew Johnson Radical Republicans Thaddeus Stevens Freedman s Bureau Rutherford B Hayes Samuel Tilden Compromise of 1877 The New South Henry Grady KKK Crop Lien System Jim Crow Laws Transcontinental Railroad Oklahoma Land Rush Horatio Alger Andrew Carnegie gospel of wealthquot Confidence man Jay Gould industrial capitalism Tramp Culturequot Kosher food riot Pullman Strike Share cropping the grange National Farmer s alliance the people s party tom Watson National s Railroad strike Haymarket Riot Homestead Strike Coxey s army Knights of labor Eugene V Debs American Federation of Labor Samuel Gompers Scientific Racism Henry Cabot Lodge Race Suicidequot Theodore Roosevelt Monopoly capitalism Charles Schwab Standard Time Herbert Spencer Liberal Protestantism Neurthenia George M Beard Depression of 1893 Spanish American War Men of Dartmouthquot civil religion Theodore Roosevelt yellow pressquot William McKinley the Philippines Admiral George Dewey Emilio Aguinaldo Rough Ridersquot William James Mark Twain Credit Mobilier Trust Bossism Tammany Hall George Washington Plunkitt Muckrackers Ida Tarbell Lincoln Steffens Initiative and Referendum Robert Lafollette Square Dealquot National Civic Federation New Nationalismquot Consumer Capitalism Corporate Liberalism Selffulfillment Bureaucracies Woodrow Wilson War Industries Board Selective Service Act George Creel Committee on public informationquot League of nations Treaty of Versailles Chicago Race Riots Red Scarequot A Mitchell Palmer Scientific Management Fredrick Winslow Taylor Time and motion Studies Hawthorne Experiments Industrial Psychology Elton Mayo American Federation of Labor Samuel Gompers Protective Legislation Triangle Shirtwaist Fire National War Labor Board Internationals Workers of the World Henry Ford Selffulfillment personality H H abundancequot Dale Carnegie How to win friends and in uence people Domestic Science good housekeeping Bruce Barton the man nobody knows Sinclair LewisBabbitt prohibition Billy Sunday scopes trial KKK Sacco and Vanzetti lost generationquot appers Marcus Garvey Black Nationalism Harlem Renaissance Langston Hughes Louis Armstrong Bessie Smith Nineteenth Century America Society and culture The market revolution in early 1900s was a social and economic system Was an arrangement of life where people try to get self interest Goods service and work was a monetary value of life People confront and interact as free individuals Taskorientated vs work orientated Paternalism was rule of life Victorian culture 0 Self control 0 Self made man 0 Domesticity 0 Christian gentleman and true woman Working class defended old ways of the farmers resisted market Trauma of the Civil War Northern states 0 Victorian 0 Republican party 0 Individualism 0 Free labor Southern states 0 Dominated by planter elite 0 Cotton kingdom o Ostend manifesto o Paternalism Plantation novels painted south as happy after the war Clash of social and cultural systems and Victorianism vs paternalism North viewed the south as a violator of Victorian ideas Uncle tom s cabin vs Cannibals All War brought on by western expansion Bleeding Kansas Election of 1860 North s win gives an economic boost mass production South is destructed The ordeal of Reconstruction Race Reconstruction and the market Lincoln puts a rough outline of reconstruction Endorsed by Andrew Johnson Moderate reconstructionforgiveness and trying to get the country together fast as possible Radical reconstruction want to impeach Iohnson Freedman s bureau o What is used to put the country back together 0 Military government 0 Revenge against the south for violating Victorians o All racial equality but wanted slaves to stay in the south Business panic of 1873 Presidential election of 1876 0 Samuel Tilden o Rutherford B Hayes 0 Compromise of 1877 KKK Lynching Crop Lien laws Iim crow Laws The incorporation of America 1 Capital and labor in the gilded age Three areas of change 0 American west growth of cities and factory system Transcontinental railroad Production was maximized production for a profit Growth of larger than life businessman Dominant culture 0 Horatio Alger 0 Andrew Carnegie 0 Jay Gould Working class is responding to industrial capitalism Problems with industrial Tramp culture The crisis of Bourgeois Society the racial specter By 1890 American society is in a state of crisisgt thought that Victorian ideas are becoming irrelevant The idea of farmer has changed from 18th to 19th century Populist movement Labor discontent 0 Lots of strikes national railroad strike Radicals and unions 0 Samuel Gompers and American federation of labor Late Victorian culture the crisis of gentility Victorian business man start to question themselves Fear of the southern Europeans Scientific racism southern Europeans are inferior Theodore Roosevelt 0 Race suicide 0 Urged Victorians to have families Monopoly capitalism 0 Big companies big factories and big bureaucracies working together Standard time Herbert spencer argued that the pinnacle of evolution is a modern business man Growing unhappiness with Victorian creeds Suggesting that self control is a problem that men and women are becoming a shell Liberal Protestantism 0 Going to church was social event 0 Caused people to question selfcontrol if they were already going to heaven for being a good person Neurasthenia o Nervousness and anxiety among Victorians o Believed it was a re ection of being soft o Victorians believed it was swiping the nation Regenerating the Dominant Culture 1 Imperialism Depression of 1893no one had seen something like this in history before Spanish American war 0 America s first foreign war 0 Victorians saw this as a way to regenerate Victorian people Strenuous life 0 Victorians worried about the collapse of their culture 0 Theodore Roosevelt indorsed it 0 Physical fitness I Not just about recreation I College football I Men of Dartmouth 0 Military values I Civil religion I Memorial day I Made easy to support Spanish American war War fever with Spanish American war 0 USS Maine 0 Yellow press 0 Creating American empire 0 Philippines I US didn t really know what to do with it I Revolution for independence but then put down by US 0 Ethnical and racial crusade T Roosevelt I Rough riders O There was a revitalization with the Spanish American war Alienation of intellectuals Regenerating the Dominant Culture 11 Progressivism Progressive is part of the drive to revitalize Victorians Business corruption of political process 0 Credit mobiler trust 0 Bossism o Tammany hall 0 Muckrakers 0 Problem of radicalism rise of socialism Progressive platforms start to rise in 1890s National and local level of progressivism Local 0 Distrustful of urban o Antitrust movement 0 Initiative and referendum 0 Robert Lafollettehead of local progressivism National 0 Educated middle class in big cities 0 City managers 0 Civil service reform at all levels 0 Corporate regulation 0 Theodore Roosevelt became president and put some these into action Both 0 Bureaucracy in government 0 Sense of crisis in that country was coming apart 0 All government should be active Corporate liberalism Over Here World War I and the triumph of corporate liberalism Number of shifts that were brought 0 Economics toward consumer capitalism 0 Politics toward corporate liberalism 0 Culture toward self fulfillment 0 Social toward bureaucracies Many in the 20th century deemed war barbaric Woodrow Wilson gt 1912 election Wilson was pro English which is what helped with helping the allies before US was in war War industries board A lot of effort put toward Americans supporting the war 0 George creel League of Nations and treaty of Versailles Chicago race riots Red scare The Incorporation of America 11 Capitol and Labor in Modern America Scientific management Reorganization of factory labor to be more efficient o Fredrick Winslow Taylor 0 Believed that workers should not have to think very hard about work 0 Time and motion studies 0 Industrial psychology Elton mayo I Psyche was important in the work place made workers more important Samuel Gompers and American Federation of Labors AFL o Rejected socialism 0 Wanted better wage conditions and hours Protective legislation 0 Created because of the triangle waist shirt fire 0 Consisted of owners of factories and reps for the workers of the factories o WWI played a part in the idea that the workers would not strike as long as they had representation at the meetings I National War Labor Board 0 AFL was even more popular 0 AFL accepts scientific management in return for better wages hours and conditions Not all working people accepted AFL tradeoff Radical unionism o Worker control of industry 0 Organize all workers 0 Factory sabotage From salvation to selfrealization the birth of consumer culture Henry ford 0 Wanted his car to be own by everyone 0 Automobile was a cultural symbol 0 Assembly line Question of how to get people to consume 0 Had to change original culture of save and thrift Switch from selfcontrol to self fulfillment 0 Happy through consuming 0 Economic and personal growth were one in the same 0 Abundance 0 Personality charisma attractive and emphasis on personal life Connection from the middle class to the consumer 0 Nature of workbusiness was like working in a factory 0 Work in big companies was not satisfying 0 Learning social skills was important Consumer goods are seen everywhere Word liberation is used a lot like freedom from life Ideal to be youthful and efficiency Advertising is the embodiment of consumer culture 1910s ads change drastically ex messages of attractiveness not usefulness or durability Bruce Barton embodied the people of this time The uneasy decade bibles bohemians and black pride Sinclair Lewis 0 Wrote a book called Babbitt o Became a colloquialism with Babbitty to describe abundance of consumerism selfsatisfied Prohibition passed in 1918 Upsurge of fundamental religion 0 Underlines self control 0 Billy Sunday Scopes Trial Resurgence of KKK Sacco and Vanzetti 0 Left said it was a set up 0 Right said it was justice Cultural descentgt the lost generation Black culture 0 Harlem renaissance 0 Black nationalism I Black capitalism I Situation for blacks was bad and was not going to improve if they depended on whites I Crave a niche out for black culture Three times that talked about Aftermath of the civil war and reconstruction o How Victorian culture became dominant Crisis with Victorian culture 0 From within and the problems from below Death of Victorian culture and rise of culturalism


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