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Survey of United States History II

by: Roxanne Reinger

Survey of United States History II HIST 2020

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Roxanne Reinger on Wednesday September 23, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to HIST 2020 at Middle Tennessee State University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 8 views. For similar materials see /class/213097/hist-2020-middle-tennessee-state-university in History at Middle Tennessee State University.


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Date Created: 09/23/15
Test l Review Sheet Here is a list of the central questions from each of the lectures that will be covered in the midterm l have condensed a few and eliminated a few others I will draw test questions from this list This does not include questions from the primary documents which I will also test on including inclass documents we discussed such as Muller v Oregon and Wilson s War Speech I will also draw multiple choice questions from related lecture material New SouchReconstruction How did Civil War and Reconstruction transform the economy and society of the South What was the image of the quotNew South and how did it compare to the reality of the post war South How and why did the South get locked into a cycle of rural poverty industrial America and Gilded Age Politics What factors caused the US s rapid industrial growth and what role did the government play in that growth How did the big businessmen justify their wealth Carnegie Gould and Sumner Labor and Immigration How did the nature of labor change during this period and what impacts did this change have on the lives of workers What brought immigrants to the United States pushpull What were the strengths and weaknesses of capital and labor as they clashed What strategies did each employ West 0 How was the West connected to the industrial Northeast I quot quotc39 4 mm was me result Jim Crow and lmgerialism How did race and gender interact in the rise ofJim Crow and empire How did Americans reconcile their racial ideologies and imperialism with the Constitution In what ways did resistance toJim Crow and imperialism use racial arguments Progressivism Illhati 39 39 PW What issues were progressives most concerned with and how did they address these issues


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