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Progressivism for A. A

by: Emily Beasley

Progressivism for A. A HIST 112 009

Emily Beasley
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Progressivism for African Americans
United States History since 1865
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Emily Beasley on Friday March 18, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HIST 112 009 at University of South Carolina taught by Foxworth in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 17 views. For similar materials see United States History since 1865 in History at University of South Carolina.


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Date Created: 03/18/16
Progressivism for African Americans • Plessy v. Ferguson o Separate but equal o Legitimized southern segregation laws • Ida B. Wells and anti-lynching o Not tied to rape, but power o Black women organized • Great Migration to north Booker T. Washington • Racial uplift as strategy for achieving social equality • “cast down your bucket where you are” • Particularly influential with middle-class • Strong advocate of industrial education Progressivism for African Americans • Niagra movement- 1905 • Formed to oppose segregation and disenfranchisement • Opposed the ideas of booker t. Washington • NAACP 1909 WEB DuBoid, Ida B. Wells, and other • Local branches investigate racial conditions around the country • The crisis America Becomes a World Power • Media rich communications in America in the 20 century 29min Roosevelt’s International Politics • Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine o Monroe Doctrine 1823 European powers stay out of Western Hemisphere or else o Roosevelt renews and extends to threaten intervention if Latin Americans countries do not act “with decency” • Big stick diplomacy o Diplomacy should work o US has a powerful military if it needs to use it o Puts the USC on an international stage o Also used to reinforce power in Latin America Taft: Dollar Diplomacy • Handpicked to run by T. R • Dollar Diplomacy o Designed to create and enforce commercial treaties in Western Hemisphere o “Financial missionary work” Wilson: Reluctant Progressive • Wins due to split republican vote • Less concerned with foreign affairs, but with moral obligations • Doesn’t initially see himself as a progressive but champions some reforms


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