Progressivism for A. A
Progressivism for A. A HIST 112 009
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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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