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Unit 9: Imperialism, Progressivism, and The Great War, 1890-1920

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Transcript of Unit 9: Imperialism, Progressivism, and The Great War, 1890-1920

Imperialism, Progressivism, and The Great War: 1890-1920
An increasingly pluralistic United States faced profound domestic and global challenges, debated the proper degree of government activism, and sought to define its international role.
Key Concept 7.1: Governmental, political, and social organizations struggled to address the effects of large-scale industrialization, economic uncertainty, and related social changes such as urbanization and mass migration.
Key Concept 7.3: Global conflicts over resources, territories, and ideologies renewed debates over the nation’s values and its role in the world, while simultaneously propelling the United States into a dominant international military, political, cultural, and economic position.
American Imperialism

Progressive Reform

The Great War and Foreign Policy

A New Frontier
...and Its Discontents
Shades of Neutrality
Unilateral Isolationism
1890 Census
End of the frontier
Frederick Jackson Turner
Frontier Thesis
Democracy and egalitarianism
Safety valve
Nationalism and individualism
No landed aristocracy
USS Maine, 1898
Spanish-American War
Philippine Insurrection
Emilio Aguinaldo
Unit IX Materials
Purpose: White Man's Burden
Unit IX Materials
Philippine War Cartoons
USS Maine
Yellow journalism (Hearst)
Paternalism/jingoism (Kipling)
S-A War
"Big Stick" Diplomacy
Theodore Roosevelt
Alfred T. Mahan
Roosevelt Corollary to Monroe Doctrine
"International police power"
Teller Amendment, 1898
Platt Amendment, 1901
Example 1
Example 2
Taft's Dollar Diplomacy
Diplomacy for commercial interests
Latin America
Panama Canal
Clayton-Bulwer Treaty, 1901
Completed 1914
Wilson's Interventionism
Spread and maintain democracy
Open Door Policy, 1899
Spheres of influence
Free trade
Progressive Era Speed Dating
Unit IX Materials
Progressive Era Speed Dating
Today: Complete your resume
Monday: Date night!
Improving Gvt. Processes
17th Amendment
Direct election of US Senators, 1913
19th Amendment
Women's suffrage, 1920
Extending Regulation
Teddy Roosevelt
Sherman Antitrust Act
Pure Food and Drug Act
Pro-active Government
Expanding Police and Welfare Functions
16th Amendment
Fed. income tax
18th Amendment
Conservation and Preservation
Growth of National Parks
Antiquities Act
Compare and contrast the goals and outcomes of Roosevelt's Square Deal and Woodrow Wilson's New Freedom.
The Supreme Court 1905-1923
Lochner v. NY, 1905
Invalidated workday laws
Mueller v. OR, 1908
Brandeis Brief
Adkins v. Children's Hospital, 1923
Post-19th Amendment
Thurs 2/8: Unit IX Exam
Progressive Movement
Roosevelt and Wilson
Reform movements
Foreign Policy
S-A War

Lusitania, 1915
Unrestricted submarine warfare, 1917
Naval arms race
Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, 1914
Zimmerman Note, 1917
"War to end all war..."
Post-WWI Foreign Policy
International investment
Peace treaties
Military intervention
Wilson's Fourteen Points
League of Nations
To what extent was the Treaty of Versailles a significant turning point in American foreign policy?
Unit IX Materials
Periodization: Treaty of Versailles
Open diplomacy
Freedom of the seas
National self-determination for oppressed minorities
International peacekeeping org.
The Constitution
Foreign entanglement
Henry Cabot Lodge
Failure to Ratify
The Big Four
GB, France, Italy, & US
Document 1
Document 2
Document 3
Document 4
Document 5
Remember, your reader...
1) Has the docs,
2) Is intelligent,
3) and knows nothing about the topic.
Bull Moose (Progressive) Party
1908-1912: William H. Taft
Election of 1912
D - Woodrow Wilson
R - Taft
Bull Moose - Roosevelt
Socialist - Eugene Debs
Unit IX Materials
Purpose: A World Safe for Democracy
Document A and Document B
Political and Legal Identity
War and Civil Liberties
First Red Scare
Committee on Public Information (CPI)
Sedition Act (1918)
Schenck v. United States (1919)
Bolshevik Revolution, 1917
Palmer Raids, 1919-1920
Sacco and Vanzetti, 1920
Immigration Restriction, 1924

Great Migration
Chicago Riot 1919
Unit IX Materials
WWI Webquest
Copy to individual folder
Complete individually
Unit IX Materials
Schenck Pamphlet
"In 1917, the US entered the Great War. Charles Schenck was _________, therefore, he believed ________________ (Doc 1, PoV).
Tues 2/6: Gball
Weds 2/7: MMQ Docs thru X
Tues 2/13: DBQ IX-X.A
Weds 2/14: MMQ Geo & Exp. 4
Thurs 2/15: THT X
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