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UTSGHIS271Y1Dr.Liamvan BeekWinter

America in the World War

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14 Feb 2011
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February 2nd 2011: what impact did the coming of war have on domestic reform movements, why was a country so concerned with expanding its empire in the
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UTSGHIS271Y1Dr.Liamvan BeekWinter

The Great Depression and the New Deal

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17 Feb 2011
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1928 election between al smith and herbert hoover.  smith, democrat, was a 4 time governor of new york, liberal in his thinking, very urban, catholic,
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UTSGHIS271Y1Dr.Liamvan BeekWinter

The "Roaring Twenties"

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14 Feb 2011
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 below the surface of unity and patriotism, there was a great deal of conflict. The inability of the war to resolve these conflicts left many american
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UTSGHIS271Y1Dr.Liamvan BeekWinter

The Progressive Era

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14 Feb 2011
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 think about what these new frontiers had in com mon.  the search for new frontiers was one way americans responded to the anxieties created by the i
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UTSGHIS271Y1Dr.Liamvan BeekWinter

New Frontiers

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14 Feb 2011
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Today: how people responded to the changes discussed last lecture. In particular, we"re going to look at nature, technology, and empire. Late 1800s was
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UTSGHIS271Y1Dr.Liamvan BeekWinter

The Gilded Age

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14 Feb 2011
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 gilded age: came from the title of a book called the gilded age: a tale of today.  excess, what is beautiful on the outside may not necessarily be b
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UTSGHIS271Y1Dr.Liamvan BeekFall

A Nation in Crisis: The American Civil War

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14 Feb 2011
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The civil war did two things: succeeded in uniting the states together in a common national purpose. Intensified the divisions within the states, but t
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UTSGHIS271Y1Dr.Liamvan BeekFall

Lecture #1 Introduction; America Since 1607

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15 Nov 2011
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UTSGHIS271Y1Dr.Liamvan BeekWinter

Democracy, a moment?

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19 Apr 2011
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1992  francis fukayama argued that after the collapse of the soviet union, western liberal democracy is the last form of human government.  marx theo
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UTSGHIS271Y1Dr.Liamvan BeekFall

Lecture note

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18 Apr 2011
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1st-->financial gains--> believed they could find a passage way to asia. Mercantilism--> wealth was measured in gold and silver. One nation pinned agai
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Territorial Expansion and Sectional Conflict

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14 Feb 2011
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 on top of industrialization and urbanization, immigration, expansion, and slavery are also adding to sectional conflict. 1790-1840 the population in
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HIS271Y1 Lecture Notes - Party System, Chesapeake Affair, Embargo Act Of 1807

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14 Feb 2011
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Federalists emphasized the strong, centralized government, suspicious of democracy, argued for loose interpretation of the constitution, alexander hami
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