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HISTO-1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Social Cost, Ovra, Iron Ore
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First 100 days Banking regulation 4 day banking holiday GlassSteagall Banking act of 1933 Separate commercial, investment banking No stock market for commercial banks FDIC Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Insure custo...

History
HISTO-1130
J. Bobo
HISTO 1130 Lecture 1: 1/25/18 History

Lincoln got assassinated wtf? Andrew Johnson steps up to bat Restoration ! reconstruction May 1865: Proclamation of Amnesty Lincolns exemptions from political rights, PLUS those with taxable property over 20,000 People res...

History
HISTO-1130
J. Bobo
HISTO-1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: American Tobacco Company, Textile Industry, Rocky Mountains

Keaton Duwelius Prof. Bobo HISTO1140060 1 February 2018 The Myth of the New South Postwar south holds promise of real democracy; ideal of modeling it after the north and its industrial development South lost the war in par...

History
HISTO-1130
J. Bobo
HISTO-1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Pullman Company, Medicine Lodge Treaty, Pullman Strike

INDIAN WARS Native americans previously forced into the great plains and the mountains of the far west 1851: fort laramie treaty Temporarily successful 1860s1870s: war between native americans, angloamerican emigrants Indi...

History
HISTO-1130
J. Bobo
HISTO 1130 Lecture 4: 2/6/18 History

Popular culture in urban America Urban life changes how people spend their free time Only connected to nuclear family More disposable income = more mobility Middle, upper class families spend time together at home, playing...

History
HISTO-1130
J. Bobo
HISTO 1130 Lecture 5: 2/8/18 History

The gilded age: domestic politics The gilded age: 18651900 Politics redefined by localism Federal government insignificant in americans lives In cities, political rings Run by bosses Political machine Govern a towncity Con...

History
HISTO-1130
J. Bobo
HISTO 1130 Lecture 6: 2/13/18 History

Birth of the american empire American imperialism Response to european imperialism Carving up africa and asia Resources Fueling ports for navies International prestige No colonies = weakness Relationship with nationalism P...

History
HISTO-1130
J. Bobo
HISTO-1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Referendum Party, Scientific Management, Working Poor

The progressive era 18901920 Progressive reform efforts Alcohol consumption Womens right to vote Ending business and government corruption Making government more efficient Improving working, living conditions for the urban...

History
HISTO-1130
J. Bobo
HISTO-1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Alice Paul, Nineteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution, Progressive Era

Woodrow Wilson: the last of the progressives Social Justice Wilson reforms DO NOT extend to social justice Doesnt support federal suffrage Withholds support from federal child labor legislation Opposes bills that provide l...

History
HISTO-1130
J. Bobo
HISTO-1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Unrestricted Submarine Warfare, Sussex Pledge, Sulfur Mustard

Going over the top Commanders on both sides send troops over the top of the trenches in order to break through the enemy lines Hope to regain forward movement Attack other side with barrage of artillery, leave enemy in sho...

History
HISTO-1130
J. Bobo
HISTO-1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: F. Scott Fitzgerald, Wright Brothers, Roaring Twenties

1920s A decade of sharp extremes Economic prosperity Cultural experimentation Political conservatism Religious fundamentalism Modernism vs traditionalism The roaring 20s AKA the jazz age Cosmopolitan, urban America vs. pro...

History
HISTO-1130
J. Bobo
HISTO 1130 Lecture 12: 3/6/2018 History

The reactionary 1920s Religious civil war between fundamentalist, modernist, and protestants Modernist protestants accommodate evolution, take bible as representation of Gods wonders William Jennings Bryan turns movement i...

History
HISTO-1130
J. Bobo
HISTO 1110 Lecture 1: Western Civ to 1600 All Notes

Ancient Sumerians (Sumer) Modern day Iraq 30002000 BCE Tigris and Euphrates East and West Lack of papyrus for writing led to Cuneiform clay writing Similar to pyramids, they built stepped structures called Ziggurats. Organ...

History
HISTO-1110
Dallstream
HISTO-1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Clovis, New Mexico, Coastal Migration, North South Mrt Line

U.S. History until 1865 PreColumbian America 12,00030,000 years before Columbus set sail, people first migrated to the continent of America Theories of Origins ClovisFirst Theory and Coastal Migration Theory ClovisFirst A...

History
HISTO-1130
Paris
MATH-1428 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Square Number, Identity Matrix, Augmented Matrix
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MATH 1428 College Algebra With Applications 6.5 Inverse of Matrices Notes L. Sterling ...

Mathematics
MATH-1428
Freedy Nang

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