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HIST 0865 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Truman Doctrine, Manifest Destiny, Percentages Agreement

10/9 Origins of the Cold War Why did it start? No right answer Concern about the spread of ideology Fear of the unknown Nuclear weapons Major argument: The Cold War is best understood as an ideological ...

History
HIST 0865
Eric J Perinovic
HIST 0865 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Nicholas Ii Of Russia, Saint Petersburg, Mensheviks

9/20 Communism Major Argument: The Russian Revolution shows us that the historical tensions between ideology and practicality are not confined to empire and capitalism. Key terms : Vladimir Lenin, the New Economic Poli...

History
HIST 0865
Eric J Perinovic
HIST 0865 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Monroe Doctrine, Manifest Destiny, Theodore Roosevelt

9/11 The Dawn of the American Century? Major Argument: Rather than thinking about the 20th Century as the beginning of the United States status as a superpower, we must think about the ways that the United States grew a...

History
HIST 0865
Eric J Perinovic
HIST 0865 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Article 231 Of The Treaty Of Versailles, Nazism, Antisemitism

9/25 Fascism and Nazism Fascism definition Dictator/authoritarian Centralized state Nationalist Racism Major Argument Fascism and nazism provided the major challenges to the established postwar Euro...

History
HIST 0865
Eric J Perinovic
HIST 0865 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Article 231 Of The Treaty Of Versailles, League Of Nations Mandate, Free Trade

9/18 Revolutions Major Argument The settlement of World War 1 marked the beginning of the end for empires, even though it was designed by, and in many cases meant to strengthen empires Key Terms Woodrow ...

History
HIST 0865
Eric J Perinovic
HIST 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Nuclear Weapon, Victory In Europe Day, North African Campaign

Test: Short answer- identification--- need to know why significant Essay- pull together two lectures (example: what were the causes of the depression and what did the new deal do to address them?) Use pow...

History
HIST 1102
Bryant Simon
HIST 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Eleanor Roosevelt, Herbert Hoover, Hooverville

N ew Deal 1. Election of 1932 a. Herbert Hoover loses i. He wanted to keep going with what they were doing ii. No gov’t involvement in economy iii. Ho...

History
HIST 1102
Bryant Simon
HIST 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Spoils System

1. World War I a. Why did the US get involved? i. US and start of the war in 1914 1. President Woodrow Wilson (D) declares that the US will be “neutral...

History
HIST 1102
Bryant Simon
HIST 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Man-Hour, Second Industrial Revolution

1. Recap – Wilson, Progressivism, and World War I a. Wilson is a Progressive, which means? b. Evidence of Progressivism c. Slashed tariff rates that protected monopolies d. Passed the first ...

History
HIST 1102
Bryant Simon
HIST 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Industrial Revolution, World War I, Underconsumption

The Great Depression and the Start of the New Deal, 1929-1935 1. Statistical Overview of the Great Depression a. GNP falls by 29% b. Manufacturing falls by 54% c. Construction falls by ...

History
HIST 1102
Bryant Simon
HIST 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Premarital Sex

KKK and the 1920’s 1. Values of Tradition a. Belief in religion b. Belief in staying in groups c. etc 2. Examples of Nativism a. Anti-immigration ...

History
HIST 1102
Bryant Simon
HIST 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Eight-Hour Day, Social Darwinism, Human Waste

1. Intro on Change/Disorder a. Industrial capitalism as change (1877 and 1914) – each creates DISORDER i. From independent farmers (in island communities) to market- ...

History
HIST 1102
Bryant Simon
HIST 1102 Lecture 7: New People_New Cities

New People/New Cities 1. Era: 1877 and 1914, the US, which had been a largely rural nation, becomes an Urban nation 2. Things to keep in mind: a. Lessons of Capitalism b. Larger marke...

History
HIST 1102
Bryant Simon
HIST 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Homestead Acts, Social Darwinism

Expanding the Market and Growing the Nation, 1877-1914 Things to keep in mind: a. A brief look at us expansion, not new b. Lessons of Industrial Capitalism, markets/cheap goods c. Industri...

History
HIST 1102
Bryant Simon
HIST 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Per Capita Income, Typewriter, Strike Action

Knitting Together A Nation – a National Economy (Built around Industry not Agriculture), 1877-1914 1. Lessons about Capitalism a. Capitalists always want bigger markets b. Capitalists always wa...

History
HIST 1102
Bryant Simon

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