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ECON 113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Puritans, George Whitefield, Navigation Acts

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Settlement on north america began 15,000 years ago across the bering strait from. In new mexico: anasazi built pueblos, jewelry, pottery. In new york,
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ECON 113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Works Progress Administration, Insider Trading, Limited Government

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1932: emergency relief and construction act allows rfc to loan mil to the states as relief. March 4th, 1933: fdr takes office as banks, farms, factorie
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ECON 113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Hooverville, Douglas Macarthur, Bonus Army

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Depressions in america: mid-1890s, resolved by globalization and immigration, 1930s, wwi + restrictionist legislation halts immigration. Effects of the
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ECON 113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Clarence Darrow, National Industrial Recovery Act, Frances Perkins

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Homestead act: provided settlers 160 acres of public land. Pacific railroad act: promoted the construction of a transnational railroad by giving govern
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ECON 113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Bretton Woods Conference, Bretton Woods System, American Liberty League

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Who supported the naacp uncle-by-marriage was president theodore roosevelt fiscally conservative opposed deposit insurance indifferent to the national
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ECON 113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 0-1: Subprime Mortgage Crisis, Henry L. Stimson, Herbert H. Lehman

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Increasing public works supporting agricultural prices creating new mortgage markets shortening the working day and week regulating securities restorin
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ECON 113 Chapter 6: Colonial America by Alan Taylor: West Indies and Carolina

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West indies: set of fertile subtropical islands that framed the caribbean sea in an arc northward from south america and then westward beneath florida.
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ECON 113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: David Gerber, Alien And Sedition Acts, Emergency Quota Act

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United states of america: formed through allegiance to a constitution. Three waves of voluntary international migration that reconfigured the populatio
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ECON 113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Farm Credit System, Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Herbert Hoover

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1916: federal land bank system is established as a network of banks to provide farm mortgages. Served as secretary of commerce under coolidge. The pled
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ECON 113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Tennessee Valley Authority, Public Works Administration, David E. Lilienthal

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Northeast: industrial economy, great banks & manufacturing corporations. Public works administration lowered prices by competing with private companies
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ECON 113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Proletarianization, New World Crops, Primogeniture

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From the international migrant"s perspective voluntary migration: a choice made by immigrants to mobilize resources to move and resettle into a new soc
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ECON 113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: United States Congress Joint Immigration Commission, Magnuson Act, Emergency Quota Act

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California seized in the mexican-american war (1846- 48) 1840s gold rush attracts european, chinese, and south american immigrants. 1870: post-boom eco
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