AP U.S. History For Dummies (For Dummies (History, Biography by Greg Velm

By Greg Velm

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6. Transformation of the Economy and Society in Antebellum America: The United States settles down to raise a family. The start of industrialization and changes in social and class structures. How steamboats, trains, and canals created a national market economy. Immigration and reactions against it from nativists. Planters, independent farmers, and slaves in the South grow cotton. 7. Transformation of Politics in Antebellum America: The development of the second party system. , and states’ rights debates.

Roosevelt, Taft, and Wilson as Progressive presidents. The beginnings of municipal, state, and national Progressive reform. Women’s roles in the family, politics, the workplace, education, and reform. Black America: city migration and civil-rights initiatives. 18. The Emergence of America as a World Power: The United States becomes a big dog. S. imperialism grows with political and economic expansion. The beginning of WWI in Europe and American neutrality, WWI at home and abroad, and the Treaty of Versailles.

Always quiz yourself. What was the first state to permanently allow women to vote? ) Who was the guy who took over after Lincoln? ) When was the Constitution ratified? ) What was the big deal about the Second Great Awakening? S. History exam isn’t like a surprise pop quiz; you should have a good idea of what the big test looks like and how it’s run. You’ll be invited to devote a chilling three hours and five minutes of your life to searching frantically but calmly through the history hard drive of your mind.

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