this is its it the role of the government to create social change such as reconstruction? 2. Did the Industrial Revolution disrupt the American family? 3. Did Yellow Journalism cause the Spanish-American War? 4. Were women in the “Wild West” isolated and trapped in loveless controlling marriages? 5. Was John D. Rockefeller a “Robber Baron”? 6. Were the “Robber Barons” a necessity for westward expansion? 7. Did “Boss” Tweed corrupt post-Civil War New York? 8. Did the Progressives fail?
9. Was Manifest Destiny necessary for U.S. survival? 10. Should Emma Goldman be held responsible for the assassination of President McKinley? 11. Was General George Armstrong Custer a hero? 12. Were the Molly Maguires nothing but a terrorist organization? 13. Based upon the history of May Day, should the United States officially recognize it as a holiday? 14. Should the term “Hang around the fort Indians”, continue to be demonized instead of looking at it as a survival method? 15. Was Mother Jones “the most dangerous woman in America? 16. Was the Emancipation Proclamation as impactful as we are led to believe? 17. Was the Great Uprising of ’77 the start of an era No, Emma Goldman should not be held responsible for the assassination of President McKinley. Although Goldman was an anarchist, she had nothing to do with the assassination. Czolgosz led the assassination all by himself. When Czolgosz was asked why he killed the president, Czolgosz said, “I thought it would be a good thing for this country to kill the president.” In his final statement, he said, “I killed the president because he was enemy of the good people - the good working people. I am not sorry for my crime. I am sorry I could not see my father.” Later, in his handwritten...
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