17. Bohemian Thinkers- Many of these "thinkers" lived in Greenwich Village, NYC. They supported Freudian psychoanalysis, rejected traditional sexual traditions, and the Victorian life. This group included Isadore Duncan; the Ashcan artists (Henri, Sloan, and Luk); Eugene O'Neill, the playwright; Margaret Sanger, early supporter of birth control. Their influence was limited because they didn't involve themselves in the reform movement. Their attitude was "do as I say, not as I do."
21. Spanish-American War- The Spanish-American War was fought in 1898. The causes of this war were American concern for Cuban independence; the rise of yellow journalism; American business interests in Cuba; the DeLome letter, which was written by the Spanish Foreign Minister and criticized President McKinley; and the sinking of the USS Maine, which sank in the Havana Harbor on February 15, 1898 and was blamed on the Spanish. The war was declared on April 10, 1898 and the treaty was signed on April 17, 19(I wrote the wrong year and have to go back and look it up, sorry!)
23. Theodore Roosevelt- Theodore Roosevelt, the first Progressive Era president and former governor of New York, was an outgoing outdoorsman who was full of life. He was also known as the "Trust-buster," but didn't believe that big corporations should be broken up indiscriminately. Regulation seemed the better approach to him. With Roosevelt's "Square... [continues]
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