Act, SC backed down |
States’ rights | A view held by Southerners before the CivilWar that the states were sovereign and had rights independent of the federalgovernment and law |
Civilwar | A warbetween people, factions, or regions with a country |
1861-1865 | Dates of the CivilWar...
to one group who had been very active social movements in the 1840s and 1850s. What was this group and to what extent was the 14th Amendment a betrayal?
4. The Radical Republicans' actions in the post-CivilWarera represented a clear attempt of one branch of the federalgovernment to encroach on...
strong sense of autonomy and self-government, furiously resisted British attempts to impose tighter imperial controls and higher taxes after the end of the French and Indian War in 1763. The sustained conflict over political authority and taxation, enhanced by American agitators and British bungling...
temperance movement. |
| NO! | | the creation of a new national bank. |
| :-) | | the westward expansion of U. S. territory. |
| NO! | | women's rights. |
1 | Which of the following developments did NOT occur in American society between 1815 and 1860?: |
| NO! | | there was a...
the modern state . Defining citizenship; struggles for civilrights . Reform Diverse movements focusing on a broad range of issues, including anti-slavery, education, labor, temperance, women’s rights, civilrights, gay rights, war, public health, and government . Religion The variety of religious...
Technological and industrial history
History of the South
3.1 Foundations for American government
4 Westward expansion (1789–1849)
5 CivilWarera (1849–1865)
6 Reconstruction and the rise of industrialization (1865–1890)
7 Progressivism, imperialism, and World War I (1890–1918)
8 Women's suffrage
9 Post-World War I and the Great...
mobilization of the economy
Urban migration and demographic changes
Women, work, and family during the warCivil liberties and civilrights during wartime
War and regional development
Expansion of government power
UNIT 11: The Cold WarEra (1945-1990)
The Cold War...
independent of the federalgovernment and law |
Civilwar | A warbetween people, factions, or regions within a country |
1861-1865 | Dates of the American CivilWarbetween North and South; also known as WarBetween the States, began with Ft. Sumter and ended at Appomattox Courthouse; major battles...
federalgovernment increased powers. While the South wanted to reserve all undefined powers to individual states.
The CivilWar eventually began in 1861 and carried on through 1865 and was the only war fought on American soil by Americans themselves. The casualty count is believed to have amounted to...
that America could defend itself against even the most powerful military.
Cause - The differences of opinion between the North & South. The South wanted to keep slavery, the North wanted to end it.
Consequences - The South lost many buildings & had a huge amount of destruction caused...
changed the nation’s institutions in fundamental ways. The authority of the federalgovernment, which had been increasing since the Progressive era, grew exponentially during the conﬂict. Equally important, the government remained powerful after the war ended. Federal laws, rules, and practices put in...
North America. After 1800, the United States became increasingly divided, north and south, over slavery and related issues. The CivilWar determined that the American "house" would no longer be "divided" and that the federalgovernment would be more powerful than the state governments. Canada achieved...
Pre-Reconstruction policies and opposed any federal intervention, movements toward reform or extension of civilrights for blacks.
Many of the social, economic and political reforms enacted in the South after the CivilWar were repealed or rolled back following the end of the Reconstruction...
Officers, Fiscal Year 2010 State Expenditure Report, p. 11, Table 5 (2011); 42 U. S. C. §1396d(b). The FederalGovernment estimates that it will pay out approximately $3.3 trillion between 2010 and 2019 in order to cover the costs of pre-expansion Medicaid. Brief for United States 10, n. 6. In...
Little political power
Government from the bottom up
Supports free speech (1st amendment)
Rejects paternalism, have adopted something that is closer to feminism (fights for equality of the sex)
Democracy (expansion of voting)s
authority are evident in events surrounding the CivilWar, Reconstruction, the Progressive Era, the Great Depression, and the CivilRightsEra.
• Identify and describe two (2) examples of U.S. federalgovernmentexpansion of authoritybetween the beginning of the U.S. CivilWar and the end of...
. Ho Chi Minh: France had been attempting to restore its authority over Vietnam, its one-time colony, which it had been forced to abandon to the Japanese toward the end of World-War II. Opposing the French, however, were the powerful nationalist forces of Ho Chi Minh, a communist determined to win...
- facing depression- marked end of economic expansion after war 1812- ushered in new financial policies to help shape economy
Cumberland Road national Road- 1st major highway in US- to be built by Federal Gov.
Tallmadge Amendment and Missouri compromise (1820) Tallmadge agreement- sought...
“Hostile armies” and “hostile people”
o “Total War” ideology (justify by saying that the confederacy is “hostage”)
• Explain the ways that the CivilWar increased federal power and the centralized
Significance of CivilWar
• End of slavery
o New enfranchised population...