Order 1466 US Domestic Issues And The World Late 19th Early 20th Century
US domestic issues and the world (late 19th-early 20th century)
America has a very rich history when it comes to domestic policies, socioeconomic conditions and culture. The domestic policies, socioeconomics conditions and culture affect all aspect of American peoples’ lives. They shape and define the people identity. However, as world progressed these factors of life began to change taking the modernity culture and some of them began taking different aspects. Despite that fact, there are correlations that exist between the current American domestic policies, socioeconomic conditions, and culture with the early 20th Century American involvement overseas. The essay will take a look at the correlations between American domestic policies, socioeconomic conditions, and culture and early 20th Century American involvement overseas. The domestic policies in late 19th Century and early 20th Century focused mainly on criminal activities, drugs, alcohol, and legalization of certain activities (Wood, 142). The policy focus in the late 19th Century and 20th Century are positively correlated with the current American domestic policies. Currently the domestic policies are centered towards solving almost similar problems. Therefore, the correlation exists between the two different times (Our documents, 81). In the late 19th Century and early 20th Century America began active involvement overseas. Its domestic policies in early 20th century and the current domestic policies were aimed to have an impact to the outside world. Still at the current times America is still actively involved in the overseas operations. Socio-economic conditions in the late 19th Century and early 20th Century are directly correlated with the current American socioeconomic conditions (Truman Doctrine, 9). The socioeconomic conditions basically involve the issue of health and lifestyle. In early 20th Century people were battling the issue of health and
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