family member) when they met their boyfriend.
How did the First World War change the lives of women?
* During the war, women began to work in areas like heavy industry. They proved they could work as well as men. By 1929, there were 10 million women workers; a rise of 24% since 1920.
* Working gave women independence and they began smoking and drinking in public.
* Women were given the vote in August 1920 but few were chosen to be actual politicians.
* Production of consumer
Recognize and discuss the ways that formal policies of government have influenced the direction of historical and social development in the United States. Analyze the rise of the United States to a world “super-power” and how that status has shaped its internal developments in recent decades. Identify how changes in social and economic conditions and technology can cause corresponding changes in the attitudes of the people and policies of the government.
Identify at least (2) two major historical turning
History 110 / Midterm Study Guide
During this part of the course we address several different themes that shaped modern America. The first is the importance of the Civil War and Reconstruction in setting the stage for the great industrial growth and development in the late 19th century. The second theme is the impact of industrialization in late 19th century America--economically, politically, socially, and culturally. A third theme centered on the emergence of an aggressive America foreign policy
reflects the cultural restrictions of their historical setting. Arguably, the motif of social change and tension also impacts the moods of the books, to a lesser extent. In the Great Gatsby, the moral decay of the 1920s is epitomized by the juxtaposed valley of ashes and the Eggs, while in Atonement, the sweltering weather of Part One could be to illustrate the tension simmering between characters and the impending change apparent in wider society, for example
in forming govt)
* Due to PR – parties need to be cooperative [eg. DVP’s association with business interest made them refuse coalition with SPD in 1926] – therefore frequent political paralysis
* Inability to cooperate = inability to tackle social/economic problems
* Therefore not really politically stable
Chancellor’s of the Weimar Republic, 1923-30: -
Gustav Streseman (DVP) – August 1923 – November 1923
Wilhelm Marx (Z) – November 1923 – January 1925
Hans Luther (n/a) – January
1.1 Converging Cultures
Area 1 investigates how social orders in North America have changed over the long run and how European provinces created. A huge number of years before Christopher Columbus and other European wayfarers set foot in America, Native Americans started planting and raising products. When of Columbus started his voyages in the late fifteenth century, an extensive variety of developments and dialects existed in North America. When wayfarers discovered that Columbus
American Women started out as the basic homemaker since coming to the New World. They were seen as nothing but a person that should stay home with the children, tend to the land and their husbands. As the world began to change, so did the view point and the rights of women. This change did not happen overnight and it was not an easy battle. The women of our past paved the road so that the women today can play a major role in the military, politics and on the home front of America.
The first battle
national politics during the 1920s.”1 Her argument is built on the idea that a "successful...strike in the future would require a work force more capable of coordinating on a national level and more unified ethnically and racially."2 To effectively show this metamorphosis, Cohen focuses on the influence of Chicago communities, neighborhood businesses, and welfare capitalism.
Cohen is clear and systematic in her evidence of how each point contributed to the Chicago workers’ change over time. She begins
In the 1920's women's roles were soon starting to change. After World War One it was called the "Jazz Age", known for new music and dancing styles. It was also known as the "Golden Twenties" or "Roaring Twenties" and everyone seemed to have money. Both single and married women we earning higher- paying jobs. Women were much more than just staying home with their kids and doing house work. They become independent both financially and literally. Women also earned the right to vote in 1920 after the
and the Daisy in his mind from five years ago. The green light here also symbolizes the huge difference between his American dream and the reality he needs to face. His dream is really beautiful but the reality is fragile. The American dream during 1920s is not equal to everyone and is much easier for the upper