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Economic, social and political reform movements, combined with global conflicts and global cooperation all contribute to the current state of our nation.
Unit 11: Progressive Era: 1902 A.D. – 1913 A.D.
The history of the United States can be seen as a long process of a people trying to get their society closer to an ideal. In the twentieth century a variety of special interest groups emerged, each with their own reform agenda. Compare, contrast, and evaluate the divergent and often controversial issues raised during this complex era.
Unit 12: World War I Era: 1914 A.D. – 1935 A.D.
In 1914 the international rivalries that had divided Europe for centuries reached the breaking point. The United States managed to remain neutral, at least in theory if not in fact, until 1917. U.S. entry into the “Great War” would tip the balance in favor of the Allies. In the United States, a post-war economic boon generated record prosperity. Unfortunately, the prosperity of the 1920s held the seeds of the Great Depression that descended in 1929. A time of contrasts, examine both the victories and the pitfalls that characterize these two decades in American history.
Unit 13: World War II Era: 1936 A.D. – 1946 A.D.
When Britain and France declared war against Germany, the United States, stood poised to supply them with weapons and other material, just as it had at the start of World War I. This would create jobs and generate profits, bringing an end to the Great Depression. And again, this involvement would lead us into war. Evaluate key decisions made before, during and after World War II.
Unit 14: Cold War: 1947 A.D. – 1992 A.D.
From the rubble of World War II emerged two Super Powers: The United States and the Soviet Union. For the next fifty years, these two nations would vie for world dominance. At the same time, the United States would struggle with internal conflicts as citizens challenged the nation to live up to the ideals of equality and liberty espoused in our founding documents. Assess national events in the context of the international struggle for world dominance.
Unit 15: The New Globalization: 1993 A.D. – Present
Many Americans hoped that the end of the Cold War would bring peace and fewer problems. They were soon disappointed. A time of social, political and economic change, ""Globalization"" created a much smaller, more interdependent world. At the same time, old tensions between ethnic and religious factions caused bloody conflicts. Weigh the pros and cons of international interdependence, examine the emergence of religious fundamentalism, and assess the United States’ role in our changing world.
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