Thuật ngữ trong học phần này (10)
After many attempts to negotiate separation and the actions of the King to prevent it, the only action was war.
Why did our Founding Fathers believe that Declaring Independence was ok to do and by any means necessary?
Who encouraged others to spread their wealth by creating things for the poor?
The chance to have many new freedoms and a new life.
Why did so many people what to leave everything behind and move to America?
Due to Manifest destiny and many immigrants entering into the US
What caused Native Americans think that they could integrate and assimilate into the US as Citizens?
Executive (Enforce laws), Legislative (make Laws), and Judicial (Judge laws).
What are the 3 branches and what do they do?
The extreme increase of people moving to the US which increased the need for machine politics.
What made it difficult for governments to serve the people in the late 1800s?
Families started to quickly move and expand all over the US.
What impact did the Homestead Act have on the population in the US?
The gifting and taking back of land to give it new American settlers.
Where did the term "Indian giver" come from?
He promoted freedom, democracy, and equality
What impact did Alexis de Tocqueville have on the US?
He was elected to Congress for New York and was head of the Tammany Hall Political Machine. He had major influence on Political outcomes.
What was the impact of Boss Tweed and what did he do?