The Great Humanitarian and Great Depression

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The Great Humanitarian and Great Depression

Covers the rest of the last lecture, along with Hoover's Presidency, and the early 1930s.


Lecture number:
12
Pages:
12
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Texas A&M University
Course:
Hist 106 - History Of The U S
Edition:
3

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HIST 106 1st Edition Lecture 12 Outline of Last Lecture Once again, we’ve got a lot to do! First, we’ll spend much of the class finishing up the lecture on Politics, Class, and Culture in the 1910s & 1920s (noted in red on the below outline). Then, we’ll get started on the lecture on The Great Humanitarian and the Great Depression, getting through as much as we can (at least through Crash and Crisis). LECTURE OUTLINE FOR POLITICS, CLASS, AND CULTURE IN THE LATE 1910S & 1920S The Home Front: At War and After War – Wartime Civil Liberties and the Red Scare Espionage and Sedition Acts Creation of Bureau of Investigation (becomes FBI) Eugene V. Debs Schenck v. United States Movement for 100% Americanism Lynching of Robert Prager American Protective League Repression of Radical Labor Groups The Wobblies The Bolshevik Revolution and the Red Scare Strikes, Mail Bombings, and Deportation – Women Win the Vote National American Woman Suffrage Association National Woman’s Party 19th Amendment – A Great War for Civil Rights? Race Riots African Americans in the Great War (we did part of this last Thursday) The Red Summer Civil Rights Activism Responses: Revival of the KKK and Immigration Restrictions The Roaring Twenties – The Business of America Changing Republican Ideas The Auto Age – New Mass Culture Culture of Consumption Movies & Radio – Tradition vs. Modernity Movements to Reassert Traditional Values Prohibition Christian Fundamentalism & Evolution Divisions in the Women’s Movement LECTURE OUTLINE FOR THE GREAT HUMANITARIAN AND THE GREAT DEPRESSION • Hoover and Republican Dominance in the 1920s Emphasis on Small Government Periodic Corruption Scandals • The Great Humanitarian Hoover and Humanitarian Aid Government Works for Business • Crash and Crisis • Hoover’s Response Who Did He Blame? What Did He Do? What Did He Not Do? • Depression and Desperation National Trends Impact on Families Resistance Revolution? Outline of Current Lecture For the next few lectures, we’re going to keep playing catch up. We’ll begin by finishing up the lecture on THE GREAT HUMANITARIAN AND THE GREAT DEPRESSION. Then we’ll get started on the lecture on FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT AND THE FIRST NEW DEAL LECTURE OUTLINE FOR THE GREAT HUMANITARIAN AND THE GREAT DEPRESSION • Hoover and Republican Dominance in the 1920s Emphasis on Small Government Periodic Corruption Scandals • The Great Humanitarian Hoover and Humanitarian Aid Government Works for Business • Crash and Crisis • Hoover’s Response Who Did He Blame? What Did He Do? What Did He Not Do? • Depression and Desperation National Trends Impact on Families Resistance Revolution? LECTURE OUTLINE FOR FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT AND THE FIRST NEW DEAL • 1932 Election and Interregnum • The First Hundred Days Relief Recovery Reform Current Lecture i) African Americans in the Great War (we did part of this last Thursday) (1) Harlem Hell Fighters- spent most time of any regiment among a foreign army (a) Were not allowed to participate in a farewell parade, due to color (b) But, upon return, they got their ...


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