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Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus The U.S. Economy in the 1920s Quick Facts: Causes of the 1929 Stock Market Crash The D

Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus The U.S. Economy in the 1920s Quick Facts: Causes of the 1929 Stock Market Crash The D

Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus The U.S. Economy in the 1920s Quick Facts: Causes of the 1929 Stock Market Crash The Depression Spreads The Worldwide Depression Quick Facts: Social Programs in Selected Countries The Great Depression The Great Depression Main Idea

By paul
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Chapter 17: Foreign Policy And National Defense

Chapter 17: Foreign Policy And National Defense

Chapter 17: Foreign Policy And National Defense . Whytne Kingsley Luke Reinke Rachel Pregont . Section 1: Foreign Affairs and National Security.

By oshin
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US Becomes a World Power

US Becomes a World Power

US Becomes a World Power. RUSH. Standard 11.4. 11.4 Students trace the rise of the United States to its role as a world power in the Twentieth century. List the purpose and the effects of the Open Door policy . Describe the Spanish-American War and U.S. expansion in the South Pacific.

By azuka
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Empire and Expansion 1890-1909

Empire and Expansion 1890-1909

Empire and Expansion 1890-1909. AMH2020 Chapter 27 Derek Wingate. Themes. American Imperialism Around the Globe. America Turns Outward. Why did America want to expand overseas? - markets for American goods. - booming wealth and production capacity brought a sense of power.

By nedaa
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THE GREAT DEPRESSION

THE GREAT DEPRESSION

THE GREAT DEPRESSION. A24 7.3.12. THE GREAT CRASH. GUIDING QUESTION. What caused the Great Depression? the federal government during the 1920s?. STOCK MARKET CRASH. Stock Market Prices, 1921–1932. May 1928-September 1929, prices doubled in value beginning in Sept 1929, gradual slide

By merton
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The Market Revolution, Manifest Destiny, Texas & the War with Mexico

The Market Revolution, Manifest Destiny, Texas & the War with Mexico

The Market Revolution, Manifest Destiny, Texas & the War with Mexico. This began when people began buying and selling goods instead of making them for themselves

By janice
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What was the Marshall Plan? (also known as Marshall Aid)

What was the Marshall Plan? (also known as Marshall Aid)

What was the Marshall Plan? (also known as Marshall Aid).  Your task. Read your textbooks (p.48-9) and try to answer these questions: Why did the US see the need for Marshall Aid? What were its main aims? How successful was Marshall Aid?. Origins of Marshall Plan.

By sol
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Chapter 8

Chapter 8

Chapter 8. Constitution And The Articles of Confederation.

By bly
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Characteristics of Business

Characteristics of Business

Characteristics of Business. Nature of Business. Profit=Earned income-Costs 3 major activities of business: Production-making the product Marketing-how goods/services are exchanged between producers and consumers Finance-money matters Supply vs. demand 2 major types of business:

By brasen
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Chapter 14 Andrew Jackson and the Growth of American Democracy

Chapter 14 Andrew Jackson and the Growth of American Democracy

Chapter 14 Andrew Jackson and the Growth of American Democracy. C14.2 The Inauguration of Andrew Jackson. Inauguration Facts. over 10,000 attended came from 500 miles partied in & out of White House nearly a riot. Jackson brought change. new people voting common white men could vote

By olinda
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The Stock Market Crash

The Stock Market Crash

The Stock Market Crash. 15.1. Background. 1920s appeared to be a decade of prosperity = “The Roaring 20s” Some believed economic problems existed below the surface Most ignored these warnings. Credit. Confidence in nation’s prosperity led many to purchase goods on credit

By yasuo
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Chapter 12 Section 2

Chapter 12 Section 2

Chapter 12 Section 2. I. President Harding (1921) His conservative stance on issues such as taxes, his campaign manager Harry Daugherty's 'make no enemies' strategy enabled Harding to become the compromise choice at the 1920 Republican National Convention.

By chana
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Chapter 15: The Great Depression Begins

Chapter 15: The Great Depression Begins

Chapter 15: The Great Depression Begins. The Stock Market Crash. By 1929, the rising U.S. stock market dominated the news in America. By September 3, the Dow Jones Industrial Average , an average of the stock prices of major industries , had reached an all-time high.

By moana
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Causes of The Great Depression

Causes of The Great Depression

Causes of The Great Depression. STOCK MARKET CRASH. Stock Market Prices, 1921–1932. May 1928-September 1929, prices doubled in value beginning in Sept 1929, gradual slide Black Thursday (Oct . 24) largest sell-off in NYSE history Black Tuesday (Oct. 29)

By ivy
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TRADE SURPLUS

TRADE SURPLUS

TRADE SURPLUS. Exports exceed Imports. X – M > 0 Americans spend more on our goods than we spend on theirs. (If we have a surplus with them, they have a deficit with us.) Rising commodity prices, such as the rise in oil prices often create a trade surplus in Canada. TRADE DEFICIT.

By rafe
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United States in the 1920s-Domestic Policies

United States in the 1920s-Domestic Policies

United States in the 1920s-Domestic Policies. Society in the 1920s. Age of excess Jazz Age Flappers-women gained more social freedoms Consumerism-mass media and mass advertising encouraged people to buy more and more consumer goods. “The business of America is business”.

By maida
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Imperialism in China

Imperialism in China

Imperialism in China. Background. U.S. imperialists viewed the Philippines as their entry way to China, and to Asia as a whole. America wanted to imperialize China because China was a prospective market for American manufactured goods. . Spheres of influence .

By deon
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Warm Up

Warm Up

Warm Up. Look on pgs. 346-347 Study map and answer Learning from Geography, questions 1 & 2. Infrastructure - . Facilities and systems of a city, county or state. Example: roads, buildings and bridges.

By ailsa
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Militarism in Japan: Ch. 19.4: pages 583-585

Militarism in Japan: Ch. 19.4: pages 583-585

Militarism in Japan: Ch. 19.4: pages 583-585. Japan and the West . Post WWI Received Germany’s Pacific islands north of the equator Third largest naval power after Great Britain and the U.S. Bitter towards the west; not viewed as an equal.

By sheryl
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Causes of the Depression

Causes of the Depression

Causes of the Depression. The Election of 1928. The Candidates: Herbert Hoover (Rep) Successful engineer Former head of the Food Administration in WWI 7 years as secretary of commerce in the Harding and Coolidge admins . Alfred E. Smith (Dem) 4 time gov of NY

By daktari
(56 views)

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