History 1302 Exam One (Kirkpatrick)
Last Modified: 2016-03-08
It bypass the 14th 15th amendment. They gave literacy test to the blacks which they knew they couldn't pass so they couldn't vote.
First African American to earn degrees from Harvard.
Fierce advocate for black education.
(also criticized Booker T. Washington because he wanted to fix everything "right now!!")
utopian goals, popular.
Founder: Uriah S. Stephens.
wanted to be a union that could negotiate better working conditions and higher wages for its workers.
(Which he was successful because he was a successful cigar roller)
(ruins their tribal culture)
(making them become American farmers)
and in jail he becomes a socialist.
(wanted to get the blacks involved in the "real world")
Author of the book "The influence of Sea Power upon History"
--Every great nation has a great navy.
Lester Frank Ward - major advocate; wrote dynamic sociology
people, unlike animals, don't act on instinct alone. "Humans use their brain to reason and make decisions on that reasoning. government should get involved and help provide education for those who don't have the opportunity." He believed we could all be fit.
that if one helped the poor one would become a looser.
His believes or anything similar to them came to be known as social Darwinism
He believed everyone who lived in Boston are the greatest people in the world and he thought Boston should run the world
Used COST accounting – Technology – costs down prices down –ECONOMY OF SCALE
He makes a fortune in Sellings stocks and bonds in Europe
He gave most of his money back to us building libraries, colleges, so we can do for ourselves as he had done for himself.
- 1) Government would provide warehouses for farmers to store crops until sold
- 2) Government would issue low-interest loans directly to farmers to end their reliance on bankers & merchants for credit
- Prohibits price-fixing
- Prohibits boycotting
- Prohibits allocation of customers
- Prohibits monopolies
48 miles long connection Pacific and Atlantic. cut trip by 8,000 miles.
Known as a Columbian canal
competition = the key of progress.
Must get involved or fall behind
Encouraged American settlement of great plains and far West.
he's going to come up with evolution by a national selection
He wrote the Origin of Species in 1859
(It's going to help the farmers)
Granger = grain
** State is going to try to make the railroads have less rates, but it's unconstitutional because the states have no jurisdiction on the railroads only the government does.**
20% of immigrants detained for a day or more before being inspected, only 2% denied entry,
Processing of immigrants = 5 hrs or more.
This is where all the new immigrants came through
You put something in front of Congress that would divide the north and south used to distract voters ,
-Part of the industrial capitalism that is growing during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. First implemented by such businessmen as Rockefeller and Carnegie.Vertical integration: is where you own everything to manufacture your products
Horizontal integration: this is a classic Monopoly,
you own 95% of industry: which led to getting your way, and if they didn’t like it you didn’t have to sale to them. Which would lead up to Economic pressures
- Natives fought the American troops for rights to land and culture.
- Both won and lost, but the battles were mostly very one sided, and resulted in something more of a massacre than a battle.
- Time: 1800's
- fort laramie, red river war, great sioux war, little bighorn,
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