How did the federal government policies affect America’s economic development in the Gilded Age?

How did the federal government policies affect America’s economic development in the Gilded Age?

Based on your reading of Chapter 16 in the textbook, the primary source documents, and the online lessons, please share your views on ONE of the discussion topics.

1. How did the federal government policies affect America’s economic development in the Gilded Age? Were the effects positive or negative for the average American?

2. How do you evaluate the impact of the Dawes Act on Native Americans in the West?

Discussion 4: Freedom’s Boundaries

Based on your reading of Chapter 17 in the textbook, the primary source documents, and the online lessons, please share your views on ONE of the discussion topics.

1. How did American leaders justify overseas expansion and ventures in the 1890s? Not all Americans agreed – how did some oppose to this policy?

2. How do you evaluate the successes and failures of Populism?

Discussion 5: Progressive Era

Based on your reading of Chapter 18 in the textbook, the primary source documents, and the online lessons, please share your views on ONE of the discussion topics.

1. What do you see as the most serious urban issue in this period, and how was (or wasn’t) it addressed?

2. What was the role of women in the Progressive Movement?

Discussion 6: World War I

Based on your reading of Chapter 19 in the textbook, the primary source documents, and the online lessons, please share your views on ONE of the discussion topics.

1. Why did the US get into World War I?

2. How do you evaluate the work of CPI and its propaganda in World War I?

Discussion 7: Twenties

Based on your reading of Chapter 20 in the textbook, the primary source documents, and the online lessons, please share your views on ONE of the discussion topics.

1. What do you see as the most important social or economic trends of the 1920s and why?

2. Supporters of Prohibition argued that the welfare of the community overrides the right of individuals to drink alcohol. Using examples from the documents, argue for or against this idea, keeping in mind the social and political conditions of the 1920s.

250 minimum words each discussion

due on thursday

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