The backlash against the excesses of the Gilded Age are explored. The unit will deal soley with domestic issues from c.1890 to 1919.

As usual, start with the Progressivism unit outline. What you will find is very basic -- it is your job to add the details and information you feel, based on your use of the text and AP related materials, is missing. Remenber, this will ulltimately be your review source for the exam, therefore the key words are COMPLETE and CONCISE. Too much information or inclusion of useless information will destroy the intent. Once you are done here, go to any of the links below to add you comments regarding the text and supplemental readings. Overall comments go on the general discussion page.

chapter 21

The Making of a Negro Ghetto
Violence in the Cities
Progressivism-Middle Class Disillusionment
Battling the Saloon and the Brothel
The State as Parent
Theodore Roosevelt-The Conservative as Progressive
Woodrow Wilson-The Conservative as Liberal

1900 video discussion
broadway DVD

outside readings
political cartoons
quotes


Additonal Readings:

A Red Record (Lynching) -- Ida B Wells-Barnett
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A Red Record (1895).pdf
Atlanta Exposition Address -- Booker T Washington
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Atlanta Exposition Address.pdf
Of Mr Booker T Washington and Others -- WEB DuBois
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Of Mr Booker T Washington and Others.pdf
Living and Dying in Packingtown (from the Jungle) -- Upton Snclair
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Living and Dying in Packingtown.pdf

assignment(s)


change over time-word perfect -- external image octet-stream.png change over time 1890-1919.wpd

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position paper info and worksheet

word perfect --
MS Word --

student support materials


These materials are attached to the AP Interactive website. Please keep in mind that much of the material here is in addition to material covered in class and, therefore, should not be overlooked.