Significance of Identifications

Significance of Identifications

IDs should be between 4-6 sentences (feel free to write more), and should make reference to key events that occurred within the topic, historical context, and most importantly historical significance. A simple regurgitation of facts and figures is not a complete ID. Significance must be addressed at the end of each ID

do not make all ids into one essay each id needs to be a paragraph of 4-6 sentences of its own. be sure to include significance of each

1. The Frontier Thesis and its Flaws Presidential Reconstruction
2. Radical Reconstruction (Congressional Reconstruction)
3. “Redeemers” and The Compromise of 1877
4. Reconstruction and Historical Memory
5. The Homestead and Pullman Strikes
6. The Populist Movement
7. Jim Crow
8. McKinley Elected
9. Imperialism in a Global Context
10. The Progressive Impulse
11. Rage Against the Machine (The Progressive Era)
12. Professionalization and the New Middle Class (The Progressive Era)
13. Women and Reform (The Progressive Era)
14. The Progressive Presidents and National Reform US/Latin American Foreign Relations (1900-20)
15. The Movies (1920s)
16. Causes of the Great Depression
17. American Society and Culture during the Depression
18. The Ordeal of Herbert Hoover
19. FDR and the First New Deal
20. The Second New Deal
21. Limits and Legacies of the New Deal
22. Cold War “Containment”
23. The Korean War
24. The Crusade Against Subversion
25. The Affluent Society (1950s)
26. TV (1950s)
27. The Other America (1950s)
28. Causes of the Civil Rights Movement
29. The Battle for Racial Equality in the 1950s
30. The Battle for Racial Equality in the 1960s
31. Path to Vietnam
32. The Vietnam War