CHAPTER 30


DAILY HOMEWORK


FOR THE EXAM
Study the following information for the Exam 
Chapter 29:
1) Wilson Administration
(Foreign Policy Agenda and actions, Mexico, Europe, Causes of WWI, Latin America)
Chapter 30:
1) Domestic Front: 
(Labor Issues, Wilson's War goals, George Creel and Propaganda, US Gov. role in industry, African Americans and Women, US Gov. Agencies/Leaders, Groups targeted by gov, methods of financing the war effort) 
2) War in Europe 
(US reasons to go to war, US-German relations, Major events and battles in Europe, US contributions to victory, Various locations of US troops fighting) 
3) Peace Process 
(Big 4, Wilson's objectives, Issues between Wilson and US Senators, League of Nations, Treaty of Versailles, Election of 1920) 

** There will be 32 Content and 8 Stimulus MC Questions 
*** THERE WILL BE 1 SAQ and 1 LEQ to complete as part of this exam also.

FOR MONDAY 2/22
Please read (in its entirety) Chapter 30 pp. 696-717
Complete the Reading Guide and Vocab Handout.
Be sure to read thoroughly and keep good notes on the Chapter as we plan to discuss the major themes and content on Monday in a "WWI Round-table Review". 

FOR 2/17
Please finish the reading of Chapter 29 pp.685-694, dealing with Woodrow Wilson and his Foreign Policy. Complete the C29 - READING GUIDE - BUILD UP TO WWI (found below). I have also attached a shorter version of C29 - NOTES that focus on the second half of the chapter. 

** We will be focusing on Wilsom's vision for foreign policy and then examine both the Mexican Civil War and Revolution and the beginning of WWI in Europe. For each topic, we will focus mainly on the US role and intervention.
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THE CENTURY: AMERICA'S TIME

"SHELL SHOCK" 1914-1919

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CHAPTER SUMMARY

Germanys declaration of unlimited submarine warfare, supplemented by the Zimmerman note proposing an alliance with Mexico, finally caused the United States to declare war. Wilson aroused the country to patriotic heights by making the war an idealistic crusade for democracy and permanent peace based on his Fourteen Points.

Wartime propaganda stirred voluntary commitment to the war effort, but at the cost of suppressing dissent. Voluntary efforts also worked wonders in organizing industry, producing food, and financing the war. Labor, including women, made substantial wartime gains. The beginnings of black migration to northern cities led to racial tensions and riots.

Americas soldiers took nearly a year to arrive in Europe, and they fought in only two major battles at the end of the war. Americas main contribution to the Allied victory was to provide supplies, personnel, and improved morale. Wilsons immense prestige created high expectations for an idealistic peace, but his own political blunders and the stubborn opposition of European statesmen forced him to compromise his lofty aims.

As Lodge stalled the treaty, Wilson tried to rouse the country on behalf of his cherished League, but his own physical collapse and refusal to compromise killed the treaty and the League. Republican isolationists effectively turned Hardings victory in 1920 into a death sentence for the League.

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