Progressive reform lost momentum in the 1920s.

1-Historians have argued that Progressive reform lost momentum in the 1920s. Evaluate this statement with
respect to TWO of the following.
Regulation of business
Labor Immigrants
2-Evaluate the extent to which immigration affected United States culture in the period from 1870 to 1932.
3-Evaluate the extent to which the Populist movement marked a turning point in the United States economy
OR politics.
4-Describe and account for the rise of nativism/xenophobia in American society from 1900 to 1930.
5-Explain the ways in which women’s participation in reform activities and in work outside the home changed
between 1870 and 1932, and analyze the extent to which the changes affected the status of women in the
United States.
6-African American leaders have responded to racial discrimination in the United States in a variety of ways.
Compare and contrast the goals and strategies of African American leaders in the 1890s –1920s.
7-Evaluate the extent to which United States participation in the First World War (1917–1918) marked a turning
point in the nation’s hsitory.
8-Evaluate the following statement: “The Gilded Age was a period of tremendous social energy.”

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