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30.) Franklin D. Roosevelt became president during the Great Depression and established the New Deal in attempts to help the country recover. The New Deal was made up of several programs that are often times nicknames the alphabet soup programs. Consider 3-4 of these programs: What was the purpose of the programs? How did the programs impact the relief and recovery of the United States?

31.) Great Britain put into several acts and rules that upset the American colonists during our early years. The Stamp Act especially angered many colonists. Why did they not like the Stamp Act and protest it? What actions did they take during their protest of it? How did the Loyalists group respond to the Stamp Act and the rebellious colonist actions? Provide details & historical examples to support your answer.

32.) The following table will be given for this response that will be used to help formulate your answer. Take time now to examine the chart and become familiar with what is being shared. Make sure to look closely at all of the labeling that is given on the chart to explain what information is being given. Support your answer with specific facts that you were able to learn from the chart.

33.) The 1800s was an exciting time when people began to travel West across the continent in search of new lands, resources, and adventure. Aside from farmers, what other groups of people travelled West during this time period and WHY?

34.) After the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln had strong opinions on how Southerners should be treated and what should happen in the South. Many Northerners did not agree with his ideas. What were Lincolns ideas and how did they differ from many Northerners?

35.) Think about the Reconstruction. Historians often times do not agree on whether the Reconstruction was a success or a failure. Arguably there were positive and negative effects. What do you feel were 2 successful results of the Reconstruction? Also, what do you feel were 2 failures of the Reconstruction?

36.) What is Social Darwinism? How does it apply to how some Americans viewed wealth and prosperity in the country?

37.) The Transcontinental Railroad was a massive building project for our country. Why did the Federal government support the construction of the Transcontinental Railroad? What effects did this railroad have on people living in the area while it was being built AND after it was finished?

38.) What was the goal of U.S. foreign policy with China? Why do you think Hay did not favor establishing colonies in China?

39.) World War I impacted the world in many ways. Thinking about the United States specifically, how did WWI affect our country in the following three ways: politically, economically, and socially? Make sure to address all three ways.

40.) Think back to the 1920s in the United States. This was a time of excitement, but also tough times for many Americans. What was life like specifically for people living in rural and urban areas of the country? How were the lifestyles and experiences of people living in these areas culturally different? How did these differences cause these two groups to argue and clash at times?

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  1. How would you like us to help you with this assignment?

  2. i need help on the answers i was out sick the week we did this lesson and im clueless on it

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  3. Have you studied your book?

    Have you looked up any of this on the internet?

  4. i don't have my book and i have tried looking it up on the internet but it aint answering my questions

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    33. Adventurers, explorers, salesmen, freed slaves, seekers of gold and silver

  6. ok is there any other questions i posted you can answer?

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