Please write around 230 words each 4 question.

Entry into WW 1

How was imperialism a factor in the start of WW I?  How did this play into the alliance system of the Triple Alliance and Triple Entente; and why did the US choose the side it did?

What made this war different than previous wars of the 19thcentury, including the Civil War?

What finally made the US enter the war?   What role did the Zimmerman Telegram play?

Your response should be posted by Friday, and you should respond to one of your classmate’s posts by Sunday.   Your posts should be thoughtful, analytical, and well-supported with citations as necessary.


In the primary source from your text, William James on “The Philippine Question,” (Links to an external site.)  the debate was under way regarding American expansion into other territories of the world.    This played out across the world, as in Europe there had been significant grabs of territory in Africa and SE Asia, in particular, and colonies within an empire became a status symbol.   Yet within the US, there was significant opposition to the ideas of further expansion.    Why did William James object, and why do you think this was an issue in turn of the 20th century?   What would argue for or against imperialism?

Urbanization and Social Reform:

Particularly graphic, the pictures of Jacob Riis in How the Other Half Lives provided a kind of social reform documentation in visual form to shine a spotlight on the terrible conditions caused by urbanization in the late 19th c.   Review this article (with the photos)  (Links to an external site.) in order to analyze how the overlapping problems of industrialization, poverty, urbanization, and westernization were related between 1860-1900.   What solutions were proposed?  Who were some of the other voices trying to generate social activism?

Module 1: Women’s Rights

Why were there such concerns and debates over morality in the 19th century, especially issues concerning sex, women and family?   The primary figures for the Women’s movement in the 19th century were Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, who argued vigorously for an inclusion of women’s rights (voting, political, and civil) in the 15th amendment. (Links to an external site.)   What were the arguments raised against it, and why did it fail?

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