Questionees about American history

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There are 9 questiones need to be solved and the answer should be solve specifically and from these books; 1-Give me liberty by Eric Foner. 2- Voices of fredoom by Eric Foner.

Questions: 1. How did freedpeople experience Reconstruction? What were the differences between presidential reconstruction and “radical reconstruction”? What social gains were made? Why did it end? 2. What was the “Gilded Age”? Do you see industrialists like Andrew Carnegie and JP Morgan more as “captains of industry” or as “robber barons”? Why? 3. How did the federal government actively participate in the development of the U.S. economy following Reconstruction? Why were railroads so important to America’s second industrial revolution? How did American leaders remake the lives of Indians during this period? 4. How did American farmers respond politically to the Gilded Age? What political organizations did they form and what reforms did they hope to achieve? Were they successful in passing their agendas? Why? 5. What were the arguments for U.S. imperialism? Who gained from it? Why were Americans willing to fight for it? 6. Describe the different “Progressive Era” efforts to reform society. Which were most successful? 7. Why did the United States enter World War I? How did it impact the home front? In what ways did it impact the social, political, and economic opportunities for African Americans? 8. What prompted the passage of the Johnson-Reed Act? In what ways was this legislation different from previous immigration restrictions? 9. Explain the causes and consequences of the Great Depression?

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Questions:
1. How did freed people experience Reconstruction? What were the differences between
presidential reconstruction and “radical reconstruction”? What social gains were made?
Why did it end?
During the year 1865 the US president, Andrew Johnson explained his plans and will for
reconstruction. The president’s view was that the southern states had never been granted
the right to have their own governance and the federal government was not to determine
their voting requirements and other issues at the state level. The presidential
reconstruction aimed at unionism and a strong belief in states’ rights while the racial
reconstruction the northern voters rejected Johnson’s policies while Republicans in
Congress upheld reconstruction in the south. The Congress passed the Reconstruction
Act. There were a lot of gains which included a broadening of the definition of
citizenship and granting of equal protection to former slaves. Reconstruction came to an
end when Democrats waged a violent campaign demanding to take control of
Mississippi. Federal troops were not sending marking the end of federal support on
reconstruction.

2. What was the “Gilded Age”? Do you see industrialists like Andrew Carnegie and JP
Morgan more as “captains of industry” or as “robber barons”? Why?
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