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Part :Answer the following two questions in a 1 - 1.5 page essay.

1.) Race and imperialism: Use the documents in Chapter 20 and materials presented in class

to answer the following question. What role did ideas about race play on both sides of

the debate over whether the United States should annex the Philippines?

2.) Gender and the 1920s: How did the cultural changes of the 1920s both liberate and

create new pressures on women? Your answer to this question should be your thesis

statement, and you can use evidence from the textbook and PowerPoints in addition to

your analysis of the movie “It” to answer the question. Here is the YouTube site for the

movie “It.” The segment we watched begins at 15:36 minutes.

Part II: Answer the following question in a 2-page essay.

1.) The architects of the New Deal passed federal legislation in an effort to permanently solve

problems in the American economy. What problems existed in the agricultural and industrial

sectors, and what remedies did New Dealers enact to combat the problems? What other steps

did they take to permanently provide for the public welfare? Who benefited from the laws,

and who did not?

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School: UCLA

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Exploring American Histories
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Race and Imperialism
Before the attempt to annex the Philippines there was a debate between imperialists and
anti-imperialists on whether it was important to annex them. One interest that led to the thought
of annexing the Philippines was economic empowerment. This debate continued even after the
US went ahead to assist the Philippines fight for their freedom against the Spanish. One major
concern that was debatable and drew a thin line between the imperialists and the anti-imperialists
is race. The imperialists thought that bringing in the Philippines into the United States could have
enhanced diversity, and that the country was ready to assist the Philippines enhance their
livelihood. However, the anti-imperialists saw this as a concern. At the time, the blacks were not
being treated properly back at home, and it seemed that the US was just about to bring on board
another primitive race, which could suffer in the hands of whites as did the African Americ...

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