They support Donald Trump as president even though he has violated most of the 10 Commandments.
Edit The United States was in turmoil throughout The huge number of returning veterans could not find work, something the Wilson administration had given little thought to. After the war, fear of subversion resumed in the context of the Red Scare, massive strikes in major industries steel, meatpacking and violent race riots.
Radicals bombed Wall Street, and workers went on strike in Seattle in February. Duringa series of more than 20 riotous and violent black-white race-related incidents occurred.
A phenomenon known as the Red Scare took place — With the rise of violent Communist revolutions in Europe, leftist radicals were emboldened by the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia and were eager to respond to Lenin's call for world revolution. A series of bombings in and assassination attempts further inflamed the situation.
Mitchell Palmer conducted the Palmer Raidsa series of raids and arrests of non-citizen socialists, anarchistsradical unionists, and immigrants.
They were charged with planning to overthrow the government. Byover 10, arrests were made, and the aliens caught up in these raids were deported back to Europe, most notably the anarchist Emma Goldmanwho years before had attempted to assassinate industrialist Henry Clay Frick.
In fact, many did not remain "down on the farm"; there was a great migration of youth from farms to nearby towns and smaller cities.
Few went to the cities overHowever, agriculture became increasingly mechanized with widespread use of the tractor, other heavy equipment, and superior techniques disseminated through County Agentswho were employed by state agricultural colleges and funded by the Federal government.
20 Major Events of the Great Depression Timeline created by Corwin. In History. it destroys the last remanents of the great depresion, and American unemployment decreases to below 10 Percent Period: Jan 1, to Jan 1, Important Events During the Renaissance. Historia Y . The Great Depression of the s proved to be a major political crossroads for the Democratic Party, much as the Civil War () was an important event for the Republican Party. A disastrous series of national elections for the Democrats through the s had left the southern states and a few northern city political machines as the only. - The Great Depression The Great Depression was an economic slump in North America, Europe, and other industrialized areas of the world that began in and lasted until about There were a few main areas of focus during the Great Depression.
InWoodrow Wilson campaigned for the U. During a grueling cross-country tour to promote the League, Wilson suffered a series of strokes.
He never recovered physically and lost his leadership skills and was unable to negotiate or compromise. The Senate rejected entry into the League. The Allies in turn owed large sums to the US Treasury for war loans.
The US effectively orchestrated payment of reparations; under the Dawes PlanAmerican banks loaned money to Germany to pay the reparations to countries like Britain and France, which in turn paid off their own war debts to the US.
In the s, European and American economies reached new levels of industrial production and prosperity. Woman suffrage Edit After a long period of agitationU.
Women participated in the Presidential and Congressional elections.This chapter discusses the rise of corporations in the U.S. during the late nineteenth century and how their emergence was accompanied by decreased protection of minority shareholder rights.
The silent depression (the erosion of wages and the increase in unemployment rates) afflicting ordinary American households has weakened consumer purchasing power and shifted income away from. The Marxist expectation of capitalist collapse: The Great Depression - the decade-long economic disaster of the s - shook confidence in the stability of capitalist economic systems.
It apparently validated one of the many stupidities of Karl Marx - the expectation of ultimate capitalist instability and . While such events most often involve times of war (the American Civil War, World War I, World War II, and the Vietnam War all resulted in fundamental changes to American society), other watershed events may be no less dramatic.
Indeed, the first major American economic crisis, the Panic of , was described by then-president James Monroe as "a depression", and the most recent economic crisis, the Depression of –21, had been referred to as a "depression" by then-president Calvin Coolidge.
World War I (“The Great War”) toppled empires, created new nations, and sparked tensions that would explode across future years.
On the battlefield, gruesome modern weaponry wrecked an entire generation of young men.