Explain how the US involvement in global conflicts in the 20th century set the stage for domestic social changes.

  • Wilson was unable to win approval of many of the big principles like freedom of the seas because the British didn’t want to talk about that
  • Wilson wanted free-trade
  • Wilson wanted national self-determination
  • Wilson did not want reparations from the central powers that he changed his mind
  • reparations were more than Germany could ever afford
  • Price controls stopped after the war prices rose 15% year in 1919 and 1920
  • 19 2000 thousand businesses went bankrupt and millions of farmers lost their land 5 million American foster jobs
  • 1919 there are a lot of strikes
  • the black men that served in the war 367,000 and that they were not equal citizens they had no impact on white attitudes
  • African-Americans are better and they start a fight for the rights
  • half 1 million blacks moved from the South to the industrial cities
  • the great migration people from the South of North
  • a lot of racial violence and riots NAACP tope box to defend themselves
  • black businesses grew Harlem Renaissance


For the sections Paris Peace Conference and Ratification Battle answer the following:

Analyze the major aspects of domestic debates over US expansionism in the 19th century and the early 20th century.

  • People in the United States worried about the new commitment in Europe and internationalism
  • he went back to Europe and limited America’s involvement in illegal nations in the future
  • Wilson presented the treaty of Versailles
  • would Boro Wilson almost died in 1919 he was partially paralyzed
  • he saw foreign-policy in moral terms
  • the war ended sooner than anyone thought it would
  • government spent more money than it had
  • there is a raging inflation at home
  • Price controls stopped
  • prices rose 15% a year
  • the red scare against communism

Analyze the goals of US policy makers in major international conflicts, such as WWI, and explain how US involvement in these conflicts has altered the US role in world affairs.

  • Woodrow Wilson was an idealist that wanted everyone in the world to understand freedom and democracy
  • Woodrow Wilson believed that the league of Nations would fix any problems in the future
  • many Americans didn’t want to get involved in European problems