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1 Norton Lecture Slides by Eric Foner Norton Lecture Slides by Eric Foner Give Me Liberty! AN AMERICAN HISTORY FOURTH EDITION

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3 Lecture Preview An Era of Intervention America and the Great War The War at Home Who Is an American? 1919

4 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A rather aggressive-looking Statue of Liberty

5 An Era of Intervention  Focus Question: In what ways did the Progressive presidents promote the expansion of American power overseas?  Focus Question: In what ways did the Progressive presidents promote the expansion of American power overseas?

6 An Era of Intervention: Expansion “I Took the Canal Zone”

7 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A Russian advertisement for the Singer Sewing Machine Company

8 An Era of Intervention: Roosevelt The Roosevelt Corollary

9 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Map 19.1 The United States in The Caribbean, 1898–1934

10 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company The Greatest Department Store on Earth

11 An Era of Intervention: Wilson Moral Imperialism Wilson and Mexico

12 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Map 19.2 The Panama Canal Zone

13 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Map 19.3 Colonial Possessions, 1900

14 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company The World’s Constable, a cartoon commenting on Theodore Roosevelt’s “new diplomacy”

15 America and the Great War  Focus Question: How did the United States get involved in World War I?  Focus Question: How did the United States get involved in World War I?

16 America and the Great War: Enemies of Liberty Neutrality and Preparedness

17 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Wilbur Wright circling the Statue of Liberty

18 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company The liner Lusitania, pictured on a “peace” postcard

19 America and the Great War: Peacemakers The Road to War The Fourteen Points

20 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A 1916 Wilson campaign truck (a new development in political campaigning)

21 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Painting World War I Soldiers

22 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company World War I was the first war in which soldiers moved to the battlefront in motorized trucks.

23 The War at Home  Focus Question: How did the United States mobilize resources and public opinion for the war effort?  Focus Question: How did the United States mobilize resources and public opinion for the war effort?

24 The War at Home: People and Politics The Progressives’ War The Wartime State

25 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Map 19.4 World War I: The Western Front

26 The War at Home: Selling the War The Propaganda War “The Great Cause of Freedom”

27 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company “Liberty Speaking”

28 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company German Propaganda Image

29 The War at Home: Domestic Movements The Coming of Woman Suffrage Prohibition

30 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Map 19.5 Prohibition, 1915

31 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Women during World War I hauling ice and demonstrating in front of the White House

32 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A 1915 cartoon showing the western states where women had won the right to vote.

33 The War at Home: Basic Rights Liberty in Wartime The Espionage Act

34 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company “Petitions for Prohibition”

35 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Douglas Fairbanks

36 The War at Home: Extreme Support Coercive Patriotism

37 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A 1917 antiwar cartoon from the radical magazine The Masses

38 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A long line of striking miners being led out of Bisbee, Arizona, July 1917

39 Who Is an American?  Focus Question: How did the war affect race relations in the United States?  Focus Question: How did the war affect race relations in the United States?

40 Who Is an American? The Immigration Issue The “Race Problem”

41 Who Is an American? Myth of the American Culture Americanization and Pluralism The Anti-German Crusade

42 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company An Americanization Celebration

43 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A 1919 Americanization pageant in Milwaukee

44 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A vivid example of the anti-German propaganda produced by the federal government to encourage prowar sentiment during World War I

45 Who Is an American? Americanization Toward Immigration Restriction Groups Apart: Mexicans, Puerto Ricans, and Asian-Americans

46 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A 1919 cartoon, Close the Gate

47 Who Is an American? Black and White The Color Line Roosevelt, Wilson, and Race

48 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A cartoon from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch

49 Who Is an American? Fighting Inequality W. E. B. Du Bois and the Revival of Black Protest Closing Ranks

50 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company W. E. B. Du Bois, founder of the NAACP and editor of its magazine

51 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A 1918 poster celebrates black soldiers in World War I

52 Who Is an American? Movement and Violence The Great Migration and the “Promised Land” Racial Violence, North and South The Rise of Garveyism

53 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Table 19.1 The Great Migration

54 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Riot in Tulsa, Oklahoma

55 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company “The Silent Parade”

56 1919  Focus Question: Why was 1919 such a watershed year for the United States and the world?  Focus Question: Why was 1919 such a watershed year for the United States and the world?

57 1919: Changes A Worldwide Upsurge Upheaval in America

58 1919: Labor and Communism The Great Steel Strike The Red Scare

59 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company An advertisement placed by a steel company in a Pittsburgh newspaper announces, in several languages, that the steel strike of 1919 “has failed.”

60 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Local police with literature seized from a Communist Party office in Cambridge, Massachusetts, November 1919

61 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Part of the crowd that greeted President Woodrow Wilson in November 1918 when he traveled to Paris

62 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Map 19.6a Europe in 1914

63 1919: Wilson Wilson at Versailles The Wilsonian Moment

64 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Map 19.6b Europe in 1919

65 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Mahatma Ghandi, pictured here in 1919

66 1919: Foundation of War The Seeds of Wars to Come The Treaty Debate

67 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Interrupting the Ceremony, a 1918 cartoon from the Chicago Tribune

68 Review An Era of Intervention Focus Question: In what ways did the Progressive presidents promote the expansion of American power overseas? America and the Great War Focus Question: How did the United States get involved in World War I? The War at Home Focus Question: How did the United States mobilize resources and public opinion for the war effort?

69 Review Continued Who Is an American? Focus Question: How did the war affect race relations in the United States? 1919 Focus Question: Why was 1919 such a watershed year for the United States and the world?

70 MEDIA LINKS —— Chapter 19 —— TitleMedia link Eric Foner on Wilsonianism and the Versailles treaty http://wwnorton.com/common/mplay/6.7/?p=/college/history/fo ner4/&f=wilsonian_moment Eric Foner on World War I, pt 1: effects on civil liberty http://wwnorton.com/common/mplay/6.7/?p=/college/history/fo ner4/mp4/&f=question101 Eric Foner on World War I, pt, 2: Treaty of Versailles's continued harm http://wwnorton.com/common/mplay/6.7/?p=/college/history/fo ner4/mp4/&f=question102 Eric Foner on World War I, pt, 3: perennial questions in American history http://wwnorton.com/common/mplay/6.7/?p=/college/history/fo ner4/mp4/&f=question103

71 Next Lecture PREVIEW: —— Chapter 20 —— From Business Culture to Great Depression: The Twenties, 1920–1932 The Business of America Business and Government The Birth of Civil Liberties The Culture Wars The Great Depression

72 Norton Lecture Slides Independent and Employee-Owned http://wwnorton.com/college/history/give-me-liberty4/ by Eric Foner Norton Lecture Slides Independent and Employee-Owned http://wwnorton.com/college/history/give-me-liberty4/ by Eric Foner This concludes the Norton Lecture Slides Slide Set for Chapter 19 Give Me Liberty! AN AMERICAN HISTORY FOURTH EDITION


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