History 181 Professor:Doyle Student:Zhiyi Shen Date:6/20/2014 Revolutionary America In the late eighteen century, America had a great change and transformation in their politics and society. The relationship between British and American has shifted from then on. The 13 colonies had independence from British government, and write the Constitution to build their new politics, government, and diplomacy depended. The Constitution and such as Common Sense and the Declaration of independence were play a important part of the revolutionary America. The United States Constitution was the first constitution in the world.
Washington led the revolutionary war which began the birth of a new nation which goes under foreign policy, helped with the constitution that had much to do with equal rights, and dealt with the whiskey rebellion. Also Washington set the standards for all of the other presidents which was very important. The 3rd best president based off my criteria is Teddy Roosevelt. Teddy built the Panama Canal, built up the navy,
I will discuss the major events surrounding the time the policy was adopted and whether it was justified. Finally, I will discuss the countries the United States engaged during the pursuit of this policy. Despite the great distance from the advanced countries of the east, the United States never isolated itself from the rest of the world. The North American continent provided many opportunities for innovation as a basic means of survival and adaption to the still new environment. The Nineteenth Century saw the United States become a world industrial power.
However structuralists have argued that mass political movements in Germany were on the rise and did in fact influence politics. The power the Kaiser has was overwhelming because he didnt have to answer to neither the reichstag or the bundesrat, he ultimately has complete utter control over domestic and foreign policy. This would suggest that Wilhelmine Germany was an authoritarian state under the kaisers rule, but many historians such as Wehler suggested his own version of the argument which states that Wilhelmine Germany was in fact shaped by the elites (junkers) and the army which simply controlled the Kaiser from the shadows. In this essay i will discuss these interpretations offering the view that Wilhelmine Germany was an 'authoritarian' state under the rule of elites and ultimately the kaiser. Kaiser Wilhem II was an unpredictable, intelligent man with a poor judgement, hardly the kind of person you would give almost unchallenged political powers.
The ratification of the Constitution marked the beginning of the Early National Period. The ENP was filled with change. Everything from transportation to cooking became more efficient and changed the way ordinary Americans lived. The advancements in technology had a profound impact on American culture. Jack Larkin’s book, The Reshaping of Everyday Life, and the essays in A Shared Experience support Fischer’s thesis that “deep change” was happening in the ENP.
Both speeches done by the two were very influential and both had the same goal. King was a more non-violent type of leader, he wanted everyone to gather in song and come together and unite. Malcolm X thought of non-violent acts and singing songs would not get anyone anywhere. He thought that singing songs and protesting peacefully was not going to work. In Malcolm X the “Ballot or the Bullet”, and Martin Luther King Jr. “I Have a Dream”, they both felt that they have been cheated by the American System.
and his philosophy on non violence, Malcom X on the other hand had a completely different view on how to achieve people their rights by supporting violence. For many young African Americans, the need for greater sovereignty from the white majority was on full swing. They took inspiration from Malcom X who was the minister of the Nation of Islam. He captivated listeners with denunciations of whites and demands for black self respect. (Jacqueline Jones) To his admirers, he was a man who was an audacious advocate for the Civil Rights of African Americans who indicted white American in the harshest of terms (violence) for their crimes against blacks.
Washington’s Farewell Address George Washington is one of the most important founding fathers of our great nation. He was the first president of the United States, and made many important decisions, that helped America become successful. He was the one who said that America shouldn’t have a monarchy and have a president. He made the limited term law for presidents; he stated all presidents could only serve two terms. He started as a general in the army during the American Revolution; he was a very strong leader.
5/17/12 Through out American history the basic rights we take for granted today were not available to everyone in America. As time progressed more groups of people gained equal rights such as women and eventually Blacks. Without support from Presidents, The Supreme Court and Organizations of Private citizens, many Americans would not have the basic liberties we enjoy today. Organizations of private citizens helped fuel the push to create and equal America. The most influential of all citizens wanting to create equality was Martin Luther King Jr. Martin preached to protest and boycott peacefully.
George Washington, one of the greatest leaders of our time and the one who steadied the shaky ground that the infant nation of America was trying to get a firm hold on becoming a strong and resolute country. In the very beginning of American history, as the constitution was taking hold and the new nation was emerging, no one was quite sure as to the responsibilities of the federal government and the extent to their power. One of the major figures that would settle these issues would be the president, leader supreme. So the issue was quite large as to who would become the first president. Though a debate with much gravity, it hardly left any question as to who would gain this position.