Imperialism fueled steel production in the United States.
New Deal policies created jobs for many of the unemployed.
The Sherman Antitrust Act allowed for regulation of big business.
Laissez-faire economic policies allowed private businesses to operate freely.
Oil shortages and rising prices
Oil shortages and falling prices
Oil surpluses and rising prices
Oil surpluses and falling prices
Opening more doors of diplomacy
Considering the needs of native peoples
Violating fundamental human rights
Establishing protection for weaker countries
Suffrage cannot be denied on the basis of race.
Anyone born in the United States is a citizen.
Congress has the power to collect taxes.
Slavery cannot exist in the United States.
It called for a final withdrawal of the United States troops.
It called for a withdrawal of Soviet troops.
It allowed the United States to rightly claim victory in Vietnam.
It allowed French leaders to intervene with the Vietnamese.
Northern states offered them free farmland.
Labor unions in the North recruited them as members.
Southern Jim Crow laws restricted their job opportunities.
New laws forced them to leave the South or pay heavy fines.
To escape the threat of war in Europe
To spread new political ideas from Europe
To bring new industrial techniques to the United States
To take advantage of economic opportunities in the United States
Break up corporate trusts
Avoid interfering with strikes
Regulate corporate profits
Avoid free and open competition
They broadened states rights to avoid military conflict.
They engaged in propaganda to defeat other political parties.
They expanded government involvement in people’s lives.
They followed a laissez-faire economic approach to avoid regulation.
A shrinking industrial base in the North
More agricultural jobs in the Mountain West
A growing commercial base on the East Coast
More manufacturing jobs in the Great Plains