3 Written Questions
3 Multiple Choice Questions
- 1. U.S. right to expand west through North America. Also insist Europe stay out of central and south america.
2. US will not interfere in European wars and European affairs
Comes at a time of great expansion and political isolationism
- Eleanor Weinbridge attests looser sexual mores, and increased emphasis on personal fulfillment that characterized the New Era also impacted on the behavior of College Women.
- Women undervalued by surgeons
Not used to being around men
Out of place women example of archetype
3 True/False Questions
Crisis of confidence → Speech given by President Jimmy Carter talking about country coming together and not loosing trust in their government. Talked about wanting to tackle every crisis in 70's. Speech was given when Carter was up for re-election.
Artisan to factory hands → Had to do with the market revolution. The United States growing expansion from preindustrial trade workers who made goods into industrial revolution factory workers in the cities. The expansion of canals, roads, turnpikes for moving and producing goods more efficiently.
George Fitzhugh on Women Rights (1854) → Dedicates one chapter in his book "Sociology for South" that women are allowed one right. The right they are allowed is right to protection. The right to protection for women involves obeying sort of like children.