AP Learning Objective:
Explain the similarities and differences between the political parties during the Gilded Age.
I can discuss the issues that dominated American politics at the national and state level during the Gilded Age.
Critical Vocabulary: Homestead Act, Exodusters, Great Sioux War, Ghost Dance, Dawes Act, New Immigrants, Chinese Exclusion Act, Political Machines, Patronage, Pendleton Act, Populist Party, Omaha Platform, Laissez Faire Economics,Social Darwinism, Vertical Integration, Horizontal Integration, Monopoly, A Gospel of Wealth, American Federation of Labor, Industrial Workers of the World, Homestead Strike, Pullman Strike, Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, Muckrakers, Social Gospel Movement, Settlement House Movement, Atlanta Compromise, Niagara Movement, Square Deal, Trust-Buster, The Jungle, Meat Inspection Act, Pure Food and Drug Act, Progressive Party, New Nationalism, New Freedom, Sixteenth Amendment, Federal Reserve Act, Clayton Anti-Trust Act, Seventeenth Amendment, Eighteenth Amendment, Nineteenth Amendment
Homework: The Growth of Industry Reading
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