US History 11 lessons learned

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US History 11 lessons learned by Mind Map: US History 11 lessons learned

1. ***Technology*** How does technology impact society

1.1. Radio

1.1.1. warfare when there all new advancements in technology wars well change

2. ***Media*** to what extent does media influence people? to what extent does the media mirror or reflect society?

2.1. news articles that were tracking what was going on and Americans were seeing what was happening first hand

3. ***Migration*** what causes migration and how has it impacted America?

3.1. the grate migration when Africans move to northern and western city they well express there culture

4. ***leaders and presidents*** what makes an effective or ineffective leader?

4.1. a effective leader will make the good decisions

5. ***Government*** what is the role and responsibility of the american government?

5.1. prohibition

5.1.1. Economy woman and African Americans can do a lot to help the country

5.2. COLD WAR: Red Scare - America was scared of communism. They learned that accusing people of being a communist without proof is wrong.

5.3. when the government creates large social programs and cuts taxes debt will increase

5.4. Vietnam war

5.4.1. the government lied to the american people, the citizens got mad and dident trust the government anymore

6. ***Foreign relations*** How have foreign

6.1. the world did not learn anything

6.1.1. WW1 M.A.I.N and WW2 M.A.G.N.E.T.T

6.2. Cold War: Containment: The US learned that it needed to stop communism at all cost. It lead to Korean War.

6.3. containing a idea is very challenging and it can lead the us to conflicts and wars

6.4. North Vietnam invaded South Vietnam

7. World war 1

7.1. forming allies can draw the country into a border conflict When the US is involved with world affairs to a large extent

8. Civil rights movement

8.1. Malcolm X civil rights activist that believed in violence only as self defense

8.2. blacks were continuously fighting for equal rights and to stop Jim Crow Laws

8.3. the majority was black and they were angry at the government and the group was called the black panthers.