A. Jeannette Rankin was important to the nation because she was a feminist who became the first woman elected to Congress, voted against entry into World War I and II. B. Jeannette made a huge impact on myself because she represents how strong and determined woman can be for their rights. C. She made a impact on the present day because she was the first woman in congress and she standed for everything this generation has for woman today.
A. Franklin D. Roosevelt was important to pour nation because he was our 32nd President (1933-1945). He was in presidency during the great depression. He issued for a raised on taxes for the wealthy and social security. He led The United States to victory over WW2. B. He has a impact on me because he was a president in the country I live in. C. He has a impact on todays world because of the actions he made during world war 2 and the great depression.
A. Many progressives rejected Social Darwinism. Some people believed the problems the society faced was poverty, racism, class warfare etc. They believed that the way to fix this was providing good education and safe environment and a good work area. They wanted others to think hard about what democracy meant. They were a important part of our nation. B. This has a impact on me because I agree based on what I read that those were and still are the issues society faces. C. This has a impact on present day because there are still issues going on that obey to those same topics.
A. Henry Ford was a industrialist that came up with the idea of new transportation called the automobile. He introduced mass production methods and soon in 1913 the first moving assembly line for cars. He was important to the nation because he was a big influence on the industrial world. B. He is a impact on me because soon when I have my own car its important to know where the base of the creation came from. C. He is a impact on the world we live in today because new car creations and ideas are happening every year and it all started with Henry Ford.
A. Child labor is when kids are put to labor and it is important to the nation because it affects their childhood, potential and their dignity. Child labor mostly consist of physical and mental harm and development to the child. In the 1900's children were working in the industrial, mining and manufacturing work. B. The event of child labor is important to me because its still happening illegally and fluently in other countries. I am considered a child and I couldn't imagine my whole childhood gone with the idea of pushing my physical and mental abilities for work. C. This has a impact on present day because its still occurring till this day.
A. In the 1930s the most severe depression in our history it was important to the nation because it was hurting our economy. In the 1920's our economy was growing, for example the spread of cars and roads. Introduction to radio, heating and lighting for home and businesses. Movies, professional sports and traveling came into place for activities. B. This impacts me because I have access to all the things that just started becoming a thing in the 1920's. C. This has a impact on current events because we now have roads and drive cars for a type of transportation. We go to the movies etc. Everything they have we have just a more modern and advanced version.
A.The beginning of the fight for women’s rights in the 1900's started with Jeannette Rankin’s entry into Congress by nearly 70 years, grew out of a larger women’s rights movement. Soon in the Jazz ages woman got more rights like to vote and go out of the house and party and drink like the men, this is why it was so important tot the nation. They also got to express a more modern style to their everyday look. B. This impacts me because I am a female and I appreciate all the rights I have today as a female and that I get to express myself just like a male would. C. This affects the present day because woman are taking men jobs and are achieving a lot as a whole.
A.The Great Depression was a economic depression in the 1930's. The stock market crashed which helped the process of panic and millions of investors wiped out , this made a huge impact on the nation. Workers and industrial output declined. Banks failed and many were in poverty. B. This event impacts me because it gives me a warning that this could happen again and what to do if it does. C. This impacts people today because it helped companies and government know what not to do for this to happen again.
A. The era of Jazz age started in the 1920. This event was important to the nation because it impacts the lives of many as it brings out the culture and freedom of woman. A example of this is the rights of woman to vote. Woman got to express their style and personality through the new cloths and hair styles they presented. Jazz musicians were migrating from New Orleans in the big citys like New York and Chicago. All in all this ear was a time of artistic growth. B. This event impacts me because of the freedom of what I wear and the style I have today as a female. The music of jazz impacts me because it is soulful and expresses the times most African Americans faced with music back then. C. As of now, everyone woman or male is able to express their creative and artistic side of themselves. Jazz has shaped many musicians out there that favor that category.
A. As public schools came into place during reconstruction so did free education for African American's in Virginia.Free education for African Americans made a huge impact on the nation because it allowed more people to have a education. Many were please and beyond happy they get to incorporate school into their life, but it was still very segregated and many blacks were uncomfortable with the racial epithets. B. This is very important to me because if I was in that time I'd be faced with that same issue. I'm thankful that we get tot have more rights and freedom... and the opportunity to become more diverse. C. This affects present day because it was the first event that shaped education rights for African Americans... and it leads to more changes that need to be done in the present day regarding segregation.