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wasn't the U.S practicing isolationism during this time period?
I believe so yea
I need some serious help man this is due tommorrow
A quick google search yields: http://teacherpages.nhcs.net/schools/hhs/billymason/Lecture%20Notes/US%20Foreign%20Policy%201865-1914.htm
yea can't use google i wish i coul
...Yet you can use an online study site? Is this a paper?
I guess we could use it because she didn't say we couldn't
haha. well according to the site, the states started to move in to its age of imperalism.
...I would consider openstudy to be an online resource, if you've got limitations on what you can get information from.
she didn't say so i guess we could
How are you writing a paper with no sources allowed? Or are you only allowed to use notes and your books?
notes and books but im going to say a internet source is fine because she didn't say we could not
Then...http://teacherpages.nhcs.net/schools/hhs/billymason/Lecture%20Notes/US%20Foreign%20Policy%201865-1914.htm is fine?
ok what would u pull out of that information?
then i have another question if you don't mind
usa was an isolationist country. Bye the end of ww1 it helped create a league of nations but never joined it.
i have trouble trying to decide what information i actually need from a website
Evaluate the progressive Era in the US between 1900 and 1917. Be sure to mention reforms in the lives of the American people, reform on the state level, and also the reform on the national level?
Well, look: The first bullet is Imperialism. Then it has the presidents involved, then advocates. I'd include some of the main people, and give examples of the US's interactions with other countries/people. It does depend, look at what information your teacher has given you, and try to present facts in those areas.
ok did you see my other question?
yeah, sorry. My internet is dying. http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h1061.html from a search. try taking notes on this, then judge what is most important, and should be your main point(s).