1. Utopian Edward Bellamy Scorns the Callousness of the Rich, 1888
2. Black Educator Booker T Washington Advocates Compromise and Self-Reliance, 1901
3. NAACP Founder W.E.B. Dubois Denounces Compromise on Negro Education and Civil Rights, 1903
1. Michael McGerr—“Class, Gender and Race at Home: The American Birthplace of Progressivism.”
2. Daniel T Rodgers—“American Progressivism in the Wider Atlantic World”
1. Was Progressivism an inspirational movement to further the nation’s democratic ideals or was it an attempt at social control by self-important, moralist busybodies?
2. To what extent (how much) was Progressivism an expression of American’s old utopian tendencies, and to what extent was it a reaction common to all industrializing nations?
Read the following from Chapter 6 (WWI and the League of Nations) and Answer the questions:
1. President Woodrow Wilson Asks Congress to Declare War, 1917
2. Senator Robert La Follette Passionately Dissents, 1917
3. Wilson Proposes a New World Order in the “Fourteen Points,” 1918
4. An Ambulance Surgeon Describes What it was like “Over There,” 1918
1. Jan Schulte-Nordhult—“Woodrow Wilson: Out of Touch Dreamer”
2. Elizabeth Cobbs-Hoffman—“Woodrow Wilson: Man of his Times”
1. How did the war further the Progressive agenda—AND undermine it?
2. What do you think of Woodrow Wilson’s Leadership? Was he a hopeless dreamer who bungled the peace or the prescient advocate of a new and necessary world order?
EACH question posed below needs to be answered in a lengthy paragraph of At Least 10-15 college-level quality, analytical sentences with 3 citation/quote from Cobbs–example: (Cobbs, 294)
Please SUBDIVIDE each answer/paragraph by labeling each chapter’s questions appropriately (a,b,c,d, etc…)
In-text citations or Footnotes/Endnotes will suffice
◊ ALL citations NEED TO BE BOLD in order to get full credit for them
◊ If you do NOT cite, you will receive NO CREDIT for that question
• use Times New Roman font 12 or comparable ONLY
• Submit ALL questions as one assignment HERE!!! (within Canvas)