Points of Conflict -The Focus of HistoryFarina, Airene, CharlynPeriod 1
Woodrow Wilsonv.Henry Cabot Lodge(1919)
• Fourteen Points• 1919 Treaty ofVersailles• Wilson: peace treatyw/ Germany + means tomaintain peace• Lodge: No LoN = nowa...
Gloria Steinemv.Phyllis Schafley(1970)
Federalists v. Anti-Federalists(1787-1791)
Alexander Hamiltonv.Thomas Jefferson(1800)
HAMILTON(Federalist)JEFFERSON(Democratic Republican)Pro: US Natl Bank + tariffs Anti: US Natl Bank + tariffsLoose: whateve...
Harry S. Trumanv.Douglas MacArthur(1951)
Andrew Jackson v. Nicholas Biddle(1836)
Richard Nixonv.Supreme Court(1972)
NIXON V. SUPREME COURT(Watergate Scandal)
William Jennings Bryanv.William McKinley(1896)
Herbert Hoover v.Franklin D. Roosevelt(early 1930s)
Franklin Rooseveltv.Supreme Court(1930s)
ROOSEVELT V. SUPREME COURT(New Deal)
ROOSEVELT V. SUPREME COURT(New Deal)
Abraham Lincolnv.Stephen Douglas(1858)
Martin Luther King, Jr. v. MalcolmX(1955-1968)
Rutherford Hayesv.Samuel Tilden(1876)
HAYES V. TILDEN(Election of 1876)• Electoral Commission• Compromise of 1877
Toriesv.Patriots(1760s and 1770s)
Booker T. Washingtonv.W.E.B. DuBois(1905)
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Lesson 36 the focus of history 1

  1. 1. Points of Conflict -The Focus of HistoryFarina, Airene, CharlynPeriod 1
  2. 2. Woodrow Wilsonv.Henry Cabot Lodge(1919)
  3. 3. • Fourteen Points• 1919 Treaty ofVersailles• Wilson: peace treatyw/ Germany + means tomaintain peace• Lodge: No LoN = nowar interventions• Congress neverratified USs entryto LoNWILSON V. LODGE(US & League of Nations)
  4. 4. Gloria Steinemv.Phyllis Schafley(1970)
  5. 5. Federalists v. Anti-Federalists(1787-1791)
  6. 6. Alexander Hamiltonv.Thomas Jefferson(1800)
  7. 7. HAMILTON(Federalist)JEFFERSON(Democratic Republican)Pro: US Natl Bank + tariffs Anti: US Natl Bank + tariffsLoose: whatever notprohibited by the Constitutionis allowedStrict:whatever not allowedby the Constitution isprohibitedManufacturing, shipping,and tradeAgriculture
  8. 8. Harry S. Trumanv.Douglas MacArthur(1951)
  9. 9. Andrew Jackson v. Nicholas Biddle(1836)
  10. 10. Richard Nixonv.Supreme Court(1972)
  11. 11. NIXON V. SUPREME COURT(Watergate Scandal)
  12. 12. William Jennings Bryanv.William McKinley(1896)
  13. 13. Herbert Hoover v.Franklin D. Roosevelt(early 1930s)
  14. 14. Franklin Rooseveltv.Supreme Court(1930s)
  15. 15. ROOSEVELT V. SUPREME COURT(New Deal)
  16. 16. ROOSEVELT V. SUPREME COURT(New Deal)
  17. 17. Abraham Lincolnv.Stephen Douglas(1858)
  18. 18. Martin Luther King, Jr. v. MalcolmX(1955-1968)
  19. 19. Rutherford Hayesv.Samuel Tilden(1876)
  20. 20. HAYES V. TILDEN(Election of 1876)• Electoral Commission• Compromise of 1877
  21. 21. Toriesv.Patriots(1760s and 1770s)
  22. 22. Booker T. Washingtonv.W.E.B. DuBois(1905)

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