Throughout time diverse regions have considered other societies to be barbaric, causing them to have the desire of “civilizing” them. Likewise, During the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the American nativist groups, possessed a similar perspective towards immigration. Nativist’s opposed immigration, as they believed that it would negatively impact the United States socially, morally, politically, and economically. Socially and morally, the nativists feared that foreigners were a threat to the American society, as they were culturally inferior, possessed many ailments, and committed crimes. Politically, the ethnocentric nativists believed that immigrants would corrupt the government and negatively influence American politics.
Jane Addams, the speaker in Document 4, criticized the Spanish-American War and the militarism it encouraged in the United States. This gave many people the idea that maybe imperialism wasn’t such a great idea. They shunned the idea of using violence in order to grow the American Empire. William Graham Sumner, also criticized imperialism (Document 2). He believed that assimilating people to American culture through military force would cause the United States to seem violent like Spain.
Is the Treaty of Versailles to blame for World War Two? Yes, the treaty of Versailles did cause World War Two as it caused Germany to lose land, made Germany pay reparations, had Garmany take the blame for the war, and restricted Germany’s army. The first way the Treaty of Versailles caused World War Two is that Germany lost land. As shown in Doc A, Germany lost Alsace and Lorraine, and with the lost land Germany also lost forty percent
He believed that since they were not working with England to obtain resolution, the Continental Congress was not working on behalf of the colonies. Seabury also disliked policies that prevented trade with Britain, he believed that they caused even more tensions and affected the colonists negatively. 2. What does Paine see as the global significance of the American struggle for independence? - Thomas Paine wanted the colonies to receive their freedom from the British.
Paine even disproves the necessity of reconciliation between the colonies and Great Britain with two major points. In summarization, he says reconciliation will bring ruin because of the British desire to advance at the expense of America and Great Britain’s inability to protect or govern the colonies due to its distance from the continent (page 36-40). By providing numerous logical responses to arguments opposing the formation of America into its own state, Paine assures worries common among colonists, gaining even more advocates for American
The enlightenment wasn’t all good for Europe. It caused civil and religious wars, dynastic conflicts, and famine. These terrible events caused a domino effect that led to better things. First there was chaos in France which led to the execution of the English king and for the Dutch to break free from Spanish rule which led to the spread of protestant belief in Europe. People started to turn away from religious strife to create new ideas in understanding and improving the world that they lived in.
The many powerful people of the colonies wrote to talk against the formation of Congress. Letters would go into great depths about how Congress would make bad decisions, inefficiency and ultimately let down the American people. Especially, colonies’ individual governments such as Rhode Island spoke about how they do not approve of Congress and its main goals. In fact, the amount of boycott toward the idea of Congress did not allow the people to hear from Congress, but instead their state governments would overpower them with reasons not to allow it. This greatly affected the Congress’s way of communication to the colonialists.
After Germany signed the Treaty of Versailles nations of Germany had live miserable lives, because high inflation happened in Germany. Germany made a wrong decision when they had to pay money. Instead of taxing people to give money for the damage to Allies, Germany borrowed a lot of money from other countries. As a result they had to pay more money with a huge debt. However German government printed more money to pay off the debt but it caused inflation.
We will never stop until we win back what we deserve.” This obviously shows that Germans disliked the treaty when he describes the treaty “disgraceful” and they were really angry. Count Brockdorff-Rantzau, leader of the German delegation at Versailles said Article 231- the war-guilt clause - was: "a lie". Germany officially denied the war-guilt clause in 1927. He also stated “Those who sign this treaty, will sign the death sentence of many millions of German men, women and children.”-He is trying to portray that treaty of Versailles will make the German people suffer. The Germans also hated the loss of territory.
In the 19th century, a upsurge of romantic patriotism swept the Europe. To achieve non-union in 1848, this argument has led to the end of the formation of the state of the nation in 1871, which in turn delayed the development of positive national values. Hitler often called by the German public to sacrifice everything for the cause of their great nation, but his plan does not create German nationalism. Only enabled on an intrinsic cultural value of German society, the spread remains well to date. In addition, the dispute that the "failure" of 1848 reaffirmed latent aristocratic aims in the German middle class; so that this group never developed a confident program of