Apush Chapter 14 Outline

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Ch. 14 Outline

This chapter is organized in chronologically. The major the major themes of this chapter is Sexual Privacy, The Ninth amendment, and Unremunerated Rights. What are social Movements? Social Movements in American Politics, Slavery and Abolitionism, and Civil Rights and the Civil war Amendments. The major questions are as follows. Where does the energy that drives social movement come from? Does affirmative action to assist minorities and women inevitably mean reserve discrimination against white men? What were the similarities and differences between the movements for racial and gender equality.
Five key terms:
Social movement- A collective enterprise to change the way society is organized and operates in order to produce changes …show more content…

The people protesting sometime get out of hand. The social movements and who they interact with other people. These social movements challenge not “just policies but also people, procedure and institutions.
Social Movements in American Politics, what’s us to know the
Slavery and Abolitionism wants us to know the definition of abolitionist the patriot debates over freedom and the independence during the revolution. Within the civil war the population of the US grew from 3 million to thirty million. The blacks in the north were allowed to organized and protest. Benjamin Franklin and Alexander Hamilton founded the Pennsylvania society for abolition and slavery in 1831. Also another fact is William Lloyd garrison publishes the first edition of the liberation England.
Civil Rights and the Civil War Amendments wanted us to know about Dred Scott v. Sanford in regards to the “white slave owners did what they wanted with the black slaves , because they had no rights”(443). Illinois was a free state for blacks. The civil was amendments to the Constitution were designed for the blacks to have the same rights ah the whites and have respect. We also needed to know the Civil war

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