terrorism by definition is the systematic use of terror especially as a means of coercion. terrorism began in the earliest of times in our global history, acts such as assassinations of high priority people and acts of mass murder. but … Continue reading →
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PoFYV8IOtR4 The song written by Stevie Wonder, is similar to what i have posted in my previous post, here Stevie stresses that everyone is still not free and even Stevie is still not free. in our time there is still … Continue reading →
Janis Joplan Summertime The song “Summertime” by Janis Joplan really represents freedom in the late 1970’s. summer is a time where everyone is free from everything. it is a time where everyone wheres there best clothes and put on there … Continue reading →
life in the suburbs during the 1950″s residential and consumer spending were at its highest in a while. due to a thriving economy population was rising and people starred moving to suburbs. this was a main cause form economic freedom. … Continue reading →
Joseph Mccarthy had won the election to the senate in 1946. during one of his speeches he reported that there were more than 200 communist working for the state department. he would call out many people but never proved one … Continue reading →
The Red menace was one of the many anticommunist movies and media that America produced during the cold war. America named it “militant liberty ” they wanted to change the scripts of the movies to support america anything short of … Continue reading →
President Franklin D. Roosevelt expressed four freedoms that should serve as a foundation not only for the U.S. but for the world: the four freedoms- Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Worship, Freedom from Want, and Freedom from Fear. following this … Continue reading →
“> in this video is a brief speech from President Warren g. Harding in the 1920. President Harding was a strong public speaker and he had many known phrases like the return of “normalcy” or “Americas first”. even though his … Continue reading →
In this chapter Foner’s explanation of woman’s suffrage is very brief. he doesn’t really explain the behind the scenes action that woman protesters did. he only explained a story of Alice Paul and how she impacted the us with woman … Continue reading →
The 1800’s was the rise of the woman era, during this time woman were still not allowed to vote but still got a lot of benefits which included giving married woman the control their own wages, properties and the jobs … Continue reading →
During the beginning the industrial age, the cowboys were witnessing a very big boom in the cattle industry. The usual way for the cowboys to transport the cattle was through the Shawnee trails . As America grows they start building … Continue reading →
The Blacks idea of freedom was linked to land ownership,They would argue that since for a most part of their lives they had worked the land so therefore they were entitled to part ownership of the land. Some blacks from the south described freedom as “a privilege not a right”. And acted likewise in their everyday activities.
Freedom for the blacks was not really realized in the short term. there was still some blacks still working on farms and were still getting treated very badly through discrimination and hate crimes. life was still very harsh for them.
They same that “nothing happens overnight”, the same goes for the blacks. life was not so easy for the blacks in the beginning, they faced many hardships which included racial discrimination and other crimes that made the black feel like they were back in the cage of slaver, the blacks are not going to feel the full effect of reform until the later years. Continue reading →