Madison's Magazine

Dawes Act

The Dawes Act of 1887 was authorized by the president of the U.S. to survey American indian tribal land and divide it. (proud)
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Transcontinental Railroad

It expanded the U.S. and made it faster to travel west (proud)
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Push Factors

Helped to get immigrants here. (proud)
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Municipalities

Its like a little town outside of a big city that uses the cities laws
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Public Services

Public services is provided by the government to help the people
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Modern Warfare

Modern welfare come into use during and after World War II and the Korean War
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Graduated Income Tax (16th Amendment)

The government allowed Americans to collect income tax
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Yellow Journalism (William Randolph Hurst, Joseph Pulitzer)

Yellow Journalism is an over exaggerated form of journalism that exploits stories to attract the attention of reader's to gain their money. It began in the 1890's and continues today within celebrity magazines.
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Open Door Policy and John Hay

The policy proposed to keep China open to trade with all countries on an equal basis
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Wilson's Fourteen Points and U.S. War Aims

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