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WW 1-The Us cannot remain neutral after Germany's actions

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The "Zimmermann Note" is a note in which Germany promises Mexico to join forces and reconquer Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, if the United States decide to enter the war.

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Imperialism-The German Empire is a short-term colonial power

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German Propaganda pictured colonial possessions like a paradise in order to sway public opinion in favor of imperialism.

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Progressivism-Bismarck introduces insurance to the working class

Progressivism-Bismarck introduces insurance to the working class | America+Germany (1880-1920) | Scoop.it

Worker and Employer payed for Insurance to ensure the worker's well-being.

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Urbanization-Public transport

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Trains, subways and busses were an important asset to all big cities. They allow people to move out of the center of a city and travel quickly every day.

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Immigration-People from eastern Europe work in german industry

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Many immigrants from the East travel to Germany to find work. They help fuel german industry.

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Industrialization-Working class is forced to work in factories

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Traditional craftsmen were no longer able to compete with the machinery of the industry

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WW 1-Germany is responsible for many deaths during the war

WW 1-Germany is responsible for many deaths during the war | America+Germany (1880-1920) | Scoop.it

The German Empire had many weapons designed to decimate large numbers and inflict a lot of damage to targeted areas.

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Imperialism-The US denies Independence to the Philippines

Imperialism-The US denies Independence to the Philippines | America+Germany (1880-1920) | Scoop.it

The US had many colonial possessions (mostly islands) as far as the Philippines, but struggled to keep them peaceful and under control.

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Progressivism-National Parks

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Theodore Roosevelt was one of the first to create national parks for the sake of nature.

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lexi shea's curator insight, February 11, 2015 1:34 PM

He made the first national parks.

Did he make anything?

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Urbanization-The poor are forced to live in tenements

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Tenements are dark, narrow buildings without proper sanitation, inhabited by too many and therefore a place with diseases and pollution.

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Immigration-Nativist reject immigrants in America

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Former immigrants now blame new immigrants for problems in society and economy. They want to deny them the opportunity they once had.

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Industrialization-Technological Innovations in american cities

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Cities were lit up by electric lighting 

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