• CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO: WORLD WAR I, 1914–1920

     

    Triple Alliance (Central Powers) v. Triple Entente

     

    American Neutrality

                But, not really…

     

    Preparedness and Peace

                U-Boats and Unrestricted warfare

               

                Sussex Pledge


                Nat’l Security League

     

                1916 Campaign

     

    Safe for Democracy

                Zimmermann note

     

                Call for War

     

    Selling the War

                CPI- Creel

     

    Fading Opposition to War

     

    “You’re in the Army Now”

                Selective Service

     

    Racism in the Military

     

    Americans in battle

                Pershing and the AEF

     

    Organizing the Economy

                WIB- Baruch

     

                FA- Hoover

     

                Liberty Bonds

     

    The Business of War

     

    Labor and the War

     

    Women at Work

                WIS

    Woman Suffrage

     

    Prohibition

     

    Public Health

     

     

    Muzzling Dissent: The Espionage and Sedition Acts

     

    The Great Migration and Racial Tensions

     

    Labor Strife

                AFL and U.S. Steel

     

    AN UNEASY PEACE

    The Fourteen Points

     

    Wilson in Paris

     

    The Treaty Fight

                Sen. Lodge

     

    The Russian Revolution and America’s Response

     

    The Red Scare

     

    The Election of 1920