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Harper's Ferry Incident, John Brown hanged
1859
Civil War
1861-1865
Reconstruction
1865-1877
14th amendment (equal Rights)
1868
15th amendment (Right to Vote)
1870
Black Code Laws reenacted
Repressive laws virtually reinstate slavery
Grandfather Clause
Poll Taxes
Literacy tests
1865-1870
Plessy v. Ferguson Seperate but Equal
1896
Jackie Robinson
1947
Truman desegregates armed forces
DNC-Strom Thurmond & Dixiecrats
1948
Sweat v. Painter (seperate law school for blacks, not legal)
1945
Brown v. Board of Education (seperate inherently unequal
1954
Rosa Parks, Birmingham Bus Boycott
1955
March on Washington
1963
Century of Light
technological developments
1850-1910
WWI
1914-1918
Treaty of Versailles
1919
Roaring Twenties
1920s
Stock Market Crash & beginning of Great Depression
October 1929
US economic depression & WORLD depression
1930s
Hitler comes to power
FDR elected President
1932
Hitler abrogates Treaty of Versailles
1933
Italy invades Ethiopia, League of Nations does nothing
Hitler abandonds disarmament of Germany and builds war machine
1935
Germany occupies Rhineland
Spanish Civil War begins
1936
Japan invades China
Hitler begins "Final Solution"
1937
Hitler annexed Austria
Makes demands on Czech Republic to acquire more land for Germany
Meets with Chamberlain
"Peace in our time"
1938
Spanish civil war end
1939
Hitler invades Poland
1939
Japan, Germany, Italy form a loose alliance
1940
Pearl Harbor
1941, December 7
WWII ends
1945
Red Summer
1919
D DAY
1944
Auschwitz liberated
1945 Jan
Karl Marx
area-Economics
focus-class struggle
Communist Manifesto-1848
Thesis-----Anti-Thesis
-----Synthesis
Synthesis becomes Thesis
Ultimate Goal Communism
Werner Heisenberg
Area: Physics
Uncertainty Principle (SUBATOMIC particle)
Uncertainty in the universe
Albert Einstien
E=mc2, Area-physics, view of the world is relative
situation ethics
1919
Charles Darwin
Origin of Species (1859)
Area-biology
Survival determined by heredity and environment
Instinct
Sigmund Freud
psychoanalysis Man is not merely a rational being
He has subconcious fears & desires
Soren Kierkegaard
(1813-1855)Christian Existentialist
Dialectical Experience
Dread-------Despair
Purpose of human existence: To become aware of one's relationship with God
JeanPaul Sartre
(1905-1980) Man is alone
Only self-proclaimed existentialist
So he has created God a fiction
Man must make his own meaning and he is responsible for the consequences of his actions & choices