People fought for women’s suffrage because they believed it could open new doors politically as well as allow women to grow and contribute socially and economically to society as well.
In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries there were many groups and organizations that fought for the right for women’s’ suffrage, however there were just as many who also fought against them.
As the “woman question” became a bigger deal in politics and society, people began to form stronger opinions about whether or not they thought women should be allowed to vote.
The eighteenth century in Europe began a revolution on the topic of women’s suffrage.
Following a social-Darwinist point of view, Americans took their “God-given” superiority to those who were incapable of establishing their own self-government (Doc. After much debate, American foreign policy towards the Philippines and Cuba was that it is our duty to rule them until they could rule themselves.
We pledged to save the indigenous people from their savage, bloody, and corrupt ways of life.
The Industrial Revolution brought mass production, which forced the United States to seek a new global market for trade.
By the late 19th century, however, domestic concerns suppressed just enough to let foreign issues take the spotlight.
You will have one of these in any of the Social Science AP Exams you take.
Luckily (as of 2017), they are now are streamlined so that they all have the same rubric. Gotta show source info on 4/7 (POV, Purpose, Historical Context, or Audience). Did you use documents to corroborate, qualify, or modify an argument?