What do you believe are the most important social, political, and economic changes from 1865 to 1920?

This is an essay question i really need help with! I must provide one change for each (one for social, one for political and one for economic), for a total of 3 changes.

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6 Responses to “What do you believe are the most important social, political, and economic changes from 1865 to 1920?”

  1. Proud Hippy Pinko Commie Liberal said:

    For all three of those: the corporate personhood decision in 1886, by far. Look up the Supreme Court case Santa Clara County v. Southern Pacific Railroad. That is paramount and it changed the United States forever.

  2. Filthy_B said:

    try woman’s suffrage

  3. Jason A said:

    1. Sixteenth Amendment – Made us wage slaves to the Zionist Bankers who own the

    2. Federal Reserve which turned a 1913 dollar into $0.03 in today’s currency.

    3. Reconstruction – Carpetbaggers from the North ruined race relations for nearly 100 years and exacerbated the wealth difference between regions of the country.

  4. Mr. Happyman16 said:

    Unions as a result of ridiculous monopolies and the beginning of anti-trust laws

  5. W.C. Felcher said:

    1. The Nineteenth Amendment (Amendment XIX) to the United States Constitution prohibits each state and the federal government from denying any citizen the right to vote because of that citizen’s sex. It was ratified on August 18, 1920.

    2. Telecommunications. Telegraph, telephone, radio

    3. Sixteenth Amendment authorizing income tax.

  6. Alex said:

    Political: Woman’s Suffrage

    Economic: Industrial Boom of the North + Midwest

    Social: Progressive Movement




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