Today we talked about the build up to the United States entering World War 1. We looked at Wilson's desire for neutrality, as well as the events that finally convinced him to join the Allied Powers. Then we talked about propaganda, as well as what it takes to convince someone to start a fight (or a war).
Then we used Chapter 24 to find evidence on the domestic impact WW1 had on the following:
Immigrants (Espionage Act)
You don't have homework over the weekend, but you should study and work on your paper.
Tomorrow we will be in the library during 3rd period for a work day on our fall papers.
You have a quiz on Monday. It is open note and will cover The Progressive Era through World War 1. You'll find notes in the "Progressive Era-WW1" PowerPoint