Social and Cultural Uncle Tom’s Cabin V.s. Cesar Chavez Cesar Chavez

Social and Cultural Uncle Tom’s Cabin v.s. Cesar Chavez Cesar Chavez had a greater impact on US history because he was able to unite the nation through fighting for farmers rights (via grape boycott) and continued to help found the National Farm Workers Association. Nativism v.s. NAACP Nativism had a greater impact on US history because it caused the creation of a whole political party, the Know-Nothing Party. Plessy v. Ferguson v.s. Enlightenment Plessy v. Ferguson had a greater impact on US history because it created the doctrine of ‘separate but equal’.

Jacob Riis v.s. Chinese Exclusion Act

Jacob Riis had a greater impact on US history because he used his gifts as a journalist to make people aware of the lifestyle of people in New York slums through his work How the Other Half Lives that promoted change through sanitary reform. Frederick Douglass v.s. McCarthyism McCarthyism had a greater impact on US history because it took advantage of people’s fear of communism and ended up causing innocent people to be blacklisted. Seneca Falls Convention v.s. Reservation System Seneca Falls Convention had a greater impact on US history because it was the first official convention for women’s rights. Abolitionist Movement v.s. Consumerism The Abolitionist Movement had a greater impact on US history because it was the main reason for the sectional divide between the north and south pre civil war.

Transcendentalism v.s. White Flight/Suburbs

Transcendentalism had a greater impact on US history because it’s philosophy helped to progress movements like abolitionism and feminism. Yellow Journalism v.s. Brown v. Board of Education Brown v. Board of Education had a greater impact on US history because it outlawed segregation in schools. Radio/Mass Culture v.s. Martin Luther King, Jr Martin Luther King Jr had a greater impact on US history because he was able to unite the civil rights activists and promote non-violent protests.

Trail of Tears v.s. Dred Scott Decision

The Trail of Tears had a greater impact on US history because the Cherokees sued to keep their their land and won, but Jackson forced them to move anyway, continuing a long line of neglect for Native Americans. Nat Turner v.s. Abraham Lincoln (13th-15th Amendments) Abraham Lincoln (13th-15th Amendments) had a greater impact on US history because the amendments have African Americans the right to vote and abolished slavery in general. Common Sense v.s. John F Kennedy (Legacy of Civil Rights) Common Sense had a greater impact on US history because it helped persuade the 13 colonies to fight for their freedom against Britain. William Lloyd Garrison v.s. City on a Hill City on a Hill had a greater impact on US history because it was one of the first instances of Americans trying to create a perfect society.

19th Amendment v.s. Immigration Quotas

Immigration Quotas had a greater impact on US history because they greatly limited the number of immigrants allowed into the US especially from the eastern asia, furthering the red scare. National Organization of Women (NOW) v.s. First Great Awakening National Organization of Women had a greater impact on US history because they called for equal payment and employment opportunities for women. Cesar Chavez v.s. Nativism Nativism had a greater impact on US history because it was a cause of the immigration act of 1924 which wouldn’t be fixed until 1965 in the immigration act of 1965.

Plessy v. Ferguson v.s. Jacob Riis Plessy

Ferguson had a greater impact on US history because it upheld segregation as part of the constitution. McCarthyism v.s. Seneca Falls Convention The Seneca Falls Convention had a greater impact on US history because it created the Declaration of Sentiments which called for a radical idea for the time, women’s right to vote. Abolitionist Movement v.s. Transcendentalism The Abolitionist Movement had a greater impact on US history because it caused Bleeding Kansas, the debate over slave v.s. non slave states caused so much tension that Americans cheat the voting system. Brown v. Board of Education v.s. Martin Luther King Jr Brown v. Board of Education had a greater impact on US history because since African Americans were able to get the same education as whites, they would have better opportunities for post-secondary education and for jobs.

The Trail of Tears v.s. Abraham Lincoln (13th-15th Amendments)

Abraham Lincoln (13th-15th Amendments) had a greater impact on US history because the 13th-15th amendments marked the end of abolitionism and the start of reconstruction in the south, helping African Americans and kind of starting the civil rights movement. Common Sense v.s. City on a Hill Common Sense had a greater impact on US history because it helped spread the idea of creating a democratic republic. Immigration Quotas v.s. National Organization of Women National Organization of Women had a greater impact on US history because they came very close to passing the equal rights amendment and is still trying to ratify the amendment today. Nativism v.s. Plessy v. Ferguson Nativism had a greater impact on US history because it caused a geographical divide between immigrants and Americans, inner city v.s. Suburbs.

Seneca Falls Convention v.s. Abolitionist Movement

The Abolitionist Movement had a greater impact on US history because it kept Europe out of the Civil War. Brown v. Board of Education v.s. Abraham Lincoln (13th-15th Amendments) Abraham Lincoln had a greater impact on US history because without the 13th-15th amendments abolishing slavery, then Brown v. Board of Education wouldn’t have been possible. Common Sense v.s. National Organization of Women Common Sense had a greater impact on US history because it influenced the colonies to create their own government apart for Britain. Nativism v.s. Abolitionist Movement The Abolitionist Movement had a greater impact on US history because it eventually succeeded in abolishing slavery through the 13th-15th amendments. Abraham Lincoln (13th-15th Amendments) v.s. Common Sense Common Sense had a greater impact on US history because it sparked the Revolutionary War, which is why America exists today.

Abolitionist movement v.s. Common Sense

Common Sense had a greater impact on US history because it easily communicated a new radical idea for a form of government which has morphed into our government today. Political Coercive/Intolerable Acts v.s. Monroe Doctrine The Monroe Doctrine had a greater impact on US history because it helped establish the US as more isolationist. Containment v.s. Watergate Containment had a greater impact on US history because it pitted the US against the Soviet Union in the Cold war. Mayflower Compact v.s. Mexican American War The Mexican American War had a greater impact on US history because it set the border for Texas. Thomas Jefferson v.s. Roe v. Wade Thomas Jefferson had a greater impact on US history because he helped write the Declaration of independence. Emancipation Proclamation v.s. War of 1812 The War of 1812 had a greater impact on US history because it resulted in setting the borders between the US and Canada. Articles of Confederation v.s. Teddy Roosevelt Teddy Roosevelt had a greater impact on US history because he helped the US establish a strong navy. Revolutionary War v.s. Jamestown The Revolutionary War had a greater impact on US history because it established the US as its own independent nation. Vietnam War v.s. Virginia House of Burgesses (1619) The Virginia House of Burgesses had a greater impact on US history because it was the first legislative assembly in America. Richard Nixon v.s. Spanish American War The Spanish American War had a greater impact on US history because it established the US as a world power.

Treaty of Versailles v.s. Detente

The Treaty of Versailles had a greater impact on US history because it ended the first world war. Marshall Plan v.s. Manifest Destiny Manifest Destiny had a greater impact on US history because it supported the annexation of Texas. Marbury v. Madison v.s. Popular Sovereignty Popular Sovereignty had a greater impact on US history because it gave Americans the choice of whether states were slave or non slave. George Washington v.s. Woodrow Wilson George Washington had a greater impact on US history because he helped America win the Revolutionary War. Confederate States of America v.s. Missouri Compromise The Missouri Compromise had a greater impact on US history because it created a physical divide between the north and the south that would later impact the succession of the south from the union. John Marshall v.s. Bacon’s Rebellion John Marshall had a greater impact on US history because his federalist views helped create a stronger central government.

Korean War v.s. Constitution

The Constitution had a greater impact on US history because it is the basis of our laws. Monroe Doctrine v.s. Containment Containment had a greater impact on US history because it caused the US to build up its arms in competition with the Soviet Union. The Mexican American War v.s. Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson had a greater impact on US history because he used his foreign policy skills to gain the Louisiana Purchase from France. The War of 1812 v.s. Teddy Roosevelt The War of 1812 had a greater impact on US history because it instilled an idea of nationalism in Americans because we were able to defeat Britain for the second time. The Revolutionary War v.s. Virginia House of Burgesses The Virginia House of Burgesses had a greater impact on US history because it encouraged the other colonies to adopt a similar form of government. The Spanish American War v.s. The Treaty of Versailles The Treaty of Versailles had a greater impact on US history because it bullied Germany to the extent that Hitler was able to come to power and eventually start World War 2. Manifest Destiny v.s. Popular Sovereignty Manifest Destiny had a greater impact on US history because of Polk’s strong belief in it which led him to convince the public who then forced/convinced congress to declare war on Mexico. George Washington v.s. Missouri Compromise George Washington had a greater impact on US history because he defined the presidency as two four year terms and set the example for the amount of power the president should have.

John Marshall v.s. The Constitution

John Marshall had a greater impact on US history because he gave the supreme court the power to declare things unconstitutional. Containment v.s. Thomas Jefferson Containment had a greater impact on US history because it caused tensions between the US and Soviet Union which led to the Space Race. The War of 1812 v.s. Virginia House of Burgesses The Virginia House of Burgesses had a greater impact on US history because the ideas and leaders of the house of burgesses helped bring about the Revolutionary War. Treaty of Versailles v.s. Manifest Destiny Manifest Destiny had a greater impact on US history because it caused us to create the Oregon Treaty with Britain. George Washington v.s. John Marshall John Marshall had a greater impact on US history because he helped elevate the Supreme court to be equal to the other two branches through judicial review.

Containment v.s. Virginia

House of Burgesses Containment had a greater impact on US history because it caused the Cuban Missile Crisis, which almost resulted in nuclear war between the world’s two superpowers, guaranteeing mutual destruction. Manifest Destiny v.s. John Marshall Manifest Destiny had a greater impact on US history because it succeeded in connecting the US from sea to shining sea. Containment v.s. Manifest Destiny Containment had a greater impact on US history because it caused the US to interfere in multiple wars including the Vietnam War and Korean War. Economic NAFTA v.s. Populists NAFTA had a greater impact on US history because it created 5 million jobs for Americans, but got rid of lots of manufacturing jobs due to companies moving to Mexico. Pullman Strike v.s. Over-speculation (in general) The Pullman strike had a greater impact on US history because it almost completely halted work on the railroads although it was unsuccessful. Lyndon B Johnson (Great Society) v.s. Social Darwinism LBJ’s Great Society had a greater impact on US history because by funding social programs, it managed to reduce crime and improve the environment. Homestead Strike v.s. Rosie the Riveter Rosie the Riveter had a greater impact on US history because it encouraged women to join the workforce to replace the men that went off to war. 1st National Bank (Alexander Hamilton) v.s. Federal Reserve 1st National Bank had a greater impact on US history because it established the common currency of the US. Captains of Industry v.s. American Federation of Labor Captains of Industry had a greater impact on US history because the often used their fortunes to help the country as a whole, JP Morgan loaning money to the government.

Mercantilism v.s. Erie Canal

The Erie Canal had a greater impact on US history because it allowed an easier way for people and goods to travel across the appalachians. Franklin Roosevelt v.s. Tariff of Abominations FDR had a greater impact on US history because of his new deal which included a series of social programs, financial reforms and regulations that helped the US recover from the great depression. Keynesian Economics v.s. Gold Standard The Gold Standard had a greater impact on US history because without the gold standard, we would have silver backed dollars which proved to be very unstable. Ronald Reagan –supply side economics v.s. Gospel of Wealth Ronald Reagan supply side economics had a greater impact on US history because it cut government spending on social programs by 35 billion.

Homestead Act v.s. Industrial Revolution

The Industrial Revolution had a greater impact on US history because it created more factory jobs. Henry Ford –assembly line v.s. Louisiana Purchase The Louisiana Purchase had a greater impact on US history because it provided better land for farmers. The American System (Henry Clay) v.s. Panama Canal The American System had a greater impact on US history because it invested government funds in internal improvements Eli Whitney –cotton gin/interchangeable parts v.s. Haymarket Square Riot Andrew Jackson’s War on the Bank v.s. Transcontinental Railroad Adam Smith v.s. Embargo Act (1808)

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