Asked in American Revolution
What was the federalist era?
The Federalist Era describes the period of time between 1789 and 1801. It is so named because during this time, the Federalist Party was the dominant political party. The United States Constitution was adopted and separate political parties developed. ...
Asked in US Civil War
Whose presidential administration was characterized as the Era of Good Feelings?
The Monroe administration was characterized as the Era of Good Feeling. The Era of Good Feeling was epitomized by a tour Monroe went on across the country, called the good-will tour. ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society
How does the modern era differ from the post-classical era?
The modern era is characterized by global exchange of ideas and goods, while this kind of exchange was mostly regional during the post-classical era. ...
How did the Federalist Papers clarify the goals of the Constitution?
The Federalist Papers attempted to clarify the goals of the Constitution by stating problems the country faced, and articulating how the Constitution would address and solve those problems. One example would be the need for a coherent national defense. ...
Asked in Reconstruction Era
What were the problems during the Reconstruction Era?
There was lots of problems the main problems was the mistreatment of the African American population during this period. ...
What lessons does the progressive era offer about social problems in the US today?
The lessons that the Progressive Era offer about social problems in the United States today is decision making. ...
Asked in History of the United States
What were some problems during the progressive era?
Two problems during the Progressive Era were political corruption and an ineffective government. Other problems included poor working conditions for laborers, and high prices for consumer goods. ...