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European thought they had a better life in the USA
Americans thought their Desting to spread their traditions
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European thought they had a better life in the USA
Americans thought their Desting to spread their traditions
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Americans thought their Desting to spread their traditions
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Teritorial Expansion European thought they had a better life in the USA Americans thought their Desting to spread their traditions and across the USA I others have no culture blessed. God by felt justified for war and expelling people >,, manifest Destiny" => Dark side of american History? → > yes! → America first → human is human (no one has a Desting which is choosen already) it's still relevant because it effects the mind of. AMERICAN DREAM-HISTORY americans until today. beginning on the "Xith century bad effects; BLM is a result. Immigration European immigrants > religious persecution and bad economic conditions mid 19th century →→> • mostly people from nothern and western European countries <ا • early 20th century →· southern and eastern Europeans poor economic conditions دا Social and economic changes, Industrial Revolution, political instability ▶before, during and after World War II → · refuges hoped to escape political persecution •Since 1960 →• mostly Asian and Hispenics. .. that all men are created equal endlowed... with certain inalienable Declaration of Independance 4 July 1776 by Thomas Jefferson rights, that among these are life, liberty and pursuit of happiness possibility for every American (at first woman excluded) HISTORIAL CONTEXT to lead his/her life the way he/she wants to, making his/her own personal dreams Come frue questioned the rights of the British King, George III, in that it stated that everyone was created equal escape political persecution, find work and better living conditions many diverse groups of immigrants...

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in the USA In 2019 28% of the American population were immigrants (90 milion). 13. British colonies Located on the East cast had to pay taxes to the British goverment the colonies were not represented in the British Parliament there for Founding Fathers Benjamin Franklin; John Adams Thomas Jefferson, James Madison George Washington, John Jay Alexander Hamilton, Samuel Adams declared independence War of Independence from England. WHAT DOES THAT TELL US ABOUT focus on equality the goverment should always represent the people rights basic human rights . AMERICANS? ALL MEN ARE CREATED EQUAL" (and their are certain unalienable rights that the goverment should never violate). the goverment should secure these rights The civil Rights Movement SO's-60's Martin Luther "Darkness cannot drive out of darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out of nate; only love can do that ". King on. Origins strikt segregation • denial of voting rights -Examples: not allowed to to African American in southern USA. • Sit at the front of a bus out in a "white" resturante · Segregated facilities, schools. Results: civil Rights act (1984). Voting Rights act (1965) - protibition of discrimination •Numbers •Situation - constantly rising - from 8.5 Million in 1990 to u million in 2010 (3,5% of people living in: the US) -today 47 million immigrants lived in the USA illegal Illegal Immigration permanent risk of being deported - face a lack of social security Goals EQUAL RIGHTS FOR BLACK AND WHITE live in poor boroughs of big cities worle for law wages - are seen as a threst Tactics • breaking the law without violence peaceful protest •Sit-ins · voting rights, no segregation or discrimination / LAWS <ا Political answers more efficient border contral OBAMAS ANSWERS: • "Freedom-rides" -> on busses & trains • mass demonstration in Washington L> Martin Luther King! I have a dream'. Now Diskrimination of people of colour is still an issue in the USA. Eventhough those Laws were passed Racism still havily impacts the Lives of people of colour... BLM → Gorge Floyd -> - Offering oftizenship - citizenship for high school students under 16 TRUMPS ANSWERS: -zero tolerance - travel ban on citizens from majority - Muslims countries. building a wall on the Mexican border • very controversial The Mayflower Compact The colonies would remain loyal subjekts to king James. The colonists would live in accordance with Christians faith • The colonists would create one society The colonists would create and enact "Laws, ordinances, acts, consitutions and office" New World (North, central, and South America, as they were considered by the Europeans after, Christopher Columbus traveled there) Pilgrams - Mayflower ● American Constitution written in 1787 new ideas of a democratic state perfect Union - establish Justice ensure domestic Tranquility. - provide the common defense -promode the genarel Welfare secure the blessing of Liberty to ourselves and our Pasterity Delaration of Independence 1776 - equal and unalipale rights. → life, liberty and Persuit of happiness DEVOLPMENT OF THE AMERICAN DREAM Jefferson 1743-1826. • owning enough and being economically Self-suffident and having personal independence Sonly for white men and often at the expense of others freedom end of the 19th centrury. • hopes of social mobility L> industrialisom + immigration Roosevelt 1882-1945 if you work hard (or try to work hard). and follow the rules, the goverment will support you ✓ Great depression. After WWII AD= conumerism L eq. big hause, money, car, latest kitchen gadges L> goal, earn enough money to have a better live than your parents 1950s 1960s • the new left. • Civil rights movement / Black power Movement • LGBTQ racial minorities. • Woman ↓ AO demand more freedom and Choice, freedom and self fullment equally AMERICAN DREAM NIGHTMARES Vietnam War; September 11, 2001. Financial crisis starting in 2008. eg. THE AMERICAN DREAM TODAY the various do not retain their cultural heritage but amalgamate into one new Nation → first appeared in an essay by Jean de Crèvecoeur entitled "letters from an American farmer" in 17 Chinese Immigration ● Italian Irish Mexican Russian AMERICAN Chinese Irish Italian Mexican Russian •MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY → a society where various ethnic groups and their cultural heritage are accepted in their own right. ZERO TOLERANCE in order to prevent an influx of illegal immigrants from Southern American Countries allowed Border Patrol officials seperate children ->>> from their Parents →→ place them in foster families or orphanages → • heavily criticized by human right activists and child welfare advocates, politican, public More correct the various ethnicities living in the United States adding their own traditions, cultural values, etc. to the American people, the various heritages do not merge into one, but stay district "Unity in diversity • The American Dream itself has come to be seen more critically American dream is an illusion → not everyone has access to the possibilities usually associated with Present Economic Situation definition of the AMERICAN DREAM individual AMERICAN DREAM has been shattered for many people Owning a house → paying back loan / sell their houses. Trump promised to create 25 Million jobs financial crisis 2008 base rale increased →> difficulties paying back their loans Mortgage Bucked Securities THE AMERICAN DREAM DEFINED BY THE PEOPLE LIVING IN AMERICA · you if Great family. you work hard enough, you can be what ever Job ● Oppertunity • make things "better" for your children freedom Parents achieved it for the kids PEOPLE THAT ACHIEVED THE DREAM John D. Rockefeller →> father, buisness superstar, want بابا say they already reached it. more than four years ago ✓ in bad times people shift their definition ● AMERICAN DREAM- DEFINITION AND KEY ELEMENTS ● country of unlimited opportunities people can work their way." from rages to riches • hope for a better life without the kind of persecution or obstacles they had to face in their home countries. FREEDOM STATUE OF LIBERTY first thing immigrants. saw when they came to New York during the 19th and the first half of the 20th century. given I to the USA as a gift from France in 1886, to celebrate the first 100 years of American independence from Britain Showing the Decleration of Independence (July 4, 1776) • underneath her right foot the remains of broken shackles → Slavery ·• Symbolizing enlightenment, independence, Liberty and freedom ELLIS ISLAND • the place where most immigrants first set foot on American Soil • Island of hope / tears → as some were detained there for legal or medical reasons or even sent back to their home countries the gateway to a new-better-Life for the majority of immigrants a federal immigration station from 1892 to 1954 ● DEFINITION The American dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for every man with opportunity for each according to his ability or achievement' (Truslow Adams in his book "The epic America") SUCCESS the belief that everybody can realize. his or hers highest goal in life... ● PROGRESS the belief that everyone has the ability to not improve themselves but also their community MAIFEST DESTINY "the belief that America is God chosen country". People believe that America is the holy land./ country. by If a country has converted to the and was chosen God. American style democrazy, it is seen as a success. Americans have the task to spread their belief. in democrazy AMERICA = a country Superior to all other countries ones to establish moral rules and values across the globe ⇒PATRIOTISM FRONTIER The idea of crossing borders to expand your own territories.. expansion from coast to coast. ● دیا •Pacific coast was reached in the 2nd half of the 19th century after this mission new challenges.- were needed, eg. Space exploration (in particular the moon, landing in 1969), scientific. technological progress. coined by the journalist, JOHN L.O'SULLIVAN in 1839 > nation of progress, individual freedom, of universal enfranchisement ● pushing the borderline between civilization and wilderness further and further back LIBERTY AND EQUALITY the belief in the American form of goverment of the people, by the people and for the people as the sole quantor of LIBERTY and EQUALITY.". MULTICULTURALISM ... is a situation in which all the different cultural or racial groups in a society have equal rights and opportunities and none is ignored or regrded as unimportant. -The idea that different races and ethnicities can be combined as one nation. THE PURITANS English Protestants in the 16th and 17th centuries 1641, 21,000 having moved →> many returned (1629 to 1640) believers in education -> reagarding the bible. →> beliefs and values had a lasting impact on New England society towards the end of the 16th century some English Protestants felt that Protestantism in England was not much different from Catholicism HISTORY ● ● ● decided to leave England, seeking their Luck elsewhere first settled in Holland (1608), but moved back to England Wished to remain English subjects but free to worship God the way they wanted to • intention to purify the church of England, not to leave it September 1620: a group of 102 people left England for America, sailed on a ship called MAYFLOWER arrived in America 65 dayes later, in the bay they called Playmouth. Bay THE NEW in the Bible > Land God promised to the Israelites L> God ordered Moses to lead the people from CAPTIVITY in Egypt to Canaan "a land of milk and honey" ↓ America sees itself in this tradition. close to Manifes Desting CANAAN ・AMERICA = NEW CANAAN • First Congress originally proposed TWELVE Amendments in 1789 ● Amendment known as the BILL OF RIGHTS THE GREAT SEA gurantee America's citizens certain inalienable rights e.q. freedom of religion, freedom of speech/prees, right to bear Arms MA DGYPT Febre Billof Rights first ten amendments to the American Constitution • written because some delegates feared, that the American goverment would threaten everyone's ability to archieve personal freedom and the pursuit of happiness pe The Land of Canaan Tas C

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Teritorial Expansion European thought they had a better life in the USA Americans thought their Desting to spread their traditions and across the USA I others have no culture blessed. God by felt justified for war and expelling people >,, manifest Destiny" => Dark side of american History? → > yes! → America first → human is human (no one has a Desting which is choosen already) it's still relevant because it effects the mind of. AMERICAN DREAM-HISTORY americans until today. beginning on the "Xith century bad effects; BLM is a result. Immigration European immigrants > religious persecution and bad economic conditions mid 19th century →→> • mostly people from nothern and western European countries <ا • early 20th century →· southern and eastern Europeans poor economic conditions دا Social and economic changes, Industrial Revolution, political instability ▶before, during and after World War II → · refuges hoped to escape political persecution •Since 1960 →• mostly Asian and Hispenics. .. that all men are created equal endlowed... with certain inalienable Declaration of Independance 4 July 1776 by Thomas Jefferson rights, that among these are life, liberty and pursuit of happiness possibility for every American (at first woman excluded) HISTORIAL CONTEXT to lead his/her life the way he/she wants to, making his/her own personal dreams Come frue questioned the rights of the British King, George III, in that it stated that everyone was created equal escape political persecution, find work and better living conditions many diverse groups of immigrants...

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in the USA In 2019 28% of the American population were immigrants (90 milion). 13. British colonies Located on the East cast had to pay taxes to the British goverment the colonies were not represented in the British Parliament there for Founding Fathers Benjamin Franklin; John Adams Thomas Jefferson, James Madison George Washington, John Jay Alexander Hamilton, Samuel Adams declared independence War of Independence from England. WHAT DOES THAT TELL US ABOUT focus on equality the goverment should always represent the people rights basic human rights . AMERICANS? ALL MEN ARE CREATED EQUAL" (and their are certain unalienable rights that the goverment should never violate). the goverment should secure these rights The civil Rights Movement SO's-60's Martin Luther "Darkness cannot drive out of darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out of nate; only love can do that ". King on. Origins strikt segregation • denial of voting rights -Examples: not allowed to to African American in southern USA. • Sit at the front of a bus out in a "white" resturante · Segregated facilities, schools. Results: civil Rights act (1984). Voting Rights act (1965) - protibition of discrimination •Numbers •Situation - constantly rising - from 8.5 Million in 1990 to u million in 2010 (3,5% of people living in: the US) -today 47 million immigrants lived in the USA illegal Illegal Immigration permanent risk of being deported - face a lack of social security Goals EQUAL RIGHTS FOR BLACK AND WHITE live in poor boroughs of big cities worle for law wages - are seen as a threst Tactics • breaking the law without violence peaceful protest •Sit-ins · voting rights, no segregation or discrimination / LAWS <ا Political answers more efficient border contral OBAMAS ANSWERS: • "Freedom-rides" -> on busses & trains • mass demonstration in Washington L> Martin Luther King! I have a dream'. Now Diskrimination of people of colour is still an issue in the USA. Eventhough those Laws were passed Racism still havily impacts the Lives of people of colour... BLM → Gorge Floyd -> - Offering oftizenship - citizenship for high school students under 16 TRUMPS ANSWERS: -zero tolerance - travel ban on citizens from majority - Muslims countries. building a wall on the Mexican border • very controversial The Mayflower Compact The colonies would remain loyal subjekts to king James. The colonists would live in accordance with Christians faith • The colonists would create one society The colonists would create and enact "Laws, ordinances, acts, consitutions and office" New World (North, central, and South America, as they were considered by the Europeans after, Christopher Columbus traveled there) Pilgrams - Mayflower ● American Constitution written in 1787 new ideas of a democratic state perfect Union - establish Justice ensure domestic Tranquility. - provide the common defense -promode the genarel Welfare secure the blessing of Liberty to ourselves and our Pasterity Delaration of Independence 1776 - equal and unalipale rights. → life, liberty and Persuit of happiness DEVOLPMENT OF THE AMERICAN DREAM Jefferson 1743-1826. • owning enough and being economically Self-suffident and having personal independence Sonly for white men and often at the expense of others freedom end of the 19th centrury. • hopes of social mobility L> industrialisom + immigration Roosevelt 1882-1945 if you work hard (or try to work hard). and follow the rules, the goverment will support you ✓ Great depression. After WWII AD= conumerism L eq. big hause, money, car, latest kitchen gadges L> goal, earn enough money to have a better live than your parents 1950s 1960s • the new left. • Civil rights movement / Black power Movement • LGBTQ racial minorities. • Woman ↓ AO demand more freedom and Choice, freedom and self fullment equally AMERICAN DREAM NIGHTMARES Vietnam War; September 11, 2001. Financial crisis starting in 2008. eg. THE AMERICAN DREAM TODAY the various do not retain their cultural heritage but amalgamate into one new Nation → first appeared in an essay by Jean de Crèvecoeur entitled "letters from an American farmer" in 17 Chinese Immigration ● Italian Irish Mexican Russian AMERICAN Chinese Irish Italian Mexican Russian •MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY → a society where various ethnic groups and their cultural heritage are accepted in their own right. ZERO TOLERANCE in order to prevent an influx of illegal immigrants from Southern American Countries allowed Border Patrol officials seperate children ->>> from their Parents →→ place them in foster families or orphanages → • heavily criticized by human right activists and child welfare advocates, politican, public More correct the various ethnicities living in the United States adding their own traditions, cultural values, etc. to the American people, the various heritages do not merge into one, but stay district "Unity in diversity • The American Dream itself has come to be seen more critically American dream is an illusion → not everyone has access to the possibilities usually associated with Present Economic Situation definition of the AMERICAN DREAM individual AMERICAN DREAM has been shattered for many people Owning a house → paying back loan / sell their houses. Trump promised to create 25 Million jobs financial crisis 2008 base rale increased →> difficulties paying back their loans Mortgage Bucked Securities THE AMERICAN DREAM DEFINED BY THE PEOPLE LIVING IN AMERICA · you if Great family. you work hard enough, you can be what ever Job ● Oppertunity • make things "better" for your children freedom Parents achieved it for the kids PEOPLE THAT ACHIEVED THE DREAM John D. Rockefeller →> father, buisness superstar, want بابا say they already reached it. more than four years ago ✓ in bad times people shift their definition ● AMERICAN DREAM- DEFINITION AND KEY ELEMENTS ● country of unlimited opportunities people can work their way." from rages to riches • hope for a better life without the kind of persecution or obstacles they had to face in their home countries. FREEDOM STATUE OF LIBERTY first thing immigrants. saw when they came to New York during the 19th and the first half of the 20th century. given I to the USA as a gift from France in 1886, to celebrate the first 100 years of American independence from Britain Showing the Decleration of Independence (July 4, 1776) • underneath her right foot the remains of broken shackles → Slavery ·• Symbolizing enlightenment, independence, Liberty and freedom ELLIS ISLAND • the place where most immigrants first set foot on American Soil • Island of hope / tears → as some were detained there for legal or medical reasons or even sent back to their home countries the gateway to a new-better-Life for the majority of immigrants a federal immigration station from 1892 to 1954 ● DEFINITION The American dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for every man with opportunity for each according to his ability or achievement' (Truslow Adams in his book "The epic America") SUCCESS the belief that everybody can realize. his or hers highest goal in life... ● PROGRESS the belief that everyone has the ability to not improve themselves but also their community MAIFEST DESTINY "the belief that America is God chosen country". People believe that America is the holy land./ country. by If a country has converted to the and was chosen God. American style democrazy, it is seen as a success. Americans have the task to spread their belief. in democrazy AMERICA = a country Superior to all other countries ones to establish moral rules and values across the globe ⇒PATRIOTISM FRONTIER The idea of crossing borders to expand your own territories.. expansion from coast to coast. ● دیا •Pacific coast was reached in the 2nd half of the 19th century after this mission new challenges.- were needed, eg. Space exploration (in particular the moon, landing in 1969), scientific. technological progress. coined by the journalist, JOHN L.O'SULLIVAN in 1839 > nation of progress, individual freedom, of universal enfranchisement ● pushing the borderline between civilization and wilderness further and further back LIBERTY AND EQUALITY the belief in the American form of goverment of the people, by the people and for the people as the sole quantor of LIBERTY and EQUALITY.". MULTICULTURALISM ... is a situation in which all the different cultural or racial groups in a society have equal rights and opportunities and none is ignored or regrded as unimportant. -The idea that different races and ethnicities can be combined as one nation. THE PURITANS English Protestants in the 16th and 17th centuries 1641, 21,000 having moved →> many returned (1629 to 1640) believers in education -> reagarding the bible. →> beliefs and values had a lasting impact on New England society towards the end of the 16th century some English Protestants felt that Protestantism in England was not much different from Catholicism HISTORY ● ● ● decided to leave England, seeking their Luck elsewhere first settled in Holland (1608), but moved back to England Wished to remain English subjects but free to worship God the way they wanted to • intention to purify the church of England, not to leave it September 1620: a group of 102 people left England for America, sailed on a ship called MAYFLOWER arrived in America 65 dayes later, in the bay they called Playmouth. Bay THE NEW in the Bible > Land God promised to the Israelites L> God ordered Moses to lead the people from CAPTIVITY in Egypt to Canaan "a land of milk and honey" ↓ America sees itself in this tradition. close to Manifes Desting CANAAN ・AMERICA = NEW CANAAN • First Congress originally proposed TWELVE Amendments in 1789 ● Amendment known as the BILL OF RIGHTS THE GREAT SEA gurantee America's citizens certain inalienable rights e.q. freedom of religion, freedom of speech/prees, right to bear Arms MA DGYPT Febre Billof Rights first ten amendments to the American Constitution • written because some delegates feared, that the American goverment would threaten everyone's ability to archieve personal freedom and the pursuit of happiness pe The Land of Canaan Tas C