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									  List of Previous DBQ Topics Already Asked (1973-
                       2003)

Years Covered                        Topic                               Exam

  1607-1700     Early English Colonization                               1993
  1750-1776     Colonial Unity & Identity                                1999
  1750-1780     Democracy in Wethersfield, CT                            1976
  1781-1789     Articles of Confederation                                1985
    1789        Alien & Sedition Acts                                    1977
  1801-1817     Jefferson & Madison: Constructionists?                   1998
  1820-1839     Jacksonian Democrats                                     1990
  1815-1825     Nationalism & Sectionalism in the Era of Good Feelings   2002(B)
  1790-1839     Jackson and Indian Removal                               1980
  1825-1850     Antebellum Reform Movements                              2002
  1776-1876     Northern Middle Class Women                              1981
  1850-1861     The Constitution & Crises of the 1850s                   1987
  1859-1863     John Brown                                               1982
    1860        Lincoln & the Crittenden Compromise                      1974
  1865-1877     Social & Political Changes of Reconstruction             1996
  1840-1899     The Settlement of the West                               1992
  1865-1900     Federal Government and Lassiez-Faire                     1979
  1875-1900     Labor in the Gilded Age                                  2000
  1800-1900     Agrarian Unrest & the Populists                          1983
  1877-1915     Booker T. Washington vs. W.E.B. DuBois                   1989
  1830-1914     American Expansionism/Imperialism                        1994
    1899        Ratification of the Treaty of Paris in 1899              1975
  1890-1925     Evolution of Women in American society                   1997
  1900-1919     Prohibition                                              1978
  1917-1921     The Senate Defeat of the Versailles Treaty               1991
  1900-1920     Effectiveness of Progressive Era Reformers               2003(B)
  1920-1929     Change and Tension in the Roaring Twenties               1986
    1924        Immigration Act of 1924                                  1973
  1928-1945     Hoover & FDR: Liberal or Conservative?                   1984
  1929-1941     The New Deal and Expansion of Government                 2003
  1939-1947     The Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb                     1988
  1948-1961     Eisenhower’s Success in the Cold War                     2001
  1960-1969     The Civil Rights Movement                                1995
       Possible DBQ Topics for 2004 and Beyond

   The Collision of Worlds: Europeans, Indians, and Africans
   Tensions/Rebellions in Colonial Society in the 17th and/or 18th century(s)
   Factors Leading To Rebellion Against England (1763-1776)
   The Constitution: Compromises, Ratification, Impact
   Washington’s/Adam’s/Jefferson’s Political Legacies
   Louisiana Purchase/Lewis and Clark
   War of 1812: Causes, Impact, Significance
   Re-emergence of the Two Party System
   States Rights & Controversies in the Age of Jackson
   The Market Revolution during the Antebellum Age
   Mexican War and the Expansion of Slavery
   The New South: Politics, the Economy, “Colonial Status”
   Native Americans (some section of the Civil War-1970s)
   Causes/Impact of Industry and Technology during the Gilded Age and
    Progressive Era
   Urbanization and City Life (1870s-1910s)
   Intellectual and Cultural Movements (late 1800s-early 1900s)
   The Rise of Conservationism and the Environmental Movement
   WWI and/or WWII: Motives and/or Impacts [political, social, economic]; WWII
    Home Front
   Foreign Policy Between the World Wars
   Great Depression: Causes, Impact (social, economic, cultural)
   1950s Culture, Economics, and Politics by Itself or Compared to the 1920s
   The Stormy Sixties/Seventies: Vietnam, Assassinations, Civil Rights, Hippies,
    Watergate
   Political Compromises in Early US History: Constitution vs. Civil War
   Civil Liberties During Wartime (quasi-war, Civil War, WWI, WWII)
   Reconstruction and the Civil Rights Movement
   Change in the role and office of the Presidency or the federal government (post
    WWII)
   Change in 20th Century US foreign policy: imperialism to isolationism to
    interventionism

								
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