The Social Changes of Jacksonian Period and WW1
Both the Jacksonian Period and post-World War I period encountered social changes, yet the post- World War I era was greater and more profound. While Jacksonian Democracy tried helped the common man, they neglected more than half of the population. Jacksonian Democrats reformed only to show their tendencies towards traditional white supremacy. As a result of the holes Jacksonian Democrats left behind, a series of social reforms arose. Some reforms did succeed in making changes, but many split society apart, failed, or were facing large obstacles to create any real transformation. …
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