AP U.S. History 4.1 Period 7: 1890-1945

AP U.S. History 4.1 Period 7: 1890-1945. One direct, long-term effect of the technological development seen in the image was the...what?

AP U.S. HistoryPeriod 7: 1890–1945
LanguageEnglish Language
Transformation of the Nation During WWIIAdvances in Technology

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answers.........we're guessing

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that this kid is in a cyborg so probably it has more to do with the Box you sit [Kid sat on the floor inspecting a box]

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next to right let's start with a was a shift in western migration patterns one

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direct long-term effect of the development of radio probably take some

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seriously good storytelling to get people to up and leave their homes that [Young girl listening to radio]

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or maybe a whole lot of subliminal advertising either way the radio is not

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the most direct way to go about effecting migration patterns

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well technological developments may have helped people to get around but they [technological development examples appear]

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most likely didn't cause them to get going which means a can't be right so

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moving on to be arrives in xenophobia and patriotism is often linked with war

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well discovering a friend has ties to the enemy in war times can really change [Girls in locker room]

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how that friend is perceived the mentality of with us or against us tend

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to rear its head patriotism is how people demonstrate with us while the

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possibility of against us really gets that fear of foreigners company well the [Men walk towards each other and turn away]

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radio wasn't merely a strange enough or foreign enough invention to strike fear [Man and woman listening to radio]

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in the hearts of the American people no one was afraid that the radio was the

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alien enemy within simply biding its time and preparing to destroy the United [Alien radio army marching]

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States from its place of comfort in American home so he can give me the boot

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option C next knowing that the radios weren't out to get them in the 1930s and

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40s was surely a weight off everyone's shoulders on the flip side though no one [People walking around with radios on their shoulder]

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really gives the radio or similar technology credit for America's

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emergence as an international power well weren't they the driving force behind [Car driving down a road]

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the shift in how the world viewed the United States Argentina had their own

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radio stations and everything but we didn't see them doing

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big things in the international sphere in the same way as the US so the whole

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radio thing probably wasn't such a big deal on the emerging international power [Radio wielding a light saber]

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front right well what about B so you know that awesome moment of realization

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when it turns out someone else loved the very same TV show you do or movie score [Girl celebrating]

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flavor of Pringles in other words pop culture binds us that's what the radio

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did for people back then suddenly everyone could listen to the same music [Children watching cartoons]

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they're the same rad radio dramas and get news about what was happening on the

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other side of the country all at about the same time sprinkling

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some cars for people to travel all over the place and movies and well suddenly [Car travelling down highway]

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people had even more to bond over a shared national culture now that's a [Girls eating popcorn]

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long-term development so D is the right answer the frequency at which people

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listen to the radio is definitely changing non-state radio isn't getting

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this fair share of air let's take a look at the interwebs where digital [Smart phone and radio beside each other]

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broadcasting is alive and well still getting the beat drop