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Economics introdcution

Unit Overview

Key Concept 7.1: Growth expanded opportunity, while economic instability led to new efforts to reform U.S. society and its economic system.


Key Concept 7.3: Participation in a series of global conflicts propelled the United States into a position of international power while renewing domestic debates over the nation’s proper role in the world.


Unit 1

1491-1607

Unit 1

1.2 Native American Societies before European      Contact

1.3 European Exploration in the Americas


1.4 Columbian Exchange, Spanish Exploration,     and Conquest

1.5 Labor, slavery, and Caste in the Spanish     Colonial System


1.6 Cultural Interactions Between Europeans     Native Americans, and Africans

Unit 2

1607-1754

Unit 2

1.2 European Colonization

1.3 The Regions of British Colonies

1.4 Transatlantic Trade

1.5 Interactions between American Indians and      Europeans

1.6 Slavery in the British Colonies

1.7 Colonial Society and Culture

Unit 3

1754-1800

Unit 3

3.2 The Seven Yars' War

3.3 Taxation without Representation

3.4 Foundations of Revolution

3.5 The American Revolution

3.6 Influence of Revolutionary Ideas

3.7 Articles of Confederation

3.8 Constitutional Convention

3.9 The Constitution

3.10 New Republic

3.11 Developing an American Identity

3.12 Movement in Early Republic

Unit 4

1800-1848

Unit 4

4.2 The Rise of Political Parties / Jefferson

4.3 Politics and Regional interests

4.4 America on the World Stage

4.5 Market Revolution - Industrialization

4.6 Market Revolution - Society

4.7 Expanding Democracy

4.8 Jackson and Federal Power

4.9 Development of an American Culture

4.10 Second Great Awakening

4.11 A Age of Reform

4.12 African Americans in Early Republic

4.13 Society of the South / Early Republic

Unit 5

Unit 5

5.1 Introdcution to Factors Markets

5.2 Changes in Factor Demand and Factor Supply

5.3 Profit-Maximizing Behavior in Perfectly Competitive Factor Markets

5.4 Monopolistic Markets

Basic Economic Concepts

Basic Economic Concepts

1.1 Scarcity

1.2 Resource Allocation and Economic Systems

1.3 Production Possibilities Curve

1.4 Comparative Advantage and Trade

1.5 Cost-benefit Analysis

1.6 Marginal Analysis and Consumer Choice

Unit 7

1890-1945

Unit 7

72 Imperialism           

7.3 Spainish-American War


7.4 Progressives     

7.5 WWI: Military & Diplomacy


7.6 WWI: Homefront       

7.7 1920's Innovation


7.8 1920's Cultural       

7.9 The Great Depression


7.10 The New Deal       

7.11 Interwar Foreign Policy


7.12 WWII Mobilization       

7.13 WWII Military

7.14 Post War Diplomacy

Factor Markets

Factor Markets

5.1 Introdcution to Factors Markets

5.2 Changes in Factor Demand and Factor Supply

5.3 Profit-Maximizing Behavior in Perfectly Competitive Factor Markets

5.4 Monopolistic Markets

Factor Markets

Factor Markets

5.1 Introdcution to Factors Markets

5.2 Changes in Factor Demand and Factor Supply

5.3 Profit-Maximizing Behavior in Perfectly Competitive Factor Markets

5.4 Monopolistic Markets

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