Season 3: U.S. History

Join me and my former AP US History teacher as we talk about the insane and tragic life of Aaron
Woo! It’s been a few months since my last episode, has anything big happened? Just kidding. Turns out that making
Act 1: Wilson and the War We can’t really understand WWI in America without talking about Woodrow Wilson. And we
All right. The ladies of American history have been dancing on the edges of our narrative for about 200 years.
So we’ve reached the 20th century - finally! - and the U.S. overall is doing pretty well. Our economy is
Welcome back to Anti-Social Studies! Last episode we talked about the Gilded Age and it was dark. Like, Dickensian-level darkness:
Last episode we talked about the end of Reconstruction and the rise of the Jim Crow South. But don’t worry!
We left last episode on a cliffhanger. I know you’ve all been desperately waiting for two weeks wondering “Who will
Welcome back to Anti-Social Studies! Last time we talked about sectionalism. The federal government kept putting off talking about the
Welcome back to Anti-Social Studies! OK. Real talk. If you’re listening to me right now then either your teacher is