MIDTERM TEST REVIEW U.S. History Module I SSUSH1 U.S. History
Colonial Standards A group of investors share risks & profits to settle colonies in the new world Joint Stock Company
Colonial Standards Joint Stock Company that founded first permanent English colony Virginia Company
Colonial Standards First permanent English settlement in the new world Jamestown Colonial Standards
Brown Gold; Cash crop that helped Jamestown survive and become wealthy Tobacco Colonial Standards
Native American chief that lived near Jamestown that was initially peaceful but relationship with colonist worsened Powhatan Colonial Standards
First representative government in the colonies House of Burgesses Colonial Standards
Class conflict between frontier farmers and landed class in Virginia that resulted in a small scale war Bacons Rebellion Colonial Standards
Used by colonies in the South as a labor source due to the increase of labor intensive tobacco cultivation Slavery Colonial Standards War in New England that
resulted in a permanent defeat and removal of Native Americans from Massachusetts King Phillips War Colonial Standards
Example of direct democracy and government by the people in New England Town Meetings Colonial Standards
Banished from Massachusetts for religious beliefs and settled a colony based on separation of church & state Roger Williams
Colonial Standards Colony established by Roger Williams that exercised religious tolerance and paying natives for their land Rhode Island
Colonial Standards Puritans used this to increase the membership of their church by allowing non-voting members that did not have a Conversion experience Half-Way
Covenant Colonial Standards Series of court hearings over 150 Massachusetts colonists accused of witchcraft were tried: 29 convicted 19 hanged
Salem witch Trials Colonial Standards British king cancelled this because this colony refused to obey Navigation Acts and argued it was a independent Corporate Colony
Massachusetts Charter Colonial Standards Originally New York was known by this name
New Amsterdam Colonial Standards The land currently known as New York was owned by Dutch
Colonial Standards Colony established by Quakers escaping religious persecution in England Pennsylvania
Colonial Standards Founder of Pennsylvania William Penn Colonial Standards Colony established by
Catholics escaping religious persecution in England Maryland Colonial Standards Founder of Maryland
Lord Cecilius Calvert Colonial Standards Region of the colonies that was more commercial, industrial, and trade based in its economy
Northern Colonies Colonial Standards Region of the colonies that was more agricultural, farming, and slave based in
its economy Southern Colonies Colonial Standards Reason the French settled Quebec
Fur Trade Colonial Standards Convinced many in the colonies that the Articles were too weak and needed to be changed
Shays Rebellion Colonial Standards Meeting held in Philadelphia Pennsylvania that eventually ended in the creation of a new U.S. system of government.
Constitutional Convention SSUSH2 U.S. History Colonial Standards
Economic Theory that the best way to become a stronger nation was to acquire the most wealth. Mercantilism Colonial Standards
Under Mercantilism this was a favorable balance of trade Exports greater than Imports Colonial Standards
Under Mercantilism, Great Britain wanted this from the Colonies Natural Resources Colonial Standards
Under Mercantilism, Great Britain passed these to control Colonial goods and trade Navigation Acts Colonial Standards
Under the Navigation Acts, all goods heading to or from the colonies had to be transported this way British Ships Colonial Standards
Under the Navigation Acts, all goods heading to or from the colonies had to be transported here British Ports Colonial Standards
British restrictions on colonial trade were designed to keep the colonies from Competing against Britain in trade Colonial Standards
This concept refers to the route of trade between the colonies and Europe Transatlantic Trade Colonial Standards
This journey in the transatlantic trade carried slaves to North America Middle Passage Colonial Standards
Example of social mobility and individualism in the American Colonies Benjamin Franklin Colonial Standards
Christian worship that preached that Americans needed to turn away from the corruption of English society and separate from Great Britain Great Awakening SSUSH3
U.S. History Colonial Standards War between Great Britain and France over territory in North America in 1754 French & Indian
War Colonial Standards This officially ended the French & Indian War Treaty of Paris 1763
Colonial Standards At the end of the French & Indian War, Great Britain changed many of its policies in America because of this Debt
Colonial Standards First direct tax on the colonist by Britain in an attempt to pay the war debt Stamp Act
Colonial Standards Colonial slogan used to express why they believed they should not have to pay taxes No Taxation without Representation
Colonial Standards American colonist responded to the Stamp Act using this strategy and made Britain repeal the act. Boycott
Colonial Standards Attempt by King George III to keep colonist from crossing Appalachian Mountains Proclamation of 1763
Colonial Standards Reason King George III Issued the Proclamation of 1763 Keep down conflict with Native Americans
Colonial Standards Response of colonist to the Proclamation of 1763 Went anyway Colonial Standards
British law that required colonists to print newspapers, documents, playing cards with a special stamp Stamp Act Colonial Standards
Group formed to oppose British actions colonist felt unfair. Dumped tea in harbor to oppose Tea Act. Sons of Liberty Colonial Standards
Event where Sons of Liberty dressed up like Native Americans and dumped tea in harbor to oppose Tea Act. Boston Tea Party Colonial Standards
Group that helped in colonial resistance by weaving fabric during boycotts to supply fabric to colonist. Daughters of Liberty
Colonial Standards Response to Boston Tea Party when Great Britain closed ports of Boston, forced troops to be housed in colonial homes, tried accused people in British courts Intolerable Acts
Colonial Standards Meeting called by colonists to protest the intolerable acts. Resulted in colonial militias formed to resist acts and an olive Branch petition sent to King George
First Continental Congress Colonial Standards Groups formed from different colonies to secretly meet to deal with British actions. 1st
organization linking colonies in opposition to British rule Committees of Correspondence Colonial Standards Small pamphlet that
convinced many colonist to support independence form Great Britain Common Sense Colonial Standards Author of Common Sense
Thomas Paine SSUSH4 U.S. History Revolution Standards Document that the colonies
drafted to separate from Great Britain Declaration of Independence Revolution Standards Author of the Declaration
of Independence Thomas Jefferson Revolution Standards English Philosopher that influenced Thomas
Jefferson John Locke Revolution Standards Life, Liberty, and Property given by Creator
Natural Rights Revolution Standards Idea that government had duty protect inalienable rights of people or be changed Social Contract
Theory Revolution Standards Influential French philosopher whose ideas were checks & balances and Separation of powers
Montesquieu Revolution Standards U.S. Ambassador of France that helped get French assistance during Revolution Benjamin
Franklin Revolution Standards French citizen that was aide to George Washington, suffered at Valley Forge, helped Franklin get French Assistance, and planned the Battle of Yorktown
Marquis de Lafayette Revolution Standards Turning point of the Revolution. U.S. Win & French decide to give aid afterward
Battle of Saratoga Revolution Standards Soldiers starved for the winter here and went without clothes, food, blankets, supplies.
Valley Forge Revolution Standards Washington crossed the Delaware River and surprised the British and won
Battle of Trenton Revolution Standards What was the significance of Washingtons crossing of the Delaware River
Boosted Morale of the Troops Revolution Standards Considered great military leader because he overcame many setbacks and didnt give up
George Washington Revolution Standards French and American forces defeat the British on this peninsula to end the
Revolution Battle of Yorktown Revolution Standards General of the British forces captured at the Battle of
Yorktown Lord Cornwallis Revolution Standards Document that forced Great Britain to recognize the U.S.
as an Independent nation Treaty of Paris 1783 SSUSH5 U.S. History Constitution Standards
Document that created the first government for the U.S. Articles of Confederation Constitution Standards
No Executive. No Judicial. 9 of 13 to pass laws. All 13 to Amend. No power to tax. Weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation Constitution Standards
Convinced many in the colonies that the Articles were too weak and needed to be changed Shays Rebellion Constitution Standards
Meeting held in Philadelphia Pennsylvania that eventually ended in the creation of a new U.S. system of government. Constitutional Convention Constitution Standards
An agreement that allowed small states and large states to be equally represented in the new legislature. Great Compromise
Constitution Standards Argued the need for a strong centralized government. Supported Constitution Federalist Constitution Standards
Written by John Jay, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison to convince states to ratify the Constitution. The Federalist Constitution Standards
Group of People who refused to ratify the Constitution without a Bill of Rights Anti-Federalist Constitution Standards
Groups who join together to promote a certain argument and oppose different views. Factions Constitution Standards Father of the Constitution,
Author of the Virginia Plan and the Bill of Rights James Madison Constitution Standards Leader of the Federalist Party and opposition to
Thomas Jefferson Alexander Hamilton Constitution Standards Leader of the Democratic Republicans and opposition to Alexander Hamilton
Thomas Jefferson Constitution Standards Dividing the government into three branches: Legislative, Executive, Judicial
Separation of Powers Constitution Standards Principle in the Constitution that makes sure that one branch does not overpower the other two
Checks & Balances Constitution Standards Influential French philosopher whose ideas were checks & balances and Separation of
powers Montesquieu Constitution Standards Minimizing the powers of the national government by listing only things it can do.
Limited Government Constitution Standards Agreement at the Constitutional convention to count a portion of slaves in determining state
representation in the Congress 3/5ths Compromise Constitution Standards Agreement at the Constitutional convention that the National
government could regulate slave trade but not for 20 years Slave Trade Compromise Constitution Standards First ten Amendments to
the U.S. Constitution Bill of Rights Constitution Standards Bill of Rights serves as a protector of these
Individual & States rights Constitution Standards First President of the United States of America George Washington
Constitution Standards Precedent established by George Washington were President serves 8 years Two-Term Presidency
Constitution Standards Speech given By George Washington when he left the Presidency Farewell Address
Constitution Standards Warning given in the Farewell address not to Join sides in foreign wars. Non Intervention in Europe
Constitution Standards Warning by Washington not to form certain factions. Avoid Formation of Political Parties Constitution Standards
Signaled to many that the U.S. government was strong under the Constitution. Whiskey Rebellion Constitution Standards
Second President of the United States. John Adams Constitution Standards French tried to bribe U.S. officials in John Adams
administration and eventually caused Adams to lose the Presidency. XYZ Affair Constitution Standards Laws passed by John
Adams administration to silence critics of the government. Alien & Sedition Acts Constitution Standards
Published argument by Jefferson and Madison that states did not have to obey federal laws if unconstitutional VA & KY Resolutions Module II
SSUSH6 U.S. History Constitution Standards Established a process whereby territories could become a state
Northwest Ordinance 1787 Constitution Standards Northwest Ordinance outlawed this in the Northwest territory
Slavery Constitution Standards Established for the survey and sale of land in the Northwest territory
Land Ordinance 1785 Constitution Standards Land Ordinance set aside the sell of one lot to finance this in the Northwest Territory
Public Schools Creating a Nation Standards This was outlawed in the Northwest Ordinance Slavery
Creating a Nation Standards The sale of one surveyed section of township financed this in the Land Ordinance Public Education
Creating a Nation Standards This established the process a territory had to use if it wanted to become a state Northwest Ordinance
Creating a Nation Standards Thomas Jefferson bought this and doubled the size of the U.S. in 1803 Louisiana Purchase
Creating a Nation Standards Thomas Jefferson purchased Louisiana from this country France Creating a Nation Standards
Thomas Jefferson purchased Louisiana from this leader Napoleon Creating a Nation Standards This is how much Thomas
Jefferson paid for Louisiana $15 million Creating a Nation Standards This almost kept Thomas Jefferson from purchasing
Louisiana Strict Interpretation Creating a Nation Standards These individuals were commissioned by Thomas
Jefferson to discover what was in Louisiana territory. Lewis & Clarke Creating a Nation Standards Louis and Clarke were hired to look for a
route here? Pacific Ocean Creating a Nation Standards With the Louisiana Purchase Thomas Jefferson acquired possession of this
Mississippi River Creating a Nation Standards What did Thomas Jefferson originally want to buy from France
Port Area of New Orleans Creating a Nation Standards Second War between U.S. & Great Britain when the White House was Burned
War of 1812 Creating a Nation Standards British policy of forcing U.S. Sailors into the British Navy. A cause of War of 1812 Impressment
Creating a Nation Standards Great Britain forcing U.S. Commercial ships to stop in England before going to Europe to trade. A cause of War of 1812 Interruption of
Trade Creating a Nation Standards A cause of War of 1812 where British refused to leave a certain area of the U.S. Forts / Ohio
River Valley Creating a Nation Standards The U.S. and Great Britain were competing for this in the Northwest Territory Fur Trade
Creating a Nation Standards U.S. Idea that the continent should belong to U.S. A cause of War of 1812 War Hawks of Congress wanted Canada Manifest
Destiny Creating a Nation Standards U.S. citizens believed Britain was doing this while in Northwest territory. A cause of War of 1812
Arming Native Americans Creating a Nation Standards A word that means someone is trying to get trouble started
Inciting Creating a Nation Standards Americans felt this when they won the War of 1812 National Identity / Pride
Creating a Nation Standards This was burned down during the War of 1812 White House Creating a Nation Standards
This was what officially ended the War of 1812 Treaty of Ghent Creating a Nation Standards
Last Battle of War of 1812 fought after Treaty of Ghent Battle of New Orleans Creating a Nation Standards
Became a national hero after the War of 1812 Andrew Jackson Creating a Nation Standards Man made technological
wonder that connected East U.S. to West U.S. Erie Canal Creating a Nation Standards Erie Canal connected water transportation from
Atlantic Ocean to Great Lakes Creating a Nation Standards Place that becomes a center for commerce and Trade; banking and finance due to
ports and location New York City Creating a Nation Standards River that connects port of New York to Erie Canal
Hudson River Creating a Nation Standards This is improved when canals, bridges, roads, and river transportation was improved in the U.S.
Infrastructure Creating a Nation Standards James Monroe warned European countries not to colonize here Western
Hemisphere Creating a Nation Standards The name of the document the President issued in 1820 to warn European powers not to colonize in Western Hemisphere
Monroe Doctrine SSUSH7 U.S. History Creating a Nation Standards Era in U.S. History when
skilled labor was outpaced by machines Industrial Revolution Creating a Nation Standards Invented the Cotton Gin &
Interchangeable Parts Eli Whitney Creating a Nation Standards Increased the need for slaves and benefited the South
Cotton Gin Creating a Nation Standards Increased the efficiency of factories, machine repair, and benefited the North
Interchangeable Parts Creating a Nation Standards Eli Whitney put parts of these in a box, shook the box up, took them out and reassembled them
Muskets Creating a Nation Standards The cotton Gin & Interchangeable parts contributed to this splitting of the country in two
Sectionalism Creating a Nation Standards An issue that was argued in Congress each time new territory wanted to be a state
Slavery Creating a Nation Standards God wanted Americans to own all land from Atlantic to Pacific Ocean Manifest
Destiny Creating a Nation Standards Lone Star Republic won its independence from Santa Ana Texas
Creating a Nation Standards 100 Americans die & 400 Mexicans; Used by Texans to rally for winning the war Battle of the Alamo
Creating a Nation Standards Place where Santa Ana was captured and forced to recognize Texas Independence Battle of San
Jacinto Creating a Nation Standards Nickname today for Texas Lone Star State
Creating a Nation Standards U.S. argued Mexicos northern border was here Rio Grande River Creating a Nation Standards
Mexico argued its northern border was here Nueces River Creating a Nation Standards 1845-1846 war over border of U.S.
MexicanAmerican War Creating a Nation Standards California, Utah, parts of New Mexico, Colorado acquired by U.S.
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Creating a Nation Standards U.S. paid $15 million and settled the southern border of the U.S.
Gadsden Purchase Creating a Nation Standards Occupied by Great Britain, U.S., Russia and was traveled by Lewis & Clarke
Oregon Territory Creating a Nation Standards U.S. citizens used this to move out and settle past the Rocky Mountains
Oregon Trail Creating a Nation Standards Campaign slogan used by James K. Polk to force Great Britain out of Oregon 54 40 or fight
Creating a Nation Standards Womens movement to end the consumption of Alcohol Temperance
Creating a Nation Standards Movement to end slavery Abolitionism Creating a Nation Standards Horace Mann was a
reformer in this Common School Creating a Nation Standards The right to vote Suffrage
Creating a Nation Standards Female leader that fought for womens suffrage Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Creating a Nation Standards Organized by Elizabeth Cady Stanton in New York Seneca Falls Convention Creating a Nation Standards
Worded much like the declaration of Independence but included women Declaration of Sentiments Creating a Nation Standards
Time when white males got the chance to vote and participate in politics Jacksonian Democracy Creating a Nation Standards
Removed during Andrew Jacksons administration as a requirement to vote Land Creating a Nation Standards
All white males could vote even if they did not own land Universal Suffrage Creating a Nation Standards Route taken by Cherokee
during forced removal by President Andrew Jackson Trail of Tears Creating a Nation Standards President Jacksons rewarding supporters and
friends with government jobs Spoils System Creating a Nation Standards Type of people that benefitted under Jacksonian Democracy
Common Man Creating a Nation Standards Americans experience this during Andrew Jacksons Administration
Nationalism SSUSH 8 U.S. History Divided Nation Slave rebellion in Southampton, VA in 1831 that
angered southerners Nat Turner Rebellion Divided Nation White abolitionist publisher of The Liberator
William Lloyd Garrison Divided Nation Former slave turned abolititionist and publisher of the North Star
Frederick Douglas Divided Nation Parents owned slaves but spoke out against slavery as abolitionist
Grimke Sisters Divided Nation Split the country in two and disallowed slavery North of a certain line of latitude
Missouri Compromise Divided Nation Line of Latitude that split the U.S. half free and half slave 36-30
Divided Nation South Carolina refused to abide by a tariff in 1828 and President Jackson threatens military force to enforce it. Nullification
Crisis Divided Nation The idea that a state has more power that the national government States Rights
Ideology Divided Nation Leader from South Carolina that refused to abide by Tariff of 1832; former Vice President John C.
Calhoun Divided Nation Pamphlet written by John C. Calhoun arguing S.C. had the right to declare Tariff Null & Void
South Carolina Exposition & Protest Divided Nation Document written by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison that influences John C. Calhoun
VA & KY Resolutions Divided Nation Bill passed by U.S. Congress giving President Andrew Jackson authority to use
military force in the Nullification Crisis Force Bill Divided Nation The division of the United States into two separate
regions Sectionalism Divided Nation The idea that God wanted Americans to own all land from Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific
Ocean. Manifest Destiny Divided Nation Central argument in Congress that arose when territories applied for statehood
Expansion of Slavery Divided Nation States entered either as slave or free would throw this off
Balance of Power Congress Divided Nation War between the U.S. and Mexico over the border Mexican American War
Divided Nation Proposal in Congress to disallow slavery in the lands acquired in Mexican Cession Wilmot Proviso
Divided Nation New Mexico established, Popular sovereignty New Mexico, California free state, fugitive slave law, slave trade abolished in D.C.
Compromise of 1850 Divided Nation States get to determine for themselves through elections if they will be slave or free Popular
Sovereignty SSUSH 9 U.S. History Divided Nation Repealed Missouri Compromise of 1820 and
granted popular sovereignty to states to determine slave issue KansasNebraska Act Divided Nation States get to determine for themselves through elections
if they will be slave or free Popular Sovereignty Divided Nation An example of how popular sovereignty failed to settle
issue of expansion of slavery Bleeding Kansas Divided Nation Supreme Court case that determined that no African American even if free- could not be considered a citizen. Further, the
court determined that popular sovereignty and the Missouri Compromise of 1820 were unconstitutional. Dred Scott Case Divided Nation An attempt to capture the
federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry, VA to arm slaves for rebellion John Browns Raid Divided Nation
The act of a state to separate from the United States Secession Divided Nation Incident that caused South Carolina to secede from the
Unites States in 1861 Election of Abraham Lincoln Divided Nation Lincolns primary goal in the Civil War
Save (Preserve) the Union Divided Nation With malice toward none, with charity for all. Lincoln expressed need to rebuild and
not punish south. 2 Inaugural Address nd Divided Nation A new birth of freedom.
Speech dedicating a cemetery on the sight of a battlefield. Gettysburg Address Divided Nation Presidential emergency
powers to deny possible spies right to go before a court Suspension of Habeas Corpus Divided Nation General of Army of the
Potomac; accepted surrender of Gen. Robert E. Lee Ulysses S. Grant Divided Nation Confederate General; won
Battle of Bull Run; Died in battle shot by his own men accidentally. Stonewall Jackson Divided Nation
General of the Army of Northern Virginia; Surrendered to General U.S. Grant Robert E. Lee Divided Nation
Destroyed Atlanta and went on March to the Sea to Savannah destroying South William T. Sherman Divided Nation
President of the Confederate States of America (CSA). President for the South. Jefferson Davis Divided Nation
Place where the Civil War began Fort Sumter Divided Nation Bloodiest single day battle in the Civil War. Lees failure to
win it encouraged Lincoln to issue the Emancipation Proclamation Antietam Divided Nation Freed all slaves in the South
to hurt the southern war effort; political strategy Emancipation Proclamation Divided Nation United States split in two and
the North gets control of the Mississippi River Vicksburg Divided Nation Turning point of the Civil War. Last time the South would try to
attack in the North. South would not recover from loses. Gettysburg Divided Nation A new birth of freedom. Speech dedicating a cemetery
on the sight of a battlefield. Gettysburg Address Divided Nation Vitally important center of Confederate manufacturing
and railway traffic attacked by Northern Army Battle for Atlanta Divided Nation After Atlanta burned to the
ground, route taken to Atlantic destroying rail, roads, bridges, crops, livestock March to the Sea SSUSH 10 U.S. History
Divided Nation The rebuilding of the U.S. after the Civil War Reconstruction Divided Nation
Plans to reconstruct by Lincoln and Johnson to readmit southern states as fast as possible Presidential Reconstruction
Divided Nation Plans to reconstruct by Congress that required southern states to ratify 13th, th th 14 , 15 amendments and reapply to re-enter
Radical Republican Reconstruction Divided Nation Considered Black Harvard; established in Atlanta, GA to train African Americans in
Ministry & Education Morehouse College Divided Nation Helped African Americans with food, clothing, jobs, medicine,
medical care Freedmans Bureau Divided Nation Ended Slavery in the United States
13 Amendment th Divided Nation Defined Citizenship, Due Process of states, equal
protection clause 14 Amendment th Divided Nation Granted suffrage to
African Americans 15 Amendment th Divided Nation Name used to explain 13 ,
14th, 15 Amendments purpose th Reconstruction Amendments Divided Nation
Laws passed to control freed Africans; deprived them of voting; forced freed men into forced labor Black Codes Divided Nation
Secret society formed to terrorize freed Africans; Murder, arson, threats to keep them from voting Ku Klux Klan Divided Nation
Congress can remove the President from office for High crimes & Misdemeanors Impeachment Divided Nation President Impeached by
Congress during Reconstruction Andrew Johnson Divided Nation Law Johnson was accused of
violating while president Tenure of Office Act Divided Nation Number of votes in the senate that found Johnson
not guilty Acquit by one vote Divided Nation Union troops were withdrawn from the south in this
agreement to select Rutherford B. Hayes President Compromise of 1877 Module III SSUSH 11
U.S. History Expansion and Reform Was influenced by the railroads and new technological advances Big Business
Expansion and Reform Railroads contribute to this happening in the U.S. after 1870 on a large scale Westward Expansion
Expansion and Reform This caused interruption in the lives of Native Americans Railroads
Expansion and Reform New technology that made steel stronger and cheaper Bessemer Process
Expansion and Reform A way to create a monopoly by buying out all your competitors Horizontal Integration
Expansion and Reform A way to create a monopoly by buying not only competitors but buying out natural resources, production, and distribution Vertical Consolidation
Expansion and Reform A business arrangement where there is one owner that sets prices, wages and controls the industry Monopoly
Expansion and Reform Main goal in the creation of Monopolies Eliminate Competition
Expansion and Reform A conglomeration of monopolies joined together to eliminate Competition Trust
Expansion and Reform Used Vertical Integration to form a monopoly over steel Carnegie Expansion and Reform
Railroad, completed in 1869, that run from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean Transcontinental Railroad Expansion and Reform
Main labor source on the western leg of the Transcontinental Railroad Chinese Labor Expansion and Reform
Used Horizontal and Vertical integration to form a monopoly on Oil John D. Rockefeller Expansion and Reform
The name of John D. Rockefellers business Standard Oil Company Expansion and Reform Inventor that created
the Light Bulb Thomas Edison Expansion and Reform Edison invention that allowed people to work at night and see in the dark
Electric Light Bulb Expansion and Reform Invention of Edisons that allowed people to enjoy themselves at the Movies
Motion Pictures Expansion and Reform Edison invention that allowed people to listen to records and recorded sound
Phonograph SSUSH 12 U.S. History Expansion and Reform Immigration station located in
New York Harbor; entrance point for immigrants entering on the East coast of U.S. Ellis Island Expansion and Reform New Immigration after the Civil
War; Immigrants did not speak English and were Jewish or Catholics and come from Southern & Eastern Europe Expansion and Reform
Concept used to explain the overpopulation of cities due to increased Immigration Urbanization Expansion and Reform First organized and
National labor union in the United States American Federation of Labor (AFL) Expansion and Reform Leader of the American
Federation of Labor (AFL) Samuel Gompers Expansion and Reform Strategy used by Unions to stop work by workers refusing
to work until demands are met Strike Expansion and Reform This grew quickly because of the Railroad
Western Population Expansion and Reform Sioux leader that fought U.S. soldiers; led his people in exile in Canada, and finally agreed to settle on a reservation; later
shot to death by government agents Sitting Bull Expansion and Reform Massacre of Sioux in South Dakota where 300 women,
children, and men killed by U.S. Soldiers Wounded Knee Expansion and Reform Congressional law that attempted to assimilate native
Americans into American Culture Dawes Act Expansion and Reform Conflict that occurred when an owner of a cart company cut
workers wages but did not lower their rent 1894 Pullman Strike SSUSH 13 U.S. History
Expansion and Reform Political reform movement where people supported increased government regulation of business & industry Progressive Era
Expansion and Reform Novel that revealed the unsanitary conditions in the Chicago meat packing industry The Jungle
Expansion and Reform Journalist and author of The Jungle Upton Sinclair Expansion and Reform
Law made by Congress to force meat packers to make sure their food was safe to consume; Influenced by The Jungle Meat Inspection Act Expansion and Reform
Female progressive that opened a settlement house in Chicago to help the inner city poor Jane Addams Expansion and Reform
Settlement house that provided immigrants learn home economics, basic medical care, English, legal rights; established by Jane Addams Hull House
Expansion and Reform Concept that explains segregation laws that required separate public and private facilities for African Americans Jim Crow
Expansion and Reform Court case in 1896 that ruled that segregation in public and private facilities is acceptable Plessy v. Ferguson
Expansion and Reform Legal standard established by Plessy v. Ferguson Separate but Equal Expansion and Reform
Group formed to promote full social and economic equality for African Americans NAACP Expansion and Reform
NAACP stands for National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Expansion and Reform First African American to
graduate from Harvard University and founder of the NAACP WEB Dubois Expansion and Reform Journalist that exposed the
corrupt business practices of Standard Oil Company Ida Tarbell Expansion and Reform Title of Ida Tarbells novel criticizing the unfair practices
used by John D. Rockefeller History of Standard Oil Expansion and Reform Reform journalists that investigated and exposed
political corruption, child labor, slum conditions, social issues Muckrakers Expansion and Reform A form of direct control of government by state citizens
by forcing a public vote on an issue on the ballot bypassing state legislatures Initiative Expansion and Reform A process where state
legislators place a proposal for a law on the ballot to allow citizens to vote the law into effect Referendum Expansion and Reform
The power of state citizens to remove public officials from office before their term expires Recall Expansion and Reform Initiative, referendum, recall
increase ordinary citizens direct control of government which is also known as Direct Democracy Expansion and Reform The 17th Amendment of the
United States Constitution requires this Direct Election of Senators Expansion and Reform The direct election of senators
meant that who would elect the 2 senators from each state Voters (Citizens of the State) Expansion and Reform The 17 Amendment
increased ordinary citizens direct control of government which is also known as th Direct Democracy Expansion and Reform
Before the 17 Amendment, this is who selected U.S. Senators th State Legislatures Expansion and Reform
Progressive era movement that reserved millions of acres of wilderness lands, particularly in western states Conservation Movement Expansion and Reform
This Presidents efforts led to the establishment of a national park system that included Yosemite & Yellowstone Theodore Roosevelt SSUSH 14
U.S. History Expansion and Reform American feelings caused by Chinese immigrants accepting low wages for jobs whites had held causes wages to go down
Anti-Asian sentiment Expansion and Reform Law passed in 1882 by Congress banning all future Chinese Immigration
Chinese Exclusion Act Module IV SSUSH 14 U.S. History Becoming a World Power
War 1899 that resulted from the U.S. helping Cuba against Spain SpanishAmerican War Becoming a World Power
U.S. Ship that exploded in Cuba and blamed on Spain U.S.S. Maine Becoming a World Power War in which the U.S. quickly defeated the Spanish Navy,
made the islands an American territory War in the Philippines Becoming a World Power Americans were eager to
spread democracy and open markets into Latin America Expansionism Becoming a World Power Concept used to explain U.S. expansion into Latin America to
get raw materials and open economic markets Imperialism Becoming a World Power The U.S. and President Theodore Roosevelt helped
Panama separate from this country? Columbia Becoming a World Power REASON - The U.S. and President Theodore Roosevelt
helped Panama separate from Columbia Access to Panama Canal Becoming a World Power Leader of the Rough Riders
up San Juan Hill in the war in Cuba against the Spanish Theodore Roosevelt Becoming a World Power Extension of the Monroe
Doctrine that said the U.S. would get involved in the affairs of Latin American Countries to end intervention of European Countries. Roosevelt Corollary Becoming a World Power
A manmade construction that made a faster sea route from the Atlantic to Pacific Oceans Panama Canal Becoming a World Power
Theodore Roosevelts foreign policy to implement the Roosevelt Corollary Big Stick Diplomacy Becoming a World Power
Big Stick refers to what new weapon owned by the United States Great White Fleet (Steel NAVY) SSUSH 15 U.S. History
Becoming a World Power War fought from 1914-1918 in Europe WWI Becoming a World Power
Year the U.S. Entered WWI 1917 Becoming a World Power U.S. Policy of staying out of world wars to entering the war
as an allied power? Neutrality to Engagement Becoming a World Power British cruise liner blown up by Germany without warning
killing 128 Americans? Lusitania Becoming a World Power Telegram sent from Germany to Mexico to form an alliance against the U.S. during WWI?
Zimmerman Note Becoming a World Power German policy of attacking neutral vessels at sea without warning?
Unrestricted Submarine Warfare Becoming a World Power This concept refers to issues in the U.S. homeland during WWI?
Domestic Impact of WWI Becoming a World Power Movement of African Americans during WWI to the Northern part of U.S. to fill
Jobs? Great Migration Becoming a World Power Law passed during WWI that made it illegal to speak out against the government or
interfere with the military during WWI Espionage Act Becoming a World Power Socialist put in Jail for 10 years during WWI for
violating the Espionage Act? Eugene Debs Becoming a World Power President of the U.S. during WWI?
Woodrow Wilson Becoming a World Power President Wilsons plan to end all world Wars and create a worldwide peace? Fourteen Points
Becoming a World Power International Peacekeeping Organization formed in the 14 points? League of Nations
Becoming a World Power Main Reason U.S. Senators did not approve the Treaty of Versailles? Isolationism Becoming a World Power
Made it illegal to make, sell, or consumer Alcohol? Eighteenth Amendment Becoming a World Power
Era in U.S. History when drinking Alcohol was illegal? Prohibition Becoming a World Power Extended Suffrage to women?
Nineteenth Amendment Becoming a World Power What does suffrage mean? Right to Vote
SSUSH 16 U.S. History Becoming a World Power Economic system that disallowed private property; USSR in 1917 become this?
Communism Becoming a World Power Economic system where business are owned and controlled by the government?
Socialism Becoming a World Power Fear of the spread of communism and Socialism spreading during WWI? Red Scare
Becoming a World Power Used Mass Production make automobiles? Henry Ford Becoming a World Power
Mass Production achieved this way by Henry Ford? Assembly Line Becoming a World Power Mass Production had this
affect on the Automobile? Cheap & Affordable Becoming a World Power Major form of communication in peoples homes in the
1920s? Radio Becoming a World Power American culture was influenced by clothing, hairstyles, etc. seen in these?
Movies Becoming a World Power Artistic and Music movement that celebrated African American culture?
Harlem Renaissance Becoming a World Power Famous Jazz Trumpet player during the Harlem Renaissance?
Louis Armstrong Becoming a World Power Music based on old slave rhythms and music from new Orleans and the South?
JAZZ Becoming a World Power Most prominent poet and writer during the Harlem Renaissance? Langston
Hughes Becoming a World Power A row of music production and recording houses in Harlem; also a concept that refers to a group of composers?
Tin Pan Alley Becoming a World Power Most famous composer and song writer in Tin Pan Alley? Irving Berlin
SSUSH 17 U.S. History National Crisis A severe economic recession in the 1930s that affected all the world industrialized nations?
Great Depression National Crisis Businesses made more products than they could sell?
Overproduction National Crisis Resulted from the increase in prices of goods and the low wages of workers? Underconsumption
National Crisis October 1929 the U.S. was beginning to show signs of slowing down; stockholders panicked and sold their stock causing this?
Stock Market Crash 1929 National Crisis Risky investments in stock to make a profit? Usually buying stock on credit or installment plans.
Speculation National Crisis The practice of making a down payment on stock and then making installment plans?
Buying on Margin National Crisis A labor condition brought about by the Great Depression?
Widespread Unemployment National Crisis A serious drought that caused many farmers to lose their farms?
Dustbowl National Crisis Farmers also caused the Dustbowl by doing this to the land causing soil erosion? Over-farming
National Crisis Many farmers did this when they lost their homes in the Dust Bowl? Migration West/ California
National Crisis Makeshift huts and living areas made by the homeless and unemployed? Hoovervilles
National Crisis Hoovervilles were named after this individual blamed for the Great Depression? President Herbert Hoover
National Crisis There is nothing to fear, but fear itself President FDR, March 1933 Referring to? Great Depression
National Crisis There is nothing to fear, but fear itself President FDR, March 1933 Referring to? Great Depression
SSUSH 18 U.S. History National Crisis President of the United States during the Great Depression and WWII?
Franklin Delano Roosevelt National Crisis Series of Programs established by FDR to end the Great Depression?
New Deal National Crisis This was created to make jobs for the unemployed in the South? Tennessee Valley
Authority National Crisis The TVA also provided this for the Rivers in Tennessee? Flood Control
National Crisis The TVA used dams to create this for rural people in the seven southern states? Electricity National Crisis
Reform during FDRs New Deal that established collective bargaining rights for workers and prohibited unfair labor practices. Wagner Act
National Crisis What were employers prohibited from doing after passage of the Wagner Act? Interfere in workers right to Unionize
National Crisis The Wagner Act is also known as? National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) National Crisis
Because laborers were protected under the NLRA this happened in the U.S.? Industrial Unionism National Crisis
This provided old age insurance for retirees 65 or older, unemployment, aid for the disabled and families with dependent children? Social Security Act National Crisis
Prominent first lady that became a symbol of womens activism and social progress? Eleanor Roosevelt National Crisis
Louisiana Senator that became FDRs biggest critic, proposed a home, food, and clothes for every American? Huey Long National Crisis
Judiciary Reorganization bill of 1937 when FDR attempted to change the size of the U.S. Supreme Court? Court Packing Bill National Crisis
How many Justices did FDR want to place on the Supreme Court in 1937? Six National Crisis Why did FDR want to change
the size of the Supreme Court? The Supreme Court was declaring his New Deal programs unconstitutional National Crisis
Series of laws passed by Congress during WWII to keep FDR from selling weapons to warring countries? Neutrality Act SSUSH 19
U.S. History National Crisis Threatened a march on Washington, D.C. to protest discrimination in hiring practices in defense industries in WWII?
A. Phillip Randolph National Crisis In response to Randolphs threats FDR issued this? Executive Order
National Crisis FDRs Executive Order called on employers in defense industries to stop this? Discrimination in hiring practices
National Crisis World War II was waged in these years? 1939-1945 National Crisis
What was the major cause of WWII? Expansionistic policies of Germany, Japan, Italy National Crisis The act of Great Britain,
France, and allies allowing Hitler to expand into the Rhineland & Sudetenland without resistance? Appeasement National Crisis
The U.S. showed its disapproval of Japan expanding into Manchuria by doing this? Embargo on scrap iron, gas, and oil products National Crisis
Yesterday, December 7, 1941, a date which will live in infamy, FDR Refers to? Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor
National Crisis When did the U.S. enter World War II? 1941 National Crisis December 7, 1941 is a day
which will live in infamy Surprise Attack by Japan Pearl Harbor National Crisis Japan responded to the U.S. embargo on scrap iron, gas,
and oil products when it? Attacked Pearl Harbor naval base National Crisis Geographic location of Pearl Harbor?
Pacific Ocean / Hawaii National Crisis These two groups were also placed in Internment Camps during WWII by the U.S.
German- Americans & Italian Americans National Crisis Program created by FDR to get around the Neutrality Acts and loan Great Britain and
France Weapons? Lend-Lease Program National Crisis Analogy used by FDR to get Americans to support
Lend-Lease Act? Fire Hose National Crisis Turning point of WWII in the Pacific. U.S. surprise attack on Japanese Navy destroying
it? Battle of Midway National Crisis After the battle of Midway, the U.S. went on the offensive doing this?
Island Hopping National Crisis Largest air and sea invasion in Normandy that pushed Germany out of France?
D-Day National Crisis Secret name for the invasion of Normandy that resulted in D-day? Operation Overlord
National Crisis Allied Commander in charge of Operation Overlord? Eisenhower National Crisis
May 8, 1945 when Russia invaded Berlin Germany and ended the war in Europe? VE-Day National Crisis
Allied Commander over the Pacific theater of war that accepted the Surrender of Japan? Gen. Douglas McArthur National Crisis
A term that refers getting soldiers, equipping them, and moving them into war? Mobilization National Crisis
This expanded the draft during WWII to make more men enter the armed forces? Selective Service Act National Crisis
Mandatory government system created to conserve scarce goods for Soldiers overseas during WWII? Rationing National Crisis
Under rationing, every family was given a book of coupons for red meat, sugar, coffee, and gas called? C-Books National Crisis
Term that refers to Singer Sewing machine and other industries changing form domestic production to making guns & ammunition? War-time conversion National Crisis
This government agency was created during WWII complete war-time conversion? War Productions Board National Crisis
The U.S. government raised money in these three ways to pay for WWII? Selling war bonds, raising income taxes, borrowing money
National Crisis Since men were at war this group of people worked in factories? Women in War Industries
National Crisis This propaganda poster figure represented women in the war industries? Rosie the Riveter National Crisis
This was a group of women that filled noncombat positions in the Military otherwise filled by men? Womens Auxiliary Army Corps (WAACS)
National Crisis Secret Project code that referred to the plan to develop the Atomic Bomb? Manhattan Project National Crisis
Location in the U.S. where the first Atomic Bomb was tested? Los Alamos, New Mexico National Crisis
Where in the World was the first two Atomic bombs dropped during WWII? Hiroshima & Nagasaki, Japan National Crisis
This individual ordered the ABombs dropped on Japan? President Harry Truman National Crisis Reason Truman believed that
the U.S. Invasion of Japan would cause? Massive Casualties National Crisis Reason Truman gave for giving the order?
Save American Lives National Crisis Germany, Italy, and Japan? Axis Powers
National Crisis U.S., France, Great Britain, Russia? Allies National Crisis
Arena of War fought in Europe and ended with DDay and the fall of Berlin? European Theater National Crisis Arena of war fought in Pacific
Ocean and ended with Midway and bombing of Hiroshima & Nagasaki? Pacific Theater National Crisis This was Germanys
systematic killing of Jewish people during WWII? Holocaust National Crisis This was what the Allies conducted to punish German
Officers for crimes against humanity? Nuremburg Trials SSUSH 20 U.S. History America as a World Power
Era after WWII when the U.S. and capitalist nations competed with communist Russia over control of Europe? Cold War
America as a World Power Financial program created to give money to western European nations and other nations in rebuilding and opposing communism after WWII?
Marshall Plan America as a World Power Proclamation given by President Harry Truman that the U.S. would help any country resisting communist control?
Truman Doctrine America as a World Power U.S. foreign policy to stop the spread of communism throughout the world?
Containment Policy America as a World Power U.S., Great Britain, France and other Atlantic based nations formed this after WWII?
North Atlantic Treaty Organization America as a World Power In response to NATO, Russia and other communist nations formed this after WWII?
Warsaw Pact America as a World Power Economic system where there is no private property or market system? Communism
America as a World Power The idea that if one country fell to communism those beside it would soon fall too? Domino Theory
America as a World Power Asian country that fell to communism after a civil war between nationalist and communist? China
America as a World Power Communist leader of China? Mao Zedong America as a World Power
In 1950, The U.S. went to war against the Northern Communist half of this country? Korean War America as a World Power
This person come to power, as a result of fear brought about by the fall of China and Korea to communism? Senator Joseph McCarthy America as a World Power
Paranoia that the U.S. government had been infiltrated by Communist spies? McCarthyism America as a World Power
The fear created by McCarthyism is referred to as? Red Scare 1950s America as a World Power Event when the leader of the
Communist took over a country not to far from Florida? Cuban Revolution America as a World Power Communist leader of Cuba
during the 1957 Revolution? Fidel Castro America as a World Power Failed attempt by the CIA of the U.S. to train Cuban rebels to invade Cuba, assassinate
Fidel Castro, and take over? Bay of Pigs America as a World Power 13 day standoff when the U.S. and Russian come close to having a nuclear war?
Cuban Missile Crisis America as a World Power Two leaders involved in the Cuban Missile Crisis?
John F. Kennedy & Nikita Khrushchev America as a World Power The Cuban Missile Crisis ended when the U.S. promised to not invade Cuba and pull U.S. nuclear missiles
out of? Turkey America as a World Power President of the U.S. responsible for Bay of Pigs invasion?
John F. Kennedy America as a World Power U.S. War that happened in Asia from 1950-1972 because communist Ho Chi Mihn was
trying to take over? Vietnam War America as a World Power Made many Americans question if U.S. should be involved in Vietnam war because of
Television coverage of violence? Tet Offense America as a World Power This happened in 1968 as a result of the Tet Offensive?
Opposition to the War America as a World Power This was responsible for the Anti-vietnam war movement in 1968?
Television coverage of Tet Offensive America as a World Power Geographic separation of North and South Korea?
38 Parallel th America as a World Power Geographic separation of North and South Vietnam? 17 Parallel
th America as a World Power The Cuban Missile Crisis was so scary because Russian missiles were located close to?
Florida SSUSH 21 U.S. History America as a World Power The first unmanned satellite put into outer space?
Sputnik I America as a World Power Country that launched Sputnik I? Soviet Union
America as a World Power Eisenhower responded to Sputnik I by establishing? NASA Module V
SSCG 21 Post World War II: Domestic Changes Huge growth of population after WWII from mid 1940s 1960s?
Baby Boom Post World War II: Domestic Changes First master-planned community in America located on New Yorks Long Island? Levittown
Post World War II: Domestic Changes Congressional authorized Construction of a national network of highways to connect every major city in America? Interstate Highway
Act Post World War II: Domestic Changes This was a major reason that Eisenhower pushed for the Interstate Highway Act? National Defense
Post World War II: Domestic Changes The Interstate Highway Act also improve this type of transportation? Travel from Suburbs to City
Post World War II: Domestic Changes For the first time in U.S. History the 1960 Presidential election was influenced by this? Television
Post World War II: Domestic Changes This caused many in the U.S. to become sympathetic to the Civil Rights movement? News Coverage Post World War II: Domestic Changes
This changed communication in the United States from home to home? Personal Computer / Internet Post World War II: Domestic Changes
This improved communication throughout the United States? Cellular Phone Post World War II: Domestic Changes Cell phone & Personal
computer caused this in the United States? Communications Revolution Post World War II: Domestic Changes This permitted more tolerable
working conditions in skyscrapers and other buildings used to conduct business? Air Conditioning SSCG 22 Post World War II: Domestic Changes
U.S. President responsible for integrating the U.S. Military and the Federal Government? President Harry Truman Post World War II: Domestic Changes
Organizing government jobs and military positions regardless of race? Integration Post World War II: Domestic Changes
Harry Trumans action integrating the federal government? Executive Order 9980 Post World War II: Domestic Changes
Harry Trumans action integrating the U.S. Military? Executive Order 9981 Post World War II: Domestic Changes First African American to
integrate professional baseball? Jackie Robinson Post World War II: Domestic Changes Team Jackie Robinson played for when integrated
professional sports? Brooklyn Dodgers Post World War II: Domestic Changes U.S. Supreme Court that integrates Schools throughout the United States?
Brown v. Board of Education (1954) Post World War II: Domestic Changes Browned reversed the decision in this case?
Plessy v. Ferguson (1894) Post World War II: Domestic Changes Plessy established this legal principle? Separate but Equal
doctrine Post World War II: Domestic Changes Arkansas Governor that resisted the Brown decision? Orval Faubus
Post World War II: Domestic Changes Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus used this to keep black kids from going to school with whites? National Guard
Post World War II: Domestic Changes Orval Faubus used the National Guard to block black students entrance to this school? Little Rocks Central High School
Post World War II: Domestic Changes President that reacted to Governor Faubus resistance to Brown? President Eisenhower
Post World War II: Domestic Changes President Eisenhower responded this way to Little Rock incident in Arkansas? Forced Integration with U.S. Military
Post World War II: Domestic Changes The Civil Rights leader from Atlanta Georgia? Martin Luther King, Jr. Post World War II: Domestic Changes
Letter written by Martin Luther King, Jr.? Letter from Birmingham Jail Post World War II: Domestic Changes
Martin Luther King, Jr. addressed this group of people in his Letter from Birmingham Jail? White Ministers Post World War II: Domestic Changes
Martin Luther King, Jr. defended this in his Letter from Birmingham Jail? Civil Disobedience / Protest & Demonstrations Post World War II: Domestic Changes
Made by MLK, Jr. in Washington, D.C. at the Lincoln Memorial asking for peace and racial harmony? I have a dream speech Post World War II: Domestic Changes
Law that prohibited discrimination based on race, religion, national origin, and gender; Ended Jim Crow? Civil Rights Act of 1964
Post World War II: Domestic Changes Outlawed literacy tests and created programs to register minority voters in the South; Justice Department to oversee voting is fair? Voting Rights Act of
1965 SSCG 23 Post World War II: Domestic Changes During the 1950s and 1960s, one of the most liberal Supreme Courts; Issued Brown
(1954), Miranda (1963)? Warren Court Post World War II: Domestic Changes U.S. Supreme Court case that said police must inform suspects of their constitutional
rights at the time of arrest? Miranda v. Arizona Post World War II: Domestic Changes The Warren Court expanded this during the 1950s and the 1960s liberal movement?
Individual Rights Post World War II: Domestic Changes This tragedy happened in 1963 in Dallas Texas, but helped push Civil Rights legislation through Congress in 1964?
Assassination of John F. Kennedy Post World War II: Domestic Changes This Vice President become President of the United States after JFKs assassination?
Lyndon B. Johnson Post World War II: Domestic Changes President Johnson had this due to the assassination of JFK and used it to push his domestic package through Congress?
Political Capital Post World War II: Domestic Changes This is the name of President Johnsons Domestic plan? Great Society
Program Post World War II: Domestic Changes The Great Society Program declared this throughout the U.S.? War on Poverty
Post World War II: Domestic Changes This was part of the Great Society Program and offered medical help to elderly people? Medicare
Post World War II: Domestic Changes This year was full of social and political turmoil in the United States? 1968 Post World War II: Domestic Changes
In 1968, this televised event in Vietnam caused many to oppose the war with public protests? Tet Offensive Post World War II: Domestic Changes
The event resulted in many African Americans rioting in cities across the U.S.? Martin Luther King, Jr. Assassination Post World War II: Domestic Changes
This was passed by Congress one week after MLK, Jrs death and prevented discrimination in housing? Civil Rights Act of 1968
Post World War II: Domestic Changes This individual was killed while running for President and supported Civil Rights and withdrawal from Vietnam in 1968? Robert F. Kennedy
Post World War II: Domestic Changes This televised riot in 1968 showed police in riot gear beating anti-war rioters and spraying them with tear gas? Democratic National
Convention Post World War II: Domestic Changes This made people wander if the American form of government could tolerate dissent? Democratic National
Convention SSCG 24 Post World War II: Domestic Changes Founded by MLK, Jr. to carry out nonviolent marches, protests, demonstrations
against racial discrimination; remains nonviolent? SCLC Post World War II: Domestic Changes Founded by African American college students, used sit-ins,
Freedom rides, originally nonviolent but turned militant in the black power movement? SNCC Post World War II: Domestic Changes Rides on buses in southern
states to see if laws against segregation would be enforced on buses? Freedom Rides Post World War II: Domestic Changes Whites and blacks would sit
together at lunch counters across south to oppose segregation in public cafes? Sit-Ins Post World War II: Domestic Changes Modern feminist organization
created to promote equal rights and opportunities for Women? NOW Post World War II: Domestic Changes Book written that stated that it
was a myth that women wanted to be a domesticated house wife and not enter professional careers? Feminine Mystique Post World War II: Domestic Changes
Author of Feminine Mystique and a leader of the National Organization for Women (NOW)? Betty Friedan Post World War II: Domestic Changes
Mexican American civil rights leader for Hispanic immigrant farm laborers? Cesar Chavez Post World War II: Domestic Changes Chavez founded this movement
to used nonviolent protest to promote the rights of Hispanic workers? United Farm Workers (UFW) Post World War II: Domestic Changes
Cesar Chavez used this nonviolent strategy to get grape growers to negotiate a contract with the UFW? Boycott Post World War II: Domestic Changes This is the product that Cesar
Chavez and UFW boycotted? California Table Grapes Post World War II: Domestic Changes This individual became the leader of the Modern
Environmental Movement? Rachel Carson Post World War II: Domestic Changes Rachel Carson was the author of this book?
Silent Spring Post World War II: Domestic Changes Silent Spring led the environment movement by opposing use of this in farming?
Chemicals/Pesticides Post World War II: Domestic Changes Silent Spring led the environment movement by opposing use of this particular insecticide?
DDT Post World War II: Domestic Changes April 22 intended to inspire awareness and appreciation for the earths environment? Earth Day
Post World War II: Domestic Changes Federal Agency with the purpose of enforcing laws aimed at maintaining a safe and clean environment? Environmental
Protection Agency Post World War II: Domestic Changes Movement to turn back (Backlash) liberal agendas by cutting social welfare, taxes, decrease the size of government?
Conservative Movement Post World War II: Domestic Changes This candidate won the Republican nomination for President in 1964 signaling the
rise of the Conservative Movement? Barry Goldwater Post World War II: Domestic Changes This conservative won the President Election of 1968?
Richard Nixon SSCG 25 Post World War II: Domestic Changes 1973 Supreme Court case that th
said women had a 4 Amendment Privacy right to Abortion within the first trimester of Pregnancy? Roe v. Wade Post World War II: Domestic Changes
1978 Supreme Court case that said race could be used when considering applications to college? Bakke v. University of California Post World War II: Domestic Changes
The Supreme Court, in the Bakke case, said that this was unconstitutional and could not be used in considering college applications? Quota System
Post World War II: Domestic Changes This concept refers to preferential hiring practices of African Americans and other Minorities? Affirmative Action
Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush First U.S. President to resign from office? Richard Nixon Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush
Nixon was successful in doing this? Opening China Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush Nixon opened China by using this foreign policy?
Detente Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush Nixon was forming good relations with China in order to use China as?
Leverage in negotiating with Soviet Union Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush Nixon tried to cover-up his advisors being involved in the Break-in of the Democratic National headquarters?
Watergate Scandal Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush Watergate had this affect on the opinion of the U.S. people about government?
Distrust of Government Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush This person became President of the United States when Richard M. Nixon resigned?
Gerald Ford Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush This was Fords first official act as President of the United States? Pardoned Nixon
Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush President Ford also did this while in office? Granted Amnesty to Draft Dodgers
Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush This President tried to bring peace to the Middle East? Jimmy Carter Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush
This was a meeting set up by Carter with Egyptian President and Israeli Prime Minister in 1978 to sign a peace treaty? Camp David Accords Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush
The Egyptian President that met at the Camp David Accords? Anwar Sadat Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush
The Israeli Prime Minister that met at the Camp David Accords? Menachem Begin Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush The Shah of Iran (Friend of
U.S.) was ousted by Muslim religious leader Ayatollah Khomeini? Iranian Revolution 1979 Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush
President Carter allowed this person into the U.S. to receive medical treatment which caused an outrage in Iran? Shah of Iran Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush
Iranian revolutionaries invaded U.S. embassy in Iran and took 52 American Captives to retaliate to the Shah in the U.S.? Iranian Hostage Crisis
Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush Conservative President in the 1980s that wanted to decrease the size and role of the federal government? Ronald Reagan
Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush Economic theory to cut social welfare programs, give tax cuts to business, and increase Defense spending ? Reaganomics
Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush In Reaganomics, this term refers to workers benefiting from the increase in business profits? Trickle Down Economics
Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush This group of people was hurt by Reaganomics Budget Cuts? Lower income Americans
Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush Reagans biggest failure in international policy; Used profits from gun sales to Iran to fund a rebellion in Nicaragua? Iran-Contra Scandal
Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush This individual accepted most of the blame for the Iran Contra Affair during Reagan administration? Oliver North
Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush This was President Reagans biggest International success? Collapse of the Soviet Union / End of the Cold War
Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush President Reagan became friends with Soviet Prime Minister Mikhail Gorbachev and Reagan gets credit for this? Fall of Berlin Wall
Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush Reagans Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) to implement satellites in Space to be an antimissile system defense was called ? Star Wars
Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush Second President of the United States to be Impeached? Bill Clinton Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush
President Clinton and the leaders of Canada and Mexico signed this to remove trade barriers between their countries? NAFTA
Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush NAFTA stands for this? North American Free Trade Agreement Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush
NAFTA provided this to Canada, Mexico, and the U.S.? Free Trade (tariff free) trade zone Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush Opponents (people who
disagreed) with NAFTA believed it would do this? Send Jobs to Mexico / Harm the Environment Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush
This is what President Bill Clinton was impeached for? Perjury Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush Perjury means?
Lying under Oath Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush President Bill Clinton was impeached for this because he asked Monica to lie? Obstruction of
Justice Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush The importance of this was emphasized in the 2000 Presidential Election? Electoral College
Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush Twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York, & the Pentagon were attacked by Terrorists on this day? September 11, 2001
Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush The terroristic attack in 2001 is known as? 9/11 Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush
This Person was President of the United States during 9/11? George W. Bush Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush U.S. Congress declared war
on this after 9/11? War on Terror Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush This terrorist group was responsible for 9/11 attacks?
Al Qaeda Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush Leader of the terrorist group was responsible for 9/11 attacks? Osama Bin Laden
Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush U.S. invaded this nation to eliminate Al Qaeda Training Camps? Afghanistan
Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush This was the name of the invasion of Afghanistan? Operation Enduring Freedom Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush
U.S. invaded this nation to prevent Saddam Hussein from providing Al-Qaeda terrorists with Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)? Iraq
Changing Political Ideologies: CarterBush This was the name of the invasion of Iraq? Operation Iraqi Freedom