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1 U. S. History 112B Final Exam Review

2 Center of black cultural outpouring in the 1920s

3 Harlem

4 Underlying cause of both World War I and World War II

5 German ambitions to dominate Europe

6 In our infancy we bordered on the Atlantic only, our youth carried our boundary to the Gulf of Mexico, today, maturity sees us upon the Pacific. Whether they will it or not, Americans must now begin to look outward.

7 Foreign policy of imperialism

8 The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.

9 The only thing we have to fear is fear itself. Franklin D. Roosevelt

10 Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.

11 Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country. John F. Kennedy

12 I was President during the Spanish-American War. I was shot and killed by an anarchist.

13 William McKinley

14 I was linked to a burglary at the National Democratic Headquarters.

15 Richard Nixon

16 I believed in a strong Presidency. I used my position to take political power away from big business. I am known as the Trustbuster.

17 Teddy Roosevelt

18 I led the Allied invasion of France. After becoming President, I ended the war in Korea.

19 Dwight Eisenhower

20 I was the first President elected from the Deep South since 1848. I was a Washington outsider. It helped me to get elected but hurt me as President. I was the first President elected from the Deep South since 1848. I was a Washington outsider. It helped me to get elected but hurt me as President.

21 Jimmy Carter

22 I ordered the dropping of the atomic bombs on Japan in order to save American lives.

23 Harry Truman

24 During the depression, I felt that private charities and rugged individualism would be able to provide relief. I also called out the military to disperse the Bonus Army.

25 Herbert Hoover

26 The Soviet Union and the United States

27 Major world powers after WWII

28 The state of hostility, without fighting, between the United States and the Soviets

29 Cold War

30 Protects member nations against communist aggression

31 NATO

32 Represent U.S. efforts to contain communism

33 Korean and Vietnam War

34 I am the only person to serve as President and Vice President even though I was never elected to either office.

35 Gerald Ford

36 Teddy Roosevelt supported me for the Presidency for my first term and then ran against me on a third party ticket while I sought my second term. I was a Progressive who broke up many Trusts and enacted the 8 hour government workday.

37 William Howard Taft

38 I would like to be remembered for enacting the Great Society and declaring a War on Poverty, however, many Americans just know me as the President who escalated the war in Vietnam.

39 Lyndon Johnson

40 Gave all nations equal trading opportunities in China.

41 Open Door Policy

42 Agreement which was supposed to bring a lasting peace after World War I.

43 Treaty of Versailles

44 FDRs recovery program

45 New Deal

46 1896 decision that supported separate but equal

47 Plessy v Ferguson

48 Shifting the burden of fighting from the U.S. soldiers to the people we were there to protect.

49 Vietnamization

50 Japanese suicide pilots during World War II.

51 kamikaze

52 Fear of foreigners

53 xenophobia

54 Insurance for bank deposits created during the New Deal

55 FDIC

56 Built dams to control floods and produce electricity in the Appalachian region

57 TVA

58 Illegal club where people went to drink during Prohibition

59 speakeasy

60 Method which enables voters to remove an elected official from office

61 Recall

62 A policy of avoiding involvement in other countries affairs

63 Isolation

64 A liberated woman of the 1920s

65 flapper

66 Decision which banned segregated schools.

67 Brown v Board of Education

68 A journalist who specialized in revealing corruption and dishonesty in business and government

69 muckracker

70 Frederick Jackson Turners idea that encouraged Americans to look beyond our borders for more land so we would not become stagnate

71 Frontier Theory

72 Paying for only part of a stocks value and placing the remainder on credit

73 Buying on Margin

74 Enabled voters to place a bill on the ballot

75 Initiative

76 This famous pilot disappeared while attempting to fly around the world in the 1930s.

77 Amelia Earhart

78 This teacher intentionally taught evolution in order to test Tennessee law in the 1920s.

79 John Scopes

80 Electrocuted for selling secrets to the Soviets about how to build the atomic bomb.

81 Rosenbergs

82 Symbol of the working woman during World War II.

83 Rosie the Riveter

84 Popular jazz musician beginning in the 20s.

85 Louis Armstrong

86 Led the Red Scare against communism in the 20s.

87 Attorney General Palmer

88 President whose term was filled with scandals. He died after the Tea Pot Dome Scandal became public.

89 Warren Harding

90 The King of Rock and Roll: he became popular in the 50s after performing on TV.

91 Elvis Presley

92 General who spoke out on foreign policy during the Korean War. Truman fired him.

93 Douglas MacArthur

94 Prime Minister of Britain during World War II and one of the Big Three at the Yalta Conference.

95 Winston Churchill

96 Accused assassin of John F. Kennedy. He himself was assassinated before being tried.

97 Accused assassin of John F. Kennedy. He himself was assassinated before being tried. Lee Harvey Oswald

98 Chief Justice of the Supreme Court during the 50s and 60s. He led the first investigation into JFKs death and also wrote the Brown decision.

99 Earl Warren

100 First Lady who set many precedents by involving herself in politics and social issues.

101 Eleanor Roosevelt

102 Encouraged America to build up its navy in his book, The Influence of Sea Power Upon History. This led to a need for U.S. Naval Bases worldwide.

103 Captain Alfred Mahan

104 Spanish Ambassador to America who wrote a letter to a fried which criticized McKinley as weak and incompetent.

105 DeLome

106 Tried to convince Mexico to declare war against the U.S. during World War I in hopes of turning our attention away from Europe.

107 Zimmerman

108 Acquired by the United States as a result of the Spanish-American War. This Caribbean island now has the status of a U.S. Commonwealth.

109 Puerto Rico

110 The United States fought Spain for the independence of this island which today is led by Fidel Castro.

111 Cuba

112 U.S. businessmen helped overthrow the monarch of this island. A few years later the U.S. annexed it. Today it is a state.

113 Hawaii

114 This area gained independence with the aid of President Teddy Roosevelt, who was interested in acquiring the right to build a canal.

115 Panama

116 Secretary of State, William Seward, was criticized for buying this land from Russia.

117 Alaska

118 , We promised the people of this island independence if they helped us beat the Spanish in the Spanish- American War. However, we occupied it until 1949.

119 , Philippines

120 Editor of the New York Journal which blatantly promoted war with Spain.

121 William Randolph Hearst

122 Last monarch to reign in the Pacific nation of Hawaii.

123 Queen Liliukalani

124 Several food and drug acts were passed because of his novel, The Jungle.

125 Upton Sinclair

126 Wilsons policy at the beginning of World War I

127 Neutrality

128 Influenced American entry into the Spanish- American War and withdrawal from the Vietnam War.

129 Power of the Press

130 Germanys sinking of three American ships after promising not to

131 Immediate cause of US entry into World War I

132 First pilot to make a solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean.

133 Charles Lindbergh

134 Senator who enflamed the Red Scare of the 1950s.

135 Joseph McCarthy

136 Delivered the I Have a Dream speech at the Lincoln Memorial.

137 Martin Luther King, Jr.

138 John Kennedys Attorney General

139 Robert Kennedy

140 Kennedys adversary and supporter of communism in Cuba.

141 Khrushchev

142 Italian anarchists who were executed for murder during the 1920s.

143 Sacco and Vanzetti

144 Led the unsuccessful Back to Africa movement in the 1920s.

145 Marcus Garvey

146 He made concessions to Hitler at the Munich Conference. He believed that he was preserving peace in our time.

147 Neville Chamberlain

148 For the following series of slide, you will need to decide what the list of words has in common.

149 Bull Moose Trustbuster Panama Canal Rough Riders Square Deal

150 Bull Moose Trustbuster Panama Canal Rough Riders Square Deal Theodore Roosevelt

151 Pearl Harbor Iwo Jima Coral Sea Leyte Gulf Okinawa

152 Pearl Harbor Iwo Jima Coral Sea Leyte Gulf Okinawa WWII Pacific Battles

153 Charles Lindbergh Rudolph Valentino Babe Ruth Bobby Jones Franklin D. Roosevelt

154 Charles Lindbergh Rudolph Valentino Babe Ruth Bobby Jones Franklin D. Roosevelt American Heroes

155 ImperialismMilitarismTotalitarianismNationalism

156 ImperialismMilitarismTotalitarianismNationalism Causes of WWII

157 StalinMacArthurEisenhowerChamberlainChurchill

158 StalinMacArthurEisenhowerChamberlainChurchill WWII Allied Leaders

159 Al Capone SpeakeasyFlapperHipflaskBootleg

160 SpeakeasyFlapperHipflaskBootlegProhibition

161 Blockade of Berlin Creating Warsaw Pact Refusing elections in North Korea Refusing election in Poland and other eastern European countries

162 Blockade of Berlin Creating Warsaw Pact Refusing elections in North Korea Refusing election in Poland and other eastern European countries Soviet actions leading to Cold War

163 Founding of NATO Truman Doctrine Marshall Plan

164 Founding of NATO Truman Doctrine Marshall Plan American actions leading to Cold War

165 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. Vietnam War Goals had been achieved People lost interest

166 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. Vietnam War Goals had been achieved People lost interest Ended Civil Rights Movement

167 Jim Crow Laws Plessy v Ferguson KKK White Citizens Councils

168 Jim Crow Laws Plessy v Ferguson KKK White Citizens Councils Kept South segregated

169 Cease-fire between the French and Viet Minh Divide Vietnam Elections in 2 years to unify Vietnam

170 Cease-fire between the French and Viet Minh Divide Vietnam Elections in 2 years to unify Vietnam Provisions of Geneva Accords

171 Attack on 200 towns and 12 air bases in South Vietnam American military victory Hurt American morale Americans question involvement in Vietnam

172 Attack on 200 towns and 12 air bases in South Vietnam American military victory Hurt American morale Americans question involvement in Vietnam Tet Offensive

173 America had no vital interest in Vietnam America was supporting a government that did not have the support of its own people America was involved in a civil war

174 America had no vital interest in Vietnam America was supporting a government that did not have the support of its own people America was involved in a civil war Argument of a Dove

175 Unified communist government Americans mistrust government South Vietnamese tortured Congressional assistance for Vietnamese refugees

176 Unified communist government Americans mistrust government South Vietnamese tortured Congressional assistance for Vietnamese refugees Results of Vietnam War

177 NASASputnik Cold War Soviet Union John F. Kennedy

178 NASASputnik Cold War Soviet Union John F. Kennedy Space Race

179 Rosa Parks Martin Luther King Jr. Thurgood Marshall Malcolm X James Meredith

180 Rosa Parks Martin Luther King Jr. Thurgood Marshall Malcolm X James Meredith Civil Rights Heros

181 John Kennedy Robert Kennedy Martin Luther King Jr. Malcolm X

182 John Kennedy Robert Kennedy Martin Luther King Jr. Malcolm X Assassinated in the 1960s

183 CCCTVAREASECWPA

184 CCCTVAREASECWPA New Deal

185 NAACPSCLC Black Panthers Black Muslims

186 NAACPSCLC Black Panthers Black Muslims Civil Rights Organizations

187 Peace Corps Bay of Pigs New Frontier Cuban Missile Crisis PT 109

188 Peace Corps Bay of Pigs New Frontier Cuban Missile Crisis PT 109 John F. Kennedy

189 Khrushchev Arms Race Sputnik Cuban Missile Crisis U-2 Incident

190 Khrushchev Arms Race Sputnik Cuban Missile Crisis U-2 Incident Cold War

191 Germany Austria- Hungary Ottoman Empire Bulgaria

192 Germany Austria- Hungary Ottoman Empire Bulgaria WWI Central Powers

193 Humanitarian Reasons Yellow Journalism Americans wanted war Explosion of the USS Maine DeLome criticized McKinley Protect economic interests

194 Humanitarian Reasons Yellow Journalism Americans wanted war Explosion of the USS Maine DeLome criticized McKinley Protect economic interests Causes of Spanish-American War

195 In the following slides, match the person/event to the decade to which it relates.

196 The Depression

197 1930s

198 World War I

199 1910-1919

200 U. S. involvement in World War II

201 1940s

202 Prohibition

203 Prohibition1920s

204 JFKs Presidency

205 1960s

206 New Deal

207 1930s

208 Counterculture

209 Counterculture1960s

210 Watergate Scandal

211 1970s

212 Ford and Carter Presidencies

213 1970s

214 Korean War

215 1950s

216 Bay of Pigs

217 1960s

218 Death of Franklin Delano Roosevelt

219 1940s

220 Eisenhowers Presidency

221 1950s

222 Major U. S. involvement in Vietnam

223 1960s

224 Beginning of the Civil Rights Movement

225 1950s

226 Beginning of the Jazz Age

227 1920s

228 Attack on Pearl Harbor

229 1940s

230 Progressive Movement

231 1900-1920s

232 U. S. practices Imperialism

233 1900-1920s

234 Presidency of Harding, Coolidge, Hoover

235 1920s

236 Passage of the 16 th, 17 th, 18 th, 19 th Amendments

237 1900-1920s

238 Cuban Missile Crisis

239 1960s

240 Popularity of Muckrakers

241 1900-1920s

242 Presidency of Teddy Roosevelt

243 1900-1920s

244 Montgomery Bus Boycott

245 1950s

246 D-Day

247 D-Day1940s

248 Presidency of Ronald Reagan

249 1980s

250 Brought about a peace treaty between Israel and Egypt

251 President Carter


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