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This term means a fear of immigrants and belief in the superiority of U.S. born Americans
This new Deal reform agency protected against bank failures
FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation)
This federal program was designed to bring Mexicans to work farms in the Southwest
Part of Truman’s “Fair Deal” platform dealt with what minority issue
Segregation or discrimination
Name of LBJ’s program that created Medicare, Medicaid, Head Start and other welfare programs to help the poor
The Great Society
The crash of the stock market was caused by speculation and ____________.
Buying on Margin
Reason the Hawley-Smoot tariff is so historically important
Highest tariff rates in U.S. history – slowed trade nearly to a halt
FDR created many agencies to convert the economy to wartime. This process is called ______________.
This new technology helped create a national culture, especially through advertising.
This government agency was created to help with pollution and waste issues.
EPA (Environmental Protection Agency)
Name one of the entertainment mediums that helped create a national culture
Radio or Movies
Geographic disaster that contributed to the misery of the Depression in the Great Plains
As in WW1, these provided a source of food for many households.
Because of the Space Race and Arms race, these two subjects got more emphasis in schools
Math and Science
The term rock-n- roll originated in this city
Civil rights organization that used legal action to achieve its goals
NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Unemployment for African Americans reached this % during the Depression
What did the 2 “V”s in Double V Campaign stand for?
Victory against Nazis in Europe and victory against discrimination and racism at home
Martin Luther King, Jr. and the SCLC believed in this technique for achieving civil rights
Passive resistance, non- violent civil disobedience
Law that prohibited discrimination in housing, education, employment, voting and public accomodations
Civil Rights Act of 1964
Amendment that gave women the right to vote
19 th amendment
Why were married women fired during the depression?
To make more jobs for men
Industry where most women worked during WW2
Reason for feelings of discontent by women during the years after WW2
Forced out of jobs and encouraged to return to homemaking
Organization created by middle class white women to push for equal rights
NOW (National Organization for Women)
1920s - Jazz Age Great Depression World War II at Home Cold WarCivil Rights Movement Main page (home)
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NAACP The NAACP(The National Advancement for Colored People) worked to end segregation.
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