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POLITICSECONOMICS SOCIETY AFRICAN- AMERICANS WOMEN
Name the 1 st amendment freedom that can be restricted by the U.S. v. Schenck case
Freedom of Speech
Three goals of FDR’S New Deal
Relief, Recovery, Reform
Japanese- Americans were put into internment camps and denied this due process right
Right of Habeas Corpus (to be brought to court and formally charged with a crime)
This movement accused many Americans of being or aiding Communists
The Immigration Act of 1965 eliminated this old method of determining immigration
The economic philosophy of the Republican presidents
Overproduction led to this symptom of a Depression
Correct responses include: falling prices, rising unemployment
Because of the duration of the war, shortages resulted in this technique for controlling goods during WW2 but not WW1
Very large businesses that produced many different products
He led Mexican farm workers using boycotts of lettuce and grapes
Most of the social debates of the 20s centered around a clash of two sets of values. Name them.
Traditional v. Modern
Homeless people during the Depression often lived in these groups
WW2 was financed through deficit spending, higher taxes and _____.
Levittowns are examples of the extreme rise in these areas
“Cookie Cutter” Suburbs
Hippies, Woodstock, Sexual Revolution, Drug scene are all descriptive of this “culture”
This New York City neighborhood was the site of a music, art and literary renaissance
Because of political issues, FDR could not support a law against this method of killing African-Americans by racist vigilante groups
This civil rights organization was formed during WW2 to promote civil rights in the north
CORE (Congress of Racial Equality)
Supreme Court case that repeal Plessy v. Ferguson and ruled that segregation was inherently unequal
Brown v. Topeka Board of Education (1954)
Law that banned the literacy test and removed other barriers to voting and registration
Voting Rights Act of 1965
Term used to describe women who wore short hair and dresses, smoked and drank, and partied in public
Women’s jobs typically were not covered by this New Deal program
Woman used in govt. advertising to recruit women for defense industries
Rosie the Riveter
After their experiences in the defense workplace, some women resisted returning to this traditional female role
This landmark Supreme Court case made abortion legal in the U.S.
Roe v. Wade
World War II to Sept. 11. Pearl Harbor U.S. naval base in Hawaii Attacked by Japan unexpectedly on December 7, 1941 United States declares war on Japan.
U.S. History Top 100 What every student should know to pass the U.S. History EOC Goals 6,8-12.
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GHSGT U.S. History II. SSUSH11 Railroads: The federal government granted vast areas of western land to railroad owners so they would lay train track connecting.
Political Parties: What do they do? Promote a political agenda to influence government policy and action Select candidates for election Educate voters.
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New Deal brings new opportunities Long standing prejudices still limited opportunities for minorities Women made less in workplace than men. FDR.
Unit 7 Boom and Bust. A Resurgence of Nativism Because of the red scare- the fear that communist would threaten freedom in the United states Palmer raids-
Chapter Sixteen Equality and Civil Rights. Conceptions of Equality Americans want equality, but they differ on the extent to which government should provide.
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