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2 U. S. Studies II Chapter 19 Review Game

3 ElectionsSocial UnrestMiddle ClassMass MediaPersonalitiesMISC

4 A1 Southern delegates that protested the nomination of President Truman. Dixiecrats

5 A2 33rd President of the United States. Harry Truman

6 A3 One of the benefits that the GI Bill of Rights offered to returning veterans was ___. Pay Tuition, Unemployment Benefits, and Low-Interest Loans

7 A4 This man represented the Southern Democrats in the Election of Strom Thurmond

8 A5 Andy Griffith Show

9 A6 The Republican candidate in the Election of 1952, and the eventual winner. Eisenhower

10 A7 The factor that most contributed to the upset win of Truman in the 1948 Election was: His relentless campaign against a “do-nothing” Congress.

11 A8 The first politician to skillfully use the new medium of television was: Richard Nixon

12 A9 President Truman’s economic program which included measures concerning Minimum Wage, Social Security, and Housing. Fair Deal

13 A10 Brad Paisley

14 B1 Treatment based on class or category rather than individual merit. Discrimination

15 B2 Which were early effects of the conversion from a wartime to a peacetime economy? Inflation, Unemployment, Decreased Wages, Demand > Supply

16 B3 What was the purpose of Urban Renewal? Tear down the old and encourage new investment.

17 B4 What negative impact did the “White Flight” have on urban areas in the United States? Urban areas lost businesses, property, and income taxes.

18 B5 Supreme Court decision that made public schools racially integrated. Brown v. Board of Education

19 B6 During the 1950s, ___ jobs declined. Manufacturing

20 B7 President Truman threatened to ___ striking workers to prevent strikes from crippling the nation. DRAFT

21 B8 How were the actions of the Housing and Urban Development Agency viewed as less than successful? As more shopping centers and parking lots were being built, more people were forced out of their neighborhoods.

22 B9 For the United States government during the 1950s, what was the largest problem associated with Mexico? Large numbers of Mexicans crossed the borders looking for work.

23 B10 Longoria Incident prompted Mexican Americans to: Promote political candidates who represented their interests.

24 C1 Residential town or community near a city. Suburb

25 C2 The vast majority of new homes in the 1950s were built in the ___.. Suburbs

26 C3 Reasons for the Baby Boom (3) Couples Reunited, Marriage Age, Confidence in Prosperity

27 C4 A ___ is a large corporation that owns a number of smaller companies. Conglomerate

28 C5 With more money to spend and an increased number of products to buy, ___ became an American way of life. Consumerism

29 Pictorial Daily Double Actress: C6 Sandra Bullock

30 C7 The dramatic increase in car ownership in the 1950s contributed to: (3) Highway Act, Rise in use of Amusement Parks, and Wider income gap.

31 C8 For manufacturing businesses, what was the purpose of Planned Obsolescence? Consumers would have to buy replacements.

32 C9 What contributed to the economic recovery after the war ? Consumer Demand, Marshal Plan, and the Cold War

33 C10 Most ___ enjoyed the prosperity of the postwar period. White Americans

34 D1 A style of music characterized by the use of improvisation. JAZZ

35 D2 Social and artistic movement of the 1950s, stressing unrestrained literary self-expression and non- conformity Beat Movement

36 D3 Most Americans in the 1950s relied on ___ as their primary source of entertainment and information Television

37 D4 Criticism of television in the 1950s was based on: Its portrayal of an idealized society.

38 D5 In the 1950s, both the beat movement and rock-n-roll were viewed as forms of: REBELLION

39 D6 With the rise of the television industry during the 1950s, how did the Radio Industry carve out a niche? Local programming of news, weather, music, and community issues.

40 D7 The Incredible Mr. Ed

41 D8 With the rise of the television industry during the 1950s, how did the Movie Industry carve out a niche? Size of the screen, the colors, and stereophonic sound.

42 D9 How did American prejudices affect Jazz and Jazz Audiences? Fewer radio stations geared towards African American shows.

43 D10 Artist that mixed Gospel, Country, and the Blues into a style that captured young audiences. ELVIS PRESLEY

44 E1 Purchased the franchise rights for McDonalds for $2.7 million. Ray Kroc

45 E2 Man who coined the phrase, “Rock-n-Roll”. Alan Freed

46 E3 Woman that was responsible for starting the Montgomery Bus Strike. Rosa Parks

47 E4 Famous Jazz musician of the 1950s. Miles Davis

48 E5 Minority on TV during the 1950s that broke from the stereotypical roles given to minorities. Desi Arnaz

49 E6 Famous female comedian that starred on a TV show with her husband. Lucille Ball

50 E7 The Republican candidate in the Election of Thomas Dewey

51 E8 Pictorial Daily Double Actress: Lucille Ball

52 E9 California Senator accused of profiting from a secret slush fund during the Election of Richard Nixon

53 E10 Travis Tritt & John Cougar

54 F1 A Mexican laborer allowed to enter the United States for a limited time. Braceros

55 F2 The Munsters

56 F3 Law that provided financial and educational benefits for World War II veterans. G.I. Bill of Rights

57 F4 A ___ is a company that offers similar products or services in many locations. Franchise

58 F5 U.S. government policy to give up responsibility for Native American Tribes by eliminating economic support, discontinuing the reservation system, and redistributing tribal lands. Termination Policy

59 F6 Financial assistance given by a government to a person or group to support an undertaking Subsidizing

60 F7 Which major port is located the farthest west? DULUTH Interpreting Maps Picture

61 F8 Who does the figure on the RIGHT represent?? Congress Interpreting Political Cartoons Cartoon

62 F9 Why are Truman’s coat and hat on the ground? He is getting ready to fight. Interpreting Political Cartoons Cartoon

63 F10 Until 1934, what was the federal government policy toward Native Americans? Americanization and Assimilation

64 Interpreting Maps

65 Interpreting Cartoons F8F9


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