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APUSH Unit 07; Ch. 22-24: The 1920s, Great Depression, and WWII VOCABULARY “On Margin” “Red Scare” of 1919 Sacco and Vanzetti Emergency Quota Immigration.

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1 APUSH Unit 07; Ch : The 1920s, Great Depression, and WWII VOCABULARY “On Margin” “Red Scare” of 1919 Sacco and Vanzetti Emergency Quota Immigration Act Volstead Act 18 th Amendment Bootlegging “Speakeasies” St. Valentine’s Day John Dewey Scopes Monkey Trial Andrew Mellon Babe” Ruth Jack Dempsey Frederick W. Taylor Kitty Hawk Charles Lindbergh The Jazz Singer Margaret Sanger Marcus Garvey Andrew Mellon Ch. 22: Wrestling w/ Modernity I. A. Insulating America 1. Amer returns to isol 2. Reject radical ideas 3. SFI 1. Red Scare helps big bus 2. Curb unions 3. SFI 2. Sacco and Vanzetti 3. SFI B. Hooded Hoodlums 1. Growth of KKK 's 3. SFI C. Stemming the Foreign Flood 1. Amer Isolationism 1920's 3. SFI D. The Prohibition “Experiment” th amen = prohib 3. SFI 1. Prohibitionists 2. Trad / weak cen gov 3. SFI E. Golden Age of Gangsterism 1. Prohibition caused crime 3. SFI F. Monkey Business in Tennessee 1. Edu theory - John Dewey 3. SFI 1. Advances in science 3. SFI 1. Evol destroyed faith 3. SFI 1. Scopes Trial 3. SFI II. G. Mass-Consumption Economy 1. “Roaring 20's” = prosperity 2. Sports 3. SFI 2. Credit - pay later 3. SFI

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5 APUSH Unit 07; Ch : The 1920s, Great Depression, and WWII VOCABULARY “On Margin” “Red Scare” of 1919 Sacco and Vanzetti Emergency Quota Immigration Act Volstead Act 18 th Amendment Bootlegging “Speakeasies” St. Valentine’s Day John Dewey Scopes Monkey Trial Andrew Mellon Babe” Ruth Jack Dempsey Frederick W. Taylor Kitty Hawk Charles Lindbergh The Jazz Singer Margaret Sanger Marcus Garvey Andrew Mellon H. Putting America Tires ’s auto changes soc 2. Freedom + status 2. Changing leisure events 2. Women gained indep 1. Other changes 2. Buses - mass transit 2. Consolidation of schools 2. Suburbs – commuting 2. Auto deaths 2. Less family cohesion 2. Crime - getaway cars 2. Breakdown of morals I. Humans develop Wings 1. Kittyhawk, NC 12/17/03 3. SFI Charles Lindbergh 3. SFI J. The Radio Revolution 1. Commun + changing soc 3. SFI K. Hollywood’s Fantasies 's - Edison - moving pics 2. Effects of movies 3. SFI L. Literary Liberation 1. Explored new morality 2. F. Scott Fitzgerald Theodore Dreiser Ernest Hemmingway 2. Sherwood Anderson 2. Sinclair Lewis 2. William Faulkner 2. Ezra Pound, T.S. Eliot, Robert Frost - poets 2. Eugene O’Neill 2. Frank Lloyd Wright III. M. “Old Guard” Returns 1. Warren G. Harding – SFI

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7 APUSH Unit 07; Ch : The 1920s, Great Depression, and WWII VOCABULARY Harry M. Daugherty Adkins v. Children’s Hospital Esch-Cummins Act Railway Labor Board Adjusted Compensation Frank B. Kellogg Fordney-McCumber Teapot Dome Scandal McNary-Haugen Bill “Planned economy” Federal Farm Board Hawley-Smoot Tariff “Hoovervilles” Rugged Indiv Recon Finance Corp Norris-La Guardia Bonus Army N. GOP Reaction 1. Pro business conserv 3. SFI 1. Sup Court conser 3. SFI O. Aftermath of War 1. Removes gov controls of bus 1. Cong helps veterans 2. Veterans’ Bureau American Legion How to make peace 2. Rejected Versailles 3. SFI P Washington Conference 1. Call for disarmament 2. Disarmament Conf SFI 2. Hughes - 10 yr “holiday” 3. SFI 2. Five-Power Treaty SFI 2. Illusory 3. SFI Q. Hiking the Tariff Higher 1. Raised 32 times in 6 yrs. 3. SFI R. Stench of Scandal 1. Scandal Veterans’ Bureau 3. SFI 2. Teapot Dome SFI – Dougherty 3. SFI S. Calvin Coolidge 1. Supports status quo 3. SFI T. Frustrated Farmers 1. Boom + bust 3. SFI 1. Midwest = depression 1920's 3. SFI 1. “Farm bloc” 3. SFI

8 APUSH Unit 07; Ch : The 1920s, Great Depression, and WWII VOCABULARY Harry M. Daugherty Adkins v. Children’s Hospital Esch-Cummins Act Railway Labor Board Adjusted Compensation Frank B. Kellogg Fordney-McCumber Teapot Dome Scandal McNary-Haugen Bill “Planned economy” Federal Farm Board Hawley-Smoot Tariff “Hoovervilles” Rugged Indiv Recon Finance Corp Norris-La Guardia Bonus Army U. A Three-Way Race in Demos divided 3. SFI 1. New Progressive party 2. nom Robert La Follette 3. SFI V. Foreign-Policy 1. Cool remains isol 2. US refuses World Court 3. SFI 1. Exception 2. Carribean 3. SFI 1. Biggest prob 2. debts, repar = $16 bil creditor 1. US wants repayment 3. SFI IV. W. Unraveling the Debt Knot 1. Germany 2. Currency inflated 3. SFI X. Triumph of Herbert Hoover 1. Preached rugg indiv 3. SFI 1. No “planned econ” 3. SFI Y. Hoover’s First Moves 1. Farmers and laborers 3. SFI Z. The Crash 1. Crash - 10/29/29 “Black Tues” 3. SFI 2. Shockwaves 3. SFI AA. Hooked on Plenty 1. Deeper causes of Great Dep 2. Over produc 2. Profits in hands of few 2. Poor economies abroad 2. Hawley-Smoot 2. Drought 1930

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12 APUSH Unit 07; Ch : The 1920s, Great Depression, and WWII VOCABULARY Harry M. Daugherty Adkins v. Children’s Hospital Esch-Cummins Act Railway Labor Board Adjusted Compensation Frank B. Kellogg Fordney-McCumber Teapot Dome Scandal McNary-Haugen Bill “Planned economy” Federal Farm Board Hawley-Smoot Tariff “Hoovervilles” Rugged Indiv Recon Finance Corp Norris-La Guardia Bonus Army BB. Rugged Times 1. Tough choice 2. Rug indiv or socialism 3. SFI 2. Trickle-down econ 3. SFI CC. Herbert Hoover 1. Hoover’s projects 2. $2.25 bil in aid 3. SFI 2. Hoover Dam SFI 2. Reconstruction Finance Corporation SFI DD. Routing the Bonus Army 1. Veterans - hard hit 3. SFI 1. Vets march on Wash 2. Bonus Expeditionary 3. SFI EE. Japanese Attack China 1. Jap steals Manchuria SFI FF. Good Neighbor Policy 1. Improve Lat Amer relat 3. SFI

13 GENERAL CAUSES OF THE GREAT DEPRESSION 1. Lack of government regulation on business Massive Consumer production Over advertisement Consumption could not keep pace. Anti labor legislations Propping up failed businesses (Railroad) – Esch-Cummins 2. Government corruption and theft 3. Worldwide overproduction. Dragged down world economy. 4. Debt Knot Loans to pay previous loans, reparations, and stock market investments. Germany inflates currency to pay off loads. (Pays back in depreciated currency.) 5. Tariff policy Raise tariffs to promote prosperity and punish Europe 6. Lack of government regulation on banking Permitting ‘Buying on Margin’ Loaning beyond bank reserves 7. Lack of government regulation on stock market Greed and stock watering

14 APUSH Unit 07; Ch : The 1920s, Great Depression, and WWII VOCABULARY Wagner Act Fair Labor Standards Keynesian Hatch Act Tennessee Valley Authority Eleanor Roosevelt Banking Relief Glass-Steagall Federal Emergency Relief Act Harry Hopkins Huey P. Long Francis E. Townsend Frances Perkins Schechter decision Father Coughlin Agricultural Adjustment Act Frazier-Lemke Farm Securities Exchange Ch. 23: Great Depression I. A. FDR in a Wheelchair 1. Franklin Delano Roosevelt 3. SFI 1. Eleanor Roosevelt 3. SFI 1. Campaign prom 2. Repeal prohib 2. End dep 2. Bal budget 2. Soc and eco reform B. Presidential Hopefuls of Hoover claims FDR = deeper dep 3. SFI C. Humiliation of Hoover Hoover loses big 2. Blacks to demo 2. No trickle down 2. Hoover as lame duck 3. SFI D. FDR and the Three R’s 1. Inaug 3/4/33 3. SFI 1. “Banking Holiday” 3. SFI 1. New Deal = relief, recov, ref 3. SFI E. Roosevelt Tackles Banking 1. Emerg Banking Relief Act SFI 1. FDR’s “Fireside Chats” 3. SFI 1. Glass-Steagall Act 3. SFI 1. Orders surren of gold 3. SFI 1. Managed economy 3. SFI 1. Inflates dollar 3. SFI 1. International finance 2. Keeps gold – pay debts 3. SFI

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16 APUSH Unit 07; Ch : The 1920s, Great Depression, and WWII VOCABULARY Wagner Act Fair Labor Standards Keynesian Hatch Act Tennessee Valley Authority Eleanor Roosevelt Banking Relief Glass-Steagall Federal Emergency Relief Act Harry Hopkins Huey P. Long Francis E. Townsend Frances Perkins Schechter decision Father Coughlin Agricultural Adjustment Act Frazier-Lemke Farm Securities Exchange F. Creating Jobs for the Jobless 1. Prime the pump 3. SFI 1. Hundred Days 2. Civ Conser Corps (CCC) 3. SFI 2. Fed Emerg Relief Admin (FERA) 3. SFI 2. Civil Works Adm (CWA) 3. SFI 1. Unempl remains high 3. SFI 1. Works Progress Admin $11 bill - bridges, roads 3. SFI 2. Jobs to artists 3. SFI II. G. Industry and Labor 1. More complex legislation 2. Nat Recov Admin (NRA) 3. SFI 1. NRA required sacrif 2. Stim nationalism 3. SFI 2. Schechter case 3. SFI 1. Public Works Admin (PWA) 2. $4 bil on proj 3. SFI H. Paying Farmers Not to Farm 1. Overproduc/low prices 2. Debts – foreclosures 3. SFI 1. Farm legis - Emerg Cong 2. Agric Adjus Act (AAA) 3. SFI 2. Sup Court SFI 2. Soil Conservation Act 3. SFI I. Dust Bowls 1. Frazier-Lemke Act SFI

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21 APUSH Unit 07; Ch : The 1920s, Great Depression, and WWII VOCABULARY Wagner Act Fair Labor Standards Keynesian Hatch Act Tennessee Valley Authority Eleanor Roosevelt Banking Relief Glass-Steagall Federal Emergency Relief Act Harry Hopkins Huey P. Long Francis E. Townsend Frances Perkins Schechter decision Father Coughlin Agricultural Adjustment Act Frazier-Lemke Farm Securities Exchange J. Battling Banks + Big Business 1. Emerg Cong bank legis 2. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) 3. SFI K. The TVA 1. Tennessee Valley Authority SFI L. Housing and Social Security 1. Federal Housing Admin SFI 1. Social Security Act SFI III. M. Unskilled Labor 1. NRA help org labor 3. SFI 1. Wagner Act SFI N. Roosevelt “Coddling” Labor 1. US Steel caves in 2. Avoid costly strike 3. SFI 1. Fair Labor Standards Act Max hours; min wage 2. Forbid labor under 16 O. Landon Challenges in Demos ran on New Deal 3. SFI 1. Rep nom Alfred M. Landon 2. Bal budget 2. Anti-New Deal coalition 3. SFI 1. FDR landslide win 2. Southern coalition 3. SFI 2. Immig vote 3. SFI

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23 APUSH Unit 07; Ch : The 1920s, Great Depression, and WWII VOCABULARY Wagner Act Fair Labor Standards Keynesian Hatch Act Tennessee Valley Authority Eleanor Roosevelt Banking Relief Glass-Steagall Federal Emergency Relief Act Harry Hopkins Huey P. Long Francis E. Townsend Frances Perkins Schechter decision Father Coughlin Agricultural Adjustment Act Frazier-Lemke Farm Securities Exchange P. Nine on the Supreme Bench 1. FDR 2 nd term th amend SFI 2. Mandate? 3. SFI 1. New Deal defeats 2. Ultraconserv court 3. SFI 2. New Deal = socialist? 3. SFI 1. Court packing 3. SFI Q. The Court Changes Course 1. Court sides w/ New Deal 2. FDR = dictatorial? 3. SFI 1. Full pay for retired justices 3. SFI R. The Twilight of the New Deal 1. No banish dep 3. SFI second mini dep 3. SFI 1. FDR turns to Keynes 3. SFI 1. FDR makes gov more efficient 2. Creation of Exec Office 3. SFI 2. Reorganization Act 3. SFI 1. Cong controls power of pres 2. Hatch Act SFI S. New Deal or Raw Deal? 1. How successful was FDR? 2. Waste, incompet 2. Bureaucracy 2. No balanced budget 2. $20 bil in 6 yrs. - few jobs 2. Farm surpluses remained 1. Big bus upset 2. Class conflict 2. Planned econ 2. States’ rights curbed

24 APUSH Unit 07; Ch : The 1920s, Great Depression, and WWII VOCABULARY London Conference Cordell Hull Reciprocal Trade Johnson Debt Default Merchants of Death Nye Committee Neutrality Acts Quarantine Speech Panay Totalitarianism Appeasement Nonaggression Pact Cash and Carry Atlantic Charter Winston Churchill 16. America First Committee Destroyer-Base Deal Wendell Wilkie Lend-Lease Law Pearl Harbor Ch. 24: World War II I. A. The London Conference 1. Foreign linked w/ domes pol 3. SFI 1. FDR recog Soviet Union – SFI 1. SU concessions 3. SFI B. Freedom For Filipinos 1. Dep helps the Philippines 2. Expensive for US 3. SFI 2. Magnet for Jap 3. SFI 2. Applauded by anti-imp 3. SFI C. Good Neighborism Good Neighbor Policy 3. SFI marines left Haiti 3. SFI Cuba no Platt Amend 3. SFI 1. Test to GN policy 2. Mexico 3. SFI 1. Results of G.N. Policy 2. New era 3. SFI 2. US bus interests hurt 3. SFI D. Reciprocal Trade Agreements 1. Dep relief - stim trade 3. SFI 1. Recip w/ 21 nations – 1939 E. Storm-Cellar Isolationism 1. Growth of totalitarianism 3. SFI 1. Soviet communism 2. Josef Stalin 3. SFI

25 APUSH Unit 07; Ch : The 1920s, Great Depression, and WWII VOCABULARY London Conference Cordell Hull Reciprocal Trade Johnson Debt Default Merchants of Death Nye Committee Neutrality Acts Quarantine Speech Panay Totalitarianism Appeasement Nonaggression Pact Cash and Carry Atlantic Charter Winston Churchill 16. America First Committee Destroyer-Base Deal Wendell Wilkie Lend-Lease Law Pearl Harbor 1. Fascism 2. Mussolini – Italy 3. SFI 2. Adolf Hitler – Gr 3. SFI 1. Hitler 2. Dep, national disgrace, and Versailles to unite people 3. SFI 2. seized control of Weimar 3. SFI Rome-Berlin Axis 3. SFI 1. Japan 2. demanded more space 3. SFI 2. Angry Portsmouth, Sino- Jap War, and Open Door 3. SFI termin Washington Naval Treaty 3. SFI II. F. Congress Legislates Neutrality 1. Amer blames WWI on manuf 2. Merchants of Death 3. SFI 1. Neutrality Acts of 1935,36,37 2. Aband freedom of seas 3. SFI G. America Dooms Spain 1. Spanish Civil War dress rehearsal for WWII 3. SFI H. Appeasing Jap and Germany 1. Tensions in Far East 2. Jap attacks Beijing Quarantine Speech 3. SFI – Jap sinks Panay 3. SFI 1. Hitler viol Versailles: 3. SFI

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27 APUSH Unit 07; Ch : The 1920s, Great Depression, and WWII VOCABULARY London Conference Cordell Hull Reciprocal Trade Johnson Debt Default Merchants of Death Nye Committee Neutrality Acts Quarantine Speech Panay Totalitarianism Appeasement Nonaggression Pact Cash and Carry Atlantic Charter Winston Churchill 16. America First Committee Destroyer-Base Deal Wendell Wilkie Lend-Lease Law Pearl Harbor I. Hitlerian Belligerency 1. Non-Aggression Pact 3. SFI 2. West declares war – SFI 2. US declares neutral 3. SFI 2. “cash-and-carry” 3. SFI 1. US gains 2. $ through weapons sales 2. moral position J. Aftermath of the Fall of France 1. Phony War = inaction after Pol 2. West mobilizing 3. SFI 1. 4/40 - Hit resumes 3. SFI 2. Churchill becomes PM 2. conscription law 9/6/40 2. US takes over Euro colon 3. SFI K. Bolstering Britain US aban neutrality 3. SFI 1. America First Committee 3. SFI 1. Bases for destroyers 3. SFI L. FDR Shatters Two-Term 1. FDR’s elec strategy 2. Prom non-interv 3. SFI M. Lend-Lease Law 1. Br in finan trouble 3. SFI 1. Lend-Lease Act 2. US = Arsenal of democ 3. SFI III. N. Hitler’s Assault on Russia 1. Hit double crosses Stal SFI

28 APUSH Unit 07; Ch : The 1920s, Great Depression, and WWII VOCABULARY London Conference Cordell Hull Reciprocal Trade Johnson Debt Default Merchants of Death Nye Committee Neutrality Acts Quarantine Speech Panay Totalitarianism Appeasement Nonaggression Pact Cash and Carry Atlantic Charter Winston Churchill 16. America First Committee Destroyer-Base Deal Wendell Wilkie Lend-Lease Law Pearl Harbor Atlantic Charter signed 3. SFI O. Destroyers and U-Boats Clash 1. US weapons on Br ships 2. Amer convoy 3. SFI 1. 9/ US Greer sunk by sub 2. FDR - shoot on sight 3. SFI 1. 11/ amend neutral acts 2. arms merchant ships 3. SFI 2. can enter combat zones 3. SFI P. Pearl Harbor 1. Unexpected attack 2. 9/1940 – Jap - Gr ally 3. SFI 2. War in China stalemated 3. SFI 2. Jap attacks for resources 3. SFI 2. US cracked Jap code 3. SFI 1. 12/7/ attack Pearl” 2. Destroyed US Pac fleet 3. SFI 2. GR/It declare war 3. SFI 1. US dilemma 2. Wanted neutrality, eco freedom, and demo 3. SFI Q. Allies Trade Space for Time 1. US mobilizes 2. Get Hirohito First 3. SFI 2. Huge indus 3. SFI 2. Feed, clothe, arm 3. SFI

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30 APUSH Unit 07; Ch : The 1920s, Great Depression, and WWII VOCABULARY ABC-1 agreement Korematusu v. US VE Day War Labor Board Smith-Connally Anti- Strike Act Battle of Iwo Jima Potsdam Conference “Kamikazes” Harry S. Truman Congress of Racial Equality Chiang Kai Shek Douglas Macarthur Midway Island Battle of Coral Sea “Leapfrogging” “The Desert Fox” El Alamein Casablanca Eisenhower D-Day R. The Shock of War 1. No isol or immig dissent 3. SFI 1. Japanese war hyst 3. SFI 1. Jobs not idealism 3. SFI IV. S. Building the War Machine 1. Military orders 2. War Industries Board 3. SFI T. Manpower and Womanpowar 1.15 mil men + 216,000 women 2. WAACs; WAVES 3. SFI 2. Draft increases in SFI – Mex labor 3. SFI 1. Women enter the factories 3. SFI 1. Demographic shifts in US 2. Out of US 3. SFI 2. Rural to urban 3. SFI 2. South to north 3. SFI 2. Blacks to N 3. SFI 1. Racial mixing + tension 2. minorities w/ jobs 3. SFI U. Holding the Home Front 1. Little suffering price controls lifted 3. SFI 1. War led to big-gov 3. SFI 1. War, not New Deal ends dep 3. SFI

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38 APUSH Unit 07; Ch : The 1920s, Great Depression, and WWII VOCABULARY ABC-1 agreement Korematusu v. US VE Day War Labor Board Smith-Connally Anti- Strike Act Battle of Iwo Jima Potsdam Conference “Kamikazes” Harry S. Truman Congress of Racial Equality Chiang Kai Shek Douglas Macarthur Midway Island Battle of Coral Sea “Leapfrogging” “The Desert Fox” El Alamein Casablanca Eisenhower D-Day 1. Allied attack on “underbelly” 2. 8/43 - Sicily falls 3. SFI 2. Gr troops in It resist 3. SFI BB. Eisenhower’s D-Day Invasion 1.Big 3 meet in Teheran 11/1/43 2. Coordinate D-Day 3. SFI CC. Roosevelt Defeats Dewey 1. Dewey smears FDR 3. SFI 1. FDR used new CIO 2. pushed dep and war record 3. SFI DD. Last Days of Hitler 1. 12/44 - FDR’s elec vict 2. GR devas 3. SFI 1. 12/44 - Battle of Bulge 3. SFI 1. Allies resume advance 2. 4/45 - reach Rhineland 3. SFI 2. Concentration camps 3. SFI 2. Allies invade Berlin 3. SFI 1. 4/12/45 - FDR dies 3. SFI VI. EE. Japan Dies Hard 1. Tru has resp to end Pacif front 3. SFI 1. Jap effort over 2. US subs sank 1,042 ships 3. SFI 2. Bombing raids in Jap 3. SFI 1. Mac heads for Philipp 3. SFI 1. Iwa Jima 3/ day US cas 3. SFI

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41 APUSH Unit 07; Ch : The 1920s, Great Depression, and WWII VOCABULARY ABC-1 agreement Korematusu v. US VE Day War Labor Board Smith-Connally Anti- Strike Act Battle of Iwo Jima Potsdam Conference “Kamikazes” Harry S. Truman Congress of Racial Equality Chiang Kai Shek Douglas Macarthur Midway Island Battle of Coral Sea “Leapfrogging” “The Desert Fox” El Alamein Casablanca Eisenhower D-Day FF. Atomic Awfulness 1. Invas of Jap 3. SFI 1. Potsdam Conference - 6/45 2. Tru met Stalin 3. SFI 1. Manhattan Proj - 7/16/45 3. SFI 1. Jap - no surr 2. 8/6/45 - Enola Gay 3. SFI 2. 2 days later, Stalin enters 3. SFI 2. 8/9 – Nagasaki 3. SFI 2. US Missouri 3. SFI GG. The Allies Triumphant 1. War = very costly 2. US = 1 mil cas 3. SFI 1. US blossomed 2. resourceful, tough 2. great milit leadership 2. polit lead 2. great indus

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