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Women On The Home Front Pg.40 (top ½) with Quad Partner 1 Rosie the Riveter Clip – Summarize the main message. – Is it effective? Why or why not? – How.

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1 Women On The Home Front Pg.40 (top ½) with Quad Partner 1 Rosie the Riveter Clip – Summarize the main message. – Is it effective? Why or why not? – How is this different from WWI? Clip: M0wx00s M0wx00s

2 Pg. 40 (bottom ½) Foreign vs. Domestic Policy 1. Label each of the following events as either an example of FDR’s domestic policy or foreign policy. Use the text as review and help. With Quad Partner _________________ War Production Board 2. _________________ Lend-Lease program 3. _________________ Price controls 4. _________________ Four Freedoms speech 5. _________________ Atlantic Charter: August 9-12, 1941, a joint proclamation by the United States and Britain declaring that they were fighting the Axis powers to "ensure life, liberty, independence and religious freedom and to preserve the rights of man and justice." 6. _________________ Neutrality Acts 7. _________________ Tax Increases 8. _________________ Rationing 2. With Quad Partner 3: Create a Compare and Contrast chart with at least three items in each section. Compare FDR’s policies during WWII to Wilson’s policies during WWI.

3 Pg. 41 Economic Changes at Home Ch. 14 Sect. 4 Say how each of the following people would have felt about 2 of these wartime changes to the economy: – War bonds – War Production Board – Tax increase – Rationing – Price controls – Depression ends People: Factory owner Single Mom Farmer Parents of a soldier at war Member of the War Production Board President Roosevelt Shop owner Factory worker

4 53. “Yesterday, December 7, a date will live in infamy…..” - President FDR, December 8, 1941 What was President Roosevelt referring to in his speech? A.A police attack on strikers in Detroit B.The Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor C.An explosion in a West Virginia coal mine D.The collapse of the New York Stock Exchange

5 55. During WWII, what was the primary purpose of the Navajo Code talkers? A.Interpreting confiscated German battle plans B.Transmitting secret messages to US forces during combat C.Translating confidential Japanese communications D.Informing the press about the number of Allied casualties

6 56. In comparison to the earlier conferences at Casablanca and Teheran, the meetings at Yalta and Potsdam were more focused upon A.Postwar issues B.Military supply issues C.Long-term military planning D.Technological developments

7 58. The US Congress passed a series of neutrality acts beginning in August 1935 in response to A.British requests to blockade German ports B.American antiwar sentiment C.The German invasion of Poland D.The Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor

8 59. In 1944, the Supreme Court upheld the internment of Japanese Americans residing on the West Coast by riling that the actions were A.Part of an international agreement with US allies B.Approved by both houses of Congress C.Allowed under the 14 th Amendment D.Necessary for national security

9 61. The purpose of the Manhattan project was to? A.Provide economic aid to Latin American countries B.Develop atomic weapons for the US military C.Bring about an end to poverty in US urban areas D.Offer assistance to relocated European refugees

10 62. The purpose of the 1947 General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) was to A.Use tariffs to restrict international trade with communist countries B.Raise money through tariffs to rebuild Europe after WWII C.Encourage countries to repay war debts by increasing tariffs D.Expand international trade by mutual reduction of tariffs

11 63. The United Nations statement of principles was based on the belief that A.The development of nuclear weapons must be closely monitored B.Germany must be punished by being forced to pay war reparations C.An international peacekeeping organization could settle disputes without warfare D.A strong military alliance was needed to prevent the emergence of new fascist dictators

12 Answers: 53: B 55: B 56: A 58: B 59: D 61: B 62: D 63: C

13 Chapter: Economic Changes at Home- Make the following chart PeopleEconomic Change #1 & Why Economic Change #2 & Why


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