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1 APUSH Review Laws, Politics, Movers, & Shakers

2 Amendments

3 What does the 26 th Amendment do? Give 18 year olds the vote.

4 What Amendment gave women the right to vote? 19th

5 What amendment abolished slavery? 13th

6 What did the 14 th amendment do? Citizenship for African- Americans

7 What else does the 14 th Amendment do? Privacy & due process rights for all Americans

8 What did the 16 th amendment do? Federal income tax

9 What does the 5 th Amendment do? Right to not incriminate yourself.

10 The 6 th, 7 th, & 8 th amendments all deal with your rights when you are… Arrested & tried for a crime

11 Why have there been more supreme court decisions about the 1 st amendment than any other amendment? Freedom of speech, religion, & assembly.

12 What amendment allowed for the direct election of senators? 17th

13 The 3 rd & 4 th amendments were created based on British abuses concerning the home. What were they? Quartering of Troops & unreasonable searches of homes.

14 What civil rights era amendment failed to be ratified by being short 3 states? ERA.

15 What Amendment gave 18 year olds the right to vote? 26th.

16 Political Parties

17 Feared the tyranny of the elite. Democratic Republicans Federalist or Democratic Republican?

18 Was split apart by the election of 1824. Democratic Republicans Federalist or Democratic Republican?

19 Founded by Alexander Hamilton Federalist Federalist or Democratic Republican?

20 Pro- British foreign policy Federalist Federalist or Democratic Republican?

21 Vision of the Future: Agrarian Democracy Democratic Republicans Federalist or Democratic Republican?

22 What 3 rd party was formed in the 1890’s to address the concerns of the farmers? Populist Party

23 When the south stormed out of the Democratic convention in 1948, they chose Strom Thurmond to run as a… Dixiecrat

24 In what election did John Bell represent the Constitutional Union party? Election of 1860.

25 What party was created to oppose Andrew Jackson? Whigs

26 Who was the first Republican president? Abraham Lincoln

27 TR ran for a third term as president under the Progressive Party that was nicknamed the… Bull Moose Party

28 The No Nothing or American Party was against what two groups? Immigrants & Catholics.

29 The Democratic Party considers two presidents as their founders, and celebrates this at the _______ _______ dinner. Jefferson Jackson

30 Elections

31 1796 Peaceful transfer of power from one person to another. What is the significance of this election?

32 1800 Peaceful transfer of power from one political party to another. What is the significance of this election?

33 1824 Decided in House of Representatives. What is the significance of this election?

34 1860 Lincoln’s Election caused the south to secede from the union. What is the significance of this election?

35 1876 Disputed electoral results in 4 states resulting a committee making a deal where by the Republican Hayes became President & the army pulled out of the south. What is the significance of this election?

36 1932 FDR elected for 1 st of 4 times: Democrats gain control of Presidency & Congress. What is the significance of this election?

37 1968 Assassination of Robert Kennedy & violence at the Democratic Convention in Chicago led to Nixon being elected. What is the significance of this election?

38 1980 Reagan’s election brings the start of the Conservative Revolution. What is the significance of this election?

39 Laws (laws that are passed are called Acts)

40 What law late in the 1940’s limited the power of Labor Unions? Taft-Hartley Act

41 What two laws in the Gilded Age limited the power of monopolies? Sherman & Clayton Anti-trust Acts

42 After Garfield was assassinated by a disgruntled office seeker, Congress passed this law to create the civil service. Pendleton Act

43 This law outlawed segregation & discrimination in public places? Civil Rights Act of 1964.

44 Jefferson sought to avoid war by stopping all U.S. European trade? Embargo Act

45 Several times in American history, Congress has passed laws limiting criticism of the government. This crime is called…. Sedition

46 Another name for a law is Ordinance. What did the 2 Land Ordinances passed during the Articles of Confederation do? 1785: Survey & Sale of Public Land 1787: Method for a territory to become a State

47 What colonial legislation by the British caused the colonists to organize their 1 st boycott? When was this? Stamp Act, 1765

48 What book caused the passage of the Meat Act & Pure Food & Drug Act? The Jungle

49 Laws are also bills. What 20 th century bill revived the middle class after it’s collapse during the Great Depression? G.I. Bill

50 What method of transportation did the Interstate Commerce Act regulate? Railroads

51 What law broke up Indian Reservations in order to assimilate Native Americans and take away more land? Dawes Act.

52 What law caused a mini Civil War in Kansas in the 1850’s? Kansas Nebraska Act

53 The Volstead Act made it a crime to… Sell Alcohol.

54 Catholics & Protestants could practice their religion in this colony because of this law. Maryland Toleration Act

55 The core of the New Deal was these 2 laws. AAA & NRA.

56 The Keating-Owen Act regulated what kind of labor? Child

57 In 1924, the National Origins Act allowed immigrants into the U.S. based on the’ ______________ system quota

58 What President passed Medicare & Medicaid? LBJ

59 In 1862, the northern dominated Congress passed this law that resulted in rapid settlement of the American West. Homestead Act

60 Great Britain limited colonial trade in these laws that were the heart of Mercantilism. Navigation Acts

61 Movers & Shakers (People who changed our government)

62 Lincoln said she started the Civil War. Harriet Beecher Stowe

63 She led the fight against lynching during the Progressive Era. Ida B. Wells Barnett

64 His 1831 uprising caused terror throughout the south. Nat Turner

65 He convinced Lincoln to let African Americans serve in the Union Army. Frederick Douglass

66 His newspaper The Liberator started the Abolitionist Movement. William Lloyd Garrison

67 These two women led the Women’s Movement of the 1960’s. Betty Friedan & Gloria Steniem

68 Give me liberty or give me Death! Patrick Henry.

69 Thou shall not crucify mankind upon a Cross of Gold! William Jennings Bryan

70 Started the SCLC in Montgomery, Alabama. Martin Luther King, Jr.

71 Led the final suffragette battles. Alice Paul

72 Most wanted Revolutionary rebels in Massachusetts were these 2 men. Sam Adams & John Hancock

73 This Great Compromiser kept the country together from 1820 to 1850. Henry Clay

74 His 2 major inventions changed the economies of the north & the south. Eli Whitney

75 In Kansas and Virginia he led violent rebellions against slavery? John Brown

76 Jonathan Edwards & George Whitefield started the… Great Awakening

77 They spread Progressive reforms by the power of their words. Muckrakers

78 He reshaped modern business structure as he sought to wipe out his competition. John D. Rockfeller

79 His inventions revolutionized 20 th century communication. Thomas Edison or Alexander Graham Bell

80 The music world was “all shook up” by this rock & roller who popularized black music in the 50’s. Elvis Presley

81 The Hatchet lady from Kansas who fought the evil of alcohol. Carry Nation

82 Cold War paranoia grew after this couple were convicted of leaking nuclear secrets to the Russians. Julius & Ethel Rosenberg

83 These two Native American Leaders attempted to stop white expansion by organizing the tribes of the northwest in 1763 and 1812 Pontiac & Tecumseh

84 His false charges fueled Cold War paranoia. Joseph McCarthy

85 He build the canal with his Big Stick. Teddy Roosevelt


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