1. The civilian conservation corps (CCC) 2. Isolationism-refused to take sides. 3. Great Britain, Canada, France and United States. 4. Temporary, helping their family 5. It made it work 6. Spanish blew up the ship Maine, burned Cuban towns, “yellow journalism”, Letter 7. Domestic Affairs 8. Patriotism, Recruiting, Dfrating-1917 selective service act 9. Idk 10. Training and opportunities unavailable in the civilian, American mainstream 11. Bank holiday, congress passed the emergency banking act to restore public confidence in banking system 12. D-day Beginning end of the WW2 13. To promote help 14. Nixon began heavy bombing in north Vietnam and Cambodia 15. Mistrust in Vietnam, and Watergate 16. Soviet collapse, George h.w. bush, Reagan 17. Truman doctrine- Kennan telegram 18. U.S. manufacturing productivity, domestic consumerism increased 19. Nuclear deterrence 20. Natural phenomena such as drought and wind-60 years of intensive grazing and farming blew soil away. 21. Increased consumer and business spending and an increase in gov. expenditures, health care, education and military. 22. G.I. Bill 23. Offering Britain direct military aid through the lend-lease program 24. Increase in defense 25. Woodstock 26. Cease fire 27. His lack of evidence 28. Warsaw pact binding soviet satellite-alliance against west. 29. Developed around the country offering mass produced cookie-cutter housing and affordable 30. Domestic and motherly 31. Rebellion 32. Dominant three 33. Separate but equal doctrine in public education 34. Private solutions to public problems by fostering voluntary cooperation within business community 35. Barred discrimination in public accommodations fedarl gov, desegregate schools, and out law discrimination. 36. Evangelist 37. Welfare, education, immigration 38. Consumer spending by putting money in hand of people 39. They were non violent protest 40. Body counts 41. Coordinated strategy, u.s. industry, human resources in soviet union 42. To look superior over other countries 43. Americans won the battles-military standpoint convince people they were winning-political defeat 44. End American involvement in the war and turning control of the war to south Vietnam 45. Immediately Iranian hostage crisis resolved “supply side economics”-regulation of energy reduced environmental regulation. 46. Détente 47. Advisor on domestic policy, foreign policy 48. Gave Johnson a blank check in charge of the war congressional authority 49. Work-employment 50. Panama, gulf war- quaik, Iraq 51. Recovery to build European economies 52. Timber, steel and agriculture 53. Telephone, light bulb, type writer, power grid, Bessemer
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World War One:
Franz Ferdinand, Austria- Hungary leader, was killed by a Serbian, and this was the jumping
off point of the war
The alliance system was in play and made the war so much larger
If there had been no Alliance System, only Serbia and Austria- Hungary would have been
involved in the War
Trench Warfare, new weapons, and the fact that you can kill more people…
US HISTORY MIDTERM Review Sheet
Midterm Exam Format:
Part I: 40 Multiple Choice
Part II: Identification and Historical Significance: Chose 2 of 5
Part III: Informational PDQ: Choose 1 out of 2
Part IV: Argumentative PDQ: Choose 1 out of 2
Possible topics for written paragraphs:
~Colonial Settlement and Expansion (Jamestown, Mass Bay)
~Bill of Rights/Constitution
~Birth of the Early Republic
~Expansion into the west (conflicts, movements, etc…
Study Guide FINAL Political Science
Foreign Policy Chp.18 Part #1
-The goals of foreign policy are ?
-What the goals of foreign policy did ?
-Types of securities of foreign policy?
Foreign Policy Chp.18 Part #2
- Foreign policy post cold war ?
-What are the two things needed to make a nation work?
-Military expenditures ?
-Goals of economic prosperity are what ?
-The most favored nation status ?
-International humanitarian policies…
The Great Depression:
* The Stock Market and Black Tuesday
* The stock market worked like this. Companies would divide up their assets into shares (aka stocks) which would then be sold on the market. Buyers would then buy those stocks thus becoming partial owners of the company. Some would buy on margin, meaning they would loan money from the broker. These people would make much more money when the stocks went up, however they would also lose a lot of money if the stocks went down.…
Islamic History Midterm Review
General People groups/Titles
Non Muslim influences
-Were a group of intellectuals highly influenced by Greek philosophy.
-They believed that the Qur’an was not eternal, rather that it was created.
-They believed that an individual had free will (God did not determine all acts).
-A group of mu’tazilites was very popular with one Caliph (al-Ma’mun), he would actually start an…
HIS 103, Fall 2012
First Midterm Question
In-class essay to be written during your recitation (53 minutes)
Week 6, Oct. 1-5
Choose three groups and answer all three parts of this question. Base your answer on Foner, lectures, and Taking Sides:
What did “liberty” mean to Indians (pre-contact), European Christians, Englishmen, and African slaves in seventeenth and eighteenth century America? On what did each group base their liberty? How did each group’s lived experience of…
AP World History – Midterm Review Guide
The Midterm Exam will consist of two parts.
Part I will be 50 definitions that you will need to match with the proper term. All definitions will come from the list below.
Part II will consist of 2 separate essays that you will need to write. You will have 4 choices for each essay, all taken from the list following the definitions.
Terms and Definitions:
1. Bantu migration:
The spread of Bantu-speaking peoples from their homeland in what…
Unit I Review Sheet.
-The government helped with loans and landgrants.
-It created jobs for immigrants.
-It brought immigrants to the West.
-It created conflicts with Native Americans.
-It had a great impact on economy (exportation/importation of products)
2-Morril Land-Grant Act (1862):
It gave state governments millions of acres of western lands, which the states could then sell to raise money for the creation of "land grant" colleges specializing in agriculture…
East Asian History and Rock Music Test Review
1. Korea is divided by this betw. Soviet North w/ a Communist gov. and US South. During Korean War, General MacArthur was told not to go past this, but when he did to push North to China, he was fired.
2. Japan wrote a new constitution that outlawed war, after WWII. May 1947. America’s goal was to make Japan a cold war ally.
3. This band was part of the British invasion
4. Wrote folk music, protest songs against Vietnam…
AP US History
5 January 2013
The Cartoon History of the United States
. New York, N.Y.:
HarperCollinsPublishers, 1991. Print.
Larry Gonick, the author of
The Cartoon History of the United States
, portrays American
history from a completely unexpected perspective, cartoons. Gonick chooses to outline the
history of the U.S. through illustration and comedy to provide a relief from the typical textbook
format that history is usually taught through…