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Jeopardy!

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Gilded

Politics

Labor

Unrest

Industrial

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Social

Reform

Social

Reform II

Populism

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Imperialism

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Progressive

Reform

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WWI

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Final Jeopardy

World War I


The formation of this, from Wilson’s Fourteen Points, caused the Republican Congress the most issue.

League of Nations


Gilded Politics- $100This campaign technique reminded voters of the “treason” committed by Confederate Democrats during the Civil War.

C1-$100

“Waving the Bloody Shirt”


Gilded Politics - $200Congressmen accepted stock from this company to keep the company’s corrupt dealings secret.

C1-$200

Crédit Mobilier


Gilded Politics- $300This allowed the withdrawal of troops from the South to end Reconstruction.

C1-$300

Compromise of 1877


Gilded Politics - $400This Supreme Court case set forth the doctrine of “separate but equal”.

C1-$400

Plessy v. Ferguson


Gilded Politics - $500In response to the panic of 1873, debtors suggested use of these.

C1-$500

Inflationary policies


Labor Unrest - $100The use of these to break strikes marked labor unrest in the late 1800s.

C2-$100

Federal troops


Labor Unrest - $200 This Amendment helped corporations by considering them as “persons” when it came to the law.

C2-$200

14th Amendment


Labor Unrest - $300Immigrants were welcomed by industries because they could be used as these.

C2-$300

strikebreakers


Labor Unrest - $400This strike proved the alliance between governments and big business.

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Pullman Strike


Labor Unrest - $500This strike showed the government was no longer immediately siding with business owners.

C2-$500

Anthracite Coal Strike


Industrialization - $100He used spies, rebates, crushing the competition, and high-pressure sales methods to crush his oil industry opponents.

C3-$100

John D Rockefeller


Industrialization - $200This suggested the wealthy should display moral responsibility for their God-given money.

C3-$200

“Gospel of Wealth”


Industrialization - $300This was the major factor bringing farmers into the big cities in the late 1800s.

C3-$300

Industrial jobs


Industrialization - $400To finance the first transcontinental railroads, the national government offered this form of help.

C3-$400

Land Grants


Industrialization - $500This was the greatest single factor helping to spur the amazing industrialization of the post-Civil War years.

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Railroads


Social Reform I - $100This was the first federal regulatory agency designed to protect the public interest from business combinations.

C4-$100

Federal Communications

Commission


Social Reform I - $200These engaged in providing child care, instruction in English, cultural activities, and social reform lobbying, especially for immigrants and the poor.

C3-200

Settlement Houses


Social Reform I - $300He promoted black self-help, but did not challenge segregation.

C3-$300

Booker T Washington


DAILY DOUBLE


Social Reform I - $400This act granted public lands to states to support higher education.

C3-$400

Morrill Act of 1862


Social Reform I - $500Advocates of this argued it would enable women to extend their roles as mothers and homemakers to the public world.

C3-$500

Woman Suffrage


Social Reform II- $100Prohibition strongest supporters belonged to this group.

C4-$100

Women’s Christian

Temperance Union


Social Reform II- $200This act was designed to promote Indian assimilation.

C4-$200

Dawes Severalty Act


Social Reform II- $300These settlers “jumped the gun” when it came time to claim lands in Oklahoma.

C4-$300

“SOONERS”


Social Reform II- $400Reformers of this movement came mainly from the middle class.

C4-$400

Progressivism


Social Reform II- $500These people believed their primary function was to make the public aware of social problems.

C4-$500

Muckrakers


Populism - $100This campaign’s attempt to form an alliance between white & black farmers ended in a racist blacklash that eliminated black voting in the South.

C4-$100

Populist


Populism - $200This was the root cause of the American farmers’ problem after 1880.

C4-$200

Overproduction


Populism - $300The original purpose of this group was to stimulate self-improvement through educational and social activites.

C4-$300

The Grange


Populism - $400This was formed to take action to break the strangling grip of the railroads on farmers.

C4-$400

Farmers’ Alliance


Populism - $500This was the major issue of the election of 1896.

C4-$500

Free and unlimited

coinage of silver


Laws & Acts - $200

These were legal codes that established the system of segregation in the South.

Jim Crow Laws


Laws & Acts - $400

This act gave 160 acres to someone who promised to live on and improve the land within 10 years.

Homestead Act


Laws & Acts - $600

To justify American intervention in the Venezuela boundary dispute with Britain, this was invoked.

Monroe Doctrine


Laws & Acts - $800

This amendement guaranteed that the US would uphold the independence of Cuba.

Teller Amendment


Manifest Destiny I- $1000

The Webster-Ashburton treaty settled this dispute between the lumberjacks of Maine and Canada

Aroostok War


Imperialism - $200

The need for overseas markets for increased industrial and agricultural production led to this policy.

Imperialism


Imperialism - $400

Cleveland becoming president stopped this from occurring immediately, as President Harrison had wanted.

Annexation

of Hawaii


Imperialism - $600

This was the most controversial event associated with the Spanish American war.

Acquisition of

Philippines


Imperialism - $800

This was designed to promote free trade with China.

Open Door Policy


Imperialism - $1000

This added a new provision to the Monroe Doctrine, which was designed to justify US intervention in the affairs of Latin American countries.

Roosevelt

Corollary


Imperialism II - $200

This president said acquisition of the Philippines was the only option for this country.

McKinley


Imperialism II - $400

These immigrants first entered the country through Hawaii to work on sugar plantations.

Japanese


Imperialism II - $600

This president refused to extend formal diplomatic recognition to th government in Mexico headed by Victoriano Huerta.

Woodrow Wilson


Imperialism II - $800

President Taft’s foreign policy was named this.

Dollar Diplomacy


Imperialism II - $1000

T. Roosevelt’s foreign policy was named this.

Big Stick

Diplomacy


Progressive Reform - $200

The “real heart” of the this movement was the effort of reformers to use the government as an agency for human welfare.

Progressivism


DAILY DOUBLE


Progressive Reform - $400

Progressives advocated for the direct election of these.

Senators


Progressive Reform - $600

The three C’s of T. Roosevelt.

Control of labor

Consumer protection

conservation


Progressive Reform - $800

The publication of the novel The Jungle by Upton Sinclair led to this law.

Federal Meat

Inspection Act


Progressive Reform - $1000

The panic of 1907 stimulated reform in this system.

Banking


Wilson - $200

Wilson was the first to give this, since Jefferson’s time.

President’s Annual

Address


Wilson - $400

Wilson proposed these to help end World War I.

Fourteen

Points


Wilson - $600

Wilson created this with the authority to issue paper money and increase the amount of money in circulation.

Federal Reserve

Board


Wilson - $800

This was Wilson’s policy that favored small enterprise and entrepreneurship.

New Freedom


Wilson - $1000

This amendment provided for a personal income tax.

16th Amendment


WWI - $200

Germany, Austria-Hungary, & Italy belonged to this group.

Central Powers


WWI - $400

These began sinking unarmed and unresisting merchant and passenger ships in retaliation for the British naval blockade.

German U-Boats


WWI - $600

This is what President Wilson called World War I to convince Americans to support the war.

“War to End

All Wars”


WWI - $800

He headed the Committee on Public Information.

George Creel


DAILY DOUBLE


WWI - $1000

This is where most of the money came from to support the war effort.

Bonds


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