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Jeopardy

Jeopardy!

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Jeopardy

Gilded

Politics

Labor

Unrest

Industrial

-ization

Social

Reform

Social

Reform II

Populism

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Jeopardy

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Acts

Imperialism

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Progressive

Reform

Wilson

WWI

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Final jeopardy

Final Jeopardy

World War I


The formation of this from wilson s fourteen points caused the republican congress the most issue

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

League of Nations


Jeopardy

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

C1-$100

“Waving the Bloody Shirt”


Jeopardy

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

C1-$200

Crédit Mobilier


Gilded politics 300 this allowed the withdrawal of troops from the south to end reconstruction

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

C1-$300

Compromise of 1877


Gilded politics 400 this supreme court case set forth the doctrine of separate but equal

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

C1-$400

Plessy v. Ferguson


Gilded politics 500 in response to the panic of 1873 debtors suggested use of these

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

C1-$500

Inflationary policies


Labor unrest 100 the use of these to break strikes marked labor unrest in the late 1800s

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

C2-$100

Federal troops


Jeopardy

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

C2-$200

14th Amendment


Labor unrest 300 immigrants were welcomed by industries because they could be used as these

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

C2-$300

strikebreakers


Labor unrest 400 this strike proved the alliance between governments and big business

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

C2-$400

Pullman Strike


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

C2-$500

Anthracite Coal Strike


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

C3-$100

John D Rockefeller


Jeopardy

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

C3-$200

“Gospel of Wealth”


Jeopardy

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

C3-$300

Industrial jobs


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

C3-$400

Land Grants


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

C3-$500

Railroads


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

C4-$100

Federal Communications

Commission


Jeopardy

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 300 he promoted black self help but did not challenge segregation

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

C3-$300

Booker T Washington


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DAILY DOUBLE


Social reform i 400 this act granted public lands to states to support higher education

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

C3-$400

Morrill Act of 1862


Jeopardy

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 100 prohibition strongest supporters belonged to this group

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

C4-$100

Women’s Christian

Temperance Union


Social reform ii 200 this act was designed to promote indian assimilation

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

C4-$200

Dawes Severalty Act


Social reform ii 300 these settlers jumped the gun when it came time to claim lands in oklahoma

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

C4-$300

“SOONERS”


Social reform ii 400 reformers of this movement came mainly from the middle class

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

C4-$400

Progressivism


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

C4-$500

Muckrakers


Jeopardy

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 200 this was the root cause of the american farmers problem after 1880

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

C4-$200

Overproduction


Jeopardy

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

C4-$300

The Grange


Jeopardy

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

C4-$400

Farmers’ Alliance


Populism 500 this was the major issue of the election of 1896

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

C4-$500

Free and unlimited

coinage of silver


Laws acts 200

Laws & Acts - $200

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

Jim Crow Laws


Laws acts 400

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

Laws & Acts - $600

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

Monroe Doctrine


Laws acts 800

Laws & Acts - $800

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

Teller Amendment


Manifest destiny i 1000

Manifest Destiny I- $1000

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

Aroostok War


Imperialism 200

Imperialism - $200

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

Imperialism


Imperialism 400

Imperialism - $400

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

Annexation

of Hawaii


Imperialism 600

Imperialism - $600

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

Acquisition of

Philippines


Imperialism 800

Imperialism - $800

This was designed to promote free trade with China.

Open Door Policy


Imperialism 1000

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

Imperialism II - $200

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

McKinley


Imperialism ii 400

Imperialism II - $400

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

Japanese


Imperialism ii 600

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

Imperialism II - $800

President Taft’s foreign policy was named this.

Dollar Diplomacy


Imperialism ii 1000

Imperialism II - $1000

T. Roosevelt’s foreign policy was named this.

Big Stick

Diplomacy


Progressive reform 200

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


Jeopardy

DAILY DOUBLE


Progressive reform 400

Progressive Reform - $400

Progressives advocated for the direct election of these.

Senators


Progressive reform 600

Progressive Reform - $600

The three C’s of T. Roosevelt.

Control of labor

Consumer protection

conservation


Progressive reform 800

Progressive Reform - $800

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

Federal Meat

Inspection Act


Progressive reform 1000

Progressive Reform - $1000

The panic of 1907 stimulated reform in this system.

Banking


Wilson 200

Wilson - $200

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

President’s Annual

Address


Wilson 400

Wilson - $400

Wilson proposed these to help end World War I.

Fourteen

Points


Wilson 600

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

Wilson - $800

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

New Freedom


Wilson 1000

Wilson - $1000

This amendment provided for a personal income tax.

16th Amendment


Wwi 200

WWI - $200

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

Central Powers


Wwi 400

WWI - $400

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

German U-Boats


Wwi 600

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

WWI - $800

He headed the Committee on Public Information.

George Creel


Jeopardy

DAILY DOUBLE


Wwi 1000

WWI - $1000

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

Bonds


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