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Alphabet Soup. Invasions & Protests. Laws & Agreements. Vocabulary. Court Cases. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. Row 1---100 Question.

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Alphabet Soup

Invasions & Protests

Laws & Agreements

Vocabulary

Court Cases

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Row 1 100 question

Row 1---100 Question

-Book by Upton Sinclair, depicted the abuses of the meatpacking industry.


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Row 1---100 Answer

-Jungle


Row 1 200 question

Row 1---200 Question

-Prohibited the sale and or manufacture of alcohol in the nation.


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Row 1---200 Answer

-18th Amendment


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Row 1---300 Question

- Secret drinking club that where found in thousands of cities during Prohibition.


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Row 1---300 Answer

- Speakeasies


Row 1 400 question

Row 1---400 Question

- Party started by Theodore Roosevelt during his 1912 attempt to run for President as a third party candidate.


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Row 1---400 Answer

- Progressive or Bull Moose Party


Row 1 500 question

Row 1---500 Question

- Group of civil disobedience protestors who rode into segregated bus stations to prove the point of civil rights abuses.


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Row 1---500 Answer

- Freedom Riders


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Row 2---100 Question

- Ku Klux Klan


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Row 2---100 Answer

- KKK


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Row 2---200 Question

- Civilian Conservation Corp


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Row 2---200 Answer

- CCC


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Row 2---300 Question

- Government agency created after the publishing of the “Jungle” to make sure the food and medicine we take are safe.


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Row 2---300 Answer

- FDA


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Row 2---400 Question

- Name of the security organization formed by the U.S. and western European nations in the Cold War.


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Row 2---400 Answer

- NATO


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Row 2---500 Question

- New Deal program designed to provide jobs and electricity through one of the nation’s poorest areas. Program still exists today.


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Row 2---500 Answer

- TVA


Row 3 100 question

Row 3---100 Question

- December 7th, 1941. Surprise attack by the Japanese on the United States.


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Row 3---100 Answer

- Pearl Harbor


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Row 3---200 Question

- 1914 law that strengthen the governments ability to break up illegal trusts that overcharged consumers and hindered competition.


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Row 3---200 Answer

- D-Day


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Row 3---300 Question

- Began in Greensboro, NC to protest the segregation policies of many public restaurants.


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Row 3---300 Answer

- Sit- In


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Row 3---400 Question

The march on August 28, 1963 in which Martin Luther King gave his I have A Dream speech at.


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Row 3---400 Answer

- March On Washington


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Row 3---500 Question

- Protestors who came to Washington to ask Congress to pay a WWI payment to veterans earlier than promised.


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Row 3---500 Answer

-Bonus Army


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Row 4---100 Question

- Established judicial review


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Row 4---100 Answer

- Marbury v. Madison


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Row 4---200 Question

- Supreme Court case that made segregation legal


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Row 4---200 Answer

- Plessy v. Ferguson


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Row 4---300 Question

- Supreme Court case where the Court ruled that segregation is no longer acceptable (made in school desegregation case).


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Row 4---300 Answer

- Brown v. Board of Education


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Row 4---400 Question

- Supreme Court case where the court set the doctrine of “clear and present danger”


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Row 4---400 Answer

- Schenck v. US


Row 4 500 question

Row 4---500 Question

- Supreme court case where Charles Baker, a voter, brought suit against the state in the federal district court claiming that the dilution of his vote as a result of the state’s failure to reapportion violated the equal protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution


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Row 4---500 Answer

- Baker v. Carr


Row 5 100 question

Row 5---100 Question

- National Law passed to guarantee voting privileges to African Americans across the nation


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Row 5---100 Answer

- Voting Rights Act


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Row 5---200 Question

- Immigration law that set up a quota system (discrimination system against all non-Western Europeans).


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Row 5---200 Answer

- National Origins Act


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Row 5---300 Question

- Laws passed after the Granger laws regulating Railroads were declared unconstitutional because they tried to regulate interstate commerce.


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Row 5---300 Answer

- Sherman Anti-Trust Act


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Row 5---400 Question

- Laws passed after the Vietnam War which limits the President’s ability to send troops into battle without the approval of Congress.


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Row 5---400 Answer

- War Powers Act


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Row 5---500 Question

- 1914 law that strengthen the governments ability to break up illegal trusts that overcharged consumers and hindered competition.


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Row 5---500 Answer

- Clayton Anti-Trust Act


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