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Goal 9, 10 and 11 Review . Announcements. Final States and Capitals quiz . Independent Practice. Why did the Great Depression occur? Answer this question defining the following key terms: Buying stock on margin Installment plans “Margin call” Bank runs. Life in the Great Depression.

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announcements
Announcements
  • Final States and Capitals quiz
independent practice
Independent Practice
  • Why did the Great Depression occur?
  • Answer this question defining the following key terms:
    • Buying stock on margin
    • Installment plans
    • “Margin call”
    • Bank runs
life in the great depression
Life in the Great Depression
  • You will analyze a series of images that relate to the Great Depression, including daily life and strategies to get out of the Great Depression.
  • Answer the following questions for each picture:
    • What event or important decision does the picture show?
    • How is it related to the Great Depression?
world war ii
World War II
  • Answer the following questions in 1-2 sentences
  • Questions:
  • Why did the war start in Europe?
  • Why did the U.S. get involved (two main reasons)?
  • How did the U.S. entrance into the war affect the outcome in Europe?
  • How did the atomic bomb affect the outcome?
u s foreign policy since 1945
U.S. Foreign Policy Since 1945
  • Two major categories:
  • Cold War
  • Middle East relations
  • Match the following events or policies under either Cold War or Middle East:
  • Containment, Détente, Iran Hostage Crisis, Camp David Accords, Vietnam War, Korean War, Cuban Missile Crisis, 9/11, McCarthyism, Sputnik, Glasnost and Perestroika, and Iron Curtain.
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1) Which situation helped cause the stock market crash of 1929?

  • a. Excessive speculation and buying on margin.
  • b. Unwillingness of people to invest in new industries.
  • c. Increased government spending.
  • d. Too much government regulation of business.
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2) Which of the following best describes the principle of taking out a loan to buy a stock?

  • a. Buying stock on margin
  • b. Overproducing interest
  • c. Creating a “run” on a bank
  • d. Buying on the installment plan
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3) Which of the following was an effect of “Black Tuesday”?

  • a. Many people lost everything as stock prices fell and banks closed.
  • b. People rushed to put their money in banks rather than the stock market.
  • c. President Hoover’s popularity grew.
  • d. People paid off their debts and started investing in more bonds.
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4) In the 1930s, what was an effect of the Dust Bowl in the Great Plains?

  • a. Many small farmers were forced to leave the region and migrate west
  • b. Prices for agricultural products rose rapidly due to shortages in supply
  • c. Large plantation owners lost most of their money and were forced to sell
  • d. Cattle ranching made a comeback and farmers were driven off their land
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5) Which of the following is a direct legacy of the New Deal?

  • a. Movements for smaller federal government
  • b. The Social Security Administration
  • c. Declining union membership
  • d. Anti-immigration hysteria
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6) The Hundred Days refers to

  • a. The period between Roosevelt’s election and his inauguration.
  • b. The period immediately after Roosevelt’s first inauguration.
  • c. The worst period of the Great Depression.
  • d. The final days of the Hoover administration.
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7) Why did the Bonus Army march to Washington, D.C., in 1932?

  • A. The army was preparing for World War II.
  • B. The Capitol needed extra soldiers to protect it from riots.
  • C. President Hoover requested their support for his policies.
  • D. Jobless veterans wanted their bonuses paid early.
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1) How did the United States respond to the rise of militarists and dictators in Japan, Germany and Italy before 1937?

  • a. It offered economic aid to the militarists and dictators.
  • b. It built up its military forces and offered arms to threatened nations.
  • c. It joined the League of Nations to prevent these leaders from getting too strong.
  • d. It tried to remain isolated from European conflicts.
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2) Which event caused the U.S. government to move from isolationism to a declaration of war in 1941?

  • A. the fall of France
  • B. the Battle of Britain
  • C. the Holocaust
  • D. the attack on Pearl Harbor
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3) Why was the Battle of the Bulge such a decisive Allied victory?

  • a. It was the first Allied victory on the European continent since the fall of France.
  • b. It was the beginning of the combined Allied assault on Japan.
  • c. It marked the last significant attack by the Germans against the Allies.
  • d. It demonstrated the superiority of Allied air power.
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During the Second World War, what was the U.S. war strategy in the Pacific called?

  • a. Brinkmanship
  • b. island hopping
  • c. containment
  • d. search and destroy
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5) What led J. Robert Oppenheimer to quote the following Hindu scripture: “Now I am become death, the destroyer of worlds.”

  • a. The fact that he was an eyewitness to the attack on Pearl Harbor.
  • b. The fact that he was involved in the liberation of Nazi concentration camps, saw the mass graves and badly abused victims of Nazi atrocities.
  • c. He had just witnessed the testing of the atomic bomb which he helped build.
  • d. The Soviets had just launched Sputnik, and he knew the arms race would only intensify.
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6) What finally ended the Great Depression?

  • a. The programs of Roosevelt’s New Deal
  • b. Government spending for the war effort.
  • c. As President Hoover had predicted, the Depression ended naturally, as the economic cycles came around again.
  • d. The end of the drought in the Dust Bowl spurred a recovery of the entire economy.
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7) How would the Supreme Court ruling in Korematsu v. United States in 1944 have affected a Japanese American businessman?

  • a. He would have been allowed to continue operating his business as usual on the grounds that any government interference would be a violation of his civil rights.
  • b. He would have had his business returned to him and been paid reparations for having been unjustly treated.
  • c. He would have been immediately arrested and charged with treason against the United States of America.
  • d. He would have been forced to remain in a government detention center and run the risk of losing his business and home.
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1) How did the development of the atomic bomb affect U.S. foreign policy?

  • a. It weakened President Truman’s negotiating power at the Potsdam Conference.
  • b. It hastened plans to create the United Nations and include the Soviet Union as a member.
  • c. It led to an arms race with the Soviet Union.
  • d. It delayed the tensions of the Cold War.
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2) Which of the following best explains the “iron curtain”?

  • a. An iron wall built between East and West Berlin.
  • b. A line of military fortifications that spread across Europe at the end of World War II.
  • c. A figure of speech used by Winston Churchill to describe the division between communist Europe and capitalist Europe.
  • d. A reference to the defensive capacities of the Soviet Army.
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3) The Korean War is an example of which U.S. foreign policy doctrine?

  • a. containment
  • b. détente
  • c. imperialism
  • d. reparations
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4) What was the main point of the Truman Doctrine?

  • a. It warned European powers to stay out of political affairs in North and South America.
  • b. It declared American intentions to open China to American trade.
  • c. It declared American intentions to help countries repress Soviet-sponsored communist uprisings.
  • d. It declared American intentions to isolate itself from foreign political affairs.
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5) How did the Soviet launch of Sputnik in 1957 have an immediate effect on Cold War relations between the United States and the Soviet Union?

  • a. It prompted the United States to accelerate its activity in the space race.
  • b. It eased diplomatic and military tensions.
  • c. It produced a team effort to build a Soviet-American space station.
  • d. It prompted the United States to create a space defense system.
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6) Which of the following would be an example of détente?

  • a. Nixon officially recognizing the Communist regime of China.
  • b. Nixon expanding the war in Vietnam to Laos and Cambodia.
  • c. Carter condemning the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.
  • d. The foreign policy of Ronald Reagan.
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7) The incident at Kent State that resulted in the death of four students is an example of what?

  • a. Marshal law
  • b. Government crackdown in Tiananmen Square
  • c. The violence that sometimes surrounded the Civil Rights Movement
  • d. Protests against the Vietnam War
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8) Why did events of the Vietnam War have the ability to influence U.S. public opinion as no other war had done before?

  • a. U.S. citizens knew nothing about the enemy.
  • b. This was the first war viewed extensively on television.
  • c. The president did not have a clear policy.
  • d. Reports from overseas said the United States was losing the war.
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9) In general, how did the Cold War affect the economy of the USSR?

  • a. Investment in new technology helped the economy grow.
  • b. Competition with the United States spurred the development of new products.
  • c. Soviet satellite countries contributed to the growth of a thriving economy
  • d. The nuclear arms race was a drain on the economy.
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10) Which development resulted from the passage of the Interstate Highway Act of 1956?

  • A. reduced dependence on cars and more dependence on public transportation
  • B. a dramatic decline in public works jobs
  • C. increased suburban growth and economic decline of the inner cities
  • D. declines in pollution and fuel consumption