ush nonstop review n.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Ush nonstop Review PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Ush nonstop Review

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 1167

Ush nonstop Review - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 106 Views
  • Uploaded on

Ush nonstop Review. Goal 3. Q:. Goal 3. A:. Goal 1. Q: Who was our first president?. Goal 1. Q: Who was our first president? A: George Washington. Goal 1. Q: The Judiciary Act of 1789 was necessary because what article in the Constitution was too vague?. Goal 1.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Ush nonstop Review' - karly-mcintyre


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
goal 1
Goal 1
  • Q: Who was our first president?
goal 11
Goal 1

Q: Who was our first president?

A: George Washington

goal 12
Goal 1

Q: The Judiciary Act of 1789 was necessary because what article in the Constitution was too vague?

goal 13
Goal 1

Q: The Judiciary Act of 1789 was necessary because what article in the Constitution was too vague?

A: The third article. It did not say how many courts or judges there should be.

goal 14
Goal 1

Q: Who was the first Secretary of State?

goal 15
Goal 1

Q: Who was the first Secretary of State?

A:Thomas Jefferson

goal 16
Goal 1

Q: Who was his eventual political adversary and the Secty. Of the Treasury?

goal 17
Goal 1

Q: Who was his eventual political adversary and the Secty. Of the Treasury?

A: Alexander Hamilton

goal 18
Goal 1

Q: What element of Hamilton’s economic plan required the “elastic clause” to be applied?

goal 19
Goal 1

Q: What element of Hamilton’s economic plan required the “elastic clause” to be applied?

A: The national bank

goal 110
Goal 1

Q: What two things did Hamilton decide to tax?

goal 111
Goal 1

Q: What two things did Hamilton decide to tax?

A: Whiskey and imported goods.

goal 112
Goal 1

Q: What is another name for a tax on imported goods?

goal 113
Goal 1

Q: What is another name for a tax on imported goods?

A: a tariff

goal 114
Goal 1

Q: Which region of the country imported more stuff and so hated the tariff?

goal 115
Goal 1

Q: Which region of the country imported more stuff and so hated the tariff?

A: The South

goal 116
Goal 1

Q: Did Hamilton decide to honor all the bonds that had been issued during the Revolutionary War?

goal 117
Goal 1

Q: Did Hamilton decide to honor all the bonds that had been issued during the Revolutionary War?

A: Yes, to help establish good credit with lenders.

goal 118
Goal 1

Q: What was Washington’s reaction when PA farmers rebelled against the Whiskey tax?

goal 119
Goal 1

Q: What was Washington’s reaction when PA farmers rebelled against the Whiskey tax?

A: He put it down with federal troops, to show that the federal government would enforce the laws.

goal 120
Goal 1

Q: What party was founded by Hamilton and was favored by wealthy east coast elites?

goal 121
Goal 1

Q: What party was founded by Hamilton and was favored by wealthy east coast elites?

A: The Federalists

goal 122
Goal 1

Q: What country expected us to ally with them, until Washington declared our neutrality?

goal 123
Goal 1
  • Q: What country expected us to ally with them, until Washington declared our neutrality?
  • A: France
goal 124
Goal 1
  • Q: Was the Jay treaty with Britain (telling them to get off our land and quit attacking our ships) a success or failure?
goal 125
Goal 1
  • Q: Was the Jay treaty with Britain (telling them to get off our land and quit attacking our ships) a success or failure?
  • A: a failure
goal 126
Goal 1
  • Q: What event will eventually force the British to respect us?
goal 127
Goal 1
  • Q: What event will eventually force the British to respect us?
  • A: We hold our own in the War of 1812.
goal 128
Goal 1
  • Q: In what treaty did the Spanish agree to recognize our land claims in the Southwest and let us use the Mississippi River?
goal 129
Goal 1
  • Q: In what treaty did the Spanish agree to recognize our land claims in the Southwest and let us use the Mississippi River?
  • A: The Pinckney Treaty
goal 130
Goal 1
  • Q: Who did we fight during the “critical period”, besides Britain? Did we win?
goal 131
Goal 1
  • Q: Who did we fight during the “critical period”, besides Britain? Did we win?
  • A: The natives, and we won and gained the land under the Great Lakes.
goal 132
Goal 1
  • Q: Who was our second president and how many terms did he serve?
goal 133
Goal 1
  • Q: Who was our second president and how many terms did he serve?
  • A: John Adams. He served one term.
goal 134
Goal 1
  • Q: How did the French insult us when we went to discuss the fact they were attacking our ships headed for Britain?
goal 135
Goal 1
  • Q: How did the French insult us when we went to discuss the fact they were attacking our ships headed for Britain?
  • A: They demanded a bribe to talk to us.
goal 136
Goal 1
  • Q:What party wanted war for this insult?
goal 137
Goal 1
  • Q:What party wanted war for this insult?
  • A: The Federalists
goal 138
Goal 1
  • Q: Did Adams choose to go to war?
goal 139
Goal 1
  • Q: Did Adams choose to go to war?
  • A: No, but he funded our first navy.
goal 140
Goal 1
  • Q: What effect did the Alien and Sedition Acts have on immigrants and free speech?
goal 141
Goal 1
  • Q: What effect did the Alien and Sedition Acts have on immigrants and free speech?
  • A: It made it harder for immigrants to become citizens, and made it illegal to criticize the government.
goal 142
Goal 1
  • Q: What party passed the laws, and what party did they hurt?
goal 143
Goal 1
  • Q: What party passed the laws, and what party did they hurt?
  • A:The Federalists passed them, and they hurt the Democratic-Republicans.
goal 144
Goal 1
  • Q: Why didn’t the courts strike down the Sedition Acts if they threatened free speech, guaranteed in the Bill of Rights?
goal 145
Goal 1
  • Q: Why didn’t the courts strike down the Sedition Acts if they threatened free speech, guaranteed in the Bill of Rights?
  • A: Two reasons:
    • Judicial review was not in the Constitution.
    • All the judges at this time were Federalists
goal 146
Goal 1
  • Q: Jefferson and Madison’s KY and VA Resolves said the states could do what with bad federal laws?
goal 147
Goal 1
  • Q: Jefferson and Madison’s KY and VA Resolves said the states could do what with bad federal laws?
  • A: Nullify, or cancel, them.
goal 148
Goal 1
  • Q: Why did Adams stay up so late his last night in office?
goal 149
Goal 1
  • Q: Why did Adams stay up so late his last night in office?
  • A: He wanted to pack the courts with Federalist judges (new judge jobs had just been approved by Congress)
goal 150
Goal 1
  • Q: Who was chief justice of the Supreme Court from this time period and for the next 30 years?
goal 151
Goal 1
  • Q: Who was chief justice of the Supreme Court from this time period and for the next 30 years?
  • A: John Marshall
goal 152
Goal 1
  • Q: What party was Marshall from?
goal 153
Goal 1
  • Q: What party was Marshall from?
  • A: Federalist
goal 154
Goal 1
  • Q: What power did the ruling in the Marbury v. Madison claim for the court?
goal 155
Goal 1
  • Q: What power did the ruling in the Marbury v. Madison claim for the court?
  • A: judicial review
goal 156
Goal 1
  • Q: Who tied in the election of 1800?
goal 157
Goal 1
  • Q: Who tied in the election of 1800?
  • A: Jefferson and Burr
goal 158
Goal 1
  • Q: What amendment to the constitution created a “joint ticket” for presidential candidates and their running mates?
goal 159
Goal 1
  • Q: What amendment to the constitution created a “joint ticket” for presidential candidates and their running mates?
  • A:

12th amendment

goal 160
Goal 1
  • Q: Who was our third president?
goal 161
Goal 1
  • Q: Who was our third president?
  • A: Thomas Jefferson
goal 162
Goal 1
  • Q: Why was his inauguration called the “Glorious Revolution”?
goal 163
Goal 1
  • Q: Why was his inauguration called the “Glorious Revolution”?
  • A: The government peacefully transitioned from one party’s control to the other’s.
goal 164
Goal 1
  • Q: Did Jefferson grow or shrink the government and the power of the national bank?
goal 165
Goal 1
  • Q: Did Jefferson grow or shrink the government and the power of the national bank?
  • A: shrink
goal 166
Goal 1
  • Q: From what country did Jefferson purchase the Louisiana Territory in 1803?
goal 167
Goal 1
  • Q: From what country did Jefferson purchase the Louisiana Territory in 1803?
  • A: France
goal 168
Goal 1
  • Q: Was the purchase consistent with his belief in strict interpretation of the Constitution?
goal 169
Goal 1
  • Q: Was the purchase consistent with his belief in strict interpretation of the Constitution?
  • A: No. It required loose interpretation.
goal 170
Goal 1
  • Q: Who did Jefferson send to explore the new territory?
goal 171
Goal 1
  • Q: Who did Jefferson send to explore the new territory?
  • A: An exploratory team led by Lewis and Clark.
goal 172
Goal 1
  • Q: Why were Jefferson’s Embargo Acts a poor way to deal with European attacks on our neutral ships?
goal 173
Goal 1
  • Q: Why were Jefferson’s Embargo Acts a poor way to deal with European attacks on our neutral ships?
  • A: Cutting off trade ruined our economy.
goal 174
Goal 1
  • Q: What is impressment?
goal 175
Goal 1
  • Q: What is impressment?
  • A: When our ships were attacked, and our sailors were forced to fight in the British navy.
goal 176
Goal 1
  • Q: The War Hawks hoped to get what land by fighting the British in 1812?
goal 177
Goal 1
  • Q: The War Hawks hoped to get what land by fighting the British in 1812?
  • A: British-owned Canada
goal 178
Goal 1
  • Q: What side did the natives, led by Tecumseh, ally with in the War of 1812?
goal 179
Goal 1
  • Q: What side did the natives, led by Tecumseh, ally with in the War of 1812?
  • A: the British
goal 180
Goal 1
  • Q: What president asked Congress to declare war on the British in 1812?
goal 181
Goal 1
  • Q: What president asked Congress to declare war on the British in 1812?
  • A: James Madison
goal 182
Goal 1
  • Q: After Oliver Perry defeated the British on the Great Lakes, they burned this US city.
goal 183
Goal 1
  • Q: After Oliver Perry defeated the British on the Great Lakes, they burned this US city.
  • A: Washington, D.C.
goal 184
Goal 1
  • Q: What battle took place after the Treaty of Ghent?
goal 185
Goal 1
  • Q: What battle took place after the Treaty of Ghent?
  • A: The Battle of New Orleans.
goal 186
Goal 1
  • Q: What general at that battle became a war hero and later president?
goal 187
Goal 1
  • Q: What general at that battle became a war hero and later president?
  • A: Andrew Jackson
goal 188
Goal 1
  • Q: Did the Treaty of Ghent say who won the war? Was land exchanged?
goal 189
Goal 1
  • Q: Did the Treaty of Ghent say who won the war? Was land exchanged?
  • A: no, and no. They just agreed to quit fighting.
goal 190
Goal 1
  • Q: If the War of 1812 was really about respect, what later treaties show that the British now respect us?
goal 191
Goal 1
  • Q: If the War of 1812 was really about respect, what later treaties show that the British now respect us?
  • A:
  • 1. Convention of 1818
      • Sets N. border
      • We share Oregon

2. Rush Bagot

      • No warships on the Great Lakes
goal 2
GOAL 2

Assess the competing forces of expansion, nationalism and sectionalism in the period.

goal 21
Goal 2
  • Q: Why was James Monroe’s presidency known as the “Era of Good Feelings”?
goal 22
Goal 2
  • Q: Why was James Monroe’s presidency known as the “Era of Good Feelings”?
  • A: The Federalist party had died out, so the country was united under the Democratic – Republican party.
goal 23
Goal 2
  • Q: What invention did Eli Whitney invent that transformed the South?
goal 24
Goal 2
  • Q: What invention did Eli Whitney invent that transformed the South?
  • A: the cotton gin
goal 25
Goal 2
  • Q: What technology did Samuel Slater bring from Britain that will transform the Northeast?
goal 26
Goal 2
  • Q: What technology did Samuel Slater bring from Britain that will transform the Northeast?
  • A: Textile (cloth) factories
goal 27
Goal 2
  • Q: Who were the first workers in the textile mills?
goal 28
Goal 2
  • Q: Who were the first workers in the textile mills?
  • A: “spare” daughters and some children.
goal 29
Goal 2
  • Q: Through the Waltham / Lowell System, where did the workers live?
goal 210
Goal 2
  • Q: Through the Waltham / Lowell System, where did the workers live?
  • A: In boarding houses next to the mills.
goal 211
Goal 2
  • Q: Did textile mills and the cotton gin lead to greater sectionalism or nationalism?
goal 212
Goal 2
  • Q: Did textile mills and the cotton gin lead to greater sectionalism or nationalism?
  • A: sectionalism
goal 213
Goal 2
  • Q: Who came up with a plan called the American System to unite the nation economically?
goal 214
Goal 2
  • Q: Who came up with a plan called the American System to unite the nation economically?
  • A: Henry Clay
goal 215
Goal 2
  • Q: Besides a national bank, what were the other two parts?
goal 216
Goal 2
  • Q: Besides a national bank, what were the other two parts?
  • A: a protective tariff and internal improvements.
goal 217
Goal 2
  • Q: What were the major conduits for transportation in this time period?
goal 218
Goal 2
  • Q: What were the major conduits for transportation in this time period?
  • A: roads and canals
goal 219
Goal 2
  • Q: What did the Marshall Court say about states and contracts in the case Fletcher v. Peck?
goal 220
Goal 2
  • Q: What did the Marshall Court say about states and contracts in the case Fletcher v. Peck?
  • A: The states can’t break contracts.
goal 221
Goal 2
  • Q: How did the Dartmouth v. Woodard ruling expand on that idea?
goal 222
Goal 2
  • Q: How did the Dartmouth v. Woodard ruling expand on that idea?
  • A: The states can’t break contracts with corporations, either.
goal 223
Goal 2
  • Q: In McCullough v. Maryland, the ruling said states cannot use what power to nullify federal law?
goal 224
Goal 2
  • Q: In McCullough v. Maryland, the ruling said states cannot use what power to nullify federal law?
  • A: the power to tax.
goal 225
Goal 2
  • Q: According to the Gibbons v. Ogden ruling, what type of trade can only the federal government regulate?
goal 226
Goal 2
  • Q: According to the Gibbons v. Ogden ruling, what type of trade can only the federal government regulate?
  • A: interstate
goal 227
Goal 2
  • Q: Did the Marshall court strengthen nationalism or sectionalism?
goal 228
Goal 2
  • Q: Did the Marshall court strengthen nationalism or sectionalism?
  • A: nationalism, because it strengthened the power of the national government.
goal 229
Goal 2
  • Q: Did nationalism or sectionalism lead to the need for the Missouri Compromise?
goal 230
Goal 2
  • Q: Did nationalism or sectionalism lead to the need for the Missouri Compromise?
  • A: Sectionalism. The country was dividing over slavery.
goal 231
Goal 2
  • Q: Under the Missouri Compromise, Missouri was a ________ state, and __________ became a free state.
goal 232
Goal 2
  • Q: Under the Missouri Compromise, Missouri was a ________ state, and __________ became a free state.
  • A: slave
  • A: Maine
goal 233
Goal 2
  • Q: Through what territory was the 36 30’ line drawn to clarify slavery further?
goal 234
Goal 2
  • Q: Through what territory was the 36 30’ line drawn to clarify slavery further?
  • A: The Louisiana Purchase
goal 235
Goal 2
  • Q: The Monroe Doctrine warned __________ to stay out of _________.
goal 236
Goal 2
  • Q: The Monroe Doctrine warned __________ to stay out of _________.
  • A: Europe
  • A: The Western Hemisphere
goal 237
Goal 2
  • Q: The Adams-Onis Treaty gave us what state?
goal 238
Goal 2
  • Q: The Adams-Onis Treaty gave us what state?
  • A: Florida (from Spain)
goal 239
Goal 2
  • Q: Who helped John Q. Adams win the election of 1824, perhaps because Adams promised him the Secty. of State job?
goal 240
Goal 2
  • Q: Who helped John Q. Adams win the election of 1824, perhaps because Adams promised him the Secty. of State job?
  • A: Henry Clay
goal 241
Goal 2
  • Q: What did Andrew Jackson call this development?
goal 242
Goal 2
  • Q: What did Andrew Jackson call this development?
  • A: the “corrupt bargain”
goal 243
Goal 2
  • Q: What party did Jackson found to avenge the “corrupt bargain”?
goal 244
Goal 2
  • Q: What party did Jackson found to avenge the “corrupt bargain”?
  • A: The modern Democrats.
goal 245
Goal 2
  • Q: What new group of voters did he appeal to with a symbol, rallies, and free liquor?
goal 246
Goal 2
  • Q: What new group of voters did he appeal to with a symbol, rallies, and free liquor?
  • A: White men that didn’t own land could now vote.
goal 247
Goal 2
  • Q: Instead of relying on his official cabinet for advice, Jackson relied on his . . . .
goal 248
Goal 2
  • Q: Instead of relying on his official cabinet for advice, Jackson relied on his . . . .
  • A: “Kitchen Cabinet”, or personal friends.
goal 249
Goal 2
  • Q: Founding the “spoils system”, Jackson fired federal employees and gave the jobs to . . .
goal 250
Goal 2
  • Q: Founding the “spoils system”, Jackson fired federal employees and gave the jobs to . . .
  • A: his friends and political supporters
goal 251
Goal 2
  • Q: How did Jackson use the veto differently than the presidents before him?
goal 252
Goal 2
  • Q: How did Jackson use the veto differently than the presidents before him?
  • A: He vetoed bills he just didn’t like, even if they were constitutional.
goal 253
Goal 2
  • Q: What was Jackson’s plan for the native americans in the Southeast?
goal 254
Goal 2
  • Q: What was Jackson’s plan for the native americans in the Southeast?
  • A: The Indian Removal Act
goal 255
Goal 2
  • Q: What group resisted this by filing a lawsuit?
goal 256
Goal 2
  • Q: What group resisted this by filing a lawsuit?
  • A: The Cherokee
goal 257
Goal 2
  • Q: Did Marshall’s supreme court rule in favor of the natives or Jackson?
goal 258
Goal 2
  • Q: Did Marshall’s supreme court rule in favor of the natives or Jackson?
  • A: the natives, in Worcester v. Georgia
goal 259
Goal 2
  • Q: Did Jackson listen to the Supreme Court?
goal 260
Goal 2
  • Q: Did Jackson listen to the Supreme Court?
  • A: No, he moved them west anyway.
goal 261
Goal 2
  • Q: What state wanted to nullify the tariff during this time?
goal 262
Goal 2
  • Q: What state wanted to nullify the tariff during this time?
  • A: South Carolina
goal 263
Goal 2
  • Q: What was Jackson’s decision – did they have to pay the tariff or not?
goal 264
Goal 2
  • Q: What was Jackson’s decision – did they have to pay the tariff or not?
  • A: They had to pay. He threatened to hang his VP Calhoun (from SC) and send an army to make them do so.
goal 265
Goal 2
  • Q: Who convinced both sides to compromise and lower the tariff over ten years?
goal 266
Goal 2
  • Q: Who convinced both sides to compromise and lower the tariff over ten years?
  • A: Henry Clay
goal 267
Goal 2
  • Q: Jackson – did he come to love the national bank or hate it?
goal 268
Goal 2
  • Q: Jackson – did he come to love the national bank or hate it?
  • A: He hated it. Henry Clay ,too.
goal 269
Goal 2
  • Q: What resulted from his killing of the bank?
goal 270
Goal 2
  • Q: What resulted from his killing of the bank?
  • A: The Depression of 1837.
goal 271
Goal 2
  • Q: Who was blamed for the Depression?
goal 272
Goal 2
  • Q: Who was blamed for the Depression?
  • A: Jackson’s VP that became president next, Martin Van Buren.
goal 273
Goal 2
  • Q: What new party formed against Jackson? Who led it?
goal 274
Goal 2
  • Q: What new party formed against Jackson? Who led it?
  • A: The Whigs. Henry Clay and Daniel Webster.
goal 275
Goal 2
  • Q: Who stole Jackson’s campaign tactics and won the election of 1840 with his ‘log cabin” campaign?
goal 276
Goal 2
  • Q: Who stole Jackson’s campaign tactics and won the election of 1840 with his ‘log cabin” campaign?
  • A: William Henry Harrison
goal 277
Goal 2
  • Q: What happened to him on his 30th day in office?
goal 278
Goal 2
  • Q: What happened to him on his 30th day in office?
  • A: He died.
goal 279
Goal 2
  • Q: What was the name of his VP that became president and did not support any Whig initiatives?
goal 280
Goal 2
  • Q: What was the name of his VP that became president and did not support any Whig initiatives?
  • A: John Tyler
goal 281
Goal 2
  • Q: During the Second Great Awakening, what did people come to believe about salvation?
goal 282
Goal 2
  • Q: During the Second Great Awakening, what did people come to believe about salvation?
  • A: they rejected predestination and decided there was something people had to do to go to heaven.
goal 283
Goal 2
  • Q: What literary and philosophical movement from this time period embraced nature but questioned authority?
goal 284
Goal 2
  • Q: What literary and philosophical movement from this time period embraced nature but questioned authority?
  • A: Transcendenalism
goal 285
Goal 2
  • Q: Name two transcendentalists.
goal 286
Goal 2
  • Q: Name two transcendentalists.
  • A: Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson
goal 287
Goal 2
  • Q: What did Hudson River School Painters paint that showed they were nationalistic (and romantic)?
goal 288
Goal 2
  • Q: What did Hudson River School Painters paint that showed they were nationalistic (and romantic)?
  • A: landscapes
goal 289
Goal 2
  • Q: Who led educational reforms in this period?
goal 290
Goal 2
  • Q: Who led educational reforms in this period?
  • A: Horace Mann
goal 291
Goal 2
  • Q: Who led a movement to protect the mentally ill?
goal 292
Goal 2
  • Q: Who led a movement to protect the mentally ill?
  • A: Dorothea Dix
goal 293
Goal 2
  • Q: Which utopian communities tended to last longest: religious ones (like the Mormons, or intellectual ones (like Brook Farm)?
goal 294
Goal 2
  • Q: Which utopian communities tended to last longest: religious ones (like the Mormons, or intellectual ones (like Brook Farm)?
  • A: religious ones
goal 295
Goal 2
  • Q: What did abolitionists want?
goal 296
Goal 2
  • Q: What did abolitionists want?
  • A: an immediate end to slavery
goal 297
Goal 2
  • Q: Name some violent ones.
goal 298
Goal 2
  • Q: Name some violent ones.
  • A: Nat Turner, David Walker
goal 299
Goal 2
  • Q: Name some non-violent ones.
goal 2100
Goal 2
  • Q: Name some non-violent ones.
  • A: William Lloyd Garrison, Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth
goal 2101
Goal 2
  • Q: Did Nat Turners revolt lead to better or worse conditions for slaves?
goal 2102
Goal 2
  • Q: Did Nat Turners revolt lead to better or worse conditions for slaves?
  • A: worse (led to slave codes and a white militia system)
goal 2103
Goal 2
  • Q: How did the “cult of domesticity” limit women?
goal 2104
Goal 2
  • Q: How did the “cult of domesticity” limit women?
  • A: They had no role in public life. They should marry, raise children, and attend to their moral upbringing.
goal 2105
Goal 2
  • Q: What did temperance reformers want?
goal 2106
Goal 2
  • Q: What did temperance reformers want?
  • A: for alcohol to be illegal
goal 2107
Goal 2
  • Q: To what cause was the Seneca Falls Convention dedicated?
goal 2108
Goal 2
  • Q: To what cause was the Seneca Falls Convention dedicated?
  • A: Women’s Rights
goal 2109
Goal 2
  • Q: What did Samuel Morse invent during this time period?
goal 2110
Goal 2
  • Q: What did Samuel Morse invent during this time period?
  • A: the telegraph
goal 2111
Goal 2
  • Q: What did John Deere invent?
goal 2112
Goal 2
  • Q: What did John Deere invent?
  • A: The steel plow
goal 2113
Goal 2
  • Q: What did Cyrus McCormick invent?
goal 2114
Goal 2
  • Q: What did Cyrus McCormick invent?
  • A: The mechanical reaper
goal 2115
Goal 2
  • Q: What did Elias Howe invent and I.M. Singer improve?
goal 2116
Goal 2
  • Q: What did Elias Howe invent and I.M. Singer improve?
  • A: the sewing machine
goal 2117
Goal 2
  • Q: This idea said that God likes American best and that it was inevitable we would expand.
goal 2118
Goal 2
  • Q: This idea said that God likes American best and that it was inevitable we would expand.
  • A: Manifest Destiny
goal 2119
Goal 2
  • Q: This trade trail ended in Mexican territory, in this city.
goal 2120
Goal 2
  • Q: This trade trail ended in Mexican territory, in this city.
  • A: Santa Fe
goal 2121
Goal 2
  • Q: Methodist missionaries went here and strengthened our claims to the territory.
goal 2122
Goal 2
  • Q: Methodist missionaries went here and strengthened our claims to the territory.
  • A: Oregon
goal 2123
Goal 2
  • Q: This man led the Mormons to Utah to escape religious persecution.
goal 2124
Goal 2
  • Q: This man led the Mormons to Utah to escape religious persecution
  • A: Brigham Young
goal 2125
Goal 2
  • Q: Who led the first Americans into Mexican-owned Texas?
goal 2126
Goal 2
  • Q: Who led the first Americans into Mexican-owned Texas?
  • A: Stephen Austin
goal 2127
Goal 2

Q: What 3 problems did the Americans in TX have with the Mexican gov’t?

goal 2128
Goal 2

Q: What 3 problems did the Americans in TX have with the Mexican gov’t?

A: They wouldn’t give up their slaves, learn Spanish, or convert to Catholicism.

goal 2129
Goal 2

Q: Why should we “Remember the Alamo!”?

goal 2130
Goal 2

Q: Why should we “Remember the Alamo!”?

A: All the Americans died in the battle and (at the time it was thought that) their deaths should be avenged.

goal 2131
Goal 2

Q: Did Texas win its independence from Mexico?

goal 2132
Goal 2

Q: Did Texas win its independence from Mexico?

A: Yes, they became a country called the Lone Star Republic.

goal 2133
Goal 2

Q: What region of the country opposed the annexation of TX and why?

goal 2134
Goal 2

Q: What region of the country opposed the annexation of TX and why?

A: The North. They didn’t want another slave state to join the union.

goal 2135
Goal 2

Q: Why did the annexation of TX lead to a war with Mexico?

goal 2136
Goal 2

Q: Why did the annexation of TX lead to a war with Mexico?

A: We disagreed about what the southern border of TX was.

goal 2137
Goal 2

Q: What pro-expansion president was elected in 1844 and made the annexation of TX inevitable?

goal 2138
Goal 2

Q: What pro-expansion president was elected in 1844 and made the annexation of TX inevitable?

A: James K. Polk

goal 32
GOAL 3
  • Analyze the issues that led to the Civil War, the effects of the war, and the impact of Reconstruction on the nation.
goal 33
Goal 3

Q: Who were some famous generals in the Mexican War?

goal 34
Goal 3

Q: Who were some famous generals in the Mexican War?

A: Winfield Scott, Zachary Taylor, Stephen Kearny

goal 35
Goal 3

Q: Name 3 present day states we gained through the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.

goal 36
Goal 3

Q: Name 3 present day states we gained through the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.

A: CA, WY, CO, NV, UT, NM, AZ

goal 37
Goal 3

Q: What was the purchase of the southern portions on NM and AZ for 10 million dollars called?

goal 38
Goal 3

Q: What was the purchase of the southern portions on NM and AZ for 10 million dollars called?

A: The Gadsden Purchase

goal 39
Goal 3

Q: The Wilmot Proviso, though never passed, suggested we ______ slavery in the new lands gained.

goal 310
Goal 3

Q: The Wilmot Proviso, though never passed, suggested we ______ slavery in the new lands gained.

A: ban

goal 311
Goal 3

Q: Why did the Forty- Niners go west?

goal 312
Goal 3

Q: Why did the Forty- Niners go west?

A: GOLD!

goal 313
Goal 3

Q: What was the first state from the Mexican Cession ready to become a state?

goal3
Goal3

Q: What was the first state from the Mexican Cession ready to become a state?

A: California

goal 314
Goal 3

Q: Who wrote the Compromise of 1850?

goal 315
Goal 3

Q: Who wrote the Compromise of 1850?

A: Henry Clay

goal 316
Goal 3

Q: According to the Compromise would CA be slave or free?

goal 317
Goal 3

Q: According to the Compromise would CA be slave or free?

A: Free

goal 318
Goal 3

Q: According to the Compromise, where would the slave trade be banned?

goal 319
Goal 3

Q: According to the Compromise, where would the slave trade be banned?

A: Washington, D.C.

goal 320
Goal 3

Q: According to the Compromise, would it be easier or harder to be a fugitive slave?

goal 321
Goal 3

Q: According to the Compromise, would it be easier or harder to be a fugitive slave?

A: Harder. The Fugitive Slave Act was strengthened.

goal 322
Goal 3

Q: What group suddenly cared about slavery after reading Uncle Tom’s Cabin?

goal 323
Goal 3

Q: What group suddenly cared about slavery after reading Uncle Tom’s Cabin?

A: Northerners who were not abolitionists.

goal 324
Goal 3

Q: Did the presidents of the 1950s – Taylor, Pierce and Buchanan – take clear and strong positions on slavery?

goal 325
Goal 3

Q: Did the presidents of the 1950s – Taylor, Pierce and Buchanan – take clear and strong positions on slavery?

A: No, Lincoln was the first.

goal 326
Goal 3

Q: What law repealed the Missouri Compromise?

goal 327
Goal 3

Q: What law repealed the Missouri Compromise?

A: The Kansas Nebraska Act

goal 328
Goal 3

Q: According to the Kansas – Nebraska Act, how would slavery be determined about the 36 30’ line?

goal 329
Goal 3

Q: According to the Kansas – Nebraska Act, how would slavery be determined about the 36 30’ line?

A: Popular sovereignty. Meaning, the people who lived there would vote.

goal 330
Goal 3

Q: Why was Kansas described as “bleeding”?

goal 331
Goal 3

Q: Why was Kansas described as “bleeding”?

A: Blood was shed between the pro and anti slavery forces there.

goal 332
Goal 3

Q: Why did Preston Brooks cane Charles Sumner on the Senate floor?

goal 333
Goal 3

Q: Why did Preston Brooks cane Charles Sumner on the Senate floor?

A: Sumner insulted slave-owners in general, and mocked Brooks’ uncle specifically.

goal 334
Goal 3

Q:Nativists were opposed to _____________.

goal 335
Goal 3

Q:Nativists were opposed to _____________.

A: immigration

goal 336
Goal 3

Q: What party did they form?

goal 337
Goal 3

Q: What party did they form?

A: The Know Nothings, also known as the American Party.

goal 338
Goal 3

Q: What “umbrella”party formed in the 1850s and opposed the spread of slavery into the territories?

goal 339
Goal 3

Q: What “umbrella”party formed in the 1850s and opposed the spread of slavery into the territories?

A: The Republican Party

goal 340
Goal 3

Q: What did the Dred Scott case ruling say about citizenship?

goal 341
Goal 3

Q: What did the Dred Scott case ruling say about citizenship?

A: blacks are not citizens

goal 342
Goal 3

Q: What did the Dred Scott ruling say about taking slaves into free territories?

goal 343
Goal 3

Q: What did the Dred Scott ruling say about taking slaves into free territories?

A: They could not be taken from their masters since they are property.

goal 344
Goal 3

Q: What famous debates captivated the nation in the pre-Civil War period?

goal 345
Goal 3

Q: What famous debates captivated the nation in the pre-Civil War period?

A: The Lincoln -Douglass debates

goal 346
Goal 3

Q:What did John Brown unsuccessfully try to start at Harper’s Ferry, VA?

goal 347
Goal 3

Q:What did John Brown unsuccessfully try to start at Harper’s Ferry, VA?

A: a slave revolt

goal 348
Goal 3

Q: Who was elected in 1860 and led SC to secede first?

goal 349
Goal 3

Q: Who was elected in 1860 and led SC to secede first?

A: Abraham Lincoln

goal 350
Goal 3

Q: How many states eventually joined the Confederate States of America?

goal 351
Goal 3

Q: How many states eventually joined the Confederate States of America?

A: 11

goal 352
Goal 3

Q: What were slave states loyal to the Union called?

goal 353
Goal 3

Q: What were slave states loyal to the Union called?

A: border states

goal 354
Goal 3

Q: How did Lincoln protect the Union from “the enemy within” the border states?

goal 355
Goal 3

Q: How did Lincoln protect the Union from “the enemy within” the border states?

A: He suspended habeus corpus, allowing people to be imprisoned without charges.

goal 356
Goal 3

Q: Who shot the first shots of the war at Fort Sumter, SC?

goal 357
Goal 3

Q: Who shot the first shots of the war at Fort Sumter, SC?

A: The South

goal 358
Goal 3

Q: Which side had 3x more people and 90% of the factories?

goal 359
Goal 3

Q: Which side had 3x more people and 90% of the factories?

A: the North

goal 360
Goal 3

Q: Which side had better military leaders?

goal 361
Goal 3

Q: Which side had better military leaders?

A: The South

goal 362
Goal 3

Q: The Monitor and the Merrimac marked what huge change in navy ships?

goal 363
Goal 3

Q: The Monitor and the Merrimac marked what huge change in navy ships?

A: From now on, they will be metal o the outside instead of wood.

goal 364
Goal 3

Q: What were the three parts of the Anaconda Plan?

goal 365
Goal 3

Q: What were the three parts of the Anaconda Plan?

A: conquer Richmond, control the Mississippi River, a naval blockade to stop trade.

goal 366
Goal 3

Q: Which side won the Battle of Bull Run, right outside of Washington, D.C?

goal 367
Goal 3

Q: Which side won the Battle of Bull Run, right outside of Washington, D.C?

A: The South

goal 368
Goal 3

Q: What was the name of the successful Union General who won control of the Miss. River at Vicksburg?

goal 369
Goal 3

Q: What was the name of the successful Union General who won control of the Miss. River at Vicksburg?

A: US Grant

goal 370
Goal 3

Q: What was the name of the Union general that was scared to fight in the East?

goal 371
Goal 3

Q: What was the name of the Union general that was scared to fight in the East?

A: George McClellan

goal 372
Goal 3

Q: After what battle in Maryland did Lincoln finally fire him?

goal 373
Goal 3

Q: After what battle in Maryland did Lincoln finally fire him?

A: Antietam

goal 374
Goal 3

Q: After what battle in PA did it become clearer that the South would lose?

goal 375
Goal 3

Q: After what battle in PA did it become clearer that the South would lose?

A: Gettysburg

goal 376
Goal 3

Q: Who was the most famous and respected general of the CSA?

goal 377
Goal 3

Q: Who was the most famous and respected general of the CSA?

A: Robert E. Lee.

goal 378
Goal 3

Q: Who was the President of the CSA?

goal 379
Goal 3

Q: Who was the President of the CSA?

A: Jefferson Davis

goal 380
Goal 3

Q: What war tactic did William Tecumseh Sherman use to defeat the South?

goal 381
Goal 3

Q: What war tactic did William Tecumseh Sherman use to defeat the South?

A: Total War, attacking civilian targets (non military folk)

goal 382
Goal 3

Q: Which slaves did the Emancipation Proclamation free?

goal 383
Goal 3

Q: Which slaves did the Emancipation Proclamation free?

A: Only the ones in the rebelling states, and only really where Union forces were in charge.

goal 384
Goal 3

Q: The Emancipation Proclamation was key in keeping this nation from recognizing the Confederacy:

goal 385
Goal 3

Q: The Emancipation Proclamation was key in keeping this nation from recognizing the Confederacy:

A: Britain

goal 386
Goal 3

Q: In the Gettysburg Address, Lincoln said the war was really a test of what?

goal 387
Goal 3

Q: In the Gettysburg Address, Lincoln said the war was really a test of what?

A: Whether a democracy could succeed.

goal 388
Goal 3

Q: Who did Lincoln defeat in his re-election bid in 1864?

goal 389
Goal 3

Q: Who did Lincoln defeat in his re-election bid in 1864?

A: George McClellan

goal 390
Goal 3

Q: What happened at Appomattox Court House, VA in 1865?

goal 391
Goal 3

Q: What happened at Appomattox Court House, VA in 1865?

A: Lee surrendered to Grant.

goal 392
Goal 3

Q: For what is Ford’s Theatre famous?

goal 393
Goal 3

Q: For what is Ford’s Theatre famous?

A: It was the site of Lincoln’s assassination.

goal 394
Goal 3

Q: The period after the war when attempts were made to rebuild and reform the South is called?

goal 395
Goal 3

Q: The period after the war when attempts were made to rebuild and reform the South is called?

A: Reconstruction

goal 396
Goal 3

Q: In general, did Lincoln and Johnson’s Reconstruction plans want to punish or forgive white southerners?

goal 397
Goal 3

Q: In general, did Lincoln and Johnson’s Reconstruction plans want to punish or forgive white southerners?

A: forgive them

goal 398
Goal 3

Q: Thaddeus Stevens led what political faction in Congress that wanted to punish them?

goal 399
Goal 3

Q: Thaddeus Stevens led what political faction in Congress that wanted to punish them?

A: The Radical Republicans

goal 3100
Goal 3

Q: Which branch ultimately got control of Reconstruction after the 1866 elections?

goal 3101
Goal 3

Q: Which branch ultimately got control of Reconstruction after the 1866 elections?

A: Congress

goal 3 1848 1877
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: During Radical Reconstruction, the south was divided into 5 regions and ruled by . . .

goal 3 1848 18771
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: During Radical Reconstruction, the south was divided into 5 regions and ruled by . . .

A: The army.

goal 3 1848 18772
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: What did the Freedmen’s Bureau seek to provide to freed slaves and poor whites?

goal 3 1848 18773
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: What did the Freedmen’s Bureau seek to provide to freed slaves and poor whites?

A: Food, clothing and housing

goal 3 1848 18774
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: State laws that tried to return freed slaves to slave like status were called . . .

goal 3 1848 18775
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: State laws that tried to return freed slaves to slave like status were called . . .

A: Black codes

goal 3 1848 18776
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: Did the Radicals successfully impeach President Johnson?

goal 3 1848 18777
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: Did the Radicals successfully impeach President Johnson?

A: No, he was impeached but was found not guilty by one vote and kept his job.

goal 3 1848 18778
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: What finally freed ALL the slaves in the US?

goal 3 1848 18779
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: What finally freed ALL the slaves in the US?

A: The 13th amendment

goal 3 1848 187710
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: The 14th amendment promised freedmen equal protection under the law and banned who from voting and holding office?

goal 3 1848 187711
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: The 14th amendment promised freedmen equal protection under the law and banned who from voting and holding office?

A: former Confederates

goal 3 1848 187712
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: What did the 15th amendment say?

goal 3 1848 187713
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: What did the 15th amendment say?

A: black males can vote

goal 3 1848 187714
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: What laws effectively undermined this amendment?

goal 3 1848 187715
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: What laws effectively undermined this amendment?

A: poll taxes, literacy tests, and grandfather clauses.

goal 3 1848 187716
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: Did the majority of freed slaves every get the “40 acres and a mule” they were promised?

goal 3 1848 187717
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: Did the majority of freed slaves every get the “40 acres and a mule” they were promised?

A: no

goal 3 1848 187718
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: What labor system kept them economically enslaved as a result?

goal 3 1848 187719
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: What labor system kept them economically enslaved as a result?

A: sharecropping

goal 3 1848 187720
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: The “Old South” was known as the cotton kingdom. What economic activities popped up in the “New South”?

goal 3 1848 187721
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: The “Old South” was known as the cotton kingdom. What economic activities popped up in the “New South”?

A: tobacco, textiles, and furniture

goal 3 1848 187722
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: What terrorist group enforced white supremacy on the South after the Civil War?

goal 3 1848 187723
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: What terrorist group enforced white supremacy on the South after the Civil War?

A: The KKK

goal 3 1848 187724
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: What president used the Enforcement Acts to fight them, but eventually gave up?

goal 3 1848 187725
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: What president used the Enforcement Acts to fight them, but eventually gave up?

A: U.S. Grant

goal 3 1848 187726
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: In general, were racist laws during this time period struck down or upheld by the Supreme Court?

goal 3 1848 187727
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: In general, were racist laws during this time period struck down or upheld by the Supreme Court?

A: upheld

goal 3 1848 187728
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: The Whiskey Ring and the Credit Mobilier were scandals that became a stain on whose presidency?

goal 3 1848 187729
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: The Whiskey Ring and the Credit Mobilier were scandals that became a stain on whose presidency?

A: U.S. Grant

goal 3 1848 187730
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: An election commission decided that _________ should win the election of 1876?

goal 3 1848 187731
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: An election commission decided that _________ should win the election of 1876?

A: Rutherford Hayes, a Republican

goal 3 1848 187732
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: After he became president, what did he do to make Democrats happy?

goal 3 1848 187733
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: After he became president, what did he do to make Democrats happy?

A: He pulled the federal troops out of the South.

goal 3 1848 187734
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: Did this strengthen or weaken white supremacy in the South?

goal 3 1848 187735
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: Did this strengthen or weaken white supremacy in the South?

A: strengthen it.

goal 3 1848 187736
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: Laws which created separate facilities for whites ands blacks were called _____ ______ laws.

goal 3 1848 187737
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: Laws which created separate facilities for whites ands blacks were called _____ ______ laws.

A: Jim Crow

goal 3 1848 187738
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: What did the Plessy v. Ferguson ruling say about Jim Crow laws?

goal 3 1848 187739
Goal 3: 1848-1877

Q: What did the Plessy v. Ferguson ruling say about Jim Crow laws?

A: they were legal.

goal 4 1860 1900
Goal 4: 1860-1900
  • The learner will evaluate the great westward movement and assess the impact of the agricultural revolution on the nation.
goal 4 1860 19001
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: Where did the US Army seek to move Plains Indians in this time period?

goal 4 1860 19002
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: Where did the US Army seek to move Plains Indians in this time period?

A: to reservations

goal 4 1860 19003
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: What act encouraged westward expansion by giving away 160 acres of free land?

goal 4 1860 19004
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: What act encouraged westward expansion by giving away 160 acres of free land?

A: The Homestead Act.

goal 4 1860 19005
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: What do Sand Creek and Wounded Knee have in common?

goal 4 1860 19006
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: What do Sand Creek and Wounded Knee have in common?

A: They were places where hundreds of natives were massacred.

goal 4 1860 19007
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: What was one military battle the natives won?

goal 4 1860 19008
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: What was one military battle the natives won?

A: The Battle of Little Bighorn, a.k.a “Custer’s Last Stand”

goal 4 1860 19009
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: What was the goal of the Dawes Act?

goal 4 1860 190010
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: What was the goal of the Dawes Act?

A: To force natives to assimilate (be like whites) and farm.

goal 4 1860 190011
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: The slaughter of what resource led to the decline of native power?

goal 4 1860 190012
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: The slaughter of what resource led to the decline of native power?

A: buffalo

goal 4 1860 190013
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: To what general destination did cowboys drive cattle?

goal 4 1860 190014
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: To what general destination did cowboys drive cattle?

A: railroads

goal 4 1860 190015
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: What invention led to the end of the cowboy era?

goal 4 1860 190016
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: What invention led to the end of the cowboy era?

A: barbed wire

goal 4 1860 190017
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: In what type of houses did frontier families often live?

goal 4 1860 190018
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: In what type of houses did frontier families often live?

A: soddies and dugouts.

goal 4 1860 190019
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: What two problems did the farmers in this era have?

goal 4 1860 190020
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: What two problems did the farmers in this era have?

A: high shipping rates on the railroads and lots of debt to banks

goal 4 1860 190021
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: How did they want to adjust the money supply?

goal 4 1860 190022
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: How did they want to adjust the money supply?

A:They wanted more money printed, and they wanted it backed by silver.

goal 4 1860 190023
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: What did they want the government to do about railroads?

goal 4 1860 190024
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: What did they want the government to do about railroads?

A: regulate the rates they charged

goal 4 1860 190025
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: What political party did they form?

goal 4 1860 190026
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: What political party did they form?

A: The Populist Party

goal 4 1860 190027
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: Who were the “little people” that supported Populism?

goal 4 1860 190028
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: Who were the “little people” that supported Populism?

A: farmers, factory workers, unions, suffragettes

goal 4 1860 190029
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: Who was the Populist candidate in 1896 that gave the “Cross of Gold” speech?

goal 4 1860 190030
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: Who was the Populist candidate in 1896 that gave the “Cross of Gold” speech?

A: William Jennings Bryan

goal 4 1860 190031
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: Populist Bryan v. “big money” backed William McKinley in in 1896. Who won?

goal 4 1860 190032
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: Populist Bryan v. “big money” backed William McKinley in in 1896. Who won?

A: McKinley

goal 4 1860 190033
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: Though Populists lost heart, what reformer became Vice President and would one day achieve many Populist goals?

goal 4 1860 190034
Goal 4: 1860-1900

Q: Though Populists lost heart, what reformer became Vice President and would one day achieve many Populist goals?

A: Theodore Roosevelt

goal 5 1870 1900
Goal 5: 1870-1900
  • The learner will describe innovations in technology and business practices and assess their impact on economic, political and social life in America.
goal 5 1870 19001
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: The Bessemer process allowed ___________ to be mass produced and led to a 2nd industrial revolution in the US.

goal 5 1870 19002
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: The Bessemer process allowed ___________ to be mass produced and led to a 2nd industrial revolution in the US.

A: steel

goal 5 1870 19003
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What natural resources do we have that allowed us to become an industrial giant?

goal 5 1870 19004
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What natural resources do we have that allowed us to become an indutrial giant?

A: iron, coal, oil

goal 5 1870 19005
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What did Edwin Drake invent to help us access one of those?

goal 5 1870 19006
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What did Edwin Drake invent to help us access one of those?

A: the steam powered oil drill.

goal 5 1870 19007
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What did Alexander Graham Bell invent to speed communication?

goal 5 1870 19008
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What did Alexander Graham Bell invent to speed communication?

A: the telephone

goal 5 1870 19009
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What did Thomas Edison perfect that led to expanded business hours and new entertainment?

goal 5 1870 190010
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What did Thomas Edison perfect that led to expanded business hours and new entertainment?

A: the light bulb

goal 5 1870 190011
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What did Christopher Sholes invent to standardize and speed communication?

goal 5 1870 190012
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What did Christopher Sholes invent to standardize and speed communication?

A: the typewriter

goal 5 1870 190013
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: In a laissez-faire economy, the ___________ doesn’t interfere in the economy.

goal 5 1870 190014
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: In a laissez-faire economy, the ___________ doesn’t interfere in the economy.

A: government

goal 5 1870 190015
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Why is this called the :Gilded Age”?

goal 5 1870 190016
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Why is this called the :Gilded Age”?

A: America looked “golden” from the outside, but was really corrupt and troubled on the inside.

goal 5 1870 190017
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What was completed at Promontory Point, UT in 1869?

goal 5 1870 190018
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What was completed at Promontory Point, UT in 1869?

A: the transcontinental railroad.

goal 5 1870 190019
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What two immigrant groups are most credited with building it?

goal 5 1870 190020
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What two immigrant groups are most credited with building it?

A: Asians from the West, and Irish from the East.

goal 5 1870 190021
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: The Credit Mobilier was a scam in what industry?

goal 5 1870 190022
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: The Credit Mobilier was a scam in what industry?

A: railroads

goal 5 1870 190023
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: In the court case Munn v. Illinois, the courts said states could regulate _________ .

goal 5 1870 190024
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: In the court case Munn v. Illinois, the courts said states could regulate _________ .

A: railroads

goal 5 1870 190025
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Problem: most railroads run between states, and so can only be regulated by the _________ government.

goal 5 1870 190026
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Problem: most railroads run between states, and so can only be regulated by the _________ government.

A: federal

goal 5 1870 190027
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What law is passed (if not enforced)to allow federal oversight of railroads?

goal 5 1870 190028
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What law is passed (if not enforced)to allow federal oversight of railroads?

A: The Interstate Commerce Act

goal 5 1870 190029
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What monopolist controlled the steel industry?

goal 5 1870 190030
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What monopolist controlled the steel industry?

A: Andrew Carnegie

goal 5 1870 190031
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: In his “Gospel of Wealth”, what did Carnegie say rich people should be prevented from doing when they die?

goal 5 1870 190032
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: In his “Gospel of Wealth”, what did Carnegie say rich people should be prevented from doing when they die?

A: Passing on their wealth to their children.

goal 5 1870 190033
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Who used trusts to gain control of the oil industry?

goal 5 1870 190034
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Who used trusts to gain control of the oil industry?

A: John Rockefeller

goal 5 1870 190035
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Who used holding companies to gain monopolies and bought US Steel from Carnegie?

goal 5 1870 190036
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Who used holding companies to gain monopolies and bought US Steel from Carnegie?

A: JP Morgan

goal 5 1870 190037
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What is it called when you gain a monopoly by buying your suppliers?

goal 5 1870 190038
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What is it called when you gain a monopoly by buying your suppliers?

A: vertical integration

goal 5 1870 190039
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What is it called when you ally with others, drop prices artificially low, drive out competition, and then raise prices?

goal 5 1870 190040
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What is it called when you ally with others, drop prices artificially low, drive out competition, and then raise prices?

A: a trust

goal 5 1870 190041
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What vague law was passed during this time saying you could not “restrain trade”?

goal 5 1870 190042
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What vague law was passed during this time saying you could not “restrain trade”?

A: The Sherman Antitrust Act

goal 5 1870 190043
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Though intended to be used against monopolists, what groups was it used against?

goal 5 1870 190044
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Though intended to be used against monopolists, what groups was it used against?

A: unions

goal 5 1870 190045
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What philosophy said poor people are poor because they just aren’t adapting to their environment?

goal 5 1870 190046
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What philosophy said poor people are poor because they just aren’t adapting to their environment?

A: Social Darwinism

goal 5 1870 190047
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Who wrote “rags to riches” tales that supported the Social Darwinist point of view?

goal 5 1870 190048
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Who wrote “rags to riches” tales that supported the Social Darwinist point of view?

A: Horatio Alger

goal 5 1870 190049
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Name the labor union that

  • Let in women, unskilled workers and blacks
  • Died out after the pipe bombs in Haymarket Square
goal 5 1870 190050
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Name the labor union that

  • Let in women, unskilled workers and blacks
  • Died out after the pipe bombs in Haymarket Square

A: Knights of Labor

goal 5 1870 190051
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Name the labor union that

  • had only skilled, white men
  • Used strikes
  • Still around today
goal 5 1870 190052
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Name the labor union that

  • only skilled, white men
  • Used strikes
  • Still around today

A: American Federation of Labor

goal 5 1870 190053
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Who formed the American Railway Union and lost the Pullman Strike?

goal 5 1870 190054
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Who formed the American Railway Union and lost the Pullman Strike?

A: Eugene Debs

goal 5 1870 190055
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What was the most radical union for the poorest workers?

goal 5 1870 190056
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What was the most radical union for the poorest workers?

A: The Industrial Workers of the World

goal 5 1870 190057
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What strike happened in Carnegie’s PA steel mill and broke the steel union for 45 years?

goal 5 1870 190058
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What strike happened in Carnegie’s PA steel mill and broke the steel union for 45 years?

A: Homestead Strike

goal 5 1870 190059
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: In the Gilded Age, did the federal gov’t. side with owners or strikers during strikes?

goal 5 1870 190060
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: In the Gilded Age, did the federal gov’t. side with owners or strikers during strikes?

A: owners

goal 5 1870 190061
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Before the 1890s. Most immigrants came from what parts of Europe?

goal 5 1870 190062
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Before the 1890s. Most immigrants came from what parts of Europe?

A: Northern and Western

goal 5 1870 190063
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: After 1890, most European immigrants came from what parts of Europe?

goal 5 1870 190064
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: After 1890, most European immigrants came from what parts of Europe?

A: Southern and Eastern

goal 5 1870 190065
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What was the main immigration station on the East coast?

goal 5 1870 190066
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What was the main immigration station on the East coast?

A: Ellis Island

goal 5 1870 190067
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: On the West coast?

goal 5 1870 190068
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: On the West coast?

A: Angel Island

goal 5 1870 190069
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Which group of immigrants was targeted with nativist laws like an Exclusion Act and the “Gentleman’s Agreement’?

goal 5 1870 190070
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Which group of immigrants was targeted with nativist laws like an Exclusion Act and the “Gentleman’s Agreement’?

A: Asians

goal 5 1870 190071
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Migration and immigration led to the growth of cities, also called . . .

goal 5 1870 190072
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Migration and immigration led to the growth of cities, also called . . .

A: urbanization

goal 5 1870 190073
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Name three problems cities had in this period.

goal 5 1870 190074
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Name three problems cities had in this period.

A: overcrowding, unsafe water, fires, lack of sanitation, crime

goal 5 1870 190075
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What muckraking photojournalist made these problems evident?

goal 5 1870 190076
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What muckraking photojournalist made these problems evident?

A: Jacob Riis

goal 5 1870 190077
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What new forms of transportation became available?

goal 5 1870 190078
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What new forms of transportation became available?

A: subways, street cars, elevated railways

goal 5 1870 190079
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Who founded a settlement house in Chicago, called Hull House, to help the urban poor?

goal 5 1870 190080
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Who founded a settlement house in Chicago, called Hull House, to help the urban poor?

A: Jane Addams

goal 5 1870 190081
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: The Social Gospel said Christians must do what to be like Jesus?

goal 5 1870 190082
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: The Social Gospel said Christians must do what to be like Jesus?

A: Help the poor.

goal 5 1870 190083
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Corrupt officials who controlled city and state governments in the time period were called . . . .

goal 5 1870 190084
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Corrupt officials who controlled city and state governments in the time period were called . . . .

A: political machines

goal 5 1870 190085
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What two ways did they gets votes?

goal 5 1870 190086
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What two ways did they gets votes?

A: bribing immigrants, padding voter lists

goal 5 1870 190087
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What were some ways they got money?

goal 5 1870 190088
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What were some ways they got money?

A: graft / padding bills, accepting bribes

goal 5 1870 190089
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Who was the most famous political boss of NY City?

goal 5 1870 190090
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Who was the most famous political boss of NY City?

A: Boss Tweed, a Democrat who controlled “Tammany Hall”

goal 5 1870 190091
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What cartoonist exposed him to the public?

goal 5 1870 190092
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What cartoonist exposed him to the public?

A: Thomas Nast.

goal 5 1870 190093
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Civil Service reformers wanted what?

goal 5 1870 190094
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Civil Service reformers wanted what?

A: only qualified people to get government jobs.

goal 5 1870 190095
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What is another word for the spoils system that starts with “P”?

goal 5 1870 190096
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What is another word for the spoils system that starts with “P”?

A: patronage

goal 5 1870 190097
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What was the name of the group that opposed civil service reform?

goal 5 1870 190098
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: What was the name of the group that opposed civil service reform?

A: the Stalwarts

goal 5 1870 190099
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: A Stalwart shot what president over civil service reform?

goal 5 1870 1900100
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: A Stalwart shot what president over civil service reform?

A: James Garfield.

goal 5 1870 1900101
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: His VP, Chester Arthur, passed what law, achieving civil service reform?

goal 5 1870 1900102
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: His VP, Chester Arthur, passed what law, achieving civil service reform?

A: The Pendleton Act.

goal 5 1870 1900103
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Did poor people want a higher or lower tariff in the Gilded Age?

goal 5 1870 1900104
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Did poor people want a higher or lower tariff in the Gilded Age?

A: lower

goal 5 1870 1900105
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Did they get one?

goal 5 1870 1900106
Goal 5: 1870-1900

Q: Did they get one?

A: nope.

goal 6 1890 1914
Goal 6: 1890-1914
  • The learner will analyze causes and effects of the US emergence as a world power.
goal 6 1890 19141
Goal 6: 1890-1914

Q: For what historical feat are Orville and Wilbur Wright famous?

goal 6 1890 19142
Goal 6: 1890-1914

Q: For what historical feat are Orville and Wilbur Wright famous?

A: The first airplane flight

goal 6
Goal 6

Q: In what industry did William Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer compete for sales?

goal 61
Goal 6

Q: In what industry did William Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer compete for sales?

A: Newspapers

goal 62
Goal 6

Q: What black leader founded Tuskegee Institute which taught farming and domestic service?

goal 63
Goal 6

Q: What black leader founded Tuskegee Institute which taught farming and domestic service?

A: Booker T. Washington

goal 64
Goal 6

Q: What black leader led the Niagara Movement to establish the NAACP?

goal 65
Goal 6

Q: What black leader led the Niagara Movement to establish the NAACP?

A: W.E.B. DuBois

goal 66
Goal 6

Q: What group was lynched for not upholding rules of “etiquette”?

goal 67
Goal 6

Q: What group was lynched for not upholding rules of “etiquette”?

A: African Americans

goal 68
Goal 6

Q: What is it called when stronger nations control weaker ones militarily, politically, or economically?

goal 69
Goal 6

Q: What is it called when stronger nations control weaker ones militarily, politically, or economically?

A: imperialism

goal 610
Goal 6

Q: Through imperialism, what type of goods did we hope to get from smaller countries?

goal 611
Goal 6

Q: Through imperialism, what type of goods did we hope to get from smaller countries?

A: raw materials

goal 612
Goal 6

Q: Through imperialism, what type of goods did we hope to sell to smaller countries?

goal 613
Goal 6

Q: Through imperialism, what type of goods did we hope to sell to smaller countries?

A: manufactured goods

goal 614
Goal 6

Q: What did imperialists assume about their culture compared to the cultures in poorer nations?

goal 615
Goal 6

Q: What did US imperialists assume about our culture compared to the cultures in poorer nations?

A: Our culture was superior and we needed to “civilize and christianize” them.

goal 616
Goal 6

Q: What three goals did Admiral Alfred Mahan lay out for American imperialists?

goal 617
Goal 6

Q: What three goals did Admiral Alfred Mahan lay out for American imperialists?

A: take islands for naval bases, a canal in Central America, and an expanded navy

goal 618
Goal 6

Q: Why did American investors in Hawaii get upset when tariffs were raised in the Gilded Age?

goal 619
Goal 6

Q: Why did American investors in Hawaii get upset when tariffs were raised in the Gilded Age?

A: It would make it harder for them to sell sugar in the U.S.

goal 620
Goal 6

Q: What was the long-term way for the investors to avoid the tariff?

goal 621
Goal 6

Q: What was the long-term way for the investors to avoid the tariff?

A: take over Hawaii and make it part of the US

goal 622
Goal 6

Q: What naval base did we build in Hawaii after taking it over?

goal 623
Goal 6

Q: What naval base did we build in Hawaii after taking it over?

A: Pearl Harbor

goal 624
Goal 6

Q: Where did Jose Marti lead a revolution that was supported by some Americans?

goal 625
Goal 6

Q: Where did Jose Marti lead a revolution that was supported by some Americans?

A: Cuba

goal 626
Goal 6

Q: What did Spanish Minister DeLome do that leaked to the press and led to anti-Spanish feelings in the US?

goal 627
Goal 6

Q: What did Spanish Minister DeLome do that leaked to the press and led to anti-Spanish feelings in the US?

A: He insulted our president

goal 628
Goal 6

Q: The explosion of what ship led us to declare war on Spain?

goal 629
Goal 6

Q: The explosion of what ship led us to declare war on Spain?

A: The U.S.S. Maine

goal 630
Goal 6

Q: In what two countries was the Spanish American War fought?

goal 631
Goal 6

Q: In what two countries was the Spanish American War fought?

A:The Philippines and Cuba

goal 632
Goal 6

Q: What was the name of the cavalry regiment Teddy Roosevelt led in Cuba?

goal 633
Goal 6

Q: What was the name of the cavalry regiment Teddy Roosevelt led in Cuba?

A: The Rough Riders

goal 634
Goal 6

Q: Who won the Spanish American War?

goal 635
Goal 6

Q: Who won the Spanish American War?

A: The United States

goal 636
Goal 6

Q: What colonies did we get in the treaty?

goal 637
Goal 6

Q: What colonies did we get in the treaty?

A: The Philippines and Puerto Rico

goal 638
Goal 6

Q: What country became independent in name, though really it was a US protectorate?

goal 639
Goal 6

Q: What country became independent in name, though really it was a US protectorate?

A: Cuba

goal 640
Goal 6

Q: What was the Philippine reaction to our taking them as a colony?

goal 641
Goal 6

Q: What was the Philippine reaction to our taking them as a colony?

A: They revolted and we fought them for 3 years.

goal 642
Goal 6

Q: What country had Europe divided into areas different countries controlled, called “spheres of influence”?

goal 643
Goal 6

Q: What country had Europe divided into areas different countries controlled, called “spheres of influence”?

A:China

goal 644
Goal 6

Q: What policy did we declare to make sure China didn’t get carved up by Europe as Africa had been?

goal 645
Goal 6

Q: What policy did we declare to make sure China didn’t get carved up by Europe as Africa had been?

A: The Open Door Policy

goal 646
Goal 6

Q: Who did Japan and Russia ask to come settle a war they were engaged in?

goal 647
Goal 6

Q: Who did Japan and Russia ask to come settle a war they were engaged in?

A: Our president, Teddy Roosevelt

goal 648
Goal 6

Q: What president is most credited for getting the Panama Canal built?

goal 649
Goal 6

Q: What president is most credited for getting the Panama Canal built?

A: Teddy Roosevelt

goal 650
Goal 6

Q: We supported Panama in rebelling against what country so we could build it?

goal 651
Goal 6

Q: We supported Panama in rebelling against what country so we could build it?

A: Colombia

goal 652
Goal 6

Q: What president said, “Speak softly, but carry a big stick”?

goal 653
Goal 6

Q: What president said, “Speak softly, but carry a big stick”?

A: Teddy Roosevelt

goal 654
Goal 6

Q: What president practice “Dollar Diplomacy”, using loans and pro business policies to achieve our goals in Central and South America?

goal 655
Goal 6

Q: What president practice “Dollar Diplomacy”, using loans and pro business policies to achieve our goals in Central and South America?

A: William Howard Taft

goal 656
Goal 6

Q: What president tried to insure the spread of democracy through his “Missionary Diplomacy”?

goal 657
Goal 6

Q: What president tried to insure the spread of democracy through his “Missionary Diplomacy”?

A: Woodrow Wilson

goal 658
Goal 6

Q: Through what country did we “wear out our welcome”, on a manhunt for Pancho Villa?

goal 659
Goal 6

Q: Through what country did we “wear out our welcome”, on a manhunt for Pancho Villa?

A: Mexico

goal 7 1900 1920
Goal 7: 1900-1920
  • The learner will analyze the economic, political, and social reform of the Progressive period.
goal 7
Goal 7

Q: Journalists who exposed what was wrong in society during the Progressive era were called . . .

goal 71
Goal 7

Q: Journalists who exposed what was wrong in society during the Progressive era were called . . .

A: muckrakers

goal 72
Goal 7

Q: Who was the leader of the Socialist party during the early 1900s?

goal 73
Goal 7

Q: Who was the leader of the Socialist party during the early 1900s?

A: Eugene Debs

goal 74
Goal 7

Q: Why didn’t business owners like Progressives?

goal 75
Goal 7

Q: Why didn’t business owners like Progressives?

A: They called for business regulations.

goal 76
Goal 7

Q: What was made legal by the 16th amendment?

goal 77
Goal 7

Q: What was made legal by the 16th amendment?

A: the income tax

goal 78
Goal 7

Q: What did the 17th amendment say?

goal 79
Goal 7

Q: What did the 17th amendment say?

A: Senators would be directly elected.

goal 710
Goal 7

Q: What amendment banned alcohol in the US, and which one made it legal again?

goal 711
Goal 7

Q: What amendment banned alcohol in the US, and which one made it legal again?

A: 18th and 21st

goal 712
Goal 7

Q: What did the 19th amendment say?

goal 713
Goal 7

Q: What did the 19th amendment say?

A: Women can vote

goal 714
Goal 7

Q: What are two other words for voting?

goal 715
Goal 7

Q: What are two other words for voting?

A: franchise and suffrage

goal 716
Goal 7

Q: What is it called when everyone in a political party picks a candidate?

goal 717
Goal 7

Q: What is it called when everyone in a political party picks a candidate?

A: a primary

goal 718
Goal 7

Q: What is it called when all the people vote on a law, not just the legislators?

goal 719
Goal 7

Q: What is it called when all the people vote on a law, not just the legislators?

A: a referendum

goal 720
Goal 7

Q: What is it called when people suggest laws to be passed, not just legislators?

goal 721
Goal 7

Q: What is it called when people suggest laws to be passed, not just legislators?

A: the initiative

goal 722
Goal 7

Q: Through what process can you remove an official from office before the end of their term?

goal 723
Goal 7

Q: Through what process can you remove an official from office before the end of their term?

A: recall

goal 724
Goal 7

Q: What president promised the American people a “square deal”?

goal 725
Goal 7

Q: What president promised the American people a “square deal”?

A: Teddy Roosevelt

goal 726
Goal 7

Q: In the Pennsylvania Coal Strike, did Teddy Roosevelt side with labor or mine owners?

goal 727
Goal 7

Q: In the Pennsylvania Coal Strike, did Teddy Roosevelt side with labor or mine owners?

A: labor unions

goal 728
Goal 7

Q: Did Teddy Rooevelt bust all trusts, some trusts, or no trusts?

goal 729
Goal 7

Q: Did Teddy Rooevelt bust all trusts, some trusts, or no trusts?

A: He busted the “bad” ones

goal 730
Goal 7

Q: The Elkins and Hepburn acts regulated what industry?

goal 731
Goal 7

Q: The Elkins and Hepburn acts regulated what industry?

A: railroads

goal 732
Goal 7

Q: What laws did Teddy Roosevelt pass that protected consumers?

goal 733
Goal 7

Q: What laws did Teddy Roosevelt pass that protected consumers?

A: The Meat Inspection and Food and Drug Acts

goal 734
Goal 7

Q: What did Teddy Roosevelt want to conserve?

goal 735
Goal 7

Q: What did Teddy Roosevelt want to conserve?

A: American forests and natural resources

goal 736
Goal 7

Q: Who did he appoint to lead the National Forest Service that Taft later fired?

goal 737
Goal 7

Q: Who did he appoint to lead the National Forest Service that Taft later fired?

A: Gifford Pinchot

goal 738
Goal 7

Q: Who did Roosevelt “hand pick” to be his successor?

goal 739
Goal 7

Q: Who did Roosevelt “hand pick” to be his successor?

A: William Howard Taft

goal 740
Goal 7

Q: Did Taft’s Payne Aldrich tariff significantly lower the tariff, as poor people wanted?

goal 741
Goal 7

Q: Did Taft’s Payne Aldrich tariff significantly lower the tariff, as poor people wanted?

A: No, it only lowered taxes on bird seed, animal hides, and sea moss.

goal 742
Goal 7

Q: In what area did Taft exceed Teddy Roosevelt in being progressive?

goal 743
Goal 7

Q: In what area did Taft exceed Teddy Roosevelt in being progressive?

A: he busted 90 trusts to TR’s 44

goal 744
Goal 7

Q: In the election of 1912, what two men split the Republican vote?

goal 745
Goal 7

Q: In the election of 1912, what two men split the Republican vote?

A: Taft and Roosevelt

goal 746
Goal 7

Q: What third party did Roosevelt help found?

goal 747
Goal 7

Q: What third party did Roosevelt help found?

A: The Bull Moose or Progressive Party

goal 748
Goal 7

Q: Who won the election with his promise of “New Freedom”?

goal 749
Goal 7

Q: Who won the election with his promise of “New Freedom”?

A: Woodrow Wilson

goal 750
Goal 7

Q: The Clayton Antitrust Act said that the Sherman Antitrust Act could not be used to bust __________.

goal 751
Goal 7

Q: The Clayton Antitrust Act said that the Sherman Antitrust Act could not be used to bust __________.

A: unions

goal 752
Goal 7

Q: Once the Underwood Tariff significantly lowered tariffs, how would the US government get $?

goal 753
Goal 7

Q: Once the Underwood Tariff significantly lowered tariffs, how would the US government get $?

A: income taxes

goal 754
Goal 7

Q: How did Wilson finally solve the money supply problem that had plagued the nation since its founding?

goal 755
Goal 7

Q: How did Wilson finally solve the money supply problem that had plagued the nation since its founding?

A: He founded the Federal Reserve

goal 756
Goal 7

Q: To what cause were Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Stanton and Carrie Chapman Catt dedicated?

goal 757
Goal 7

Q: To what cause were Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Stanton and Carrie Chapman Catt dedicated?

A: women’s suffrage (voting)

goal 8
Goal 8
  • The learner will analyze US involvement in WWI and the war’s influence on international affairs during the 1920’s.
goal 8 1914 1930
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: Instead of racially, how do Europeans tend to socially divide themselves?

goal 8 1914 19301
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: Instead of racially, how do Europeans tend to socially divide themselves?

A: ethnically

goal 8 1914 19302
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What ethnic group was “trapped” in Austria-Hungary and wanted to have their own nation?

goal 8 1914 19303
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What ethnic group was “trapped” in Austria-Hungary and wanted to have their own nation?

A: the Serbs

goal 8 1914 19304
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: A scramble for colonies, or imperialism , led to tensions on this continent.

goal 8 1914 19305
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: A scramble for colonies, or imperialism , led to tensions on this continent.

A: Europe

goal 8 1914 19306
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What nations allied as the Triple Entente?

goal 8 1914 19307
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What nations allied as the Triple Entente?

A: Britain, France and Russia

goal 8 1914 19308
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What was the name of the other alliance, including Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy?

goal 8 1914 19309
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What was the name of the other alliance, including Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy?

A: the Triple Alliance

goal 8 1914 193010
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: The assassination of Archduke Ferdinand led what country to come to the defense of the Serbs in Austria-Hungary?

goal 8 1914 193011
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: The assassination of Archduke Ferdinand led what country to come to the defense of the Serbs in Austria-Hungary?

A: Russia

goal 8 1914 193012
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What war tactic led to a stalemate on the Western front?

goal 8 1914 193013
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What war tactic led to a stalemate on the Western front?

A: trench warfare

goal 8 1914 193014
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What innovation in naval warfare did the Germans rely upon?

goal 8 1914 193015
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What innovation in naval warfare did the Germans rely upon?

A: submarines, called u-boats

goal 8 1914 193016
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What is the goal of a blockade?

goal 8 1914 193017
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What is the goal of a blockade?

A: to stop trade to the enemy

goal 8 1914 193018
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: 128 Americans died when what British ship was sunk by u-boats?

goal 8 1914 193019
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: 128 Americans died when what British ship was sunk by u-boats?

A: the Lusitania

goal 8 1914 193020
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: Who was President during World War I?

goal 8 1914 193021
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: Who was President during World War I?

A: Woodrow Wilson

goal 8 1914 193022
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: From 1914, after the outbreak of war, until 1917, what was the U.S. position in the war?

goal 8 1914 193023
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: From 1914, after the outbreak of war, until 1917, what was the U.S. position in the war?

A: We were neutral

goal 8 1914 193024
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: In the Zimmerman Note, Germany sought an alliance with what country against the US?

goal 8 1914 193025
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: In the Zimmerman Note, Germany sought an alliance with what country against the US?

A: Mexico

goal 8 1914 193026
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What was Wilson’s response to the Zimmerman Note?

goal 8 1914 193027
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What was Wilson’s response to the Zimmerman Note?

A: He asked Congress to declare war.

goal 8 1914 193028
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: The Selective Service Act provided _________ for the war effort?

goal 8 1914 193029
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: The Selective Service Act provided _________ for the war effort?

A: soldiers

goal 8 1914 193030
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What was the goal of the convoy system?

goal 8 1914 193031
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What was the goal of the convoy system?

A: To get supply ships across the Atlantic

goal 8 1914 193032
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: Who was the American commander during WWI?

goal 8 1914 193033
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: Who was the American commander during WWI?

A: John J. Pershing

goal 8 1914 193034
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What one direction did Wilson give Pershing about his conduct of the war?

goal 8 1914 193035
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What one direction did Wilson give Pershing about his conduct of the war?

A: Don’t let American soldiers be commanded by foreigners

goal 8 1914 193036
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What new weapons were used in WWI?

goal 8 1914 193037
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What new weapons were used in WWI?

A: tanks, gas, big bertha cannons, machine guns

goal 8 1914 193038
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: Why is capitalism tricky when it comes to war production?

goal 8 1914 193039
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: Why is capitalism tricky when it comes to war production?

A: The government does not directly control factories

goal 8 1914 193040
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What agency was founded to solve this problem?

goal 8 1914 193041
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What agency was founded to solve this problem?

A: The War Industries Board

goal 8 1914 193042
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: The movement of blacks to Northern cities was called what?

goal 8 1914 193043
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: The movement of blacks to Northern cities was called what?

A: The Great Migration

goal 8 1914 193044
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What was the goal of the War Labor Board?

goal 8 1914 193045
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What was the goal of the War Labor Board?

A: To stop strikes

goal 8 1914 193046
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What was effect of the Food Administration on the US food supply?

goal 8 1914 193047
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What was effect of the Food Administration on the US food supply?

A: it doubled the food supply

goal 8 1914 193048
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: Who led the Food Administration, and his presidency would later be plagued by farm overproduction?

goal 8 1914 193049
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: Who led the Food Administration, and his presidency would later be plagued by farm overproduction?

A: Herbert Hoover

goal 8 1914 193050
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: Name two ways we funded the war effort.

goal 8 1914 193051
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: Name two ways we funded the war effort.

A: Raised taxes and selling bonds

goal 8 1914 193052
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What was the goal of the Committee on Public Information?

goal 8 1914 193053
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What was the goal of the Committee on Public Information?

A: to spread pro-war information

goal 8 1914 193054
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: The Espionage and Sedition Acts made it illegal to do what?

goal 8 1914 193055
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: The Espionage and Sedition Acts made it illegal to do what?

A: speak against the war

goal 8 1914 193056
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: This limit on free speech was upheld by what court ruling?

goal 8 1914 193057
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: This limit on free speech was upheld by what court ruling?

A:Schenck v. U.S.

goal 8 1914 193058
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What was Wilson’s Plan for postwar peace called?

goal 8 1914 193059
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What was Wilson’s Plan for postwar peace called?

A: The Fourteen Points

goal 8 1914 193060
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: How receptive were our allies to his peaceful vision for the postwar world?

goal 8 1914 193061
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: How receptive were our allies to his peaceful vision for the postwar world?

A: Not very, they wanted to punish Germany

goal 8 1914 193062
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: Which one of Wilson’s Fourteen Points made it into the Treaty of Versailles?

goal 8 1914 193063
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: Which one of Wilson’s Fourteen Points made it into the Treaty of Versailles?

A:A League of Nations

goal 8 1914 193064
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What Senator led the opposition to the treaty once Wilson sought approval?

goal 8 1914 193065
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What Senator led the opposition to the treaty once Wilson sought approval?

A: Henry Cabot Lodge

goal 8 1914 193066
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What unexpected event hampered Wilson’s ability to lobby for the treaty?

goal 8 1914 193067
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: What unexpected event hampered Wilson’s ability to lobby for the treaty?

A:He had a stroke

goal 8 1914 193068
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: Did the US ever sign the treaty or join the League of Nations?

goal 8 1914 193069
Goal 8: 1914-1930

Q: Did the US ever sign the treaty or join the League of Nations?

A: No.

goal 9 1919 1939
Goal 9: 1919-1939
  • The learner will appraise the economic, social and political changes of the decades of “The Twenties” and “The Thirties”.
goal 9 1919 19391
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: During the “Red Scare”, what were Americans afraid of?

goal 9 1919 19392
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: During the “Red Scare”, what were Americans afraid of?

A: communism

goal 9 1919 19393
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: In what type of economic system does the government take over and run some major industries?

goal 9 1919 19394
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: In what type of economic system does the government take over and run some major industries?

A: socialism

goal 9 1919 19395
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Who did Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer raid (and in some cases deport) in the Palmer Raids?

goal 9 1919 19396
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Who did Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer raid (and in some cases deport) in the Palmer Raids?

A: suspected communists

goal 9 1919 19397
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What organization flourished in the 1920s and expanded its target to include Jews, Catholics and “radicals”?

goal 9 1919 19398
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What organization flourished in the 1920s and expanded its target to include Jews, Catholics and “radicals”?

A: The Ku Klux Klan

goal 9 1919 19399
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What was the general attitude towards unions and strikes in the 1920s?

goal 9 1919 193910
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What was the general attitude towards unions and strikes in the 1920s?

A: Negative. People saw these as a first step towards communist revolution.

goal 9 1919 193911
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Why did critics of the government think Sacco and Vanzetti were really executed in the 1920s?

goal 9 1919 193912
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Why did critics of the government think Sacco and Vanzetti were really executed in the 1920s?

A: They were immigrants who held “radical” political beliefs.

goal 9 1919 193913
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Which president was elected in 1920, promising a “Return to Normalcy” to the American people?

goal 9 1919 193914
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Which president ws elected in 1920, promising a “Return to Normalcy” to the American people?

A: Warren G. Harding

goal 9 1919 193915
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What surprising thing happened after the agreements signed at the Washington Naval Conference?

goal 9 1919 193916
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What surprising thing happened after the agreements signed at the Washington Naval Conference?

A: Countries actually destroyed naval ships to be in compliance with the arms limitation treaty.

goal 9 1919 193917
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Sixty + nations eventually agreed to the Kellogg Briand Pact, outlawing ______.

goal 9 1919 193918
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Sixty + nations eventually agreed to the Kellogg Briand Pact, outlawing ______.

A: war

goal 9 1919 193919
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Did tariffs rise or fall in the 1920s?

goal 9 1919 193920
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Did tariffs rise or fall in the 1920s?

A: rise, dampening foreign trade

goal 9 1919 193921
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: In the Dawes Plan, who loaned Germany money, to pay Britain and France, to pay the US?

goal 9 1919 193922
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: In the Dawes Plan, who loaned Germany money, to pay Britain and France, to pay the US?

A: American investors

goal 9 1919 193923
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What was the goal of the Emergency Quota Act?

goal 9 1919 193924
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What was the goal of the Emergency Quota Act?

A: cut immigration

goal 9 1919 193925
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Whose presidency was tainted by the Teapot Dome Scandal, despite the fact he had died in office?

goal 9 1919 193926
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Whose presidency was tainted by the Teapot Dome Scandal, despite the fact he had died in office?

A: Warren G. Harding

goal 9 1919 193927
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Which president of the 20s famously said, “ The business of America is business.”?

goal 9 1919 193928
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Which president of the 20s famously said, “ The business of America is business.”?

A: Calvin Coolidge

goal 9 1919 193929
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What growing popularity of what invention led to urban sprawl?

goal 9 1919 193930
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What growing popularity of what invention led to urban sprawl?

A: the automobile

goal 9 1919 193931
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Who revolutionized the auto industry with the assembly line, the cheaper Model A, and paid his workers $5 a day?

goal 9 1919 193932
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Who revolutionized the auto industry with the assembly line, the cheaper Model A, and paid his workers $5 a day?

A: Henry Ford

goal 9 1919 193933
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: The outgrowth of electricity led to the availability of what new consumer products?

goal 9 1919 193934
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: The outgrowth of electricity led to the availability of what new consumer products?

A: Household appliances like toasters, washers, vacuums

goal 9 1919 193935
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: How could lower income people afford all these new products?

goal 9 1919 193936
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: How could lower income people afford all these new products?

A: Through the installment plans now available.

goal 9 1919 193937
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: By the 1920s, half the country lived in urban areas, and half the country lived in __________ areas.

goal 9 1919 193938
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: By the 1920s, half the country lived in urban areas, and half the country lived in __________ areas.

A: rural

goal 9 1919 193939
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What things did urban women do that rural women did not?

goal 9 1919 193940
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What things did urban women do that rural women did not?

A: casually date, smoke, drink, cut their hair, wear makeup

goal 9 1919 193941
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What were these stereotypically urban women called?

goal 9 1919 193942
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What were these stereotypically urban women called?

A: flappers

goal 9 1919 193943
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What did bootleggers do?

goal 9 1919 193944
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What did bootleggers do?

A: Make, sell and transport illegal alcohol

goal 9 1919 193945
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What happened at speakeasies?

goal 9 1919 193946
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What happened at speakeasies?

A: people drank illegal alcohol

goal 9 1919 193947
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What groups controlled the illegal alcohol trade?

goal 9 1919 193948
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What groups controlled the illegal alcohol trade?

A: Gangs and organized crime bosses like Al Capone of Chicago

goal 9 1919 193949
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What two conflicting ideas clashed in the Scopes Trial in Dayton, TN?

goal 9 1919 193950
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What two conflicting ideas clashed in the Scopes Trial in Dayton, TN?

A: Creationism v. Evolution

goal 9 1919 193951
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Who was the first man to fly solo across the Atlantic?

goal 9 1919 193952
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Who was the first man to fly solo across the Atlantic?

A: Charles Lindbergh

goal 9 1919 193953
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Who wrote “The Great Gatsby” in the 1920s?

goal 9 1919 193954
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Who wrote “The Great Gatsby” in the 1920s?

A: F. Scott Fitzgerald

goal 9 1919 193955
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Who was the most famous sports icon of the 1920s?

goal 9 1919 193956
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Who was the most famous sports icon of the 1920s?

A: Babe Ruth

goal 9 1919 193957
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: A flowering and celebration of black culture in urban areas became known as . . .

goal 9 1919 193958
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: A flowering and celebration of black culture in urban areas became known as . . .

A: The Harlem Renaissance

goal 9 1919 193959
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Name one famous black poet or writer from the Harlem Renaissance.

goal 9 1919 193960
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Name one famous black poet or writer from the Harlem Renaissance.

A: Langston Hughes, Countee Cullen, Zora Neale Hurston, James Baldwin . . .

goal 9 1919 193961
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Name one famous musician, singer or actor from the Harlem Renaissance.

goal 9 1919 193962
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Name one famous musician, singer or actor from the Harlem Renaissance.

A: Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Paul Robeson, Bessie Smith

goal 9 1919 193963
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Who was the most famous white silent film star of the era?

goal 9 1919 193964
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Who was the most famous white silent film star of the era?

A: Charlie Chaplain

goal 9 1919 193965
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What was new in advertising in the 1920s?

goal 9 1919 193966
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What was new in advertising in the 1920s?

A: Billboards, slogans, national brand names

goal 9 1919 193967
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Was an anti – lynching law ever passed in the United States?

goal 9 1919 193968
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Was an anti – lynching law ever passed in the United States?

A: no

goal 9 1919 193969
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What charismatic black leader advocated that blacks go “Back to Africa”?

goal 9 1919 193970
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What charismatic black leader advocated that blacks go “Back to Africa”?

A: Marcus Garvey

goal 9 1919 193971
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What problem plagued farmers in the 1920s and contributed to the Great Depression?

goal 9 1919 193972
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What problem plagued farmers in the 1920s and contributed to the Great Depression?

A: overproduction

goal 9 1919 193973
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What does buying stock “on margin” mean?

goal 9 1919 193974
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What does buying stock “on margin” mean?

A: you borrow money to buy it.

goal 9 1919 193975
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What caused global trade to slow in the 1920s?

goal 9 1919 193976
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What caused global trade to slow in the 1920s?

A: a high tariff

goal 9 1919 193977
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Who was president when the Great Depression started?

goal 9 1919 193978
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Who was president when the Great Depression started?

A: Herbert Hoover

goal 9 1919 193979
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What did his philosophy of “rugged individualism” mean?

goal 9 1919 193980
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What did his philosophy of “rugged individualism” mean?

A: The gov’t. will not create programs to directly aid the poor.

goal 9 1919 193981
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What one building project did Hoover fund to create jobs?

goal 9 1919 193982
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What one building project did Hoover fund to create jobs?

A: The Boulder Dam (later called Hoover)

goal 9 1919 193983
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: If not people, who did the Reconstruction Finance Corp. loan money to?

goal 9 1919 193984
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: If not people, who did the Reconstruction Finance Corp. loan money to?

A: banks and businesses

goal 9 1919 193985
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What group of people made up the “Bonus Army”?

goal 9 1919 193986
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What group of people made up the “Bonus Army”?

A: WWI veterans

goal 9 1919 193987
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What did they want from the government?

goal 9 1919 193988
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What did they want from the government?

A: Their pension check early

goal 9 1919 193989
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: When Congress refused to pay the bonuses, how did they get the vets to leave the nation’s capital?

goal 9 1919 193990
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: When Congress refused to pay the bonuses, how did they get the vets to leave the nation’s capital?

A: The army attacked and tear gassed them.

goal 9 1919 193991
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Who was elected in 1932 and three more times after that?

goal 9 1919 193992
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Who was elected in 1932 and three more times after that?

A: Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR)

goal 9 1919 193993
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What institutions did FDR close, inspect and reopen, if possible, 3 days later?

goal 9 1919 193994
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What institutions did FDR close, inspect and reopen, if possible, 3 days later?

A: banks

goal 9 1919 193995
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Who made up FDR’s “Brain Trust”?

goal 9 1919 193996
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Who made up FDR’s “Brain Trust”?

A: Professors and intellectuals that advised FDR

goal 9 1919 193997
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: When listening to FDR’s fireside chats, what were you listening to?

goal 9 1919 193998
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: When listening to FDR’s fireside chats, what were you listening to?

A: a radio

goal 9 1919 193999
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What agency paid farmers to not plant?

goal 9 1919 1939100
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What agency paid farmers to not plant?

A: The AAA

goal 9 1919 1939101
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What agency encouraged businesses to form government approved trusts?

goal 9 1919 1939102
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What agency encouraged businesses to form government approved trusts?

A: the NRA

goal 9 1919 1939103
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What agency created jobs for young men in outdoor projects?

goal 9 1919 1939104
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What agency created jobs for young men in outdoor projects?

A: the CCC

goal 9 1919 1939105
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: The FERA would be replaced by this program that provides monthly payments for the handicapped, orphaned and elderly. . .

goal 9 1919 1939106
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: The FERA would be replaced by this program that provides monthly payments for the handicapped, orphaned and elderly.

A: Social Security

goal 9 1919 1939107
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: This agency brought electrical power and jobs to the Appalachian region.

goal 9 1919 1939108
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: This agency brought electrical power and jobs to the Appalachian region

A: the TVA

goal 9 1919 1939109
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: This “second” new deal agency created jobs in construction and arts.

goal 9 1919 1939110
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: This “second” new deal agency created jobs in construction and arts.

A: The WPA

goal 9 1919 1939111
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What two New Deal agencies were declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court?

goal 9 1919 1939112
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What two New Deal agencies were declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court?

A: The NRA and AAA

goal 9 1919 1939113
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: How did FDR try to defend against a hostile Supreme Court?

goal 9 1919 1939114
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: How did FDR try to defend against a hostile Supreme Court?

A: He suggested we change the # of justices and he would appoint the new ones

goal 9 1919 1939115
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Did Congress approve the “courtpacking plan”?

goal 9 1919 1939116
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Did Congress approve the “courtpacking plan”?

A: no

goal 9 1919 1939117
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: With laws like the Wagner Act and the National Labor Relations Board, was FDR pro or anti-union?

goal 9 1919 1939118
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: With laws like the Wagner Act and the National Labor Relations Board, was FDR pro or anti-union?

A: pro

goal 9 1919 1939119
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What did the Fair Labor Standards Act provide?

goal 9 1919 1939120
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What did the Fair Labor Standards Act provide?

A: A minimum wage and maximum work week

goal 9 1919 1939121
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What charismatic person and critic of the New Deal started the “Share the Wealth” movement?

goal 9 1919 1939122
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What charismatic person and critic of the New Deal started the “Share the Wealth” movement?

A: Huey Long

goal 9 1919 1939123
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Why didn’t Huey Long defeat FDR in the election of 1936?

goal 9 1919 1939124
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Why didn’t Huey Long defeat FDR in the election of 1936?

A: He was assassinated.

goal 9 1919 1939125
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What “first” did Francis Perkins achieve with FDR’s help?

goal 9 1919 1939126
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What “first” did Francis Perkins achieve with FDR’s help?

A: first woman on the cabinet

goal 9 1919 1939127
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What two things did the Roosevelt’s do to show they cared about black people?

goal 9 1919 1939128
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: What two things did the Roosevelt’s do to show they cared about black people?

A: had an informal “Black Cabinet” and arranged for Marian Anderson to sing at Lincoln Memorial

goal 9 1919 1939129
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Why was FDR unwilling to challenge segregation or pass an anti-lynching law?

goal 9 1919 1939130
Goal 9: 1919-1939

Q: Why was FDR unwilling to challenge segregation or pass an anti-lynching law?

A:He couldn’t alienate white southern Democrats and get re-elected

goal 10 1935 1948
Goal 10: (1935-1948)
  • The learner will analyze U.S. involvement in WWII and the war’s influence on international affairs in following decades.
goal 10 1935 19481
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What economic system does not allow for private ownership of business and provides relative equality but little incentive to work?

goal 10 1935 19482
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What economic system does not allow for private ownership of business and provides relative equality but little incentive to work?

A: communism

goal 10 1935 19483
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: I what economic system does the government own some major businesses, there is a social safety net, but high taxes?

goal 10 1935 19484
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: I what economic system does the government own some major businesses, there is a social safety net, but high taxes?

A: socialism

goal 10 1935 19485
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What governmental system (combined with capitalism) puts government needs above individual rights?

goal 10 1935 19486
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What governmental system (combined with capitalism) puts government needs above individual rights?

A: fascism

goal 10 1935 19487
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Who was the leader of the Soviet Union during WWII?

goal 10 1935 19488
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Who was the leader of the Soviet Union during WWII?

A: Josef Stalin

goal 10 1935 19489
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What political party won majority control in Germany in the 1930s?

goal 10 1935 194810
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What political party won majority control in Germany in the 1930s?

A: the Nazis

goal 10 1935 194811
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Did Hitler gain dictatorial power through a revolution or was it granted to him through a democratic process?

goal 10 1935 194812
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Did Hitler gain dictatorial power through a revolution or was it granted to him through a democratic process?

A: He gained power democratically

goal 10 1935 194813
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What was the first country Germany “took over” by a treaty?

goal 10 1935 194814
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What was the first country Germany “took over” by a treaty?

A: Austria

goal 10 1935 194815
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Though Britain and France tried to appease Hitler with the Munich Pact, he still took over all of this country, including the Sudetenland.

goal 10 1935 194816
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Though Britain and France tried to appease Hitler with the Munich Pact, he still took over all of this country, including the Sudetenland.

A: Czechoslovakia

goal 10 1935 194817
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: The invasion (using “blitzkrieg”) of this country led to the formal start of WWII.

goal 10 1935 194818
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: The invasion (using “blitzkrieg”) of this country led to the formal start of WWII.

A: Poland

goal 10 1935 194819
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What country signed a nonaggression pact with Hitler to divide up Poland?

goal 10 1935 194820
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What country signed a nonaggression pact with Hitler to divide up Poland?

A: Stalin

goal 10 1935 194821
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: After the passage of the Nuremberg Laws, this group was stripped of their civil rights in Germany.

goal 10 1935 194822
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: After the passage of the Nuremberg Laws, this group was stripped of their civil rights in Germany.

A: Jews

goal 10 1935 194823
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: This was the first country Italy’s Mussolini decided to invade.

goal 10 1935 194824
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: This was the first country Italy’s Mussolini decided to invade.

A: Ethiopia

goal 10 1935 194825
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What was the first country Japan invaded?

goal 10 1935 194826
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What was the first country Japan invaded?

A: China

goal 10 1935 194827
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: These laws prevented the U.S. from trading with any nations at war.

goal 10 1935 194828
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: These laws prevented the U.S. from trading with any nations at war.

A: The Neutrality Acts

goal 10 1935 194829
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What major European nation was conquered by Germany in WWII that was not conquered in WWI?

goal 10 1935 194830
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What major European nation was conquered by Germany in WWII that was not conquered in WWI?

A: France

goal 10 1935 194831
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What country in Europe had to fight Nazi Germany alone in the summer of 1940 - mainly through an air war called “the blitz”?

goal 10 1935 194832
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What country in Europe had to fight Nazi Germany alone in the summer of 1940 - mainly through an air war called “the blitz”?

A: Britain

goal 10 1935 194833
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: After growing frustrated with the failure to conquer Britain, Hitler went ahead and attacked this nation, starting a two front war.

goal 10 1935 194834
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: After growing frustrated with the failure to conquer Britain, Hitler went ahead and attacked this nation, starting a two front war.

A: The Soviet Union (USSR)

goal 10 1935 194835
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: When we wanted to sell weapons to nations at war- but remain neutral- we passed this law requiring purchasing nations to pay up front and self transport.

goal 10 1935 194836
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: When we wanted to sell weapons to nations at war- but remain neutral- we passed this law requiring purchasing nations to pay up front and self transport.

A: Cash and Carry

goal 10 1935 194837
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Desperate to aid Britain and the USSR , the US passed this law, stating we would “loan” weapons to them in return for access to naval bases.

goal 10 1935 194838
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Desperate to aid Britain and the USSR , the US passed this law, stating we would “loan” weapons to them in return for access to naval bases.

A: Lend Lease Act

goal 10 1935 194839
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What event led the US to enter the war on the side of Britain and the USSR?

goal 10 1935 194840
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What event led the US to enter the war on the side of Britain and the USSR?

A: The attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii by the Japanese.

goal 10 1935 194841
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Our war aims, summed up in the Atlantic Charter, were eerily similar to what other former president’s plan for peace?

goal 10 1935 194842
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Our war aims, summed up in the Atlantic Charter, were eerily similar to what other former president’s plan for peace?

A: Woodrow Wilson’s 14 Points

goal 10 1935 194843
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What group served in the armed forces for the first time in WWII?

goal 10 1935 194844
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What group served in the armed forces for the first time in WWII?

A: women

goal 10 1935 194845
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What did the Supreme Court rule in the court case Korematsu v. U.S.?

goal 10 1935 194846
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What did the Supreme Court rule in the court case Korematsu v. U.S.?

A: The said Japanese internment was constitutional.

goal 10 1935 194847
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What was the goal of the Office of Price Administration?

goal 10 1935 194848
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What was the goal of the Office of Price Administration?

A: Keep down inflation through rationing

goal 10 1935 194849
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Why was the War Production Board necessary during WWII?

goal 10 1935 194850
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Why was the War Production Board necessary during WWII?

A: In a capitalist economy, the gov’t. can’t tell factories what to produce. So, we had to negotiate and coordinate with them.

goal 10 1935 194851
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: How did we pay for the war?

goal 10 1935 194852
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: How did we pay for the war?

A: Sold bonds and raised taxes

goal 10 1935 194853
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What was the goal of the Manhatten Project?

goal 10 1935 194854
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What was the goal of the Manhatten Project?

A: Produce an atomic weapons

goal 10 1935 194855
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What was the goal of the Selective Service Act?

goal 10 1935 194856
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What was the goal of the Selective Service Act?

A: Get enough soldiers to fight

goal 10 1935 194857
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Why was “Rosie the Riveter “ a startling icon from the period?

goal 10 1935 194858
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Why was “Rosie the Riveter “ a startling icon from the period?

A: Middle class women had not previously worked in physically demanding factory jobs.

goal 10 1935 194859
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: After Pearl Harbor, was it our first priority to defeat Germany or Japan?

goal 10 1935 194860
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: After Pearl Harbor, was it our first priority to defeat Germany or Japan?

A: Germany

goal 10 1935 194861
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Where did we first fight in Europe?

goal 10 1935 194862
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Where did we first fight in Europe?

A: Italy, coming up from North Africa

goal 10 1935 194863
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Where did we attack on D-Day and who was the overall commander of the mission?

goal 10 1935 194864
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Where did we attack on D-Day and who was the overall commander of the mission?

A: Northern France, and Dwight D. Eisenhower

goal 10 1935 194865
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What was the turning point battle in the Soviet Union that achieved victory for the Soviets through the scorched earth policy?

goal 10 1935 194866
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What was the turning point battle in the Soviet Union that achieved victory for the Soviets through the scorched earth policy?

A: The Battle of Stalingrad

goal 10 1935 194867
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Hitler’s final counteroffensive, which failed, was called the Battle of ___________________.

goal 10 1935 194868
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Hitler’s final counteroffensive, which failed, was called the Battle of ___________________.

A: the Bulge

goal 10 1935 194869
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: How did Adolf Hitler die?

goal 10 1935 194870
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: How did Adolf Hitler die?

A: He committed suicide and his body was burned

goal 10 1935 194871
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What American colony had been taken over by the Japanese by May of 1942?

goal 10 1935 194872
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What American colony had been taken over by the Japanese by May of 1942?

A: The Philippines

goal 10 1935 194873
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: The Allied victory Battle of Coral Sea prevented Japan from taking over what continent?

goal 10 1935 194874
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: The Allied victory Battle of Coral Sea prevented Japan from taking over what continent?

A: Australia

goal 10 1935 194875
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What was the “turning point” battle in the Pacific?

goal 10 1935 194876
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What was the “turning point” battle in the Pacific?

A: The Battle of Midway

goal 10 1935 194877
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: The U.S. strategy to take key islands in the Pacific to get close enough to invade Japan was called?

goal 10 1935 194878
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: The U.S. strategy to take key islands in the Pacific to get close enough to invade Japan was called?

A: leapfrogging or island hopping

goal 10 1935 194879
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Through our victory at the Battle of Leyte Gulf, what island did we win?

goal 10 1935 194880
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Through our victory at the Battle of Leyte Gulf, what island did we win?

A: The Philippines

goal 10 1935 194881
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What U.S. general won that battle, accepted the surrender of Japan, and oversaw the rebuilding of Japan ?

goal 10 1935 194882
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What U.S. general won that battle, accepted the surrender of Japan, and oversaw the rebuilding of Japan ?

A: Douglas MacArthur

goal 10 1935 194883
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Who became president when FDR died of natural causes?

goal 10 1935 194884
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Who became president when FDR died of natural causes?

A: Harry Truman

goal 10 1935 194885
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: How did he decide to end the war with Japan?

goal 10 1935 194886
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: How did he decide to end the war with Japan?

A: By dropping atomic bombs on Japan until they unconditionally surrendered

goal 10 1935 194887
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: At the Yalta conference during the war, what did the Allies decide to do with Germany once it was defeated?

goal 10 1935 194888
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: At the Yalta conference during the war, what did the Allies decide to do with Germany once it was defeated?

A: Divide it into four zones, rebuild it, and put it back together

goal 10 1935 194889
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: At the Yalta conference, what did they decide to do with the civil and military leaders of the Axis powers?

goal 10 1935 194890
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: At the Yalta conference, what did they decide to do with the civil and military leaders of the Axis powers?

A: Hold war crimes trials at Nuremberg, Germany

goal 10 1935 194891
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What international organization was set up to replace the League of Nations?

goal 10 1935 194892
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What international organization was set up to replace the League of Nations?

A: The United Nations

goal 10 1935 194893
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Where would it be located?

goal 10 1935 194894
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Where would it be located?

A: New York City

goal 10 1935 194895
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: How many seats did each country get in the general assembly?

goal 10 1935 194896
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: How many seats did each country get in the general assembly?

A: one

goal 10 1935 194897
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Decisions passed in the general assembly go to what body, where one permanent member of that body can veto the whole idea?

goal 10 1935 194898
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: Decisions passed in the general assembly go to what body, where one permanent member of that body can veto the whole idea?

A: The Security Council

goal 10 1935 194899
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What countries (the Allies that won WWII) hold those permanent seats?

goal 10 1935 1948100
Goal 10: (1935-1948)

Q: What countries (the Allies that won WWII) hold those permanent seats?

A: China, France, Russia, the United States, Britain

goal 11 1945 1980
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

The learner will trace economic, political and social developments and assess their significance for the lives of Americans.

goal 11 1945 19801
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: A state of heightened tensions with the USSR without actual fighting was known as . . .

goal 11 1945 19802
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: A state of heightened tensions with the USSR without actual fighting was known as . . .

A: The Cold War

goal 11 1945 19803
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Soviet troops and a lack of elections in this part of the world fueled Cold War tensions after WWII.

goal 11 1945 19804
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Soviet troops and a lack of elections in this part of the world fueled Cold War tensions after WWII.

A: Eastern Europe

goal 11 1945 19805
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: In ideological terms, the U.S, was opposed to the Soviet economic system called _____________________. We favored ________________.

goal 11 1945 19806
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Soviet troops and a lack of elections in this part of the world fueled Cold War tensions after WWII.

A: communism, capitalism

goal 11 1945 19807
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: In terms of governmental systems, the Soviets favored _______________, while we favored _________________.

goal 11 1945 19808
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: In terms of governmental systems, the Soviets favored _______________, while we favored _________________.

A: dictatorship, democracy

goal 11 1945 19809
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: We aided many countries during the post WWII period, since poor people are more likely to be tempted by . . .

goal 11 1945 198010
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: We aided many countries during the post WWII period, since poor people are more likely to be tempted by . .

A: Communism

goal 11 1945 198011
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: The Truman Doctrine said we would aid any country resisting the spread of communism. This became known as _________________ policy.

goal 11 1945 198012
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: The Truman Doctrine said we would aid any country resisting the spread of communism. This became known as _________________ policy.

A: containment

goal 11 1945 198013
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: This plan gave 12.5 billion dollars to Europe, but only Western Europe accepted the money.

goal 11 1945 198014
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: This plan gave 12.5 billion dollars to Europe, but only Western Europe accepted the money.

A: The Marshall Plan

goal 11 1945 198015
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What was the American response when the Soviets cut off the 80 mile road between West Germany and West Berlin?

goal 11 1945 198016
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What was the American response when the Soviets cut off the 80 mile road between West Germany and West Berlin?

A: The Berlin Airlift

goal 11 1945 198017
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Did it succeed in stopping the takeover of West Berlin by communist forces?

goal 11 1945 198018
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Did it succeed in stopping the takeover of West Berlin by communist forces?

A: Yes

goal 11 1945 198019
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What defensive military alliance formed in 1949 in case communist forces attacked the US or our “friends”?

goal 11 1945 198020
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What defensive military alliance formed in 1949 in case communist forces attacked the US or our “friends”?

A: NATO

goal 11 1945 198021
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Who did the US support in the Chinese Civil War with money but not troops?

goal 11 1945 198022
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Who did the US support in the Chinese Civil War with money but not troops?

A: Chiang Kai Shek

goal 11 1945 198023
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Who won the Chinese Civil War?

goal 11 1945 198024
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Who won the Chinese Civil War?

A: Mao Zedong

goal 11 1945 198025
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Where did Chiang Kai Shek flee (and we pretended that place was the “real” China – in terms of their permanent UN seat - until 1970)?

goal 11 1945 198026
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Where did Chiang Kai Shek flee (and we pretended that place was the “real” China – in terms of their permanent UN seat - until 1970)?

A: Taiwan

goal 11 1945 198027
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: How did the Korean War start?

goal 11 1945 198028
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: How did the Korean War start?

A: North Korea (communist) invaded South Korea

goal 11 1945 198029
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: The US and what worldwide organization supported South Korea with troops?

goal 11 1945 198030
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: The US and what worldwide organization supported South Korea with troops?

A: The United Nations (the Soviets were boycotting)

goal 11 1945 198031
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: The presence of troops from what country led Truman to decide to fight a limited war?

goal 11 1945 198032
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: The presence of troops from what country led Truman to decide to fight a limited war?

A: China

goal 11 1945 198033
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Who was fired by Truman when they criticized his position to the press?

goal 11 1945 198034
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Who was fired by Truman when they criticized his position to the press?

A: General Douglas MacArthur

goal 11 1945 198035
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: As a result of that limited war strategy, was communism contained in Korea?

goal 11 1945 198036
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: As a result of that limited war strategy, was communism contained in Korea?

A: yes, South Korea is capitalist and democratic today

goal 11 1945 198037
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Under the Loyalty Review Board, who was required to take oaths promising they were not a communist?

goal 11 1945 198038
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Under the Loyalty Review Board, who was required to take oaths promising they were not a communist?

A: government employees

goal 11 1945 198039
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What group did the House on Un American Activities target as possible communists?

goal 11 1945 198040
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What group did the House on Un American Activities (HUAC) target as possible communists?

A: People in the entertainment industry

goal 11 1945 198041
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Why were the Hollywood Ten jailed?

goal 11 1945 198042
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Why were the Hollywood Ten jailed?

A: They refused to testify before the HUAC.

goal 11 1945 198043
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: For what is Joseph McCarthy infamous?

goal 11 1945 198044
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: For what is Joseph McCarthy infamous?

A: Accusing 205 American gov’t. officials of being communists without evidence

goal 11 1945 198045
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What did the GI Bill provide returning veterans from WWII?

goal 11 1945 198046
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What did the GI Bill provide returning veterans from WWII?

A: A year of unemployment pay, and loans to go to school or start businesses.

goal 11 1945 198047
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What housing trend was introduced by William Levitt in New York to deal with the housing shortage?

goal 11 1945 198048
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What housing trend was introduced by William Levitt in New York to deal with the housing shortage?

A: suburban tract housing

goal 11 1945 198049
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: When rationing ended, prices went up, and wages stayed the same. This led to __________.

goal 11 1945 198050
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: When rationing ended, prices went up, and wages stayed the same. This led to __________.

A: strikes

goal 11 1945 198051
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What two ways did Truman deal with striking workers?

goal 11 1945 198052
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What two ways did Truman deal with striking workers?

A: He threatened to draft them, and he passed the Taft Hartley Act, allowing the president to stop strikes for 80 days.

goal 11 1945 198053
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: When Truman decided to integrate the armed forces, white Southern Democrats formed this party.

goal 11 1945 198054
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: When Truman decided to integrate the armed forces, white Southern Democrats formed this party.

A: The Dixiecrats

goal 11 1945 198055
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Who was the first man to integrate professional baseball?

goal 11 1945 198056
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Who was the first man to integrate professional baseball?

A: Jackie Robinson

goal 11 1945 198057
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What did the Supreme Court rule in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas?

goal 11 1945 198058
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What did the Supreme Court rule in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas?

A: public schools should not be segregated by race

goal 11 1945 198059
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Who was the lawyer for the NAACP that went on to become the first black justice on the Supreme Court?

goal 11 1945 198060
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Who was the lawyer for the NAACP that went on to become the first black justice on the Supreme Court?

A: Thurgood Marshall

goal 11 1945 198061
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Who was the chief justice that wrote the majority opinion?

goal 11 1945 198062
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Who was the chief justice that wrote the majority opinion?

A: Earl Warren

goal 11 1945 198063
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Who were the Little Rock Nine?

goal 11 1945 198064
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Who were the Little Rock Nine?

A: The first black students that attended an all white high school in Little Rock, Arkansas.

goal 11 1945 198065
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: How did Dwight D. Eisenhower deal with Gov. Faubus’s attempt to nullify federal laws requiring integration?

goal 11 1945 198066
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: How did Dwight D. Eisenhower deal with Gov. Faubus’s attempt to nullify federal laws requiring integration?

A: He sent paratroopers to protect the 9 black students

goal 11 1945 198067
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What was the main source of entertainment for families in the 1950s?

goal 11 1945 198068
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What was the main source of entertainment for families in the 1950s?

A: television

goal 11 1945 198069
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What art form did adults see as a threat during this time period?

goal 11 1945 198070
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What art form did adults see as a threat during this time period?

A: rock n’ roll music

goal 11 1945 198071
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: “White flight” was used to describe the movement of ____________ to ______________.

goal 11 1945 198072
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: “White flight” was used to describe the movement of ____________ to ______________.

A: white to suburbs

goal 11 1945 198073
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: The proliferation of _______________ made white flight possible.

goal 11 1945 198074
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: The proliferation of _______________ made white flight possible.

A: automobiles

goal 11 1945 198075
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What was the name given nonconformists and critics of 1950’s society?

goal 11 1945 198076
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What was the name given nonconformists and critics of 1950’s society?

A: the Beatniks

goal 11 1945 198077
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What new way to borrow money became available in the 1950s?

goal 11 1945 198078
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What new way to borrow money became available in the 1950s?

A: credit cards

goal 11 1945 198079
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What major infrastructure improvement did Eisenhower approve during his administration?

goal 11 1945 198080
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What major infrastructure improvement did Eisenhower approve during his administration?

A: The Interstate Highway System

goal 11 1945 198081
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Under Secretary of State John Dulles’ “massive retaliation” policy, we would threaten to use _________ to achieve our foreign policy objectives.

goal 11 1945 198082
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Under Secretary of State John Dulles’ “massive retaliation” policy, we would threaten to use _________ to achieve our foreign policy objectives.

A: nuclear weapons

goal 11 1945 198083
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: The state of high tension / hysteria that resulted from massive retaliation policy is called . . . .

goal 11 1945 198084
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: The state of high tension / hysteria that resulted from massive retaliation policy is called . . . .

A: brinkmanship

goal 11 1945 198085
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: The Soviet launch of ______________ led us to overhaul the U.S. education system.

goal 11 1945 198086
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: The Soviet launch of ______________ led us to overhaul the U.S. education system.

A: Sputnik

goal 11 1945 198087
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Our inability to aid young revolutionaries in this country without starting WWIII led us to question massive retaliation policy.

goal 11 1945 198088
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Our inability to aid young revolutionaries in this country without starting WWIII led us to question massive retaliation policy.

A: Hungary or Czechoslovakia

goal 11 1945 198089
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What agency would increasingly do covert operations to achieve our foreign policy goals?

goal 11 1945 198090
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What agency would increasingly do covert operations to achieve our foreign policy goals?

A: The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

goal 11 1945 198091
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Why was the U.S. embarrassed when a U-2 plane was shot down over the Soviet Union?

goal 11 1945 198092
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Why was the U.S. embarrassed when a U-2 plane was shot down over the Soviet Union?

A: It became clear we were spying

goal 11 1945 198093
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: White southerners formed this party when it became Truman was moving the Democratic party towards desegregation.

goal 11 1945 198094
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: White southerners formed this party when it became Truman was moving the Democratic party towards desegregation.

A: The Dixiecrats

goal 11 1945 198095
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: JFK and Nixon were the first candidates to do this on television.

goal 11 1945 198096
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: JFK and Nixon were the first candidates to do this on television.

A: debate

goal 11 1945 198097
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Kennedy’s “flexible response” plan refers to his strategy to diversify the _____________.

goal 11 1945 198098
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Kennedy’s “flexible response” plan refers to his strategy to diversify the _____________.

A: military

goal 11 1945 198099
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: As a part of this strategy, he created this elite fighting force.

goal 11 1945 1980100
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: As a part of this strategy, he created this elite fighting force.

A: the Green Berets

goal 11 1945 1980101
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Under Keynesian economic theory, to get the economy humming, you lower ______ and raise ____________.

goal 11 1945 1980102
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: As a part of this strategy, he created this elite fighting force.

A: The Green Berets

goal 11 1945 1980103
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: The problem with Keynesian economics is that it can result in this if abused.

goal 11 1945 1980104
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: The problem with Keynesian economics is that it can result in this if abused.

A: debt

goal 11 1945 1980105
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Kennedy founded this agency to help raise the standard of living in poor countries.

goal 11 1945 1980106
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Kennedy founded this agency to help raise the standard of living in poor countries.

A: The Peace Corps

goal 11 1945 1980107
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What goal did Kennedy set for NASA (The National Aeronautical and Space Administration)?

goal 11 1945 1980108
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What goal did Kennedy set for NASA (The National Aeronautical and Space Administration)?

A: to put a man in the moon by 1969

goal 11 1945 1980109
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: The Bay of Pigs was a failed invasion of what communist country during the Kennedy administration?

goal 11 1945 1980110
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: The Bay of Pigs was a failed invasion of what communist country during the Kennedy administration?

A: Cuba

goal 11 1945 1980111
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What was Kennedy’s response to evidence that the Soviets were placing nuclear weapons in Cuba?

goal 11 1945 1980112
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What was Kennedy’s response to evidence that the Soviets were placing nuclear weapons in Cuba?

A: a blockade

goal 11 1945 1980113
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Did he succeed in getting the Soviets to turn their ships around?

goal 11 1945 1980114
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Did he succeed in getting the Soviets to turn their ships around?

A: Yep.

goal 11 1945 1980115
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Why did Kennedy visit West Berlin in 1961?

goal 11 1945 1980116
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: Why did Kennedy visit West Berlin in 1961?

A: To reassure them after the building of the Berlin Wall.

goal 11 1945 1980117
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: The “hot line” connected the White House with __________________.

goal 11 1945 1980118
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: The “hot line” connected the White House with __________________.

A: The Soviet government

goal 11 1945 1980119
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: The Limited Test Ban Treaty signed during the Kennedy administration banned what?

goal 11 1945 1980120
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: The Limited Test Ban Treaty signed during the Kennedy administration banned what?

A: above ground nuclear testing

goal 11 1945 1980121
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What did the Warren Commission conclude about the assassination of president Kennedy?

goal 11 1945 1980122
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What did the Warren Commission conclude about the assassination of president Kennedy?

A: Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone gunman and there was not a conspiracy

goal 11 1945 1980123
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What president passed a large number of laws known as the “Great Society” programs?

goal 11 1945 1980124
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What president passed a large number of laws known as the “Great Society” programs?

A: Lyndon Baines Johnson (LBJ)

goal 11 1945 1980125
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What was LBJ’s greatest achievement related to civil rights?

goal 11 1945 1980126
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What was LBJ’s greatest achievement related to civil rights?

A: passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which banned segregation

goal 11 1945 1980127
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

Q: What was the name of the health care program LBJ passed for the elderly?

goal 11 1945 1980128
Goal 11: (1945-1980)

A: Medicare

Q: What was the name of the health care program LBJ passed for the elderly?