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  1. Unit 9 Test Review GPS U.S. History

  2. SSCG 21

  3. Post World War II: Domestic Changes Huge growth of population after WWII from mid 1940s – 1960s? Baby Boom

  4. Post World War II: Domestic Changes Baby Boom contributed to? Levittowns

  5. Post World War II: Domestic Changes First master-planned community in America located on New York’s Long Island? Levittown

  6. Post World War II: Domestic Changes Congressional authorized Construction of a national network of highways to connect every major city in America? Interstate Highway Act

  7. Post World War II: Domestic Changes This was a major reason that Eisenhower pushed for the Interstate Highway Act? National Defense

  8. Post World War II: Domestic Changes The Interstate Highway Act also improve this type of transportation? Travel from Suburbs to City

  9. Post World War II: Domestic Changes For the first time in U.S. History the 1960 Presidential election was influenced by this? Television

  10. Post World War II: Domestic Changes The two candidates in the1960 Presidential debate that was televised? Kennedy/Nixon

  11. Post World War II: Domestic Changes This caused many in the U.S. to become sympathetic to the Civil Rights movement? News Coverage

  12. Post World War II: Domestic Changes This changed communication in the United States from home to home? Personal Computer / Internet

  13. Post World War II: Domestic Changes The Personal Computer (Internet) caused what to happen internationally? Increase in Business

  14. Post World War II: Domestic Changes This improved communication throughout the United States? Cellular Phone

  15. Post World War II: Domestic Changes Cell phone & Personal computer caused this in the United States? Communications Revolution

  16. Post World War II: Domestic Changes This permitted more tolerable working conditions in skyscrapers and other buildings used to conduct business? Air Conditioning

  17. SSCG 22

  18. Post World War II: Domestic Changes U.S. President responsible for integrating the U.S. Military and the Federal Government? President Harry Truman

  19. Post World War II: Domestic Changes Organizing government jobs and military positions regardless of race? Integration

  20. Post World War II: Domestic Changes Harry Truman’s action integrating the federal government? Executive Order 9980

  21. Post World War II: Domestic Changes Harry Truman’s action integrating the U.S. Military? Executive Order 9981

  22. Post World War II: Domestic Changes First African American to integrate professional baseball? Jackie Robinson

  23. Post World War II: Domestic Changes Team Jackie Robinson played for when integrated professional sports? Brooklyn Dodgers

  24. Post World War II: Domestic Changes U.S. Supreme Court decision that integrates Schools throughout the United States? Brown v. Board of Education (1954)

  25. Post World War II: Domestic Changes Browned reversed the decision in this case? Plessy v. Ferguson (1896)

  26. Post World War II: Domestic Changes Plessy established this legal principle? “Separate but Equal” doctrine

  27. Post World War II: Domestic Changes Arkansas Governor that resisted the Brown decision? OrvalFaubus

  28. Post World War II: Domestic Changes Arkansas Governor OrvalFaubus used this to keep black kids from going to school with whites? National Guard

  29. Post World War II: Domestic Changes OrvalFaubus used the National Guard to block black students entrance to this school? Little Rock’s Central High School

  30. Post World War II: Domestic Changes President that reacted to Governor Faubus’ resistance to Brown? President Eisenhower

  31. Post World War II: Domestic Changes President Eisenhower responded this way to Little Rock incident in Arkansas? Forced Integration with U.S. Military

  32. Post World War II: Domestic Changes The Civil Rights leader from Atlanta Georgia? Martin Luther King, Jr.

  33. Post World War II: Domestic Changes Letter written by Martin Luther King, Jr.? Letter from Birmingham Jail

  34. Post World War II: Domestic Changes Letter from Birmingham Jail justified the use of? Disobeying unjust laws as a strategy of social activism

  35. Post World War II: Domestic Changes The disobeying of unjust laws as a strategy of social activism is called? Civil Disobedience

  36. Post World War II: Domestic Changes Martin Luther King, Jr. addressed this group of people in his Letter from Birmingham Jail? White Ministers

  37. Post World War II: Domestic Changes Martin Luther King, Jr. defended use of this in his Letter from Birmingham Jail? Civil Disobedience / Protest & Demonstrations

  38. Post World War II: Domestic Changes Made by MLK, Jr. in Washington, D.C. at the Lincoln Memorial asking for peace and racial harmony? “I have a dream” speech

  39. Post World War II: Domestic Changes Law that prohibited discrimination based on race, religion, national origin, and gender; Ended Jim Crow? Civil Rights Act of 1964

  40. Post World War II: Domestic Changes This motivated Congress to pass the Civil Rights Act of 1964? Assassination of John F. Kennedy

  41. Post World War II: Domestic Changes Outlawed literacy tests and created programs to register minority voters in the South; Justice Department to oversee voting is fair? Voting Rights Act of 1965

  42. Post World War II: Domestic Changes This prohibits segregation in public places? Civil Rights Act of 1964

  43. Post World War II: Domestic Changes Southern resistance to African Americans participation in voting resulted in this? Voting Rights Act of 1965

  44. SSCG 23

  45. Post World War II: Domestic Changes During the 1950’s and 1960s, one of the most liberal Supreme Courts; Issued Brown (1954), Miranda (1963)? Warren Court

  46. Post World War II: Domestic Changes U.S. Supreme Court case that said police must inform suspects of their constitutional rights at the time of arrest? Miranda v. Arizona

  47. Post World War II: Domestic Changes The Warren Court expanded this during the 1950s and the 1960s liberal movement? Individual Rights

  48. Post World War II: Domestic Changes This tragedy happened in 1963 in Dallas Texas, but helped push Civil Rights legislation through Congress in 1964? Assassination of John F. Kennedy

  49. Post World War II: Domestic Changes This Vice President become President of the United States after JFK’s assassination? Lyndon B. Johnson

  50. Post World War II: Domestic Changes President Johnson had this due to the assassination of JFK and used it to push his domestic package through Congress? Political Capital