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The Cold War 1945-1990 US vs. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Democracy vs. Communism Capitalism vs. Socialism

The Cold War 1945-1990 US vs. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Democracy vs. Communism Capitalism vs. Socialism

The Cold War 1945-1990 US vs. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Democracy vs. Communism Capitalism vs. Socialism. US/USSR Relationship during WWII. 1939: Stalin (USSR) makes a deal with Hitler (Germany). 1941: Hitler breaks deal and attacks USSR.

By adamdaniel
(477 views)

Grammatical Sentences Workshop

Grammatical Sentences Workshop

Grammatical Sentences Workshop. The Writing Studio Bate 2005. The sentence. A group of words that contains a subject and a verb, and expresses a complete thought. 2 parts: SUBJECT: person, place, thing, or idea that is being talked about in a sentence

By Samuel
(219 views)

Social Studies Review

Social Studies Review

Social Studies Review . Passing The Georgia High School Graduation Test United States History The Great Depression to Now. Stock market Speculation. Speculation- is high risk investment in the hopes of making large returns on their money.

By hieu
(425 views)

History of Television

History of Television

History of Television. Who invented the telegraph? Who invented the telephone? Who invented radio? Who invented television?. History of Television. Electronic media is important because: We spend so much time with it. Only one more daily activity takes up more of our time.

By topper
(312 views)

Roosevelt and the Holocaust

Roosevelt and the Holocaust

Roosevelt and the Holocaust. Mike Spinrad and Dave Fichman San Marin High School Sonoma Valley High California Council for the Social Studies 46th Annual Conference March 2-4, 2007 Oakland, CA. Background Notes Prior To The Lesson.

By nyoko
(213 views)

Chapter 22 Sec 1 Bellringer

Chapter 22 Sec 1 Bellringer

Chapter 22 Sec 1 Bellringer. Their marriage played a vital role in the president’s political career. Eleanor served as Franklin’s “eyes and ears,” and he valued her insight. What were the key events of the presidential election of 1932?

By camdyn
(536 views)

Global Economic Outlook: Bottoming Out Now, Recovery by June 2009

Global Economic Outlook: Bottoming Out Now, Recovery by June 2009

Global Economic Outlook: Bottoming Out Now, Recovery by June 2009. Economics Research and Analytics January 2009. Executive Summary. 1. Indicators point to a bottom. 2. “Fear Index” is reaching a low-point. 3. Rebound to start in June due to massive global response.

By naomi
(173 views)

TVA-Tennessee Valley Authority

TVA-Tennessee Valley Authority

TVA-Tennessee Valley Authority . 1933 By: Whitney Boldan. TVA. The Tennessee Valley Authority passed by congressed on May 18, 1933. President Roosevelt needed ideas to make the New Deal better and to lift the nation out of the Great Depression.

By rich
(188 views)

The Cold War 1945-1990 US vs. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Democracy vs. Communism Capitalism vs. Socialism

The Cold War 1945-1990 US vs. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Democracy vs. Communism Capitalism vs. Socialism

The Cold War 1945-1990 US vs. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Democracy vs. Communism Capitalism vs. Socialism. US/USSR Relationship during WWII. 1939: Stalin (USSR) makes a deal with Hitler (Germany). 1941: Hitler breaks deal and attacks USSR.

By vaughn
(194 views)

Social Studies Review

Social Studies Review

Social Studies Review . Passing The Georgia High School Graduation Test United States History The Great Depression to Now. SSUSH 17 The students will analyze the causes and consequences of the Great Depression.

By randi
(172 views)

AMERICAN GOVERNMENT, 10th edition by Theodore J. Lowi, Benjamin Ginsberg, and Kenneth A. Shepsle

AMERICAN GOVERNMENT, 10th edition by Theodore J. Lowi, Benjamin Ginsberg, and Kenneth A. Shepsle

AMERICAN GOVERNMENT, 10th edition by Theodore J. Lowi, Benjamin Ginsberg, and Kenneth A. Shepsle. Chapter 11: Political Parties. Political parties seek to control the government by electing their members to office and thus by controlling the personnel of government. Parties:

By kovit
(198 views)

Chapter 22 – The New Deal

Chapter 22 – The New Deal

Chapter 22 – The New Deal. Section Notes. Video. The New Deal. Launching the New Deal The Second New Deal Life During the New Deal Analyzing the New Deal. Maps. The Election of 1932. History Close-up. Going to the Movies. Images. Quick Facts. Murals of the New Deal

By chiara
(178 views)

Chapter 12

Chapter 12

Chapter 12. Employee Benefits. Introduction. Employee Benefits. have grown in importance and variety are typically membership-based rewards offered to attract and keep employees do not directly affect a worker’s performance, but inadequate benefits lead to employee dissatisfaction.

By cornelia
(347 views)

Homelessness in America

Homelessness in America

Homelessness in America. Shannon Bacon Joshua Duncan Katie Heid Suzanne Johnson. Homelessness in America. Great Depression Hoovervilles Riding the Rails New Deal Great Society Education Health Care Current Policies, Procedures & Statistics. Homelessness Definitions.

By ainsley
(254 views)

The Election of 1932

The Election of 1932

The Election of 1932. Mr. Dodson. The Election of 1932. How did President Hoover respond to the Great Depression? What did Roosevelt mean when he offered Americans a “New Deal”? Why was the election of 1932 a significant turning point for American politics?. Hoover’s Limited Strategy.

By demi
(606 views)

1930s

1930s

1930s. Mrs. Blosch. 1930s in General. Population: 123,188,000 in 48 states Life Expectancy: Male, 58.1; Female, 61.6 Average salary: $1,368 Unemployment rises to 25% Car Sales: 2,787,400 Food Prices: Milk, 14 cents a qt.; Bread, 9 cents a loaf; Round Steak, 42 cents a pound .

By kylene
(153 views)

How did the Founding Fathers address the government’s problems through the Constitution?

How did the Founding Fathers address the government’s problems through the Constitution?

How did the Founding Fathers address the government’s problems through the Constitution?. LESSON 6 Shaping a New Nation. Why was there a motivation to create a Constitution?. 1787: The Constitutional Convention PURPOSE: Revise the Articles

By denzel
(153 views)

1930’s

1930’s

1930’s. By Cassy . Number of states in the 1930’s. There were only 48 states in the 1930’s, Alaska, and Hawaii Did not join yet. Inventions:.

By mandy
(387 views)

John Adams

John Adams

John Adams. Political Party – Federalist March 4, 1797 – March 4, 1801 Second president of the United States of America. Occupational and Educational Background. Vice Presidents- Thomas Jefferson (1797-1801) Secretary of State-Timothy Pickering (1797-1800) • John Marshall (1800-1801)

By luana
(346 views)

From Grade 6 Social Studies

From Grade 6 Social Studies

Historical Perspective SS-6-H-1: Students will examine how human and physical geography influence past decisions and events. SS-6-H-2: Students will analyze the influence of geographic factors on past decisions and events. Geography

By Albert_Lan
(160 views)

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