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  1. Said foreigners had to wait 14 years to become citizensOne could not speak out against the government

  2. Alien and Sedition Acts

  3. Jefferson said we would trade with no one because England and France were bothering our ships (impressment)

  4. Embargo Act

  5. Madison said we would trade with everyone except England and France and embrace the one that stopped bothering our ships (France)

  6. Non-Intercourse Act

  7. Said Maine would be slave and Missouri free to keep a balance in the Senate!Drew a line on the map separating the free and slave states

  8. Missouri Compromise

  9. Said California would be free after the Great Debategave the south a stricter fugitive slave law

  10. Compromise of 1850

  11. Said the states would decide by popular sovereignty if they would be free or slaveCaused “bleeding Kansas”

  12. Kansas Nebraska Act

  13. The government subsidized land for the building of the transcontinental railroad

  14. Pacific Railway Act

  15. Subsidized land and funding for colleges that specialized in agricultureClemson

  16. Morrill Land Grant Act

  17. Divided the south into five military districts during ReconstructionJohnson was impeached to keep him from vetoing it

  18. Military Reconstruction Act

  19. Chinese were forbidden to enter our country for 10 yearsNativism

  20. Chinese Exclusion Act

  21. Established the Civil Service Commission and the Civil Service Examdid away with the Spoils System

  22. Pendleton Act

  23. Hayes promised the South to remove the troops if they voted for him ending Reconstructionresult-Jim Crow Laws/segregation

  24. Compromise of 1877

  25. Gave native Americans reservation land because of Helen Hunt Jackson’s A Century of Dishonor

  26. Dawes Act

  27. Regulated railroad pricesfirst time the government regulated “big business”not Laissez-Faire!

  28. Interstate Commerce Act

  29. Prevented companies from combiningto form trust likeStandard Oil

  30. Sherman Anti-Trust Act

  31. Cleaned up the meat packing industry and food industryTheodore Rooseveltpassed as a result of muckraker Upton Sinclair’s book The Jungle.

  32. Pure Food & Drug Act/Meat Inspection Act

  33. Gave settlers 160 acres of land to go west

  34. Homestead Act

  35. Extended the Sherman Anti-Trust Actprotected workers rights to join Labor Unions

  36. Clayton Anti-Trust Act

  37. Act passed to enhance the protection of the environment

  38. National Environmental Protection Act

  39. Citizens could not speak out against WWI or the government

  40. Sedition Act

  41. Strengthened the 18th Amendment(Prohibition)

  42. Volstead Act

  43. Limited the percentage of immigrants coming into the country

  44. Immigration Act/National Origins Act

  45. Part of the New Deal that insures bank deposits up to 250,000

  46. FDICFederal Deposit Insurance Corporation

  47. Part of New Deal that paid farmers to destroy or not grow cropstoo much supply not enough demand!

  48. AAAAgricultural Adjustment ACT

  49. Part of New Deal that paid young men 18-27 to build an electric dambrought electricity to the southeast!

  50. TVATennessee Valley Authority