Sunday, June 6, 2010

Final Exam Review Terms

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Democratizing 20th Century America


Read Next Chapter in Zinn (surprises) up to Attica Riots
Arthur Sschlesinger: A Thousand Days
unemployment, poverty rates whites/blacks
Lyndon Johnson
Watts, Los Angeles
black migration to the North
Julius Lester
urban riots, 1967
National Advisory Committee on Urban Disorders
"Black Power Movement"
Black Panthers
Civil Rights Rights Act 1968
Vietnam War
King, FBI
COINTELPRO
"black capitalism"
black middles class
socialism
communism
fascism
democracy
capitalism
imperialism
Open Door Policy
Atlantic Charter
Executive Order 9066
WWII
Cold War
Levittown
Truman
Eisenhower
Manhattan Project
ideological realignment
NAACP
Hiroshima/Nagasaki
Red Scare
GI Bill
Korean War
NATO
Warsaw Pact
Brown v. Bd of Ed
Civil Rights Movement
Emmet Till
Rosa Parks
E. D. Nixon
Women and the Civil Rights Movement
James Meredith
Massive Resistance
Smith Act
southern blacks and the communist party
Truman's Committee on Civil Rights
use of Federal Courts
Greensboro, NC
CORE/Freedom Rides
John Kennedy and blacks
SNCC
Mississippi Summer
Executive Order 9835
World Events regarding communism
Anti Colonialism in Africa
Joseph McCarthy
Anti-Communism in the U. S.
Internal Security Act
Julius/Ethel Rosenberg
House Un-American Activities Committee
ACLU
U. S. military expenditures
Guatemala
Fidel Castro/ Bay of Pigs Invasion
U. S. military campaign in Pacific/bombings
U. S. Strategic Bombing Survey
Manhattan Project
Hiroshima
Nagasaki
Role of U. S. in post war world**
Role of Soviet Union in post war world
Greece/Turkey
Truman Doctrine**
Red Scare***
communism in China
Korean War
Joseph McCarthy**
Truman's executive order on loyalty
Julius and Ethel Rosenberg
FAIR Deal
U. S. v One Package
Griswold v Connecticut
Roe v Wade
Schenck v. U. S.

Concepts:
Scramble for Africa
Red Scare
Fascism
Communism
Socialism
Progressivism
Industrial Capitalism
Immigration; types of; policy toward
Class Consciousness; Class solidarity
strike
Events:
Industrial Revolution
WWI
Great Depression
Bolshevik Revolution
Seattle Strike
Women’s Suffrage Movement
Birth Control Movement

Economics:
Economy of the 1920s
Law of Supply and Demand
Labor Union/collective bargaining
Progressivism
People:
Alice Paul
Woodrow Wilson
Upton Sinclair
Jane Addams
Mary Harris
William McKinley
Mother Mary Jones
Ida Tarbell
Kate Richards O’Hare
J. P. Morgan
Andrew Carnegie
Eugene Debbs
Samuel Gompers
Carrie Chapman Catt
Emma Goldman
Helen Keller
Mary Elizabeth Lease
Charles Schenk,
Oliver Wendel Holmes,
Sacco and Vanzetti,

Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points


Espionage Act
Oliver Wendel Holmes
American Protective League
Green Corn Rebellion Palmer Raids
Gregory Pincus
b) Franz Ferdinand
c) James Wadsworth
d) William Jennings Bryan
e) W. E. B. Dubois
f) J. Edgar Hoover
g) John Rock
h) Anthony Comstock
i) William Foster

NAWSA
2. AFL
3. WP
4. IWW
5. WCTU
1. muckraker
2. Silent Sentinel
3. Marxist
4. scab labor
5. collective bargaining
6. imperialism
7. Taylorism
8. Reformist Motherhood
9. Political Motherhood
10. Republican Mothers
11. Socialist Woman
1. mainstream reason cited for U.S. entry into WWI
2. unrestricted submarine warfare
3. Monroe Doctrine
4. Panama Canal
5. Spanish American War
6. The Jungle
19th amendment
General Assembly
Security Council
NATO
Warsaw Pact
IMF
Allies
Axis
WWII
Cold War
open door policy of equal access
Atlantic Charter
Taft-Hartley Act
Nuremberg Trials
Yalta Conference
Francisco Franco
Nikita Khrushchev
Adolph Eichmann
Chiang Kai-shek
Mao Zedong
John L. Lewis
Joseph McCarthy
Walter White
Curtis Le May
Franklin Roosevelt
Strom Thurmond
Bill Levitt
Harry Truman
Eleanor Roosevelt
Dwight Eisenhower
AFL-CIO
containment
Smith Act
George Wallace
G. I. Bill of Rights
conscientious objector
Executive order 9066
CIA/covert action
Greek/Turkish uprisings
Marshall Plan
Joseph McCarthy
Bay of Pigs Invasion
Iron Curtain
Domino Theory
Prince Edward’s County, VA
military industrial complex
ideological realignment
transistor
Smith Act
Levittown
Julius/Ethel Rosenberg
Richard Wright
Stokely Carmichael
Paul Robeson
Massive resistance
W. E. B. DuBois
Medgar Evers
Lyndon Johnson
John F. Kennedy
Richard Nixon
Dwight Eisenhower
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Young Lords Party
Jones Act
Pedro Albizo Campos
Operation Bootstrap
Commonwealth
Taino
Napalm

Ho Chi Minh
Dow Chemical Co
Urban Riots
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Pentagon Papers
Vietnam War
Saigon
John McNaughton
Ngo Diem
National Liberation Front
Gulf of Tonkin Resolution
Mai Lai 4
Tet Offensive
Cambodia
Muhammad Ali
Draft
Anti-war movement
SDS
NAACP
SNCC
CORE
New York Radical Women
WITCH
NOW
Poor Black Woman
Roe vs. Wade
ERA
Our Bodies, Ourselves
Johnnie Tillmon
Counter culture
New Left
Old Left
D├ętente
Prince Edwards County, VA
Covert action/CIA
Martin Luther King
Black Panther Party
Earl Warren
Nikita Khrushchev
Non-aligned nation
Shah/Iran
Barbara Johns
Little Rock, Arkansas
Tom Hayden
Free Speech Movement
Caesar Chavez
Stonewall Riots
Intro 2
Civil Rights Act, 1964
Wounded Knee
Henry Kissinger
Kent State Massacre
Yom Kippur War
George McGovern
OPEC
Poll tax/grandfather clause
Limited Test Ban Treaty
Mattachine Society
Daughter of Bilitis
Liberal Consensus
Betty Friedan
Gloria Steinam
Vietnam Veterans against the War
Vietnamization
Alcatraz Island
Weathermen

1 comment:

Naima Noguera said...

Copeland, you can't put terms up 4 days before we take a FINAL and then include like 30 NEW terms.