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1920s and 1930s Exam

After World War I, why did American farmers fail to share in the general economic growth of the United States? Overproduction and competition caused falling prices. The Harlem Renaissance of the 1920’s was a period when African Americans created noteworthy works of art and literature Public disregard for Prohibition and for laws prohibiting gambling indicates […]

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1920s Jazz Music Flashcards

Louis Armstrong jazz musician from New Orleans who revolutionized music(revolutionary) Buddy Bolden (revolutionary) Original jazz musician who combined European instruments and African rhythms to create a modern sound Sig. Demonstrates revolutionary music created during the 1920’s promoting dancing and promiscuity. Challenges Old Traditions. Jelly Roll Morton (rev) Original jazz musician who promoted the spread of […]

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Modern Real Estate Practice 19th Edition Unit 17 Study Guide True/False

MARKETABLE TITLE At closing, the seller delivers _____ to the property. MORTGAGE DISCLOSURE IMPROVEMENT ACT Under the _____ the timeliness of certain disclosures affects the date of closings. SETTLEMENT COST BOOKLET the ____that provides information on settlement costs must be provided to all real estate loan applicants, if the loan is regulated by RESPA. HUD-1 […]

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1960s History Quiz Answers

Korean War a war between North and South Korea Sputnik First artificial Earth satellite, it was launched by Moscow in 1957 and sparked U.S. fears of Soviet dominance in technology and outer space. It led to the creation of NASA and the space race. Great Society the name given to the programs of President Lyndon […]

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The 1920s

Navitism Prejudice against foreign born people Isolationism A policy of pulling away from involvement in world affairs Communism An economic and political system based on a single party government pulled by dictatorship Anarchists People who opposed any form of government Who is Sacco and Vanzetti? Two Italian immigrants arrested for robbery and Murder of a […]

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1920s study guide- Vocab

Nativism Favoring the interests of native-born people over foreign born people Isolationism Opposition to political and economic entanglements with other countries Communism An economic and political system based on one-party government and state ownership of property Quota System A system that sets limits on how many immigrants from various countries a nation will admit each […]

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Why was there a red scare in America in the 1920’s?

Why Was There A Red Scare in America in the 1920’s? (Essay Plan) FIR GPS F – 1) First World War – 1917 immigration act – fear of immigration following ww1 – 1917 Russian revolution – as a result of Russias involvement in world war one I – 2) Immigration levels increasing R – 3) […]

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Hist 1302 CH 32 Rebellion and Reaction: the 1960s and 1970s

question By 1971, the New Left had declined as a political movement because A. Nixon had ended the war in Vietnam. B. it had abandoned its democratic and pacifist principles. C. most of its leaders had died in the rioting on campuses. D. the Yippies had taken over the Students for Democratic Society (SDS). answer […]

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Unit 3 B Section 2: Foreign Policy Challenges of the 1990s

question Which type of speech is most likely to employ idealism? answer an address to the public announcing plans for a military intervention question Which best describes the Bush Doctrine of Preemption? answer a foreign policy stance that espouses a unilateral approach to protecting the best interests of the United States question In which country […]

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Chapter 22: America and the Great War, 1914-1920

question Identify some of the problems that the United States faced domestically following the end of World War I answer -American workers began striking in far greater numbers. -Racial tensions increased and resulted in race riots as more and more African Americans moved out of the South. -Americans developed an overwhelming fear of communism. question […]

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19th Century Europe Review

question What is a person who wishes to return to a former system or way of life? answer reactionary question What countries participated in the Crimean War? answer Russia, Britain, France, Ottoman empire question Proletariat- answer workers question What did the term legitamacy mean in reference to the Congress at Vienna? answer The rightful governments […]

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19th century revolutions and nationalism

question Austria-Hungary answer Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria split his empire in half because of pressure from the Hungarians. Austria and Hungary were then independent states, with himself the ruler of both. The empire was then called Austria-Hungary. Nationalist disputes continued to weaken the empire for more than 40 years, and after World War I […]

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19th Century Conservatism in Europe

question When was the Congress of Vienna? answer 1814-1815 question Who was at the Congress of Vienna and why? answer the “great powers” of Europe- Great Britain, Austria, Prussia, and Russia- plus France, whom they invited to determine the fate of Europe and maintain the balance of power question What was the 1815 Treaty of […]

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Late 19th Century Europe – Jan 16th

question Late 19th Century / Pre war culture answer change brought about the industrial revolution and production of goods also railroads and telegraph had made travel and communication faster and easier question changes in Medicine answer look at human body and discovered how organs work question Pasteur answer comes up with pasteurization question Joseph Lister […]

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Quiz Ch. 18&19&20

question IN the 19th century, European interest in expanding overseas markets was driven by a desire to answer sell surplus manufactured goods. question Which of the following highlights the relationship between imperialism and nationalism answer colonies as symbols of “great power” status question Which of the following was a consequence of the emphasis on cash-crop […]

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1920s & 1930s: The Rise of Fascism and Totalitarianism

question what is fascism? answer fascism is a form of radical authoritarian nationalism that came to prominence in the early 20th century in europe question who was Robert Paxton? answer author of “The Anatomy of Fascism” question according to Robert Paxton, what are the stages of fascism? answer 5 STAGES: 1. intellectual exploration: where disillusionment […]

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APUSH Chapter 37 The Eisenhower Era 1952-1960

question A key economic transformation of the 1950s was… answer the growth of “white collar” office jobs that increasingly replaced “blue collar” factory labor. question When the 1950s began, a majority of American women were… answer raising children and not employed outside the home. question The primary force shaping the new consumerism and mass popular […]

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Chapter 18: Colonial Encounters in Asia and Africa, 1750-1950

question What is “social Darwinism”? answer The belief that superior Europeans will inevitably destroy or displace “unfit” races question Which of the following is a good example of a “settler colony” in the nineteenth century? answer Australia question What made European racism in the nineteenth century distinct from earlier periods? answer It was expressed in […]

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APUSH Vocab 1941-1960

question Japanese Internment answer Japanese and Japanese Americans from the West Coast of the United States during WWII. While approximately 10,000 were able to relocate to other parts of the country of their own choosing, the remainder-roughly 110,000 me, women and children-were sent to hastly constructed camps called “War Relocation Centers” in remote portions of […]

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6. The Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s

question SHELLEY V. KRAEMER answer 1948 The Fourteenth Amendment prohibits a state from enforcing restrictive covenants that would prohibit a person from owning or occupying property based on race or color. question BROWN V BOARD OF EDUCATION TOPEKA answer ’54 May was a landmark United States Supreme Court case in which the Court declared state […]

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104 – Macroeconomics

question The equation underlying the mainstream view of macroeconomics is answer Ca + Ig + Xn + G = GDP question According to mainstream macroeconomists, U.S. macro instability has resulted from answer investment “booms” and “busts” and, occasionally, adverse aggregate supply shocks question The mainstream view of macro instability is that answer changes in investment […]

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