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90 Cards in this Set

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Tppecanoe and Tyler Too
1840--Whig Candidate William Henry Harrison
54 40 or Fight
1844-- Democratic candidate James K. Polk. Refers to posession of Canada
Vote Yourself A Farm
1860-- Republican Slogan for Lincoln
He kept us out of war
1916-- Slogan for Democratic Candidate Woodrow Wilson
Every Man a King
Great Depression-- Huey P. Long
Ran for President (was a Senator) 1932
Don't Sawp Horses in the Middle of the Stream
1864-- Republican Candidate Lincoln running for re-election
A chicken in every pot
1928-- Herbert Hoover Republican candidate running for president
Had enough?
1948-- thomas dewey's slogan against truman (dewey=republican)
a choice not an echo
1964-- barry goldwater republican candidate against Johnson
in your guts, you know he's nuts
1964-- applies to goldwater --waht democrats said about goldwater
a public office is a public trust
1884-- democratic candidate grover cleveland
we do our part
1930's slogan for NRA-- New Deal Recovery Administration
Marbury vs. Madison
1803-- first time US Supreme court declared a law passed by congress unconstitutional
--Marbury hoping to recieve judge courtship
--first ex. of judicial review
Fletcher v. Pect
1810-- Supreme court ruled that a state could not arbituarily interfere with an individual's property rights
Martin v. Hunters Lesse
1816-- Supreme court established its authority to overrule state court decisions
McCullough v. Maryland
1819-- bank of US was constitutional and state tax on bank was unconstitutional because power to tax is the power to destroy
cohens vs virginia
1821-- SC upheld its right to overrule a state action that violated the constitution.
Gibbons v. ogden
1824-- SC ruled that a NY law dealing with interstate commerce was unconstitutional
commonwealth vs. hunt
1842-- Mass. court ruled that strikes to improve labor conditions were lawful
Dred Scott vs. Sanford
1857-- SC ruled that slaves couldn't sue in court and that Missouri compromise was unconstitutional
Ex Parte Merryman
1861-- Pres. didn't have right to suspend habeus corpus right, only congress did
Munn vs. Illinios
1876-- court ruled that when private property is devoted to public use, it is subject to public regulation
Wabash case
1886-- SC invalidated an Ill law regulating transportation
-fed gov takes control of interstate commerce
Plessy v Fergeson
1896-- SC ruled that separate but equal facilities for blacks and whites was constitutional
Roe v Wade
1973-- SC est. the right to have abortions during the early months of preg.
John Wilkes Booth
shot and killed Lincoln at Fordes theater
charles guiteau
ass. Garfield
Lean F. Czolgosz
ass. William McKinley
John F. Shrank
attempted to ass. Teddy Roosevelt
Lee Harvey Oswald
ass. JFK
John W. Hinckley Jr.
attempted to ass. Reagan
the Great War for the Empire
refers to 7 years war --french indian war
The american system
1820s-- plan designed by henry clay to rid nation of economic sectionalism
the peculiar (unique)institution
southern euphemism for slavery
manifest destiny
term coined in 1845 by John Osullivan, a writer-- means expansionism within our borders
waving the bloody shirt
benjamin butler-- bring back memories of civil war
the robber barons
ultra rich industrialists of late 19th century
his rotundity
john adams-- short, pearshaped
old hickory
andrew jackson-- men called him this in military
little macigian
martin van buren (pres. after andrew jackson --ran political machine in NY
his accidency
john tyler-- became pres. upon death of william h harrison
old rough and ready
zachary taylor-- military leader general
old fuss and feathers
general winfield scott-- carried on a door into battle
the pathfinder
jon fremont-- led peeps out west --drew and sold maps--1st republican presidential candidate
the little giant
stephen douglass- democrat running ag. lincoln
the Plumed Knight
James G. Blaine
His Fraudulency
Rutherford B. Hayes
The Great Commoner
William Jennings Bryan
The Rough Rider
teddy roosevelt
ohio icicle
john sherman
big bill
william taft
silent cal
calvin collidge
the happy warrior
Alfred e. smith
the kingfish
huey p. long
tail gunner joe
joseph mccarthy
tricky dick
richard nixon
landslide lyndon
lyndon b. johnson
who said, "lafayette, we are here" upon arrival in paris
Major Charles Stanton
What famous spy was executed by the French
Mata Hari
Where did Charles Lindbergh begin flight across the Atlantic?
Roosevelt field, Long Island, NY
How many Americans served in WWI?
4.7 mil
How many Americans lost their lives in WWI
How many germans did sergeant york capture almost single-handedly
who were the big four, who negotiated peace at Versailles at the end of WWI?
Wilson, George, Clemenceau, Orlando
What disease was the leading cause of death during the war?
what was a Q-ship
war ship disguised to look like a merchant vessel
average life expectancy of a pilot on the western front?
3 weeks
how much $ did linberg recieve for flying nonstop from new york to paris
when and where did the first drive in movie open for business?
camden, NJ 1933
to which president's death was the ? asked, "how can they tell?"
calvin coolidge
1st pres to ride in a car to inauguration?
highest tariff in US tariff
60% Hawley-Smoot Tariff
what states were part of the dust bowl?
Oklahahoma, Kansas, texas, colorado, new mexico
who were brains of FDR "brain trust"
basil o'connor, felix frankfurter, raymond mobley, rexford tugwell, adolf berl, samuel Rosenman
1st person to receive S.S. check
Ida May Fuller
what was intended destination of Amelia Earheart on final flight?
Howland Island in Pacific
what organization blocked performance of Marion Anderson at the Washington constitution hall?
daughters of American Revolution
"he that lies down with dogs will rise up with the fleas?
ben franklin
"taxation without representation is tyranny"
James Otis
"a little rebellion now and then is a good thing"
thomas jefferson
"I would rather be right then be president"
henry clay
speak softly and carry a big stick and you will go far
teddy roosevelt
few men have virtue to withstand the highest bidder
george washington
who said upon his death that washington had been 1st in war, 1st in peace, 1st in hearts of his countrymen
henry lee
these are the times that try mens souls
thomas paine
"vote early and vote often"
al capone
to make the world safe for democracy
the business of america is business
thomas jefferson still lives
john adams
all men having power ought to be distrusted by a certain degree
james madison