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legislation sponsored by georgia senator hoke smith that created the agricultural extension servace
Smith-Lever Act
passed in the South to establish “separate-but-equal” facilities for whites and for blacks
Jim Crow laws
Great Migration
the movement of southern blacks from the South to the North; it began after World War I and lasted until the 1960s
name given to journalists and writers of the Progressive Era who wrote about dishonesty in business, corruption in government and politics, and the horrors of being poor
muckraker
small, grayish, long-snouted beetle that attacked the cotton plant
Boll weevil
the policy of giving an aggressor what it wants in order to avoid war
Appeasement
the name given to the programs enacted by Congress in the 1930s to bring about economic recovery, relieve the suffering of the unemployed, reform defects in the economy, and improve society
New Deal
a woman who fought for women’s right to vote in the early 1900s
Suffragette
doctrine that the government should not interfere in the private sector of the economy
Laissez-faire
not taking part in the affairs of other nations
Isolationism
legislation sponsored by georgia senator hoke smith that created the agricultural extension servace
Smith-Lever Act
passed in the South to establish “separate-but-equal” facilities for whites and for blacks
Jim Crow laws
Great Migration
the movement of southern blacks from the South to the North; it began after World War I and lasted until the 1960s
name given to journalists and writers of the Progressive Era who wrote about dishonesty in business, corruption in government and politics, and the horrors of being poor
muckraker
small, grayish, long-snouted beetle that attacked the cotton plant
Boll weevil
the policy of giving an aggressor what it wants in order to avoid war
Appeasement
the name given to the programs enacted by Congress in the 1930s to bring about economic recovery, relieve the suffering of the unemployed, reform defects in the economy, and improve society
New Deal
a woman who fought for women’s right to vote in the early 1900s
Suffragette
doctrine that the government should not interfere in the private sector of the economy
Laissez-faire
not taking part in the affairs of other nations
Isolationism