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Thirteenth Amendment
Abolished Slavery
Fourteenth Amendment
Secures rights for former
slaves. It includes the Due
Process and Equal Protection
Clauses
Fifteenth Amendment
The right of citizens of the
United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.
jus soli
is a right by which nationality
or citizenship can be recognized to any individual born in the territory of the related state
jus sanguinis
citizenship can be recognized
to any individual born to a
parent who is a citizen of that state
Dawes Act
Privatized Native American
lands and distributed them to
the Native Americans. Native
Americans would also
become U.S. Citizens. Had
disastrous effects 2/3 of the
land was sold to whites.
Chinese Exclusion Act
In response to decreased
wages and a decreased
availability of gold in CA, the act restricted immigration of Chinese, and denied citizenship to immigrants in
the U.S.
United States v. Wong Kim
Ark
Held that the Chinese
Exclusion Act could not
overrule the citizenship of
those born in the U.S. to
Chinese parents.
Progressives
In response to
industrialization, Progressives
advocated workers' rights,
social justice, anti-trust laws,
government-funded
environmentalism and the
creation of National Parks.
Theodore Roosevelt
leader of the Republican
Party and of the Progressive
Movement. Commanded the
Rough Riders. Negotiated to
take control of the Panama
Canal after a failed French
attempt. Formed the
Progressive Party.
Woodrow Wilson
Democrat, winner of the 1912
election. Lowered tariffs,
started the income tax.
Originally an isolationist, later entered WWI, to end all
wars-14 points and the
League of Nations.
Plessy v. Ferguson
Established the"Separate but
equal" doctrine
jus sanguinis
citizenship can be recognized
to any individual born to a
parent who is a citizen of that
state
Dawes Act
Privatized Native American
lands and distributed them to
the Native Americans. Native
Americans would also
become U.S. Citizens. Had
disastrous effects 2/3 of the
land was sold to whites.
Chinese Exclusion Act
In response to decreased
wages and a decreased
availability of gold in CA, the act restricted immigration of Chinese, and denied
citizenship to immigrants in
the U.S.
United States v. Wong Kim
Ark
Held that the Chinese
Exclusion Act could not
overrule the citizenship of
those born in the U.S. to
Chinese parents.
The Great Migration
The African American
migration to the North and
California between 1910-1930
WWI
was a global military conflict which took place primarily in Europe between 1914 and 1918. More than nine million soldiers and civilians died.
Taft-Hartley Act
the executive branch of the Federal government could obtain legal strikebreaking injunctions if an impending or current strike "imperiled the national health or safety,"
WWII
This global conflict split a majority of the world's nations into two opposing camps: the Allies and the Axis. Spanning much of the globe, World War II resulted in the deaths of over 60 million people, of which about half were Soviet, making it the deadliest conflict in human history
Betty Friedan
was an American feminist, activist and writer, best known for starting what is commonly known as the "Second Wave" of feminism through the writing of her book The Feminine Mystique.
Freedom Rides
Tested the decision by the Supreme Court that segregation in interstate bus terminals.