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people who pioneered investigative journalism
muckrakers
called for an immigration quota of 2% of each national group counted in the 1890 census
National Origins Act
Amendment for the direct election of senators
17th Amendment
attorney general in 1919 who authorized raids of suspected radicals
general A. mitchell palmer
eliminated unfair business practices in 1867
federal trade commission act
Jamaican who wanted to bring blacks to Africa, unsuccessful, founded Universal Negro Improvement Association
Marcus Garvey
commanded by Roosevelt to proceed to the Philippines and destroy the Spanish fleet at Manila Bay
George Dewey
Leader of China in WWII
Chiang Kai (Shek?)
Ruled Mexico until he was ousted in 1911
Porfirio Diaz
who intercepted the Zimmerman note
U.S. (Mexico was getting it)
amendment that gave women the right to vote
19th
American fear of a communist takeover
Red Scare
president of the United Mine workers of America
John L. Lewis
challenges constitutionality of laws to the Bill of Rights
American Civil Liberties Union
led team of Justice Department agents, "The Untouchables" to take on Al Capone
Eliot Ness
places where alcohol could be obtained during prohibition
speakeasies
mob leader, was arrested for tax evasion
Al Capone
term of when the US cut off trade and negotiations with the rest of the world
Isolationism
had a strike in 1919, formed for protection of mine workers
United Mine Workers
wrote, "this land is your land"
Woodie Guthrie
John Scopes' defense lawyer
Clarence Darrow
The year the WWI armistice was signed
1918
Prosecutor of the Scopes trial
William Jennings Bryan
Payments from Germany after WWI
Reparations
Date FDR died
[April 12] 1945
Act that said that men between the ages of 18-25 (maybe) must register for the draft
Selective Service Act
American effort to develop an atomic bomb
Manhattan Project
"food will win the war"
Herbert Hoover
Amendment that started Prohibition
18th
Amendment that ended prohibition
21st
first female representative in Congress
Jeannette Rankin
introduced the Model T
Henry Ford
wrote "Grapes of Wrath"
John Steinbeck
wrote "this side of paradise"
F. Scott Fitzgerald
founder of the CIO (yeah, the same guy as the UMW)
John L. Lewis
Artist, painted with bright colors, used objects from nature
Georgia O'Keefe
primary leader of the WILPF
Jane Adams
master of jazz improvisation
Louis Armstrong
prohibited war supplies (there were 4 points)
neutrality acts
act that established the Axis Powers
Tripartite Pact
"peace without victory"
Woodrow Wilson
the first talkie movie
The Jazz Singer
literal interpretation of the Bible
fundamentalism
FDR's political party
democrat
Harding's Secretary of the Treasury
Andrew Mellon
mass killing of a race, religious group, etc.
genocide
swam across the English Channel
Gertrude Ederle
WWI vets who wanted their money early because of the Depression
Bonus Army
baseball player who set many major league records and was the first great home-run hitter
Babe Ruth
Represented craft
American Federation of Labor
city that was the origin of jazz
New Orleans
British prime minister in 1940/ WWII
Winston Churchill
group of discontented artists who were alienated from a society whose values they rejected; pessimistic
The Lost Generation
denied diplomatic recognition to areas taken by force
Stimson doctrine
allows people to buy something with a down payment and then pay for the rest in intervals
Installment Plan
taken by Italy
Ethiopia
Austrian doctor who had theories of psychoanalysis in order to justify the young people's behavior in the 1920s- abnormal behavior was the result of unconscious and suppressed fears or desires
Sigmund Freud
public spending to stimulate the economy
pump priming
the year Hitler invaded the USSR
1941
recognized the importance of family and brought to attention of politicians
Eleanor Roosevelt
British Prime Minister during the Munich Pact
Neville Chamberlain
Night of Broken Glass
Krystallnacht
Name of the plane that dropped the Atomic bomb in Hiroshima
Enola Gay
Stalin's political belief system
Communism
"ended public segregation forever"
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Civil Rights Act of 1954?
Brown vs. Board of Education?
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buffer zone between France and Germany
Rhineland
first leader of the FERA
Harry Hopkins
overthrew the Republican government in Spain
Francisco Franco
German for "lightning war", quick German attacks in WWII
Blitzkrieg
allowed countries, including Britain, to buy US weapons
Lend-lease act
Germany's parliament before the war
reich
Who signed the Non-Agression Pact
USSR and Germany
Insures deposits into a bank up to a certain amount
FDIC
famous female photographer during the Depression
Dorothea Lange
Hitler's plan for getting rid of all Jews
Final Solution
Banned mislabeled food and drugs
Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
transferred control of money from banks/businesses to the federal government
Federal Reserve Act
A cavalry regiment headed by Teddy Roosevelt that participated in the Spanish-American War of 1898
Rough Riders
Led the overthrow of Maxmilian of Spain
Benito Juarez
List the causes of the Great Depression
1. Weak economy
2. Stock Market Crash (October 29, 1929)
3. Business systems unbalanced
4. Poor distribution of purchasing power
5. Internal debt
6. International debt
7. Banking crisis
3 major WWII Axis and Allies
Axis:
Germany
Italy
Japan

Allies
Britain
US
USSR
Cultural And Geographical effects of the automobile
Cultural: cars changed the sense of distance as space, it affected where people lived, worked, owned businesses, and traveled. Businesses began to move out of cities and into suburbs, promotes family time & togetherness, and teenagers became more independent (dating changed!! dun dun dun!!!)

Geographical: The government had to build roads and highways, road construction became the biggest federal expense, it employed many people, businesses cropped up life gas stations, restaurants, and convenience stores. Billboards ,traffic signs and signals, wider roads, and parking spaces were all created.
(THANK YOU ASHLEE!!!)
Date of the Stock Market Crash
October 29, 1929
Year Hitler became the Chancellor of Germany
1933
Added to the United States in 1867
Alaska
"The Kingfish"
Huey Long