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88 Cards in this Set

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End of French and Indian War
Treaty of Paris
Beginning of Taxes
Beginning of Mercantalism
1763
Judiciary Act
Ratification of the Constitution
1789
Peaceful Transfer of Power between parties
1800
Declaration of Independence
1776
Marbury v Madison
Established Judicial Review
1803
Hartford Convention
Treaty of Ghent
Era of Good Feelings
Industrialization
End of Was of 1812 sparked naitonalism
1814
Gold discovered in California
End of Mexican War
Seneca Falls Convention
1848
Election of Lincoln
Secession of the South
Civil War
1861
Civil Wat Ends
Licoln Dies
Reconstruction
1865
End of Reconstruction
Jim Crow Laws
Compromise (Hays)
1877
Start of WWI
Opened Up Panama Canal
1914
Treaty of Versaille
Red Scare
Isolationism
Paris Conference
1919
Stockmarket Crash
1929
Pearl Harbor
WWII
End of Great Depression
1941
Atomic Bomb
End of WWII
Begins Cold War
1945
Korea War
Civil Rights
Brown v Board of Education
First Year the US sent advisors to Vietnam
1954
Active Civil Rights (Sit ins)
TV effected politics
1960
Civil Rights Act
The Great Society
March on Washington
1964
Assassination of Bobby Kennedy and MLK JR
Tet Offensive
1968
End of Vietnam
Paris Peace Plan
Roe v Wade
War Powers act-congress must approve troops to be in a place for more than 60 days
1973
Bye Bye Berlin Wall
End of Cold War
1989
Republicans take back over
1994
Judicial Review- idea that the Supreme COurt has the last word in constitutionality
Marbury v Madison 1803
Elastic Clause
Bank tax
McCulloch v Maryland 1819
Congress control interstate commerce
Sovereign Power lies with the federal gov't
Gibbons v Ogden 1824
Korea War
Civil Rights
Brown v Board of Education
First Year the US sent advisors to Vietnam
1954
Active Civil Rights (Sit ins)
TV effected politics
1960
Civil Rights Act
The Great Society
March on Washington
1964
Assassination of Bobby Kennedy and MLK JR
Tet Offensive
1968
End of Vietnam
Paris Peace Plan
Roe v Wade
War Powers act-congress must approve troops to be in a place for more than 60 days
1973
Bye Bye Berlin Wall
End of Cold War
1989
Republicans take back over
1994
Judicial Review- idea that the Supreme COurt has the last word in constitutionality
Marbury v Madison 1803
Elastic Clause
Bank tax
McCulloch v Maryland 1819
Congress control interstate commerce
Sovereign Power lies with the federal gov't
Gibbons v Ogden 1824
Slaves are property and cannot sue in court
Dred Scott v Sanford 1857
military tribunals cannot try citizens even during wartime, in areas that had civil courts
Ex parte Milligan 1866
Congress control of interstate commerce
Wabash RR v Ill 1866
Separate but equal is ok
Plessy v Ferguson 1896
Freedom of speech can be revoked when such speech possed clear and present danger to the nation
Schneck v US 1919
Congress could not delagate powers to the executive
Interstate commerce control does not apply to local businesses
Schechter Poultr v US 1935
ruled unconstitutional the pocessing taxes instituted under the 1933 agriculteral adjustment act
US v Butler 1936
segragation is unconstitutional
Brown v Board of Education 1954
legalized abortion
roe v Wade 1973
preferance cant be given to members of any group based on ethnic/racial identity
Bakke v U of Cal 1978
Encouraged Black Freedom
"Little Lady that started the Civil War"
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Uncle Tom's Cabin
1852
Every major nation has had a powerful navy
pushed imperialism
Alfred Thayer Mahan
The Influence of Sea Power upon History
1890
Propaganda
Thomas Paine
Common Sense
1776
Meat packing industry
Uptonb Sinclair
The Jungle
1906
protective tariff
national bank
Hamilton
The Report on Manufactures
1791
Slaves are property and cannot sue in court
Dred Scott v Sanford 1857
military tribunals cannot try citizens even during wartime, in areas that had civil courts
Ex parte Milligan 1866
Congress control of interstate commerce
Wabash RR v Ill 1866
Separate but equal is ok
Plessy v Ferguson 1896
Freedom of speech can be revoked when such speech possed clear and present danger to the nation
Schneck v US 1919
Congress could not delagate powers to the executive
Interstate commerce control does not apply to local businesses
Schechter Poultr v US 1935
ruled unconstitutional the pocessing taxes instituted under the 1933 agriculteral adjustment act
US v Butler 1936
segragation is unconstitutional
Brown v Board of Education 1954
legalized abortion
roe v Wade 1973
preferance cant be given to members of any group based on ethnic/racial identity
Bakke v U of Cal 1978
Encouraged Black Freedom
"Little Lady that started the Civil War"
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Uncle Tom's Cabin
1852
Every major nation has had a powerful navy
pushed imperialism
Alfred Thayer Mahan
The Influence of Sea Power upon History
1890
Propaganda
Thomas Paine
Common Sense
1776
Meat packing industry
Uptonb Sinclair
The Jungle
1906
protective tariff
national bank
Hamilton
The Report on Manufactures
1791
B
What caused the United States to become the United States
The Significance of the Frontier in American History
Federick Jackson Turner
1893
Started the feminist movement
Started KNOW
The Feminine Mystique
Betty Friedan
1963
Important Black Freedom Newspaper
William Lloyd Garrison
The Libertor
1831
Indians
Helen Hunt Jackson
A Century of Dishonor
1881
People that have money have a responsibility to others with none
Andrew Carnegie
The Gospel of Wealth
1889
Caused the Consitution to be ratified
The Federalist Papers
Hamilton, Madison and John Jay
1787
Dust Bowl
The Grapes of Wrath
John Steinbeck
1939
Muckracker writer
Corrupted City Gov't
The Shame of Cities
Lincoln Steffens
1904
Invisible poor
sparked the war on poverty
The Other America
Michael Harrington
1961
Push for gradual acceptance of blacks
The Atlantic Compromise
Booker T Washington
1895
Strong Central Govt
Muckraking
The Promises of American Life
herbert Croly
1909
Single tax
progressivism
Progress and Poverty
Henry George
1879
Father of the Harlem Renaissance
Blacks
The New Negro
Alain Locke
1925
Laissez faire
A Weath of Nations
Adam Smith
1776
In year 2000 there will be no problems in the US
Looking Backwards
Edward Bellamy
1888
Model for settlement house
Twenty Years at Hull House
Jane Addams
1910
Pollution
Disasterous Environment
Silent Spring
Rachel Carson
1961
Effiency in factories should be used in the political world
Principles of the Scientific Movement
Frederick Taylor
1911
Watergate
All the President's Men
Woodwar and Bernstein
1974
Need to end segregation
The Souls of Black Folk
WEB DuBois
1903
How the US got involved with Vietnam
The Pentagon Papers
Dan Ellsberg
1971
Nonviolence action for blacks
Letter from Birmingham Jail
MLK Jr
1963
Exposing the poor areas of America
How the Other Half Lives
Jacob riis
1890