US2 Midterm Review The US2 Midterm will be comprised of three parts; a multiple-choice section, an openended document analysis section, and a document based essay. For the multiple choices, you will need to be familiar with and able to use maps, charts, historical terms, and political cartoons. You will also need top be able to read and interpret primary source documents. To prepare for the exam use the topics and events below to guide your review of the textbook (chpt. 15-19) your notes and any relevant documents in your binder. Good Luck! The Progressive Era Labor issues (The Progressive Party) Muckrakers (The Jungle) Government regulations (laws) Socialism Prohibition Suffrage Industrialization Capitalism Urbanization Assembly line (Ford) Monopoly Immigration Open door v. restrictions Laws (Chinese exclusion, quotas, etc. Xenophobia/Nativism Early Civil Rights Jim Crow (Plessey v. Fergusson) Sharecropping KKK (lynching) The Great Migration Booker T. Washington WEB DuBois Marcus Garvey Harlem Renaissance US Expansion Imperialism (Spanish American War, Panama Canal,) WWI (US involvement, sub warfare, minorities and the war, Treaty of Versailles) Essay Preparation: Review the subject of immigration in your notes and textbook and outline the people, places, laws and events that tell the story of immigration in the United States. For the essay you should be able to discuss America’s immigration policies and actions by the U.S. government as they reflected the needs and attitudes towards immigrants in the time periods that we have been studying.