APUSH Chapters 28

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APUSH Chapters 28-30 Review Sheet
After mastering Chapter 28, you should be able to
1. Discuss the origins and nature of the progressive movement.
2. Describe how the early progressive developed its roots at the city and state level.
3. Tell how President Roosevelt began applying progressive principles to the national economy.
4. Explain why Taft’s policies offended progressives, including Roosevelt.
5. Describe how Roosevelt led a progressive revolt against Taft that openly divided the Republican party.
After mastering Chapter 29, you should be able to
1. Discuss the key issues of the pivotal 1912 election and the basic principles of Wilsonian progressivism.
2. Describe how Wilson successfully reformed the “triple wall of privilege.”
3. State the basic features of Wilson’s foreign policy and explain how they drew him into intervention in Latin America.
4. Describe America’s response to World War I and explain the increasingly sharp conflict over America’s policies toward
Germany.
5. Explain how domestic and foreign controversies played into Wilson’s narrow victory over Hughes in 1916.
After mastering Chapter 30, you should be able to
1. Explain what caused America to enter World War I
2. Describe how Wilsonian idealism turned the war into an ideological crusade that inspired fervor and overwhelmed
dissent.
3. Discuss the mobilization of America for war.
4. Explain the consequences of World War I for labor, women, and African-Americans.
5. Describe America’s economic and military role in the war.
6. Analyze Wilson’s attempt to forge a peace based on his Fourteen Points and explain why developments at home and
abroad forced him to compromise.
7. Discuss the opposition of Lodge and others to Wilson’s League and show how Wilson’s refusal to compromise doomed
the treaty of Versailles.
Theodore Roosevelt
William Howard Taft
Upton Sinclair
Jacob Riis
Ida Tarbell
Robert M. La Follette
Hiram Johnson
Woodrow Wilson
Eugene V. Debs
Louis D. Brandeis
Samuel Gompers
Victoriano Huerta
Venusiano Carranza
Pancho Villa
John J. Pershing
Kaiser Wilhelm II
George Creel
Bernard Baruch
Herbert Hoover
Henry Cabot Lodge
Warren G. Harding
New Nationalism
New Freedom
Underwood Tariff Bill
Federal Reserve Act
Federal Trade Commission
Clayton Act
Seaman’s Act
Workingmen’s Compensation Act
Adamson Act
Jones Act
Central Powers
Allies
Lusitania
Arabic
Sussex
Self-Determination
Collective Security
Conscription
“Normalcy”
Zimmerman Note
Fourteen Points
Battle of Chateau-Thierry
League of Nations
Committee on Public
Information
Espionage and Sedition Acts
Industrial Workers of the World
War Industries Board
16th Amendment
17th Amendment
18th Amendment
19th Amendment
Food Administration
Bolsheviks
Doughboys
Big Four
Irreconcilables
Treaty of Versailles
Elkins Act
Hepburn Acts
The Jungle
Initiative
Referendum
Recall
Muckrakers
Meat Inspection Act
Pure Food and Drug Act
Desert Land Act
Newlands Act
Dollar Diplomacy
Payne-Aldrich Act
Ballinger-Pinchot Affair
Panic of 1907
Square Deal
The 3 Cs
Standard Oil