US/H Name: We Are History! 2010 – 2011 Trimester 3 Review Sheet Reconstruction Radical Republicans Andrew Johnson 13th, 14th, 15th Amendments Freedmen’s Bureau Force Acts Compromise of 1877 Success and failures of Reconstruction W.E.B Dubois NAACP Sharecropping Election of 1876 Reconstruction Acts KKK Election of 1876 Black Codes Booker T. Washington Lincoln’s 10% Plan Progressivism/Industrial Revolution/Imperialism Sherman Antitrust Act Reasons for Progressivism Square Deal John D. Rockefeller Gospel of Wealth Horizontal Integration Upton Sinclair, The Jungle Andrew Carnegie Triangle Shirtwaist Fire Corporations The Pure Food and Drug Act 19th Amendment John D. Rockefeller v. Mark Zuckerberg Immigration: Old v. New, Push v. Pull Factors Changing Role of Government Spanish-American War Nativism Philippines Eugene V. Debs Muckrakers Theodore Roosevelt Federal Reserve Act Standard Oil Vertical Integration New Freedom Laissez-Faire Robber Barons Limited Liability Ida Tarbell Conservation Woodrow Wilson New Freedom Chinese Exclusion Act Reasons for Imperialism Cuba USS Maine Dollar Diplomacy Roaring Twenties Decade of Contradictions Al Capone Flappers KKK Harlem Renaissance 19th Amendment Buying on Credit Fundamentalism Henry Ford and Assembly Line Prohibition Women’s Rights Scopes Trial Lost Generation Jazz 18th Amendment Great Migration Consumerism Great Depression & New Deal Black Tuesday New Deal: 3 R’s: Relief, Recovery, Reform FDIC TVA Wagner Act New Deal Coalition Keynesian Economics First and Second New Deals Herbert Hoover’s policies CCC Legacy of New Deal Social Security AAA Huey Long Change in role of govt. World War II & Start of Cold War Causes and Effects of WWII D-Day Axis Powers Hiroshima and Nagasaki War Production Board Holocaust United Nations V-E Day, V-J Day Govt. role in US Economy Iron Curtain Truman Doctrine Berlin Airlift NATO Korean War Joseph McCarthy Pearl Harbor Allied Powers Manhattan Project Women and WWII Internment Camps Lend-Lease Act Tehran, Yalta, Potsdam Stalin, Churchill, FDR Cold War Containment Policy Marshall Plan Berlin Wall Warsaw Pact Start of Vietnam War The 1960s: JFK, Civil Rights, Vietnam Domino Theory Gulf of Tonkin Resolution Neo-Conservatives Civil Rights Act of 1964 Voting Rights Act of 1965 Great Society/War on Poverty Montgomery Bus Boycott Malcolm X Medicare/Medicaid Barry Goldwater Tet Offensive Robert F. Kennedy The Liberal Hour Doves/Hawks Hippies Freedom Riders Sit-Ins Ho Chi Minh Emmett Till Little Rock 1957 Martin Luther King Brown v. Board of Ed. Rosa Parks Cuban Missile Crisis Freedom Summer 1963 Peace Corps Lyndon B. Johnson Fall of Liberal Hour Changing Civil Rights Movement Domestic and Foreign Policies of Democrats and Republicans The 1970s & 1980s & Ronald Reagan Malaise and Reasons For It Supply-Side Economics Reagan Revolution Reagan Democrats Stock Market Boom of 1980s Conservatism Detente Laffer Curve Trickle-Down Economics Stagflation Yuppies End of Cold War **Remember to create a narrative with all these terms and concepts. Connect the terms to a larger story about America (its role in the world, the role of government, what the American Dream stands for, etc.) that makes sense to you. Test Format: Part I: Multiple Choice and True and False: You will need to answer any combination of 40 M.C. questions and/or T/F questions. The combination will be up to you. Part II: Essay Questions. ONE of the following TWO essay questions will be on the exam. You may work on both of them before the final, but you will not be able to bring anything to the final. Essay Question One: In what ways did the Great Society resemble the New Deal in its origins, goals, and social and political legacy? Cite specific programs and policies in support of your arguments. *Remember to address the origins, goals and social and political legacy of both programs. You might want to make a 3x3 chart to assess the two programs. New Deal Great Society Origins Goals Social & Political Legacy Essay Question Two: What should Ronald Reagan’s legacy be? In other words, how should we remember Ronald Reagan? Cite specific policies, impact on politics, etc. Part III: Introductory paragraph (7 – 10 sentences). You must create an introductory paragraph ONLY for the following question. Your introductory paragraph must include a THESIS STATEMENT and 2 EXAMPLES. Question: Is liberalism or conservatism part of the American psyche? In other words, is the New Deal/Great Society (“We are our brother’s keeper”) impulse part of the American fabric/identity or is the Reagan Revolution (“Rugged Individualism”) part of the American fabric/identity? Please refer to the movements we have studied in the 20th century to support your thesis. To help you on this question, I’ve attached optional readings that you mind find useful. **If you use information that we did not go over in class WITHOUT asking my permission first, you will be docked points off for your essay. Use information from your readings, handouts, films, lecture notes, discussion notes.