Benchmark #2 review

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US History II

Benchmark #2 Review

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Part 1 – due Monday 1/11

Review the following key terms. You may use any method you like, including flashcards,

Quizlet, or writing an opera about American history and staging it at the Met. Don’t be

surprised if you see these on a quiz someday.

Unit 3: Becoming a World Power

 manifest destiny

Turner Thesis

Dawes Act boarding schools reservations

Battle of Little Big Horn

Alfred Thayer Mahan

Social Darwinism

Hawaii

Spanish-American War

De Lome letter

U.S.S. Maine reconcentration camps

Teller Amendment

Platt Amendment

Philippine-American War

Open Door policy

Panama Canal

Roosevelt Corollary

World War I nationalism militarism imperialism alliance system

Franz Ferdinand trench warfare

Zimmermann Note

Lusitania

unrestricted submarine warfare yellow journalism

Committee on Public Information

Espionage and Sedition Acts

Schenck v. United States

Fourteen Points

League of Nations

Unit 4: Becoming a Modern Nation

21st Amendment

 flapper

18th Amendment

Volstead Act eugenics

Ku Klux Klan

National Origins Act of 1924

Carrie Chapman Catt

Alice Paul

Women's Christian Temperance

Union

Anti-Saloon League fundamentalism

Pentecostalism

Scopes Trial

Great Migration

Harlem Renaissance

NAACP women's suffrage

19th Amendment bootleggers speakeasies

William Jennings Bryan

Sacco and Vanzetti consumer culture advertising jazz

National American Woman

Suffrage Association

 National Women's Party

Part 2 – due Tuesday 1/12

Outline an essay (roughly five paragraphs, including intro and conclusion) on any one of the following prompts:

1.

Evaluate this statement: “The United States went to war with Spain to defend itself

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3.

against Spanish aggression.”

Evaluate this argument: “The United States entered World War I to promote its own selfish economic interests.”

Explain, using specific examples, how American policy towards Native Americans changed between the end of the Civil War (1865) and the beginning of World War I

(1914).

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