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AP U.S.

History
Cardinal Tanaka

Second Semester Study Guide

The Bloody Shirt Comstock Lode


Grants Presidency Homestead Act, 1862
Boss Tweed Dawes Act, 1887
Tammany Hall Indian Wars out West in the late 1800s
Resumption Act of 1875 Cow Towns and Cattle Barons
Silver Coinage The Grange Movement
Stalwarts and Half Breeds Farmers Alliance
Election of 1876: Tilden/Hayes The Populist Party The Peoples Party
Reconstruction Ends in 1877: Why? William Jennings Bryan
Pendleton Act of 1883 Cross of Gold Speech
Wabash Decision of 1886 McKinley/Bryan 1896
Interstate Commerce Act of 1887 Imperialism
Sherman Act of 1890 Manifest Destiny
Sherman Silver Purchase Act of 1890 Alfred T. Mahan
Plessy v. Ferguson, 1896 Big Stick Diplomacy
Brown Decision, 1954 Dollar Diplomacy
Mugwumps Moral Diplomacy
Muckrakers Open Door Policy
Union-Pacific Railroad completed in 1869 Monroe Doctrine and Roosevelt Corollary
The Grange Movement Explosion of the Maine
The Pullman Car Strike A Splendid Little War
The Comstock Lode Commodore George Dewey
Carnegie, Rockefeller, and Morgan Commodore Matthew Perry
Vertical and Horizontal Integration Teller Amendment
Bessemer Process Platt Amendment
Social Darwinism and The Gospel of Wealth Sampson/Schley Incident
Sharecroppings Role in the South Anti-Imperialist League
The Knights of Labor Bully Pulpit
The Haymarket Square Riot Panama Canal
Samuel Gompers and the AFL Gentlemans Agreement
The Closed Shop Trust Busting
Yellow Dog contracts The Square Deal
Sanitation in the late 1800s The 3 Cs
Dumbbell Tenements Anthracite Coal Mine Strike and TR
1880s Immigration from South-Eastern Europe New Nationalism and New Freedom
Jane Addams and Hull House Eugene V. Debs
Chinese Exclusionary Act of 1882 Self-Determination
Booker T. Washington and Tuskegee Triple Wall of Privilege
WEB DuBois and his writings Robert LaFollette
Pulitzer and Hearst Federal Reserve Act of 1913
Elizabeth Cady Stanton Underwood Tariff, 1914
Susan B. Anthony Clayton Anti-Trust Act, 1914
Suffragists Progressivism
WCTU Louis Brandeis
Turner Thesis and the Close of the Frontier in John J. Pershing
1890 Zimmerman Note
Lusitania, 1915 FDIC, CCC, HOLC, FERA, WPA, PWA, CWA,
Sussex Pledge, 1916 NRA, AAA, SEC, TVA, FHA, USHA
Election of 1916 He Kept Us Out of War Father Coughlin
14 Points Huey Long Share the Wealth
League of Nations Frances Perkins, Henry Wallace, Harold Ickes,
Schleiffen Plan Harry Hopkins: New Dealers
Weimar Republic Who did FDR have bargain with to get his
Treaty of Versailles and its implications New Deal legislation?
Espionage Act of 1917 SOCIAL SECURITY
IWW International Workers of the World John L. Lewis and the CIO
War Bonds and the Draft Wagner Act and the NLRB
The Big Four after WWI Balancing the Human Budget
Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge Reciprocal Trade Agreements
Isolationism Good Neighbor Policy, at long last
Return to Normalcy and Warren Harding Munich Conference and Appeasement
Harding, Coolidge, and Hoover American Neutrality Acts What do they show
THE RED SCARE of 1917 about the attitude of Americans toward Europe?
Radicals and foreigners Soviet-Nazi Non-Aggression Pact, 1939
Sacco-Vanzetti Trial Destroyers for Bases Deal, 1940
Ku Klux Klan LEND-LEASE BILL of 1941
Emergency Quota Act of 1921 Pearl Harbor Ignites public opinion
Quota Act of 1924 George C. Marshall
Prohibition Hitler First Strategy
Golden Age of Gangsterism The Atlantic Charter
Scopes Monkey trial Internment Camps for Japanese-Americans
Henry Ford and the Model T Ford Rosie the Riveter
Margaret Sanger and Birth Control Coral Sea and Midway
Roaring 20s, Jazz Age Island Hopping
Harlem Renaissance Stalingrad, Overlord, Battle of the Bulge
Old Guard Republicans and the 1920s Nazi Death Camps Holocaust
Andrew Mellon Causes of WWI and its Outcomes
Washington Conference of 1921 Harry S. Truman
5:5:3 Ratio for shipbuilding 1946 Most strikes ever in one year in the US
How does the Supreme Court act in the 1920s Taft-Hartley Act, 1947
How does this change by the end of the 1930s Servicemans Reajustment Act, 1944
Kellogg-Briand Pact (The G.I. Bill of Rights)
Teapot Dome Scandal Suburbia
Dawes Plan for Europe, 1924 Spheres of Influence
Al Smith Fulton Speech An Iron Curtain has descended
Black Tuesday German Partitioning
Hawley-Smoot Tariff, 1930 George F. Kennan and Containment
Rugged Individualism The Truman Doctrine
The Bonus Army The Marshal Plan
The Stimson Doctrine The National Security Act, 1947
The Reconstruction Finance Corporation America loses China in 1947
The Dust Bowl Nuclear Weapons and their role in the Cold War
Franklin D. Roosevelt and his New Deal RED SCARE of 1950s
The 3 Rs: Relief, Recovery, and Reform House Un-American Activities Committee
Short and Long Term Relief Joseph McCarthy
First Hundred Days Rise of Richard Nixon
Banking Holiday Korean War (1950-1953) A war for Containment
Fireside Chats Eisenhower in 1952, 1956
FDR takes USA off the Gold Standard John Foster Dulles
Pump-Priming and John M. Keynes A New Look, Massive Retaliation,
Try a method. If it fails, admit it frankly and try Brinksmanship
another. Above all, try something. FDR Increased Use of the brand new CIA
Republican Party of the 1950s: Afghanistan invaded in 1979
Eisenhower, McCarthy US Boycott of 1980 Moscow Olympics
-A Quote from Adlai Stevenson 1980: Reagan easily defeats Carter
Brown Decision of 1954 Reagans Goals:
Earl Warren -Smaller Government, Lower Taxes,
Little Rock Nine, 1957 Stronger Military, Tough Stand toward
Military Industrial Complex Russia
Suez Crisis, 1956 welfare state
Sputnik I., 1957 avenging angel of conservatism
U-2 Spy Plane crash, Francis Gary Powers Supply-Side or Trickle Down economics
Fidel Castro Strategic Defense Initiative Star Wars
Kennedy/Nixon: 1960 Election Mikhail Gorbachev
New Frontier Lebanon, 1983
Flexible Response Grenada, 1983
Military Advisors sent to Vietnam by JFK Libya, 1986
Bay of Pigs, 1961 Teflon President
Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962 Iran-Contra Scandal
Dtente Geneva and Reykjavik Summits
Freedom Riders, Freedom Summer INF Treaty, 1987
NAACP, SCLC, CORE, SNCC The End of the Cold War is Coming!
Black Panthers
Medgar Evers, James Meredith, Malcolm X,
Stokely Carmichael
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Birmingham Sit-Ins and Protests
Martin Luther King Jr.
JFK Assassination
Warren Commission
Lyndon B. Johnson
The Great Society: A War on Poverty
Civil Rights Act of 1964
Voting Rights Act of 1965
escalation
William Westmoreland
Riots, Protests, Death, and much more
Tet Offensive, 1968
Democrats in Chaos in 68 Nixon Wins
Vietnamization
Nixon Doctrine
Henry Kissinger
Triangular Diplomacy
ABM Treaty of 1972 Still an issue today!
SALT Treaty, 1972
Betty Freidan and The Femenist Mystique
Rachael Carsons Silent Spring
Southern Strategy in 1972 Elections
Watergate
Gerald Ford
War Powers Act, 1973
Helsinki Accords, 1975
Camp David Accord, 1978
Jimmy Carter
OPEC
Shah of Iran, his overthrow, and the
Ayatollah Khomeini
Embassy Taken in 1979