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5 Matching questions

  1. Executive Order 9066
  2. Good Neighbor policy
  3. Panay Incident
  4. Sit-ins
  5. SEATO
  1. a Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (created from the Manila Pact). (1954) The formal institution of SEATO was established at a meeting of treaty partners in Bangkok in February 1955. Primarily invented to protect against further communist invasion of Southeast Asia.
  2. b 1937 Japanese bomb US gunboat while on Chinese river. Public outrage, japan apologizes +pays.
  3. c Japanese relocation from west coast inland.
  4. d Demanding service at whites-only place. Make a statement w/ large #s.
  5. e FDR's foreign policy of promoting better relations w/Latin America by using economic influence rater than military force in the region

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. response to FDRs "four freedoms" speech. abandon neutrality for econ declaration of war. limitless supply of arms, convoy system and shoot german subs on sight
  2. Agreement between nuclear powers. No nuke-ular (├čjoke) testing in air, water, or space.
  3. WWII Important battle, broke Japanese supremacy in Pacific, Stalled Japanese offensive
  4. made it illegal for anyone in the United States to advocate, abet, or teach the desirability of overthrowing the government. also required all alien residents in the United States over 14 years of age to file a statement of their personal and occupational status and a record of their political beliefs.
  5. Famously boarded a bus, took a seat in the "whites only" section, and refused to give it up (December 1955). She was arrested for violating the city's Jim Crow statues and sparked a yearlong black boycott of the city buses. This event also leads to the rise of Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.

5 True/False questions

  1. Berlin BlockadeAs the four regions of Germany were said to be united as one, the Soviet Union wanted to keep their side divided from the rest. The blockade came to represent the split between East and West Germany (between capitalism vs. communism). The split obviously being the capitalist East (US, Britain, France pieces), and the communist West (Soviet Union piece). The West stopped all rail and highway access to Berlin from the east side, trying to destroy the four-part control. We supported Berlin with airlifts for a year. Eventually in 1949, the Soviets dropped the blockade and the East and West were formally established.

          

  2. Marshall PlanNew wave of black leaders approaches; he is one of the highlights. Inspired by the militant black nationalists in the Nation of Islam. Malcolm changed his surname from Little to X in order to advertise his lost African identity. He trumpeted black separatism. Eventually moved toward mainstream Islam, which then became his downfall when rival Nation of Islam gunmen shot him in New York (during his speech).

          

  3. SNCC(Student Non-violent Civil Commission) Encouraged by JFK. Now that the Voting Rights Act had been passed, the SNCC educated the Black community of this given right. SNCC also participated in other Civil Rights protests, as well as anti-war.

          

  4. Civil Rights Act 1964Banned racial discrimination in most private facilities open to public (theaters, hospitals, etc). Strengthened gov't's ability to end segregation. Created Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

          

  5. Central High school 1957Outlawed literacy tests and sent federal voter registrars into several southern states.

          

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