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  1. Sigmund Freud
  2. Zionist
  3. Ivan Pavlov
  4. Reform Bill of 1832
  5. Alexander Graham Bell
  1. a American inventor of the telephone (1876)
  2. b a Russian physiologist who said that human actions were unconscious reactions to experiences and could be trained.
  3. c An Austrian doctor and pioneer in psychology. He developed the idea that actions may be unconsciously determined by early experiences. He developed psychoanalysis.
  4. d An English law that granted suffrage to only well-to-do middle class men (added 2% to the voting rolls) & revised voter rep. in parliament to get rid of rotten boroughs
  5. e Movement started by Jewish people to create a homeland in Palestine in order to escape prejudice.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. a gasoline-powered engine that made it possible to run automobiles.
  2. to withdraw
  3. 16th President in 1860 who promised to stop the spread of Slavery. This angered southerners and led to the civil war. He also issues Emancipation Proclamation.
  4. Law that made it lawful to move Native Americans off their land in the Southeast and relocate them to the west so that settlers could take their good farmland
  5. the study of the human mind and behavior.

5 True/False Questions

  1. 14th AmendmentAddition to Constitution that said a state could NOT deny a person's right to vote because of their race, color, or previous condition of servitude (slavery).

          

  2. ReconstructionPolicy of separating the races that was a law in the south from the end of reconstruction to the civil rights movement of the 1960's

          

  3. Louis Pasteurdiscovered that bacteria grew in alcohol fermentation. He also discovered that heat killed these germs, and started to develop the germ theory of disease.

          

  4. Manifest DestinyThe belief that Americans have the right and duty to control all the North American continent

          

  5. AustraliaThe right to vote

          

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