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  1. Interstate Highway Act 1955
  2. Neutrality Acts of 1935,1936,1937
  3. Dwight Eisenhower
  4. Quarantine Speech
  5. Lend-Lease Act
  1. a Famous WW2 General. President 1953 - 1960. Known for ending korean war, making interstate high system, "Modern Republican" grandfatherly, 2 terms. 50's prosperity
  2. b FDR Speech 1937, Speech that marks turning point in US policy from isolationism to interventionism
  3. c Eisenhower 20 yr plan to build 41,000 mi of highway, largest public works project in history
  4. d 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
  5. e in WWII. no sale of arms or loans to fighting nations, americans couldnt travel on warring countries sips, non-military goods on cash and carry, banned involvement in Spanish Civil war

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Law Passed in 1944 to help returning veterans buy homes and pay for higher education
  2. 1948 States' Rights Democratic Party, conservative breakaway of democratic party, segregational white supremecists
  3. Secretary of State for Eisenhower, and was major advocator in the fight against communism. He pushed for the US intervention in Vietnam. Guatemala coup d'├ętat mastermind.
  4. During WWII, FDR established it to allocated scarce materials, limited or stopped the production of civilian goods, and distributed contracts among competing manufacturers
  5. Japanese relocation from west coast inland.

5 True/False questions

  1. Midwayallied forces under dwight d. eisenhower landed on the beaches of normandy in history's greatest naval invasion.beginning of end of WWII

          

  2. Rosie the RiveterAdvertising campaign character who encouraged women to take factory jobs during WWII

          

  3. American First Committeehearings to investigate the country's involvement on WW1; this committee documented the huge profits that arms factories had made during the war

          

  4. Julius and Ethel Rosenbergcommunists who received international attention when they were executed having been found guilty of conspiracy to commit espionage in relation to passing information on the American atomic bomb to the Soviet Union

          

  5. Medgar EversWWII Important battle, broke Japanese supremacy in Pacific, Stalled Japanese offensive