Upgrade to remove ads
Social Studies EXAM
Terms in this set (288)
The four main long term causes of World War I.
Nationalism, imperialism, militarism, and system of alliances.
Who was the strongest European country by the late 1800s
Prior to the war, who was in the Triple Alliance (Central Powers)?
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy
Prior to the war,what countries made up the Triple Entente or allied powers?
Britain, France, and Russia
During the war, what countries were in the new central powers?
The German Empire, The Austria-Hungary Empire, Bulgaria and The Ottoman Empire
During the war, what countries were in the new allied powers?
Beliguim, China, France, Italy, Japan, Russia, Britain
A form of warfare in which opposing armies fight each other from trenches dug in the battlefield. The conditions were terrible with disease and dead bodies everywhere.
Harlem Hell Fighters
The African American infantry unit that fought with the French Army in World War. They earned valor of honor from France. In combat for 191 days and never lost a position, person as a prisoner, and only failing to lose an objective once. NAMED THE 369th SUBSTANIMENT INFANTRY BRIGADE.
Conference of the major powers to reduce naval armaments among Great Britain, Japan, France, Italy, and the United States. No enforcement of the terms were specified.
From 1920-1929 what happened to the populations of the rural and urban areas in the U.S?
Nearly 2 million people from the south migrated north because it had more job opportunities. Mostly African-Americans.
United States manufacturer of automobiles who pioneered mass production (1863-1947). He also installed the assembly line.
What did the creation of the assembly line do to the production of automobiles?
It increased the speed of cars being made from 12 hours to 93 minutes which decreased price. It allowed Ford to pay employees more and decreased work hours.
Because of disposable income, what new products became available?
Electric Razors, facial tissues, frozen food, household cleaning products, electric irons, vacuum cleaners, washing machines, refrigerator, and radio.
What is consumer credit?
Personal debt taken on to purchase goods and services. (introduced credit cards)
advertising turned into a new industry that preyed on the consumer's fears.
Plight of African-Americans during economic boom of 1920s
Lost factory jobs when WWI men came back from the war.
Plight of Native Americans during economic boom of 1920
Isolated on reserves where there were little job opportunities.
Plight of deep southerners during economic boom of 1920s
Economy shifted from an agricultural base and so profits were slim.
Fear of the unkown
What initiated the fear of communism in the U.S?
The Bolshevik Revolution in Russia. (Russia is now communist)
A period of general fear of communists. It was an anti-communist movement as well as an anti-immigration movement.
Michell Palmer and The palmer raids.
Palmer was the attorney general and was in charge of the American Communist Movement. During the Palmer Raids, men hinted suspected socialists, communists, and anarchist. They deported people without a trial.
Three Largest Urban Cities in the 1920s
1. New York City
Where were speakeasies located?
Penthouses, cellars, office buildings, rooming houses, and hardware stores.
What was the home of organized crime?
movement of over 300,000 African Americans from the rural south into Northern cities between 1914 and 1920. They moved to try to find more jobs.
Literary movements led by well educated, middle-class African Americans, who expressed a new pride in the African-American experience.
what was the N.A.A.C.P?
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, provided legal help for african americans. Founder was James Weldon Johnson. Wanted to protect rights and pushed for anti-lynching laws.
Describe Harlem New York and how does James Weldon Johnson describe it?
Worlds largest black urban community with residence from the south, the west indies. Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Hati. "THE CAPITAL OF BLACK AMERICA"
African American poet who described the rich culture of african American life using rhythms influenced by jazz music. He wrote of African American hope and defiance, as well as the culture of Harlem and also had a major impact on the Harlem Renaissance.Described the plights of the working class African-Americans.
African American actor and singer who promoted African American rights and left-wing causes. He started in "Othello" which played in London and NYC.
the most famous nightclub in Harlem where Duke Ellington played.
African American leader durin the 1920s who founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association and advocated mass migration of African Americans back to Africa. Was deported to Jamaica in 1927.
Universal Negro Improvement Association: advocated support for African-American businesses and for a return to Africa. Founded by Marcus Garvey.
each nation wanted to have the strongest military. (one of the four biggest caused of WWI)
A strong feeling of pride in and devotion to one's country ( one of the four biggest causes to WWI)
information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view.
goods prohibited from shipment to Germany and its allies
A promise Germany made to America, after Wilson threatened to sever ties, to stop sinking their ships without warning.
This was sent by Germans to encourage a Mexican attack against the United States. Intercepted by the US in 1917. It said that Germany would return New Mexico, Texas, and Arizona after the war.
War Industry Board
Board created during World War I to coordinate all facets of industrial and agricultural production, sought to guarantee that not only the United States but also the rest of the Allies would be well supplied
National War Labor Board
A board that negotiated labor disputes and gave workers what they wanted to prevent strikes that would disrupt the war. Created by William Taft and Frank Waslh.
Committee on Public Information (CPI)
government agency created during World War I to encourage Americans to support the war. Headed by George Creed.
the act of spying, especially a government spy obtaining secrets of another government
Selective Service WWI
Law passed by Congress in 1917 that required all men from ages 21 to 30 to register for the military draft. Wilson Created it.(WWI)
No Man's land
Territory between rival Trenches, very dangerous.
An agreement to stop fighting
Treaty of Versailles
The treaty that ended WWI and blamed Germany for the start of the war. Took place at that Palace of Versailles.
The Forbes Scandal
Charles Forbes sold mechanical supplies from veteran's hospitals and kept the money.
The Teapot Dome Scandal
A government scandal involving Albert Fall who tried to sell lands containing U.S navy reserves to Germany.
Americans could make more money and the government collected taxes at a lower rate.
Encouraged businesses to form trade association which increased food production. Also encouraged people to take part in Wheatless Monday, Meatless Tuesday, and Porkless Thursdays. Created by Herbert Hoover.
Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce
Created to find new markets for economics. Created by Herbert Hoover
The Bureau of Aviation
Regulate and promote the growth of the airline industry. Created by Herbert Hoover.
The Federal Radio Commission
Helped the young radio industry by regulating radio frequency and the power of transmitters. Created by Herbert Hoover.
a policy of remaining apart from the affairs or interests of other groups, especially the political affairs of other countries.
The Washington Conference
Conference of the major powers to reduce naval armaments among Great Britain, Japan, France, Italy, and the United States. No enforcement of terms specified.
Agreement signed in 1928 in which nations agreed not to pose the threat of war against one another and to settle any disputes peacefully.
Process of making large quantities of a product quickly and cheaply. Workers were paid more. Things cost less.
The production method that breaks down a complex job into a series of smaller tasks. Adopted by Henry Ford. Allowed workers to work less and be paid more.
A cheap and simple car designed by Ford. It allowed for more Americans to own a car. Demonstrated the economic concept of elasticity or how sensitive product demand is to price.
Kelly Act of 1925
US Postal Service uses private airplane operators to help carry mail
The National Broadcasting Company
Set up a network of stations to broadcast daily programs
Companies allowed workers to buy stock, participate in profit sharing, and receive medical care and pensions
a workplace where employees were not required to join a union
Ku Klux Klan
Attacked African-Americans, destroyed saloons, opposed unions, tried to drive out Roman Catholics, Jews, and immigrants from the country.
Nicknamed "Black Wallstreet" because all of the businesses were owns by African-Americans. Destroyed in the Tulsa riots.
Emergency Quota Act of 1921
A maximum number of people who could enter the U.S from each foreign country. Targeted counties with a lot of Jews, Roman Catholics, and did not let anyone from Japan enter.
National Origins Act of 1924
an unlimited amount of of Natives of the western hemisphere were able to come into the country.
Believed everything of value was found in the Bible, and there was no room for interpretation.
The Eighteenth Amendment
Prohibited the manufacture, sale, and distribution of alcoholic beverages (Prohibition)
The Volstead Act
established Prohibition Bureau in the Treasury Department in 1919, but the agency was underfunded
underground hidden saloons and nightclubs were alcohol was sold.
The Twenty-First Amendment
repeals the eighteenth Amendment and got rid of prohibition
The World Court
a court established to settle disputes between members of the United Nations
Fordney-McCumber Act of 1922
Raised tariffs dramatically in an effect to protect American industry from foreign competition. Ended up hurting American agriculture.
McNary-Haugen Bill of 1928
A plan in which the government would boost farm processes by buying surpluses and selling them, at t loss, overseas.
a belief that one's native land needs to be protected against immigrants
people who oppose all forms of organized government. Specifically Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti.
Newlands Reclamation Act of 1902
Authorized the use of federal funds from public land sales to pay for irrigation and land development projects, mainly in the dry Western states.
A human beings developed from lower forms of life over the course of millions of years.
the belief that God created the world as described in the Bible
unconventional (in an artistic way)
The Lost Generation
Group of writers in 1920s who shared the belief that they were lost in a greedy, materialistic world that lacked moral values and often choose to flee to Europe
the exaltation of ones nation over the people
Who first used fascism and where did it come from
Benito Musolini. Latin word for power.
2 Ideologies that drove WWII Dictators
Nationalism and expansionalism
What made Germans angry
Bankrupt from every opposing country
Russian leader who succeeded Lenin as head of the Communist Party and created a totalitarian state by purging all opposition (1879-1953)
Hitler's earliest ally, fascist, believed in extreme nationalism and expansionism, anti- communist
Believed in extreme nationalism, racism, and expansionism
third german empire
Joseph Stalin's focus
to make soviet union world industrial power. Goals were agricultural and economic growth
to transform the soviet union into a world industrial power
where individuals have no rights nd the government suppresses all opposition
Who established fascist italy
King of Italy
Victor Emmanuel II
Mussolini's name for himself
II Duce: The leader
Official NAZI name
National Socialist German Worker's Party
Hitler's name for himself
The Fuhrer: The Leader
"My Struggle" Hitler's book that outlined his beliefs for Nazism- german fascism
What caused tension in Japan 1930's
When they are condemned by the league of nations for seizing manchuria
What caused tension in Ethiopia 1930's
Italy defeats Ethiopia and league of nations does not help and is scolded
Emperor of Ethiopia
What caused tension in Spain 1930's
Francisco Franco rebels against spanish republic
Dictator of Spain
1936, led by Senator Gerald Nye, revealed corruption of American arms manufacturers, some of whom had been supplying Fascist governments with weapons, others calling for entry to WWI
Neutrality Act 1
outlawed arms sales or loans to warring countries
Neutrality Act 2
extended ban on arms sales
Neutrality Act 3
US cannot loan money or trade with nations at civil war.
Hitler broke treaty of versailles
building a new airforce and drafting troops
Three reasons Hitler was negotiated with
to avoid bloodshed, some saw reason all german speakers should be united, interested in peace if they gained more land
Hitler's conquest 1
Hitler's conquest 2
Hitler's conquest 3 Poland
Hitler's conquest 4
Hitler's conquest 5
Hitler's conquest 6
Hitler's conquest 7
Hitler's conquest 8
Hitler's conquest 9
German speaking country on border of Czechoslovakia
agreement to give Hitler sudetenland if he stopped fighting
Lightning war. When the Germans bombed poland
the rescue of thousands of allied troops
Dunkirk's code name
Battle of Britain
where Britain was bombed every single night for 2 months, and were stopped by the royal airforce with their radar8
Nazis' program during World War II to kill people they considered undesirable. Some 6 million Jews perished during the Holocaust, along with millions of Poles, Gypsies, Communists, Socialists, and others.
stripped jews of their german citizenship had to wear gold star of david
the night of broken glass, night of anti-jewish suppression
The enslavement or execution of all inferior groups
Final Solution targets
Jews, gypsies, Roman Catholics, Homosexuals, the mentally ill, and physically disabled
Security Squadron "Death Squads" killed jews on the spot
where people went to work to death
where people were brought to be killed
the largest death camp, located in Poland
Hitler's betrayal of Joseph Stalin
when hitler invades the soviet union
Japanese Prime Minister who Ordered the Attack on Pearl Harbor
12/07/1941 180 Japanese warplanes bombed Pearl Harbor(largest Pacific naval base) went for 90 mins
where the government drafted people and gathered volunteers(WWII)
The Women's Army Corps allowed women to serve in non-combat units.
Discrimination in WWII
Mexican, African, Chinese, Native, and Japanese Americans all had to fight in separate units from other ethnic groups and white americans
Office of Scientific Research. Made radars, sonars, medicine like penicillin, made the Atomic Bomb
OPA & purpose for homefront during WWII
office of price admin. To help endure an adequate food supply. Set up ration system
Joined forces after Pearl Harbor
US and Britain
Battle of the Atlantic
Germany's naval attempt to cut off British supply ships by using u-boats. Caused Britain and the US to officially join the war after their ships were sunk. After this battle, the Allies won control of the seas, allowing them to control supply transfer, which ultimately determined the war. 1939-1945
Battle of Stalingrad
(1942) World War II battle between invading German forces and Soviet defenders for control of Stalingrad; each side sustained hundreds of thousands of casualties; Germany's defeat marked turning point in the war
Allied invasion of North Africa
leader of Afrika Korps
German unit that attacked Africa
the first squad of african american pilots in the army air corps, 99th persuit
All black unit nicknamed "the buffaloes" won: 7 legion merit awards, 65 silver stars, 162 bronze stars
Hawaiian Nisei(Japanese emmigrants) saw brutal combat and were nicknamed the purple heart battalion, eventually merged with the 442 regimental combat team
D-Day attack of Allied troops on the coast of German-occupied Normandy. Although it held heavy costs, the attack succeeded in providing a foothold for further Allied encroachment into continental Europe.
Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower
Devised and commanded D-Day
Gen. Omar Bradley
led the D-Day bombing campainge
Gen. George Patton
led D-Day assault that took back France
Majdanek Death Camp
1000 starving prisoners largest crematorium store house with 800000 shoes, "Gigantic Murder Plant"
Adolf Hitler's death & Fall of the third reich
Hitler shot himself while his new bride drank poison in their underground bunker, his death lead to Germany's surrender and stopped advancing the third reich making it fall
Hitler's long time companion and new bride when they killed themselves
When Germany surrendered who did us have to fight? where?
Japan in the Pacific
Lt. Colonel James Doolittle
Army Aircorps commander and pilot. Devised and led the Doolittle raids on Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Battle of the Coral Sea
Americans and Australians stopped Japan's seige of Australia
19,000 American troops landed Japan's first defeat on land "Death Island"
Pilots of bomb laden suicide planes that crashed into allied ships
Battle of Iwo Jima
fought over the close proximity to Japan, very valuable to either side, 6000 marines died
Battle of Okinawa
1900 Kamikaze fighters killed 5000 allied troops. Americans secured victory and proceeded to Japan loosing 7600 while Japan lost 110000
Best kept secret of WWII. created by the manhattan project used to bomb Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Important Japanese city that was bombed with the little boy nuke
Important Japanese port that was bombed with the fat man nuke
Where the big three met in yalta and decided to divide Germany into quarters for US, Soviets, Great Britain, and France
Winston Churchill, FDR, Joseph Stalin
the trial of Germany's war crimes on the nuremberg laws, concentration camps, death camps, humanitary, peace, and war crimes
the trial for Japan's war crimes on their torture of prisoners, humanitary, peace, and war crimes
5 critical factors
industries in trouble, farmers struggled, consumers had less money, people living on credit, uneven distribution of money
industries and businesses that struggled
farming, railroads, textiles, steel, mining, lumber
railroads lost business to
trucks, busses, private cars
because they were in debt for the machines bought to meet the demand for the production of food & materials during WWI
purchasing and spending less
rising prices, stagnant wages, unbalanced distribution of income and the overbuying on credit
Herbert Hoover beat Alfred E Smith
who ran and one the presidential election of 1928
Alfred E Smith
first roman catholic nominated to run for president was a democrat
hoovers approach to eco recovery
decided to let the people get themselves financially right again and provided no financial help to the americans
long period of rising stocks and will eventually drop at some point
Tuesday October 29 1929 16.4 million dollars in stocks were sold. eco plummeted, unemployment sky rocketed
A period from 1929-1940 when the eco plummeted 7 unemployment skyrocketed
4 Causes of the Great Depression
living off easy credit, less money to spend, farmers struggled, income was distributed unevenly
Hawley Smoot Tariff
charged tax for the income of foreign goods, was raised to help america to get out of debt
because they were already struggling and in debt
how rural areas were effected
they were not hit as bad as cities because they could still grow their own food
a drought that caused the topsoil of Texas, Kansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, & Colorado to dust making dust storms common
John Steinbecks grapes of wrath
was about the migrant workers that fled to California's San Joaquin Valley to pick grapes and cotton to escape the dust bowel
Margaret Bourke White
photographer who took photos of the great depression
Attendance of movie theatres
because it helped them to forget about the struggles
major films released
King Kong, Snow White, Mr Smith Goes to Washington, The Wizard of Oz, Gone with the Wind
Marches occurred due to lack of food. People shouted "Feed the hungry, tax the rich" and raided grocery stores.
effect on men
caused them to bend under pressure and become hobos
effects on women
caused them to be hired and work more
effect on children
did not have proper nutritional diets, & they sometimes ran away to ease their parents struggling
Herbert hoovers staunch individualism
he believed the people should get back to normal on their own
"hoover villes", "hoover blankets" and "hoover flags"
hoover villes: Shanty towns
hoover blankets: newspapers or thin blankets to keep warm
hoover flags: empty pockets turned inside out
WWI veterans that did not get paid
FDR beat Hoover
who ran and won the election of 1932
Cousin of Theodore Roosevelt grew up in Hyde Park NY and was politically elected to the NY state senate
FDR's group of advisors
3 general goals of the New Deal
1: relief of needy
2: eco recovery
3: financial reform
the time that the new deal was thought up and created
March 5 1933 when FDR shut down the banks completely and people could not withdraw any money on that day
Emergency Banking Relief Act
Authorized the treasury depot to inspect americas banks
3 Components of the Emergency Banking Relief Act
1: financially sound banks could reopen
2: banks who could not repay debts would remain closed
3: banks who needed help could receive loans
Glass Steagall Act
Established the FDIC
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp provides federal insurance for individual bank accounts up to $5000
Federal Securities Act
Requires all corps to provide complete info on stock offerings and made them liable for any misrepresentations
Agriculteral Adjustment Act
Raised crop prices by lowering production. Forced farmers to leave a percentage of land unseeded
Civilian Conservation Corps
put young men aged 18-25 to work building roads, developing parks, & planting trees
Public Works Admin
provided money to states to create jobs chiefly construction of schools & other community buildings
Home Owners Loan Corps
Provided government loans to prevent people from facing foreclosure on their homes
Fr Charles Coughlin
Roman Catholic Priest who had radio broadcast sermons that combined favored guaranteed annual income and the nationalization of banks
Dr Francis Townshend
California Physician who felt FDR did not do enough for the poor and elderly devised a pension plan that would provide monthly benefits to the aged
most serious challenger to the New Deal proposed the share our wealth and had 7.5 mil supporters before assassinated by a lone gunman
Second New Deal? How Ella Roosevelt included?
included programs to build on federal programs on the first new deal; because she was the wife of FDR and was partially responsible for it
Works Progress Admin
Sought to create as many jobs as possible as quick as possible. Spent $11.4 Billion between 1935-1943, to give jobs to more than 8 million americans
National Youth Admin
to create and provide edu, jobs, counseling, and recreation for young people
supported collective bargaining, & protected the rights of workers to join unions and engage in collective bargaining with employers
Committee for Industrial Organization
A federation of unions that organized workers in industrial unions in the united states & Canada
Social Security Act
Created a pension system which provided substantial benefits to millions of americans
She was FDR's wife(First Lady) Transformed the role of the first lady, she was a social reformer and humanitarian with great political skills. Urged FDR to appoint women to government positions
The first female cabinet member when she was named Secretary of Labor
Second New Deal for African Americans
it gave more than 100 african americans to key government positions administered by FDR
Indian Reorganization Act of 1934; John Collier?
Helped move toward Native American Autonomy & helped restore some reservation land to tribal ownership; John Collier was the commissioner of Indian Affairs & helped create the IRA
New Deal Coalition
An alignment of diverse groups dedicated to supporting the democratic party
1 Democratic Strength & 2 Ethnic Groups that helped FDR win the election of 36
1: New York, Boston, Philadelphia, & Chicago
2: Roman Catholics, Jews, Italians, Irish, Polish, & African Americans
Alfred E. Smith
A 4-time governor of New York, and the first Roman Catholic to win a major party's nomination for president
Making only small down payments
demanding the investor repay the loan at once
a quick windfall for buyers
takes place when many depositors decide to withdraw their money at one time for a fear that the bank will collapse
purchasers could make small down payments and pay the remainder of the item's price in monthly installments
raised the average tariff rate to the highest level in American history
Ejected nonpaying tenants, piling their belongings in the street.
people who abandoned their families and began hitching rides on boxcars and sleeping under bridges
a drought that farmers in Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, and Colorado got hit by
A cartoonist that brought Mickey Mouse to life in 1928
added flesh and blood to journalists' reports of poverty and misfortune
Author that showed what his characters were thinking and feeling before they speak
his style was referred to as regionalists school. He was a painter
government financed building projects
National Credit Corporation
was an organization created in 1931 in the United States by President Herbert Hoover's administration to try to stop bank failure stemming from the Great Depression, and was a forerunner of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation.
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
to give loans to buisnesses
money given directly to impoverished families
The Bonus Army
WWI veterans who marched on Washington demanding their $1,000 bonus pay before the 1945 due date.
A highly contagious infectious disease of the spinal cord caused by a filterable virus.
A series of reforms enacted by the Franklin Roosevelt administration between 1933 and 1942 with the goal of ending the Great Depression.
The Hundred Days
the special session of Congress that Roosevelt called to launch his New Deal programs. The special session lasted about three months: 100 days.
The New Nationalism
Roosevelt's progressive political policy that favored heavy government intervention in order to assure social justice
The New Freedom
President Wilson's program to break up trusts and restore American economic competition
informal talks given by FDR over the radio; sat by White House fireplace; gained the confidence of the people
The Securities Act
required companies that sold stocks and bonds to provide complete and truthful information to investors
The Securities and Exchange Commission
monitors the stock market and enforces laws regulating the sale of stocks and bonds
The Glass Steagall Act
established the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and included banking reforms, some of which were designed to control speculation
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Protected bank deposits up to $5,000
The Home Owners Loan Corporation
loaned money at low interest to homeowners who could not meet mortgage payments
Farm Credit Administration
Helped farmers refinance their mortgages in order to keep their farms
The Agricultural Adjustment Act
raised crop prices by lowering production
The National Industrial Recovery Act
permitted all workers to join unions of their choice, allowed workers to bargain collectively for wage increases and benefits, allowed workers to go on strike to try to force employers to meet their demands
The National Recovery Administration
New Deal agency that promoted economic recovery by regulating production, prices, and wages
The Civilian Conservation Corps
put young men aged 18 to 25 to work building roads, developing parks, planting trees, and helping in soil-erosion and flood-control projects
The Public Works Administration
provided money to states to create jobs
situation in which a government spends more money than it takes in
American Liberty League
Organization of wealthy Republicans and conservative Democrats whose attacks on the New Deal caused Roosevelt to denounce them as "economic royalists" in the campaign of 1936
Father Charles Coughlin
Roman Catholic priest who used popular radio sermons to criticize Roosevelt
felt that FDR did not do enough for the poor and elderly devised a pension plan to provide monthly benefits to the aged
Works Progress Administration
Created jobs by improving highways, dredging rivers and harbors, and providing programs in the arts to unemployed artists
National Labor Relations Board
organized factory elections by secret ballot to determine whether workers wanted a union
dissatisfied union members could take their complaints to a neutral party who would listen to both sides and decide on the issues
Work stoppage in which workers shut down all machines and refuse to leave a factory until their demands are met.
1934 - Restored tribal ownership of lands, recognized tribal constitutions and government, and provided loans for economic development.
Roosevelt's first serious political mistake that gave the impression he was trying to undermine the court's independence
favored balancing the budget and cutting spending
John Maynard Keyes
published a book arguing that gov should spend heavily in a recession, even if it requires deficit spending
Where the government works out conflicts among different interests
safeguards and relief programs that protected them against economic disaster
the belief that it was up to the individual Americans to get themselves back on their feet
what shantytowns were called
newspapers used as blankets
Empty Pockets turned inside out
"The Brain Trust"
FDR's presidential advisors
FDR's wife was partially responsible for the second new deal, which transformed the role of the First Lady
Mary McLeod Bethune
Hired as the head of the DNA and organized a "Black Cabinet" a group of influential African Americans that advised FDR on key race issues
THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH...
Unit 2 Test
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE...
Am History Test 2
US History Spring Final Study Guide
COS 6 Vocabulary
Chapter 9 SS
OTHER SETS BY THIS CREATOR
SS Unit 5
DNA Test 2
Unit 7 Vocab
Spanish Vocab Lesson 1(Second Semester)
OTHER QUIZLET SETS
psyc101 ch. 12
History Study Guide