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US Congress/Political History
Purpose of Constitutional Convention
Great Compromise (Connecticut Compromi…
New Jersey Plan
Virginia Plan
revise Articles of Confederation after Shay's Rebellion showe…
Bicameral Legislature with House based on population... and the…
equal representation in Congress to better represent small st…
representation in Congress based on population to better repr…
Purpose of Constitutional Convention
revise Articles of Confederation after Shay's Rebellion showe…
Great Compromise (Connecticut Compromi…
Bicameral Legislature with House based on population... and the…
US history political parties
pro-manufacturing
pro-british
pro-french
favored a loose interpretation of the…
Federalists
Federalists
Democratic-Republicans
Federalists
pro-manufacturing
Federalists
pro-british
Federalists
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US History - Gilded Age Politics
William Tweed
Grover Cleveland
James Garfield
William Jennings Bryan
"Boss" of New York City
Won presidential election to two non-consecutive terms
Assassinated in 1881
Famous for the "Cross of Gold" speech - Lost to McKinley in t…
William Tweed
"Boss" of New York City
Grover Cleveland
Won presidential election to two non-consecutive terms
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US History Politics
Liberal
Conservative
Eisenhower
Modern Republicanism
open to new behavior or opinions and willing to discard tradi…
holding to traditional attitudes and values and cautious abou…
the 34th President of the United States from 1953 until 1961
Dwight Eisenhower's philosophy that sought to balance governm…
Liberal
open to new behavior or opinions and willing to discard tradi…
Conservative
holding to traditional attitudes and values and cautious abou…
12 terms
US History Politics
Conservative
Communist
Liberal
Republican
A political viewpoint disposed to preserve existing condition…
Command system, government owns the means of production, econ…
A person whose views favor more govt involvemnt in business,…
One of the two major modern American political parties. It em…
Conservative
A political viewpoint disposed to preserve existing condition…
Communist
Command system, government owns the means of production, econ…
17 terms
US History: Vietnam War and Politics
Ho Chi Minh
Vietminh
Domino Theory
Ngo Dinh Diem
- the Marxist leader of Vietnam who resisted the French and f…
- the liberation (freedom) movement in Vietnam in WW II; foug…
-the fear that if Vietnam "fell" to communism, other countrie…
-leader of South Vietnam supported by U.S. even though he was…
Ho Chi Minh
- the Marxist leader of Vietnam who resisted the French and f…
Vietminh
- the liberation (freedom) movement in Vietnam in WW II; foug…
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History - US Politics
Political Party
Patronage
Coattail Politics
Plank
A group of office holders, candidates, and holders who identi…
Appointing loyal party members to positions.
People are elected based on the current president.
Single belief of a political party.
Political Party
A group of office holders, candidates, and holders who identi…
Patronage
Appointing loyal party members to positions.
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US History-Politics
The Grant Administration
Lincoln Oath
Ironclad Oath
Wade Davis Bill
Alienated Northerners with Radical Reconstruction. Liberal Re…
I pledge to the USA
I did not aid confederates
July 1862.... Required a majority of Voters to Support the union…
The Grant Administration
Alienated Northerners with Radical Reconstruction. Liberal Re…
Lincoln Oath
I pledge to the USA
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Political Parties in US History
Federalists 1780-1801
Republicans 1780-1801
Democrats 1836-1850
Whigs 1836-1850
favored strong central government, "loose" interpretation of…
Emphasized states rights, "strict" interpretation of the cons…
party of tradition, looked towards the past, spoke to fears o…
party of modernization, looked towards future, spoke to hopes…
Federalists 1780-1801
favored strong central government, "loose" interpretation of…
Republicans 1780-1801
Emphasized states rights, "strict" interpretation of the cons…
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US Political History
George Washington
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
1st president, 1789-1797, Independent... Father of Our Country,…
2nd president, 1797-1801, Federalist... Helped write Declaration…
3rd president, 1801-1809, Democratic-Republican... Insisted "Bil…
4th president, 1809-1817, Democratic-Republican... Father of the…
George Washington
1st president, 1789-1797, Independent... Father of Our Country,…
John Adams
2nd president, 1797-1801, Federalist... Helped write Declaration…
US history political parties
pro-manufacturing
pro-british
pro-french
favored a loose interpretation of the…
federalists
federalists
democrats
federalists
pro-manufacturing
federalists
pro-british
federalists
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Political Parties in US History
Federalists 1780-1801
Republicans 1780-1801
Democrats 1836-1850
Whigs 1836-1850
favored strong central government, "loose" interpretation of…
Emphasized states rights, "strict" interpretation of the cons…
party of tradition, looked towards the past, spoke to fears o…
party of modernization, looked towards future, spoke to hopes…
Federalists 1780-1801
favored strong central government, "loose" interpretation of…
Republicans 1780-1801
Emphasized states rights, "strict" interpretation of the cons…
Political Parties in US History
Early National Period (1788-1817)
'Era of Good Feelings' (1817-1829)
Jacksonian/Second Party Era (1829-1854)
Civil War/Reconstruction (1854-1877)
Federalist Party: Advocated strong national government (Was…
Democratic-Republicans: With the Federalist Party virtually…
Democratic Party: Andrew Jackson presided over the name cha…
Democratic Party: By now the more conservative, 'states'-ri…
Early National Period (1788-1817)
Federalist Party: Advocated strong national government (Was…
'Era of Good Feelings' (1817-1829)
Democratic-Republicans: With the Federalist Party virtually…
US politics/ history
Where was the so called "Tea Party" he…
How is an amendment to the constitutio…
What was the major cause of the Americ…
In the American Civil War, what were t…
Boston.
2/3 of the Senate and House of Representatives to agree on th…
Lincoln wanted to abolish slavery. The Southern states did no…
Confederates.
Where was the so called "Tea Party" he…
Boston.
How is an amendment to the constitutio…
2/3 of the Senate and House of Representatives to agree on th…
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US History: Chapter 20- Politics of the Roaring Twenties
nativism
isolationism
communism
anarchists
A policy of favoring native-born individuals over foreign-bor…
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
A theory or system of social organization based on the holdin…
people who oppose all forms of organized government
nativism
A policy of favoring native-born individuals over foreign-bor…
isolationism
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
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US Politics Chapter 3: Politics in American History
feudalism
slavery
French and Indian War
popular sovereignty
a social system in which a rigid social and political hierarc…
the ownership, for forced labor, of one people by another
a war fought between France and England, and allied Indians ,…
the concept that the citizens are the ultimate source of poli…
feudalism
a social system in which a rigid social and political hierarc…
slavery
the ownership, for forced labor, of one people by another
VA/US History SOL - Government & Politics
First Political Parties
Town Meetings
Checks and Balances
Popular Soverignty
Federalists - wanted a strong federal (central) government... A…
Colonists - direct democracy
President can veto an act passed by Congress... Congress can ove…
Authority of the government is created and sustained by the c…
First Political Parties
Federalists - wanted a strong federal (central) government... A…
Town Meetings
Colonists - direct democracy
us history political foundations
alien and sedition acts
alexander hamilton
democrtaics- republicsns
embargo
1798 laws that allowed the gov to imprison or deport aliens,…
...
...
official ban or restriction on trade
alien and sedition acts
1798 laws that allowed the gov to imprison or deport aliens,…
alexander hamilton
...
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us history political foundations
alien and sedition acts
alexander hamilton
Thomas Jefferson
embargo
1798 laws that allowed the gov to imprison or deport aliens,…
Believed in loose construction of the constitution, Federalis…
Anti-federalist strict construction of constitution, success-…
official ban or restriction on trade
alien and sedition acts
1798 laws that allowed the gov to imprison or deport aliens,…
alexander hamilton
Believed in loose construction of the constitution, Federalis…
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US History-divisive politics of slavery
Missouri Compromise
Fugitive Slave Act
Kansas-Nebraska Act
Republican Party
Congress orchestrated a two-part compromise, granting Missour…
A law passed as part of the Compromise of 1850, which provide…
The Act of Congress in 1854 annulling the Missouri Compromise…
They were founded by anti-slavery activists in 1854. Original…
Missouri Compromise
Congress orchestrated a two-part compromise, granting Missour…
Fugitive Slave Act
A law passed as part of the Compromise of 1850, which provide…
US History Political Map
alabama
alaska
arizona
arkansas
alabama
alaska
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US Government and Politics - The History
When was the American Revolutionary Wa…
How many need to agree in both the Sen…
Which amendment states "all are equal…
Who introduced the New Deal
Between 19th April 1775 and the 3rd September 1783
2/3
The 14th amendment states not to "deny to any person within i…
Franklin. D. Roosevelt
When was the American Revolutionary Wa…
Between 19th April 1775 and the 3rd September 1783
How many need to agree in both the Sen…
2/3
Political Spectrum US History
Republican
Republican
Republican
Republican
Oppose Same sex marriage
Pro-Life (abortion)
Pro-Military/Patriotism
Religion- favor combination of church and state
Republican
Oppose Same sex marriage
Republican
Pro-Life (abortion)
Political Parties US History
Constitutional Party
Green Party
Libertarian Party
Republican party
USTP- Us taxpayers, focuses on religion to run the country.
Grassroots government, one of the 2 largest third-party parties
One of the largest 3rd parties, holds the popular moderate pa…
also known as conservatives, believe in citizens having more…
Constitutional Party
USTP- Us taxpayers, focuses on religion to run the country.
Green Party
Grassroots government, one of the 2 largest third-party parties
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US History Political Terms
Radical
Liberal
Moderate
Conservative
a person who advocates thorough or complete political or soci…
favoring maximum individual liberty in political and social r…
Sees both parties as overly ideological and wish politicians…
a person who is averse to change and holds to traditional val…
Radical
a person who advocates thorough or complete political or soci…
Liberal
favoring maximum individual liberty in political and social r…
Political Social History of US
Tariffs
Homestead Act
Land Grant Act
Transcontinental R R
Protective
Allowed you as a American citizen, head of a household. To la…
To help small new cities to establish colleges, Mostly Agricu…
A government payed for railroad. They used land subsidies to…
Tariffs
Protective
Homestead Act
Allowed you as a American citizen, head of a household. To la…
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US Politics History (Crash Course)
Secretary of the Treasury
British West Indies
We should be deeply involved.
Manufacturing in the US
Alexander Hamilton was the first what?
Where was Alexander Hamilton born?
What did Hamilton believe about the US and world trade?
Hamilton didn't want the US to just buy and trade stuff? What…
Secretary of the Treasury
Alexander Hamilton was the first what?
British West Indies
Where was Alexander Hamilton born?
US History Ch 27- The Politics of Normalcy
normalcy
free enterprise system
fiscal policy
Teapot Dome Scandal
the concept of life as it was before World War I, when the na…
an economic system that relies on private ownership of proper…
the approach of a government to taxes and government spending
a political scandal in which U.S. secretary of the interior A…
normalcy
the concept of life as it was before World War I, when the na…
free enterprise system
an economic system that relies on private ownership of proper…
52 terms
Political History of US and Georgia
terra incognita
natural law
thomas hobbes
social contract
unknown / unexplored territory
everything i controlled by the environment
wrote the Leviathon and believes in absolute monarchy/ humans…
an agreement among the members of society for social benefits
terra incognita
unknown / unexplored territory
natural law
everything i controlled by the environment
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AP US History Review: Evolution of Politics
proprietary colony
royal colony
charter colony
Mayflower Compact
Colonies which were governed by one or two individuals, usual…
Colonies which were governed by a monarch-appointed governor.…
Colonies in which the king granted a charter to the colonial…
The first governing document of the Plymouth Colony, signed N…
proprietary colony
Colonies which were governed by one or two individuals, usual…
royal colony
Colonies which were governed by a monarch-appointed governor.…
Notre Dame US History Politics of Frustration
Consumerism
"The New Era"
"normalcy"
"Taylorism"
many Americans began to work fewer hours, earn higher salarie…
marked by prosperity and new opportunity in the aftermath of…
the quality or condition of being normal, as the general econ…
mathematical formula for labor, streamlining of tasks and inc…
Consumerism
many Americans began to work fewer hours, earn higher salarie…
"The New Era"
marked by prosperity and new opportunity in the aftermath of…
US History 1920's- Politics
Harding
Teapot Dome scandal (Harding)
Coolidge
Hoover
-From Ohio... -Newspaper business... -Gave government positions to…
-Rock in Wyoming... -The US had oil reserves on the land... -Decide…
-Became president because Harding died... -Believer in doing as…
-West Branch, IA... -Popular when he became president... -"Era of p…
Harding
-From Ohio... -Newspaper business... -Gave government positions to…
Teapot Dome scandal (Harding)
-Rock in Wyoming... -The US had oil reserves on the land... -Decide…
US History--Adams and party politics
What were the names of the first two p…
Name the group led by Alexander Hamilt…
Name the group led by Thomas Jefferson…
What type of government did Hamilton's…
Federalist and Democrat-Republican
Federalist
Democrat-Republican
Strong Central Government
What were the names of the first two p…
Federalist and Democrat-Republican
Name the group led by Alexander Hamilt…
Federalist
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US History Political Party vocab
Political Party
1-Party system
2-Party System
.multi-party system
An organised group of people with at least roughly similar po…
Is a type of state in which a single political party has the…
Is a party system where two major political parties
Is a system in which several political parties across the pol…
Political Party
An organised group of people with at least roughly similar po…
1-Party system
Is a type of state in which a single political party has the…
US History: The US Constitution and Early Politics
What is a strict interpretation of the…
What is a loose interpretation of the…
There is no word about __________ in t…
How many amendments are there?
It says you can only do what is specifically stated in the co…
Even though the constitution says you can do this its underst…
banks
27
What is a strict interpretation of the…
It says you can only do what is specifically stated in the co…
What is a loose interpretation of the…
Even though the constitution says you can do this its underst…
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US History Presidents Political Parties
George Washington
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
James Monroe
independent but had federalist beliefs
Federalist
Democratic-Republican
Democratic Republican
George Washington
independent but had federalist beliefs
John Adams
Federalist
US History - The American Revolution: Politics
Articles of Confederation
Land Ordinance of 1785
Northwest Ordinance of 1787
Shay's rebellion
weak government, firm league of friendship. after Saratoga. S…
division/sale of land is organized. Northwest territories. be…
...
scared the country
Articles of Confederation
weak government, firm league of friendship. after Saratoga. S…
Land Ordinance of 1785
division/sale of land is organized. Northwest territories. be…
US History Chapter 16 Presidential Politics
normalcy
Ohio Gang
Albert B Fall
Teapot Dome Scandal
a reference to returning to a normal time
a group of friends President Harding appointed to cabinet pos…
secretary of the interior under President Harding
scandal involving Harding's secretary of the interior
normalcy
a reference to returning to a normal time
Ohio Gang
a group of friends President Harding appointed to cabinet pos…
Politics and Slavery US History test
California's constitution
The president of California that died…
Compromise of 1850 (people involved)
Compromise of 1850 major parts
banned slavey "free state"
President Zachary Taylor (1849)
Henry Clay(The Great Compromiser)... - after henry clay died sen…
- california is a free state... - tighter fugitive slave laws... -…
California's constitution
banned slavey "free state"
The president of California that died…
President Zachary Taylor (1849)
US2 History Politics Test
moderate/centrist
conservative
Liberal
reactionary/ultra-conservative
A moderate or centrist is an individual whose political views…
A conservative is an individual who favor less change, smalle…
A liberal is an individual who favors change, especially thro…
An ultraconservative is one who looks to a more distant past…
moderate/centrist
A moderate or centrist is an individual whose political views…
conservative
A conservative is an individual who favor less change, smalle…
US History-Political & Economic issues
American Red Scare
Schenck v. Us. 1919
Gitlow v. NY 1919
The Palmer Raids
Americans feared communism would spread
Known anarchist and socialit's
Known socialist with anarchist ties
General Palmers house was bombed in 1919
American Red Scare
Americans feared communism would spread
Schenck v. Us. 1919
Known anarchist and socialit's
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political parties us history test
judicial review
elastic clause
how the state assumption was passed
federalists
gives courts power to review or interpret the Constitution
used the "necessary and proper" clause or the ELASTIC clause…
they came to a compromise by moving the capital farther south…
Hamilton, negative view on people, believed in a strong centr…
judicial review
gives courts power to review or interpret the Constitution
elastic clause
used the "necessary and proper" clause or the ELASTIC clause…
US history II: politics + populists
Rutherford B Hayes 1877-81
Compromise of 1877
Spoils system
James A Garfield 1881-81
•Unpopular president... •associated with the compromise of 1877…
If they supported Rutherford Hayes, the national government p…
To give a person a government job if they supported a republi…
•Republican of Ohio... •Wanted to end spoils system... •Shot by Cha…
Rutherford B Hayes 1877-81
•Unpopular president... •associated with the compromise of 1877…
Compromise of 1877
If they supported Rutherford Hayes, the national government p…
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SIGNIFICANT POLITICAL PARTIES OF US HISTORY
Federalist Party
Democratic Party
Jeffersonian Democracy
Jacksonian Democracy
original advocates of constitution, supporters of Washington…
originally anti-federalists then Democratic-Republicans, smal…
Believed that capable, well-educated leaders should govern in…
Believed that the people themselves should manage governmenta…
Federalist Party
original advocates of constitution, supporters of Washington…
Democratic Party
originally anti-federalists then Democratic-Republicans, smal…
40 terms
NATIONAL POLITICS US HISTORY MORRIS
What evidence is there that the voter…
Give two definitions of the term - Swi…
Give the statistic which shows how eve…
What were the important swing states a…
-fully 80% of eligible voters voted in Presidential years... -50…
-Major voters either republicans or democrats... -State is big e…
In 5 elections between 1872 and 1896, 2 presidents won by les…
-Illinois, Ohio, New York, Indiana... -Out of 20 major party pre…
What evidence is there that the voter…
-fully 80% of eligible voters voted in Presidential years... -50…
Give two definitions of the term - Swi…
-Major voters either republicans or democrats... -State is big e…
Week 46: US History and Politics
citizen
immigrate to
emigrate from
settler
statsborger
innvandre til
utvandre fra
en bosetter (kolonist)
citizen
statsborger
immigrate to
innvandre til
21 terms
US History 11 - Politics and Reform
Sherman Anti-Trust Act
Interstate Commerce Act
McKinley Tariff
Pendleton Act
The first law to limit monopolies in the United States. This…
Interstate Commerce Act prohibited rebates and pools, require…
Tariffs are taxes placed on foreign goods by federal governme…
Created after Garfield's assassination. The federal legislati…
Sherman Anti-Trust Act
The first law to limit monopolies in the United States. This…
Interstate Commerce Act
Interstate Commerce Act prohibited rebates and pools, require…
21 terms
History is made in US politics
to be poised to do something
Millennial
alma mater
to hark back on sth.
bereit sein, etwas zu tun
a person who belongs to the generation who became adults arou…
the school, college or university that somebody went to
auf etwas zurückkommen, etwas wieder aufgreifen
to be poised to do something
bereit sein, etwas zu tun
Millennial
a person who belongs to the generation who became adults arou…
Ch.11: politics and reform US History
Halfbreed
Stalwart
Charles Guiteau
James Garfield
Republican who favored political machine politics and support…
Republican reformer who opposes the patronage system
Stalwart that assassinated president Garfield because he was…
Republican president who was assassinated because he refused…
Halfbreed
Republican who favored political machine politics and support…
Stalwart
Republican reformer who opposes the patronage system
US HISTORY 1: Political Vocab
Absolute Monarchy
Alliance
Bicameral
Unicameral
A monarchy government where the monarch has absolute power am…
A union or association formed for mutual benefit
Having two legislative branches
Having one legislative branch
Absolute Monarchy
A monarchy government where the monarch has absolute power am…
Alliance
A union or association formed for mutual benefit
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