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U.S. History Chapter 12
Who was A. Philip Randolph?
Who was Dwight D. Eisenhower?
Who was Douglas MacArthur?
Who was Benjamin O. Davis?
Head of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters who pressured…
Future American president who was in overall command of the i…
General who had to evacuate the Philippines, who said "I shal…
The highest-ranking African American Army officer.
Who was A. Philip Randolph?
Head of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters who pressured…
Who was Dwight D. Eisenhower?
Future American president who was in overall command of the i…
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U.S. History Chapter 12 Vocab
Polio
Gold Standard
Bank Holiday
Fireside Chats
Highly infectious disease that causes inflammation of the ner…
A monetary system in which paper money and coins are equal to…
in an attempt to restore trust in the nation's banks, FDR clo…
During the depression years of the 1930s, President Roosevelt…
Polio
Highly infectious disease that causes inflammation of the ner…
Gold Standard
A monetary system in which paper money and coins are equal to…
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U.S. History Chapter 12
Nativism
Isolationism
Communism
Anarchists
Favoring the interests of native-born people over foreign-bor…
Opposition to political and economic entanglements with other…
An economic and political system based on one-party governmen…
A person who opposes all forms of government.
Nativism
Favoring the interests of native-born people over foreign-bor…
Isolationism
Opposition to political and economic entanglements with other…
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U.S. History Chapter 12
dollar diplomacy
Open Door policy
Pan-Americanism
Roosevelt Corollary
Foreign policy created under President Taft that had the U.S.…
A policy proposed by the US in 1899, under which ALL nations…
The idea that the United States and Latin America should work…
Roosevelt's 1904 extension of the Monroe Doctrine, stating th…
dollar diplomacy
Foreign policy created under President Taft that had the U.S.…
Open Door policy
A policy proposed by the US in 1899, under which ALL nations…
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U.S. History: Chapter 12
Reconstruction
General Sherman
Ten Percent Plan
Lincoln
program implemented by the federal government between 1865 an…
-proposed that acres abandoned by planters should be given to…
-issued by Lincoln... -as soon as 10% of state's voters took a l…
*goal was to reunify the nation... -grant pardons to C, compensa…
Reconstruction
program implemented by the federal government between 1865 an…
General Sherman
-proposed that acres abandoned by planters should be given to…
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U.S. History Chapter 12
militarism
Franz Ferdinand
Gavrilo Princip
Allied Powers
the glorification of military strength
heir to the Astro-Hungarian throne. Assasinated in June of 1914
The assassin of Archduke Francis Ferdinand of Austria, a memb…
Great Britain, France, Russia
militarism
the glorification of military strength
Franz Ferdinand
heir to the Astro-Hungarian throne. Assasinated in June of 1914
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10th U.S. History Chapter 12 Flashcard Terms
War of 1812
Battle of New Orleans
Congress of Vienna
Treaty of Ghent
(1812-1815): Fought between Britain and the United States ove…
(January 1815): Resounding victory of American forces against…
(1814-1815): Convention of major European powers to redraw th…
(1815): Ended the War of 1812 in a virtual draw, restoring pr…
War of 1812
(1812-1815): Fought between Britain and the United States ove…
Battle of New Orleans
(January 1815): Resounding victory of American forces against…
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U.S. History - Chapter 12
Andrew Johnson
Reconstruction
Freedmen's Bureau
Black Codes
The man who succeeded Abraham Lincoln as president
The period during which the United States began to rebuild af…
Established by Congress; assisted former slaves and poor whit…
severely restricted African Americans life
Andrew Johnson
The man who succeeded Abraham Lincoln as president
Reconstruction
The period during which the United States began to rebuild af…
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U.S. History- Chapter 12, Reconstruction, WV
Lincoln's Plan
Johnson's Plan
Radical Republicans
13th Amendment
10% Plan, which allowed seceded states to rejoin the U.S. if…
allowed seceded states to rejoin the U.S. if a majority of vo…
U.S. Congressmen who wanted full citizenship rights for Afric…
outlawed slavery in the United States (1865)
Lincoln's Plan
10% Plan, which allowed seceded states to rejoin the U.S. if…
Johnson's Plan
allowed seceded states to rejoin the U.S. if a majority of vo…
U.S. History Chapter 12
Welfare Capitalism
speculation
buying on margin
Dow Jones Industrial Average
An approach to labor relations in which companies met some of…
Making high-risk investments in hopes of getting a high gain
Practice by which investors purchase a stock for only a fract…
Measure of average stock prices of major industries
Welfare Capitalism
An approach to labor relations in which companies met some of…
speculation
Making high-risk investments in hopes of getting a high gain
U.S. History Chapter 12
Goal of Reconstruction
10% Plan
Johnson's Plan
Scalawags
To re-establish the Southern States as an integral part of th…
- All southerners (except high ranking Confederate officials)…
- Each southern state must declare secession illegal... - Indivi…
A white southerner who joined the Republican Party after the…
Goal of Reconstruction
To re-establish the Southern States as an integral part of th…
10% Plan
- All southerners (except high ranking Confederate officials)…
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U.S. History Chapter 12
foreign policy
neutrality
isolationism
embargo
guidelines for how a country handles political and economic i…
policy of supporting neither side in a war
a policy of avoiding political or military involvement with o…
Order that restricts or prohibits trade with another country
foreign policy
guidelines for how a country handles political and economic i…
neutrality
policy of supporting neither side in a war
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U.S. History Chapter 12
George Washington suggested this
The President during the Quasi War wit…
Thomas Jefferson decided to send ships…
Thomas Jeffersons embargo hurt
Isolationism
John Adams
Barbary Pirates
American seamen
George Washington suggested this
Isolationism
The President during the Quasi War wit…
John Adams
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U.S. History Chapter 12
Andrew Johnson
Reconstruction
Radical Republicans
Thaddeus Stevens
President after Abraham Lincoln's assassination
period of rebuilding the nation after the Civil War
one of the Congressional Republicans who wanted to destroy th…
one of the leaders of the Radical Republicans
Andrew Johnson
President after Abraham Lincoln's assassination
Reconstruction
period of rebuilding the nation after the Civil War
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Chapter 12 Vocab, U.S. History
Black Codes
Carpetbagger
Civil Rights
Compromise of 1877
Laws that restricted freedmen's rights
Negative nickname for a northern Republican who moved to the…
Citizens' personal liberties guaranteed by law, such as votin…
Agreement in which Democrats agreed to give Rutherford B. Hay…
Black Codes
Laws that restricted freedmen's rights
Carpetbagger
Negative nickname for a northern Republican who moved to the…
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U.S. History I - Chapter 12
joint occupation
mountain man
rendezvous
emigrant
the possession and settling of an area shared by two or more…
a frontiersman living in the mountain wilderness
meeting
a person who leaves one country or region to live elsewhere
joint occupation
the possession and settling of an area shared by two or more…
mountain man
a frontiersman living in the mountain wilderness
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U.S. History - Chapter 12-Vocabulary terms
mechanic
memorize
rural
textile
someone skilled in working with machines
to remember what has been learned
relating to places well outside of cities
fabric or cloth
mechanic
someone skilled in working with machines
memorize
to remember what has been learned
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U.S. History chapter 12
economic adjustments after WW 1
nativism
communism
red scare
cost of living doubled, farmers and factorys suffered as wart…
prejudice against foreign born people
a economic policy system based on a single party government r…
when the revolutions in Russia overthrew the czarist regime t…
economic adjustments after WW 1
cost of living doubled, farmers and factorys suffered as wart…
nativism
prejudice against foreign born people
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Chapter 12-U.S. History-World War II
Adolf Hitler
Appeasement
Neutrality Acts
Flying Tigers
leader of the Nazi Party in Germany; dictator
policy of giving in to satisfy the demands of a potential enemy
(1935-1937) prohibited Americans from traveling on the ships…
a group ofAmerican volunteer fighter pilots recruited to send…
Adolf Hitler
leader of the Nazi Party in Germany; dictator
Appeasement
policy of giving in to satisfy the demands of a potential enemy
Chapter 12 - U.S. History
What is the Manifest Destiny ?
What were the two major factors ?.
In 1818,The U.S. and Great Britain and…
The British were attacked by the abund…
The idea that America was providentially ordained to possess…
1. Land ... 2. Gold
The Oregon Territory jointly until a decision could be made t…
1. Beavers... 2. British fur traders ... 3. Trappers
What is the Manifest Destiny ?
The idea that America was providentially ordained to possess…
What were the two major factors ?.
1. Land ... 2. Gold
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U.S. History: Chapter 12
xenophobia
isolationism
Red Scare
anarchists
a
a
...
...
xenophobia
a
isolationism
a
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Chapter 12 U.S. History
nonslaveholding family farms
almost always built mansions on their…
were congregated in the upland and hil…
Hinton R. Helper
The majority of white men in the antebellum South were
All of the following were true of planters except they
The yeomen farmers of the Old South
In 1857 a book calling on nonslaveholding southern whites to…
nonslaveholding family farms
The majority of white men in the antebellum South were
almost always built mansions on their…
All of the following were true of planters except they
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U.S. History_Chapter 12
Nativism
Isolationism
Communism
Sacco & Vanzetti
Prejudice against foreign-born people.
Policy of pulling away from involvement in world affairs.
An economic and political system based on a single-party gove…
Most famous victims of Red Scare. A shoemaker & fish peddler.…
Nativism
Prejudice against foreign-born people.
Isolationism
Policy of pulling away from involvement in world affairs.
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U.S. History Chapter 12
Reconstruction
Stipulation
Radical Republican
Ten Percent Plan
-program implemented by the federal government between 1865 a…
-act of specifying a condition in an agreement
-congressmen who advocated full citizenship rights for Africa…
-created by Abraham Lincoln ... -issued in 1863... -if ten percent…
Reconstruction
-program implemented by the federal government between 1865 a…
Stipulation
-act of specifying a condition in an agreement
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AP U.S. History Notecards Chapter 12
War of 1812
Battle of New Orleans
Congress of Vienna
Treaty of Ghent
Fought between Britain and the United States largely over the…
(January 1815)... Resounding victory of American forces against…
(1814-1815)... Convention of major European powers to redraw the…
(1814)... Ended the War of 1812 in a virtual draw, restoring pre…
War of 1812
Fought between Britain and the United States largely over the…
Battle of New Orleans
(January 1815)... Resounding victory of American forces against…
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U.S. History Chapter 12
Militarism
No-man's-land
Trench warfare
Franz Ferdinand
Glorification of military strength
Strip of bombed-out territory that separated the trenches of…
WWI military strategy of defending a position by fighting fro…
Archduke and heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne who was murd…
Militarism
Glorification of military strength
No-man's-land
Strip of bombed-out territory that separated the trenches of…
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U.S. History Chapter 12
Expansionist
Missions
Narcissa
Dr. Marcus Whitman
Who thought that our manifest destiny was to overspread and p…
What were the greatest spur to American settlers?
Who was the first white woman too journey west of the Rockies?
Who was Narcissa's husband?
Expansionist
Who thought that our manifest destiny was to overspread and p…
Missions
What were the greatest spur to American settlers?
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U.S. History Chapter 12
Andrew Johnson
Reconstruction
Radical Republicans
Thaddeus Stevens
President after Abraham Lincoln's assassination
period of rebuilding the nation after the Civil War
one of the Congressional Republicans who wanted to destroy th…
one of the leaders of the Radical Republicans
Andrew Johnson
President after Abraham Lincoln's assassination
Reconstruction
period of rebuilding the nation after the Civil War
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U.S. History: Chapter 12
Oliver Hazard Perry
Battle of New Orleans (1815)
Treaty of Ghent
Hartford Convention
Battle of Lake Erie (1813)... captured a British fleet ... "We have…
Andrew Jackson defeated the British on January 8, 1815, when…
agreement signed on December 24, 1814 that ended the War of 1…
(1814)... meeting of New England states during War of 1812... minor…
Oliver Hazard Perry
Battle of Lake Erie (1813)... captured a British fleet ... "We have…
Battle of New Orleans (1815)
Andrew Jackson defeated the British on January 8, 1815, when…
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U.S. History Chapter 12
What helped fuel economic growth in th…
What allowed factories to become more…
Why did so many migrants move to the M…
Agricultural productivity in the Midwe…
The movement of Americans from farms to cities
Steam began to be used as an energy source
The rich soil made conditions favorable to farming
John Deere's steel plow
What helped fuel economic growth in th…
The movement of Americans from farms to cities
What allowed factories to become more…
Steam began to be used as an energy source
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U.S. History Chapter 12 "Revival and Missions"
Circuit Riders
Camp Meeting Revival
Cane Ridge, Kentucky
Charles G. Finney
evangelists who rode regular routes (or circuits) on horsebac…
an outdoor religious service of several days' length held for…
-where the most notable camp meeting revival took place; ... -th…
-The best-known evangelist of the Second Great Awakening; ... -d…
Circuit Riders
evangelists who rode regular routes (or circuits) on horsebac…
Camp Meeting Revival
an outdoor religious service of several days' length held for…
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U.s. History chapter 12
Reconstruction
Amnesty
Pocket veto
Freedmen
The rebuilding of the south after the civil war
A pardon for southerners who took an oath of loyalty to the U…
To allow a bill to go unsigned after a session of congress ex…
Freed slaves who followed Gen. Sherman troops seeking food an…
Reconstruction
The rebuilding of the south after the civil war
Amnesty
A pardon for southerners who took an oath of loyalty to the U…
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U.S. History Chapter 12
caucus
depression
favorite son
plurality
a meeting of members of a political party to choose candidate…
a period when economic activity slows and unemployment increa…
a candidate for national office who has support mostly from h…
the largest number of something but less than a majority
caucus
a meeting of members of a political party to choose candidate…
depression
a period when economic activity slows and unemployment increa…
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U.S. History Chapter 12
Alsace-Lorraine
militarism
Francis Ferdinand
William 2
French region lost to German states in 1871
A glorification of the military
Archdale of Austria-Hungary who was assassinated in 1914
The German emperor
Alsace-Lorraine
French region lost to German states in 1871
militarism
A glorification of the military
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U.S. History, Chapter 12.
Spheres Of Influence
South America
Yedo
Hay Herran
In 1881, Samoa was divided into ____
After the Spanish-American War, the United States had interes…
Bay where Perry landed and demanded the opening of Japenese-A…
The Columbian Senate refused to approve the 1902 treaty with…
Spheres Of Influence
In 1881, Samoa was divided into ____
South America
After the Spanish-American War, the United States had interes…
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U.S. History Chapter 12
Who were the (top) candidates for the…
What cabinet posts had they held under…
What was the electoral count for each…
Using the 12th amendment, explain how…
John Quincy Adams, Andrew Jackson, Crawford, and Henry Clay.
Secretary of State
John Quincy Adams: 84, Andrew Jackson: 99, Crawford: 41, Henr…
He was speaker of the House, the house decides if the college…
Who were the (top) candidates for the…
John Quincy Adams, Andrew Jackson, Crawford, and Henry Clay.
What cabinet posts had they held under…
Secretary of State
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Chapter 12 U.S. History
Which would have pleased the Radical R…
With which group did Lincoln most clos…
Which were often provided by the Freed…
Which was NOT a mandatory part of the…
Political equality for African Americans
Moderate Republicans
I, II, IV, V
...
Which would have pleased the Radical R…
Political equality for African Americans
With which group did Lincoln most clos…
Moderate Republicans
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U.S. History Chapter 12
James Fenimore Cooper
Walt Whitman
Herman Melville
Edgar Allen Poe
First great American novelist, "Last of the Mohicans", the Le…
Free verse style of poetry, "Leaves of Grass" 1855
Wrote "Moby Dick" 1851, "Billy Bud" Pequot(d?)-Ahab's ship
Wrote morbid poems and short stories, The Raven, The Tell-Tal…
James Fenimore Cooper
First great American novelist, "Last of the Mohicans", the Le…
Walt Whitman
Free verse style of poetry, "Leaves of Grass" 1855
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U.S. History Chapter 12 Review
Reconstruction
Presidential Reconstruction
13th Amendment
14th Amendment
The period of rebuilding that followed the Civil War, during…
Southerns swore allegiance to the Union were pardon, Former c…
The amendment that ended slavery throughout the nation
Amendment to the U.S. that makes all people born or naturaliz…
Reconstruction
The period of rebuilding that followed the Civil War, during…
Presidential Reconstruction
Southerns swore allegiance to the Union were pardon, Former c…
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Chapter 12: U.S. History: Reconstruction 1865-1877
reconstruction
pardon
Radical
pocket veto
The period after the Civil War in the United States when the…
A declaration of forgiveness and freedom from punishment.
Favoring drastic political, economic, or social reforms.
A veto taking place when Congress adjourns within 10 days of…
reconstruction
The period after the Civil War in the United States when the…
pardon
A declaration of forgiveness and freedom from punishment.
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U.S. History - Chapter 12
reconstruction
Stipulations
40 acres and a mule
13th Amendment
the period after the war when states were readmitted, the sou…
an act of specifying a condition in an agreement
what the black were promised
the amendment that freed blacks from slavery, banned it in th…
reconstruction
the period after the war when states were readmitted, the sou…
Stipulations
an act of specifying a condition in an agreement
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U.S History Chapter 12
Industrial Revolution
Textiles
Richard Arkwright
Samual Slater
a period of rapid growth in using machines for manufacturing…
or cloth iteams
invented a large spinning machine called a water frame
a skilled British mechanic, immigrated to the United States a…
Industrial Revolution
a period of rapid growth in using machines for manufacturing…
Textiles
or cloth iteams
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U.S. history chapter 12
Andrew Johnson
Reconstruction
Radical Republicans
Thaddeus
Succeeded Abraham Lincoln as president
Was when the U.S. began to rebuild after the Civil War
Wanted to destroy the political power of former slave holders
Representative of Pennsylvannia
Andrew Johnson
Succeeded Abraham Lincoln as president
Reconstruction
Was when the U.S. began to rebuild after the Civil War
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U.S. History Chapter 12
polio
New Deal
gold standard
bank holidays
paralyzing disease
Roosevelt's policies for ending the Depression
value of gold to dollars
closing banks before bank runs could put them out of business
polio
paralyzing disease
New Deal
Roosevelt's policies for ending the Depression
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U.S. History Chapter 12
American Postwar Issues:
pulling away from involvement in world…
One perceived threat to America was th…
economic and political system based on…
1. public was exhausted from war... 2. America was divided over…
isolationism
communism
communism
American Postwar Issues:
1. public was exhausted from war... 2. America was divided over…
pulling away from involvement in world…
isolationism
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Crossroads U.S. History Chapter 12 Vocabulary
reform
antebellum
abolitionist
temperance movement
organized efforts to change and improve; example: social refo…
Belonging to a period before a war especially the American Ci…
reformer who want to abolish, or end, slavery
an organized effort to end alcohol abuse and the problems cre…
reform
organized efforts to change and improve; example: social refo…
antebellum
Belonging to a period before a war especially the American Ci…
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Chapter 12 U.S. History
Freedman's Bureau
Ten Percent Plan
Thaddeus Stevens
Wade-Davis Bill
to help black and white southerners who had lost their homes…
if 10% of state's voters took the oath, they could organize a…
republican leader who spoke against Lincoln's plan on the Ten…
congress passed its own Reconstruction Plan
Freedman's Bureau
to help black and white southerners who had lost their homes…
Ten Percent Plan
if 10% of state's voters took the oath, they could organize a…
Chapter 12- U.S. history
republican who became president in 197…
president who favored the lenient ten-…
secretary of war whose firing led to A…
president whose administration was pla…
Rutherford b. Hayes
Abraham Lincoln
Edwin Stanton
Ulysses s. Grant
republican who became president in 197…
Rutherford b. Hayes
president who favored the lenient ten-…
Abraham Lincoln
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U. S. History: Chapter 12: Sec. 3
How were the Confederate States of Ame…
How were the Confederate States of Ame…
Who was the president of the Confedera…
What challenges did Jefferson Davis fa…
Both were federal systems
The CSA recognized states' rights and slavery
Jefferson Davis
1. had to create a government while fighting a war... 2. Confede…
How were the Confederate States of Ame…
Both were federal systems
How were the Confederate States of Ame…
The CSA recognized states' rights and slavery
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U.S. History Chapter 12
Election of 1928
Al Smith
Herbert Hoover
Signs of trouble in the economy
Hoover won every state except southern states, takes office i…
Democrat, grew up in politics, first cathlic to run for presi…
Republican, grew up in an orphanage, went to Stanford, own hi…
1. Agriculture... 2. Unequal Distribution of Wealth... 3. Easy Credit
Election of 1928
Hoover won every state except southern states, takes office i…
Al Smith
Democrat, grew up in politics, first cathlic to run for presi…
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