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Title: Midterm Jeopardy Review


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Midterm Jeopardy Review
Immigration Progressives IR/ Vocabulary Causes/ Effects Foreign Policy Amendments
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Small, cramped apartments in the cities where
many people in one family would live.
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tenements
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An area where people lived with people from the
same ethnic background
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Ethnic Enclave
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Something encouraging one to live in the U.S.,
such as the availability of jobs or democracy
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Pull Factors

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Something encouraging someone to leave their home
country, such as famine, or religious persecution
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Push factors
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Immigrants coming from Europe came through
here Bonus European Immigrants were originally
more from _____ but later came more from _______
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Ellis Island Northern and Western Europe
Southern and Eastern Europe
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This group was formed to gain equal rights for
African Americans, including desegregation and
anti-lynching laws Bonus for full name
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NAACP National Association for the Advancement
of Colored People
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Organizations with full-time politicians whose
main goal was to get and keep political power and
the money and influence that went with it
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Political Machines
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Wilson created this to regulate the nations
money supply and prevent future economic panics
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The Federal Reserve System
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This enables citizens to propose and pass laws
directly without involving state legislatures
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Initiative
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Law passed by the state legislature that is on
the ballot for approval or rejection of the voters
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Referendum
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Factors of production
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Three basic factors needed for production are
land, labor and capital.
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A company that completely dominates a particular
industry
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Monopoly
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Weapon used by labor unions when negotiations
with business owners fail.
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Strike
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Small cramped factories where employees worked
long hours for low wages
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Sweatshops
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Hands off government leave business alone
because supply and demand will regulate the
market itself
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Laissez Faire
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The Progressive Era was inspired from these two
movements
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Social Gospel Movement Populism
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Patronage was occurring in city jobs due to
political corruption. What came from this? What
was patronage?
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The Pendleton Act came from this Patronage was
hiring people due to family/friend connections
rather than qualifications
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These were the causes of the start of the
Spanish-American War
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1. Spanish mistreatment of Cuban people 2.
Yellow Journalism (sensationalizing the plight of
Cubans) 3. the deLome letter 4. Sinking of the
USS Maine
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This was the overall effect of the
Spanish-American War
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It led the US foreign policy to change from an
isolationist nation to an imperialist one
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List 2 positives AND 2 negatives from
industrialism. AND Explain the overall effect
of the Industrial Revolution
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Cheaper goods, a lot of job opportunities
- poor working conditions, environmental
problems The negative conditions of
industrialism are what caused the Progressive Era
because they felt a need for reforms.
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Set of goals, principles, and practices that
guide a nation in its relations with other
countries.
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Foreign Policy
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The foreign policy that focuses on
negotiating/talking it out
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Diplomacy
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The U.S. policy issued in 1899 stating that
foreign nations must allow free trade in China.
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Open Door Policy
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President Roosevelts strong arm approach to
foreign affairs, emphasizing diplomacy backed by
force.
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Big Stick Policy
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The U.S. got involved in Panama for this reason
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To build the Panama canal to get from the
Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean much faster.
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This Amendment was ratified in
1919 Prohibiting the manufacture, sale, or
transportation of alcoholic beverages Bonus
Which amendment repealed this one?
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18th Amendment Repealed by the 21st Amendment in
1933
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Ratified in 1913 allowing the federal government
to impose an income tax
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  • 16th Amendment

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This amendment granted womens right to
vote. Bonus 100 pts for another name for the
right to vote Bonus 100 pts for the year this
was ratified!
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19th Amendment ratified in 1920 Suffragethe
right to vote
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Provisions in the Cuban constitution, added as a
condition for the withdrawal of US troops in
1902, allowing the US to intervene in Cuban
affairs and to buy or lease land for naval bases.
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Platt Amendment
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This amendment was added to help end political
corruption on the NATIONAL level What number
amendment is it and what did it say?
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17th Amendment Direct election of senators
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BONUS Explain the difference between Capitalism
and Socialism
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Capitalism Economic system which relies on
private ownership and competition Socialism An
economic system where the government owns the
means of production instead of private citizens
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