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Title: STARR Review


1
STARR Review
  • I want you to Pass the STARR Test

2
Gilded Age Go through the packet I handed out in
class and look over the information below.
Indian Affairs Immigration Big Business Farmers Issues
Assimilation Dawes Act Battle of Wounded Knee Genocide Land Redistribution Rail Road Impact on Indian lands Sitting Bull Effect of the slaughter of the Buffalo on Indians Ethnic Cities Racial Discrimination Political Machines Party Bosses Boss Tweed Tenements Nativism Steerage Cheap Labor Monopolies Sherman Anti-Trust Act Rise of Labor Unions Trusts Trust Busting Robber Barons Andrew Carnegie John Rockefeller Bessemer Steel Process Homesteading Dry Farming Difference in geographical climates of southern vs midwest states Wheat Over production Economies of Scale Wabash v. Illinois Interstate commerce commission William Jennings Bryan / Populist Coinage of Silver
3
American Imperialism
  • Pros
  • cons
  • Military protection increased naval strength
  • Alfred Thayer Mahan- argued need for powerful
    navy
  • Economic support
  • Increased need for raw materials markets to
    sell manufactured goods
  • Open Door Policy (forced trade with China)
  • Dollar Diplomacy ( in exchange for following US
    foreign policy)
  • Example Panama Canal
  • Need for dominance/superiority
  • Sanford B. Dole (Hawaii)
  • Social Darwinism
  • Opposed American democratic principles

4
Who
When
Where
1898 -USS Maine is sent to Cuba to protect US
economic interests -explosion of Main is seen as
a direct attack on US
Cuba -Havana -San Juan Hill
Pulitzer Hurst
Philippines -Manila Bay (Colonies of Spain)
USA vs. Spain
Spanish American War (SPAM)
Why
How
Significance
Land- US Volunteer force led by TR Rough
Riders
USS Maine sinking -US blames Spanish for
mysterious explosion
US won Puerto Rico, Guam, bought Philippines
for 20 million
Sea- US defeats Spanish navy in a few hours
DeLome Letter -called President McKinley weak
outraged Americans
Result US is recognized as a world power
Media- uses of yellow journalism
5
SPAM War Sort
  • 1898
  • -USS Maine is sent to Cuba to protect US economic
    interests
  • -explosion of Main is seen as a direct attack on
    US
  • US won Puerto Rico, Guam, bought Philippines
    for 20 million
  • Sea- US defeats Spanish navy in a few hours
  • DeLome Letter
  • -called President McKinley weak outraged
    Americans
  • USA vs. Spain
  • Result US is recognized as a world power
  • Land- US Volunteer force led by TR Rough
    Riders
  • Media- uses of yellow journalism
  • USS Maine sinking
  • -US blames Spanish for mysterious explosion
  • Pulitzer Hurst
  • Cuba
  • -Havana
  • -San Juan Hill
  • Philippines
  • -Manila Bay
  • (Colonies of Spain)

6
Progressive Era Reforms
Problem Muckraker Reform National, State, or Local
Political Government corruption -political machines/bosses -spoils system Lincoln Steffens Robert Lafollette City-manager/ commission initiative voters introduce bill Referendum- refer bill to vote Recall- removal from office Direct primary Secret ballot 17th amendment- direct election of senators Pendleton Act/Civil Service Commission Local State National
eNvironment Abuse of natural resources Teddy Roosevelt Woodrow Wilson National Park Service Act (1916) Created national park system National
7
Progressive Era Reforms
Problem Muckraker Reform National, State, or Local
Economic Monopolies trusts Tariffs Banks Lost Revenue Theodore Roosevelt Trust Buster Woodrow Wilson Interstate commerce act, Clayton anti-trust Act, Fed Trade Commission Act Underwood Tariff Federal Reserve 16th Amendment- graduated income tax NATIONAL
Social Lynching Equality for AA Suffrage Working conditions Living conditions Consumer protections Ida Tarbell Book T. Washington WEB DuBois Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B Anthony Triangle Shirt waist Factory Jacob Riis- Jan Addams Upton Sinclair 2. NAACP 3. 19th amendment womens suffrage 4. Safety legislation 5. Tenement House Commission Hull house 6. Meat Inspection Act Pure Food Drug Act NATIONAL NATIONAL NATIONAL LOCAL/STATE LOCAL/STATE NATIONAL
8
Progressive Era Reforms
  • Complete the cut paste
  • Issues are divided into Economic, Social,
    Political, and Environmental categories
  • You will need to identify the issue, the
    muckraker who exposed that issue, what reforms
    were created, and the level of government that
    was impacted.

9
Who
Technological Innovations
Effects of Technological Innovations
  • Central Powers vs. Allied Powers
  • American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) led by Gen.
    Pershing
  • Alvin York medal of Honor winner
  • Machine Gun
  • Tanks Airplanes
  • Poison Gas
  • Submarines (U-Boats)
  • Western Front
  • Trench Warfare
  • Battle of Argonne Forest turning point of the war
  • Stalemate
  • Massive death toll

1914-1918
World War I
Causes
How
Significance
  • Treaty of Versailles Germany had to pay
    reparations and accept war guilt clause
  • Woodrow Wilsons 14 Points- created League of
    Nations (peace keeping organization)

Sinking of the Lusitania (Unrestricted submarine
warfare)
M A I N ?
ilitarism
lliance system
mperialism
Zimmerman Telegram
ationalism
Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
10
Sort the following WWI terms on Pg. 6
  • Central Powers vs. Allied Powers
  • Alvin York medal of Honor winner
  • Machine Gun
  • Militarism
  • Treaty of Versailles Germany had to pay
    reparations and accept war guilt clause
  • Poison Gas
  • Submarines (U-Boats) Western Front
  • Trench Warfare
  • Battle of Argonne Forest turning point of the war
  • Stalemate
  • Woodrow Wilsons 14 Points- created League of
    Nations (peace keeping organization)
  • Sinking of the Lusitania (Unrestricted submarine
    warfare)
  • Zimmerman Telegram
  • Alliance system
  • Nationalism
  • Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
  • Tanks Airplanes
  • American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) led by Gen.
    Pershing
  • Massive death toll

11
The Roaring Twenties (The Great American Mullet)
  • Business in the front
  • Party in the Back
  • Political
  • Harding Teapot Dome Scandal
  • Return to Normalcy
  • Social
  • Race Relations
  • Eugenics
  • Marcus Garvey
  • KKK
  • Great Migration
  • Nativism/Red Scare
  • Immigration Quota/Citizenship Act 1924
  • Economic
  • Economic boom
  • Mass production/assembly line
  • Henry Ford
  • Laissez-faire
  • Buying on Credit
  • Social
  • Adventure
  • Charles Lindbergh
  • Glenn Curtiss
  • Changing role of women
  • Flappers
  • Cultural values
  • Prohibition
  • Organized crime
  • Scopes monkey trial
  • Clarence Darrow (Evolution) William Jennings
    Bryan (Creation)
  • Art Literature
  • Harlem Renaissance
  • Tin Pan Alley

12
Who
Technological Innovations
Effects of Technological Innovations
  • Central Powers vs. Allied Powers
  • American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) led by Gen.
    Pershing
  • Alvin York medal of Honor winner
  • Machine Gun
  • Tanks Airplanes
  • Poison Gas
  • Submarines (U-Boats)
  • Western Front
  • Trench Warfare
  • Battle of Argonne Forest turning point of the war
  • Stalemate
  • Massive death toll

1914-1918
World War I
Causes
How
Significance
  • Treaty of Versailles Germany had to pay
    reparations and accept war guilt clause
  • Woodrow Wilsons 14 Points- created League of
    Nations (peace keeping organization)

Sinking of the Lusitania (Unrestricted submarine
warfare)
M A I N ?
ilitarism
lliance system
mperialism
Zimmerman Telegram
ationalism
Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
13
Sort the following WWI terms on Pg. 6
  • Central Powers vs. Allied Powers
  • Alvin York medal of Honor winner
  • Machine Gun
  • Militarism
  • Treaty of Versailles Germany had to pay
    reparations and accept war guilt clause
  • Poison Gas
  • Submarines (U-Boats) Western Front
  • Trench Warfare
  • Battle of Argonne Forest turning point of the war
  • Stalemate
  • Woodrow Wilsons 14 Points- created League of
    Nations (peace keeping organization)
  • Sinking of the Lusitania (Unrestricted submarine
    warfare)
  • Zimmerman Telegram
  • Alliance system
  • Nationalism
  • Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
  • Tanks Airplanes
  • American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) led by Gen.
    Pershing
  • Massive death toll

14
The Roaring Twenties (The Great American Mullet)
  • Business in the front
  • Party in the Back
  • Political
  • Harding Teapot Dome Scandal
  • Return to Normalcy
  • Social
  • Race Relations
  • Eugenics
  • Marcus Garvey
  • KKK
  • Great Migration
  • Nativism/Red Scare
  • Immigration Quota/Citizenship Act 1924
  • Economic
  • Economic boom
  • Mass production/assembly line
  • Henry Ford
  • Laissez-faire
  • Buying on Credit
  • Social
  • Adventure
  • Charles Lindbergh
  • Glenn Curtiss
  • Changing role of women
  • Flappers
  • Cultural values
  • Prohibition
  • Organized crime
  • Scopes monkey trial
  • Clarence Darrow (Evolution) William Jennings
    Bryan (Creation)
  • Art Literature
  • Harlem Renaissance
  • Tin Pan Alley

15
Great Depression to New Deal Americas Road to
Recovery
1920s Warning Signs
1929
1930s Immediate reactions
1930s Hoover
1930s Dust Bowl
1930s Mexican repatriation
1930s FDR is elected
1930s New Deal
1930s Opposition
1930s FDRs Court-packing
Overproduction Speculation buying on the
margin (stock market) Buying on credit Shaky
banking practices
October 29, 1929 Black Tuesday Stock market
Crash
People who invested in market couldnt repay
loans -gt bank failures -gtrun on the bank
Demand for goods decreased -gtfactories close
-gtunemployment
  • Laissez-faire attitude rugged individualism
    believed govt shouldnt intervene in eco aid
  • Reconstruction finance corp -gt small loans would
    trickle down avg American (failure)
  • Hoovervilles (shack and shanty towns) sprung up
    around towns/cities

In the great plains region series of droughts
1million must move west overuse of water
resources depleting nutrients from top soil
dried up crops topsoil dust
Hoover passes act to send Mexican-American
immigrants back to Mexico Forcibly he moved
(even if already US Citizen) reason need for
any employment
1932 Promises a NEW DEAL for Americans
Brian Trust fireside chats Eleanor
Roosevelt (Wife)-political activist
new view on govt responsibility to its
citizens Relief- short term measures quick
aid Recovery eco stimulus create demand
production Reform-change govt system- complete
overhaul
  • Some thought 3Rs went too far conservatives
    felt FDR had too much control
  • Some thought 3Rs didnt go far enough- Huey P
    Longs Share our Wealth

Some New Deal programs were deemed
unconstitutional FDR fears more rejection by
Supreme Court attempts to pass law to appoint
new SC Justices (fails)
16
New Deal Cut Paste
  • Use the sheet provided to find the
    description/explanation of the beginnings of the
    Great Depression and the road to recovery
  • We will check our answers on the next slide

17
FDRS New Deal
Relief (Short-term) Is like Recovery (Stimulus) Is like Reform (Systematic) Is like

Band-Aid
Cast
New Limb
Bank Holiday- closed all banks until they were
financially stable Emergency mortgage Loans Work
Relief Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Public
Works Admin (PWA) Works Progress Admin (WPA)
National Recovery Admin (NRA)- set price
production controls minimum wage Agricultural
Adjustment Administration (AAA) paid farmers to
plant less govt bought farm surplus (in effort
to control prices)
Social Security Admin (SSA)- provides
unemployment insurance retirement pensions-
workers pay in contributions Securities
Exchange Commission (SEC)- watches stock market
activity prevents fraud Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation (FDIC)- Insures bank
deposits up to 250,000 All of these programs
are still in effect today
Increased employment
Decreased spending/demand
Decreased hours/wages
Increased demand/spending
Increased wages/hours
Unemployment
18
June 6, 1944 D-Day Invasion
August 1945 Atomic Bombs dropped
1942 Battle of Midway
Dec. 7, 1941 Attack on Pearl Harbor
Hideki Tojo Flying Tigers Bataan Death
March Island Hopping Navajo Code Talkers Chester
Nimitz Douglas McArthur
Isolationism ? War Appeasement Cash
Carry Lend-Lease Pearl Harbor 9066 Interment
camps War information/ propaganda War bonds
rationing victory gardens patriotism Volunteer
/enlist/mobilization Vernon J. Baker George
Marshall
Adolf Hitler dictator Benito Mussolini
aggression Joseph Stalin George Patton Dwight
Eisenhower Omar Bradley D-Day Invasions Liberation
of Camps Tuskegee Airmen Holocaust
19
Sort the following terms into the correct theater
of war!
  • Vernon J. Baker
  • Tuskegee Airmen
  • Chester Nimitz
  • Cash Carry
  • D-Day Invasions
  • Holocaust
  • George Patton
  • Island Hopping
  • Liberation of Camps
  • Navajo Code Talkers
  • Pearl Harbor
  • Appeasement
  • Lend-Lease
  • George Marshall
  • 9066 Interment camps
  • Benito Mussolini
  • Dwight Eisenhower
  • Adolf Hitler dictator
  • War information/ propaganda
  • Hideki Tojo
  • Isolationism ? War
  • aggression
  • Joseph Stalin
  • Douglas MacArthur
  • Omar Bradley
  • Volunteer/enlist/mobilization
  • Bataan Death March
  • -War bonds rationing victory
    gardenspatriotism
  • Flying Tigers

20
Soviet Union Détente Star Wars
Space Race Moon-landing Arms race HUAC Red
Scare Joseph McCarthy Rosenberg Trials Verona
Papers Presidents Truman start CW
Korea Eisenhower- Korea-Vietnam Kennedy- Cuban
MC, Vietnam Nixon-Vietnam, China, USSR Ford
(X) Carter (X) Reagan- USSR Bush Fall of Wall
end of CW
Berlin Airlift Germany/Berlin Berlin
Wall Dissolution of SU
Space Race Sputnik Arms Race
Mao Zedong
Korea Korean War
Vietnam War Domino Theory Gulf of Tonkin
Resolution Escalation Tet Offensive
Vietnamization Fall of Saigon War Powers
Resolution
Fidel Castro Bay of Pigs Invasion Cuban Missile
Crisis
21
Command Economy
Free Market Economy Capitalism
  • no economic freedoms
  • state-owned industries (education,
    transportation, etc)
  • Govt controlled radio, TV, news
  • State ownership of business production
  • Communist party control (one party/leader)
  • Economic freedoms
  • Private ownership of business property
  • Supply demand determine prices
  • Multi-party system
  • Freedom of the press, speech religion

Soviet Union/USSR Soviet Satellites
USA Europe
United Nations
Pros Cons
Pros Cons
Iron Curtain
22
Increased Consumption Spending
Free Time
Prosperity
Rebellion Divergent Thinking
Beat Generation Beatniks
Pop Culture Rock Roll
23
Fear of Communism
Baby Boom Interstate Highway Act Housing Boom
GI Bill Increased in math science
education Polio Vaccine Blue ? white collar
jobs
Little
Tiny
Boxes
American Dream
Levittown - Suburbs
24
Civil Rights Acts 1957 1964 Voting Rights
Act 1963 1965
13- Free 14- Citizens 15-Vote -Plessey v
Ferguson (separate but equal) -Brown v Board of
Ed (overturns P v F) Thurgood Marshall
Montgomery Bus Boycott Rosa Parks Little Rock 9
Affirmative Action (employers actively seek to
employ minorities)
Sit-ins Freedom Rides MLK Non-violent Letter
from Birmingham Jail
Selma March March on Washington I have a dream
George Wallace
Orval Faubus
Lester Maddox
S. Democrats
25
-Non-violent -Civil disobedience -Passive
resistance -NAACP -Integration -Montgomery Bus
Boycott -March on Washington -I have a
dream 1968 assassinated
Feminist movement Betty Friedan Title IX Roe v
Wade NOW Equal Pay Act
Cesar Chaves Dolores Huerta United Farm
Workers Chicano Mural Movement
AIM American Indian Movement Red
Power Occupation of Alcatraz Island
-Violence should be met with violence --Muslim -Se
gregation -Nation of Islam -Mecca
Pilgrimage -Became Non-violent (transitional) 1
965 assassinated
-Militant -Community based political
organization -Segregation -Black power Founders
Huey Newton Bobby Seale
26
ask not what your country can do for you but
what you can do for your country -Peace Corps
-Civil Rights Acts -Voting Rights
Acts -Medicare/Medicaid -War on Poverty -Job Corps
-Space Race -moon landing - math Science
education
Hawks
-26th Amendment/ Draft -Role of
media -Credibility gap -Silent majority
Doves
-Rebellion -Rock n Roll -Divergent Thinking
Break from traditional lifestyle -hippies -commune
living -recreational drugs
JFK
Hippy
LBJ
27
Use the Jarrett book and provided page numbers to
write a definition or description of each event
Nixon
Pg.332
Nixon
Pg.332
Nixon
recall
Nixon
Pg.331
Nixon
Pg.331
Nixon
Pg.315
Nixon
Accomplishment/Fail
Pg.314
Nixon
Pg.333
President
Pg.335
Ford
Ford
Pg.335
Carter
Pg.337
Pg.337
Carter
Carter
Pg.337
Carter
Pg.338
28
Reagonomics Peace Through Strength -Star
Wars Iran-Contra Affair distrust of
govt Sandra Day OConnor
End of the Cold War (1991) Recession of the
early 90s New taxes Persian Gulf War Stop
Saddam invasion of Kuwait Foreign policy
success
Use the Jarrett Book page 341 to summarize these
29
North American Free Trade Agreement
(NAFTA) World Trade Organization (WTO)
2008 Financial Crisis -Emergency Economic
Stabilization Act
2009 American Recovery Reinvestment Act
Balkan Crisis stop ethnic cleansing Third
Parties Ross Perot
2000 Election -Al Gore 2001 Terrorist
Attack Patriot Act -TSA -Homeland Security War
on Terror -al-Qaeda -Iraq -Bin Laden
2008 Election Sona Soto Mayor
Contract w/America Newt Gingrich Scandal
Impeachment
No Child Left Behind Illegal Immigration Hurrica
ne Katrina
Hillary Clinton Oprah Winfrey
30
Communication, Tech, Science -Satellite -Cell
Phone -Personal Computers (PC) -Robotics -Globa
l Positioning System (GPS) -Genetic engineering
Computer movement Time-Study Analysis E-Commerce
Out-Sourcing Global Marketplace
Free Enterprise/ capitalism (free market
economy) Business cycle supply demand Small
business v Big business Bill Gates/ PC Sam
Walton/ Wal-Mart Estee Lauder Robert
Johnson Lionel Sosa
31
You get to answer by yourself
32
Assimilation Americanization
Industrialization Child Labor
Urbanization How the other ½ lives
Immigration Nativism
Gilded Age Boss Tweed
West. expansion Manifest Destiny
SPAM 1898 USS Maine
New Deal Social Security Administration
Am. Imperialism Panama Canal TR
Progressive Era TR Muckraker Meat inspection
WWI 1914-1918
Roaring 20s Flappers
G. Depression S M Crash 1929
G. Depression Migrant mother
Civil Rights 1968 MLK assassination
Space Race Sputnik 1957
Space Race Moon landing
Baby boom Housing Boom
WWII 1939-1945
Cold War Red Scare
Civil Rights Rosa Parks
1960s Anti- War movement
1970s Watergate crisis
1980s Era of Conservatism
1991- Fall of Communism
2001 Terrorist Attacks
2008 Obama 1st black President
Civil Rights Caesar Chavez Chicano mvmt
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