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Exam2MidtermReview - Calvin Coolidge First Hundred Days...

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History 1058: Civil War to the Present Exam 2 Midterm Review Study Chapters 22, 23, 24, and 25 plus all the lecture notes discussing topics from World War I up to World War II. For your convenience I have included a list of terms to get you started. Allied and Central Powers (WWI) Japanese Internment Zimmerman Telegram Pearl Harbor General John J. Pershing minorities during WWII Start of World War I War mobilization effort Trench Warfare radar The Fourteen Points “Double-V” campaign Treaty of Versailles Atomic bomb The Red Scare of 1919 and 1920 Jewish refugees The Great Migration Hitler’s final solution Emma Goldman D Day Wilson’s model for 20 th century international politics
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Unformatted text preview: Calvin Coolidge First Hundred Days “New Woman” The Lost Generation The flapper Marcus Garvey Rural America vs. urban America Native Americans during the Great Depression The Johnson-Reid Act Stock Market Crash Court Packing FDR and isolationism 1937 recession Prohibition Women’s right to vote Wagner Act Herbert Hoover and his views on federal aid Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 1937 United Auto Workers strike The New Deal and its goals Fair Labor Standards Act The Social Security Act John Maynard Keynes The Nye Committee Nazi-Soviet treaty of nonaggression The Lend-Lease Act of 1941 The Atlantic Charter...
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