Final exam study guide HIST128 - Can someone give me a few...

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Can someone give me a few examples of authors we CAN use? Im sorta confused on that.Final Exam Terms: ID’s require: date, what it was, where it happened (if applicable) what it did (1-2 things), and what’s its historical significanceEx from midterm: Racial Integrity ActDate: 1924What is was (where): VA state LawWhat it did do (1-2 things): outlawed interracial marriage, required babies to be registeredby raceHistorical Significance: Hardened racial boundaries through control of marriage/reproduction***If any of these aren’t enough or are just plain wrong, please edit them, thanks :)***10/2Buck v Bell-Case in 1927-Forced sterilization put into effect against “feeble-minded” and “socially inadequate”-Having child out of wedlock as an example of promiscuity which made mother considered “feeble-minded” — forced sterilization-Carrie Buck, a 18-year-old sterilized and used as an example of generational feeble-mindedness. Her mother and child were used as an example of 3 generations of imbeciles-Emphasis placed on genetics — unfit for reproducing-“Fitness”: key concept in course; serious implications upon citizenship - those who deemed fit, also deemed worthy of citizenship; -Social darwinism-Overseas expansion-Federal Indian Bureau-Slavery-Progressives-Carrie and family deemed unfit/socially inadequate-Supreme Court decision gave legal legitimacy to large-scale sterilization victimizing poor-Poverty regarded as flaw - making one morally suspect-Equating of poverty with genetic/inherited social inadequacy — goal of manipulating the gene pool to lighten the burden on society/government10/9Franklin Delano Roosevelt-Fireside Chats-Elected in 1932 - served 4 consecutive terms-New DealNew Deal-Refers to the policies and programs put into place to provide a safety net for Americans that were devastated by economics-Roosevelt developed policies that insured people’s bank accounts-Federal Deposit Insurance Organization-Reformation of stock market-Security and Exchange Commission to regulate and oversee stock exchange
-Provided relief and jobs for the unemployed-Established public works programs to establish jobs of public use-Provided old age insuranceWork Progress Administration-Created in 1935; was the largest and most ambitious American New Deal agency, employing millions of unemployed people (mostly unskilled men) to carry out public works projects, including the construction ofpublic buildings and roads.National Industrial Recovery Act-1933-Partnership between labor and business (agreed on set prices and standards)-Collective bargaining: negotiations by workers and employers on working conditions Wagner Act-1935-Assured workers the right to organizeCongress of Industrial Organizations-In past, unions organized around crafts or skills — now workers were organized by industry-Businesses required to bargain in good faith with union hosting majority of their employees10/14Roosevelt Four Freedoms

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Spring
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Nelson
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History, Cold War, single family homes

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