“Golden ghettoes”5:5:3AAA (Agricultural Adjustment Act) - Authorized the federal government to try and raise farm prices by settling production quotas for major crops and paying farmers not to plant more.Alger Hiss-A high ranking State Department official had given Whitaker Chambers, an editor at Time magazine, secret government documents to pas to agents of the Soviet Union. He denied his charges but was convicted of perjury and served five years in prison.Article X ARVN (Army of the Republic of Vietnam)- Were the ground forces of the South Vietnamese Army from 1955 to 1975. It is estimated to have suffered 1,394,000 casualties (killed and wounded) during the Vietnam War.Attorney-General’s list of subversive organizations- Was a list drawn up on April 3rd, 1947 at the request of the Tom Clark. The list was intended to be a compilation of organizations seen as "subversive" by the United States government. Among those were: allegedCommunist fronts, theKu Klux Klanand the Nazi Party Berlin crisis- TheU.S.S.R provoked the Berlin Crisis with anultimatum demanding the withdrawal of Western armed forces fromWest Berlin—culminating with the city's de factopartitionwith the East German erection of theBerlin Wall.Bonus Army- In the spring of 1932, 20,000 unemployed World War I veterans descended on Washington to demand early payment of a bonus due in 1945, only to be driven away by feral soldiers.Booker T. Washington- Brown v. Board of Education- Buying on margin- Buying stocks and borrowing money from a bank or broker; if the money way not paid back, the bank would foreclose on possessions; everyday people could buy stock; led to stock market crash because of over extensionCaine Mutiny- Is a 1952Pulitzer Prizewinning novel byHerman Wouk. The novel grew out of Wouk's personal experiences aboard a destroyer-minesweeper in the Pacific inWorld War IIand deals with, among other things, the moral and ethical decisions made at sea by the captains of ships.Calvin Coolidge-
Cash and carry laws- Was a policy requested byU.S. PresidentFranklin Delano Rooseveltat a special session of theUnited States Congresson September 21, 1939. It replaced theNeutrality Actsof 1939. The revision allowed the sale ofmaterialto belligerents, as long as the recipients arranged for the transport using their own ships and paid immediately in cash, assuming all risk in transportation.