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History 1116 Final Exam Study Guide Reading: Maier: Chapters 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 DAP: Chapters 9, 10 1. What was the “Four Freedoms” speech?  Who gave it and why? What were the Four  Freedoms? 2. What foreign policy events immediately preceded Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor? What  repercussions immediately followed the attack? 3. Why was there a strong isolationist sentiment in America during the 1930s? 4. What was the Sleepy Lagoon murder and why was it significant? 5. What was the Zoot Suit Riot?  How does it contribute to our understanding of World War  II? 6. What was the Executive Order 9066? Why was it issued?   7. What was the Supreme Court’s 1944 decision in Korematsu v. the United States? 8. What was the Manhattan Project? 9. What were the major arguments in favor of and opposed to using the atomic bomb on  Japan 10. What justification did American leaders use for dropping the Atomic bomb on Japan? 11. How did James Franck, et al, in the 1945 “Franck Report” suggest that a nuclear arms  race could be avoided?
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