APUSH- Chp 35 & 36 quizlet review

APUSH- Chp 35 & 36 quizlet review - London Economic...

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London Economic Conference- fight depression globally; US pulled support Tydings-McDuffie Act- gradual independence for Philippines & removal of army 7 th Pan-American Conference- nonintervention; no more Roosevelt corollary Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act- reduced power of Hawley-Smoot Tariff Good Neighbor Policy- tested when Mexico took over oil fields “The Road to War: America”- led to increased isolationism Neutrality Act of 1935- forbade sales of munitions to belligerents “Moral Embargo”- asked by Hull; ignored by US manufacturers 10 Year Non-Aggression Pact- Hitler and stalin signed it; didn’t last Sitzkreig- phony war Blitzkrieg- lightning war(Hitler’s style) Rome-Berlin-Tokyo Axis- alliance among axis powers Four Freedoms- speech, religion, from want, from fear Greer- American destroyer shot by german submarine; “carrying mail” Rueben James- destroyer sunk by Germany, congress vote to arm merchant ships Open Door Policy- Japan violated it; hurt US-Jap relations Korematsu v US- made concentration camps for Japs legal War Production Board- oversee war production’ Office of Price Administration- set price regulations & carried out rationing Smith-Conally Anti-Strike Act- gov’t seized factories under strike
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