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History 1103 Final Study Guide IDENTIFICATION TERMS Ten of these terms will appear on the Final Exam. You will answer five of them in as much detail as possible. Reconstruction Amendments Glasnost Election of 1876 Haymarket Square Riot Sherman Anti-Trust Act Populism Plessy v. Ferguson Haymarket Square Riot Spanish-American War The Roosevelt Corollary Social Darwinism Muckrakers Progressive Constitutional Amendments Treaty of Versailles Teapot Dome Scandal Scopes Monkey Trial Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act The National Recovery Act (NRA) Works Progress Administration (WPA) The Lend-Lease Program Marshall Plan Berlin Airlift Mao Tse-Tung Gulf of Tonkin Incident Civil Rights Act of 1964 Brown v. Board of Education The Great Society Program 1968 Democratic National Convention Student for a Democratic Society (SDS) Yellow Journalism Sacco and Vanzetti Trial Huey P. Long ESSAY QUESTIONS Three of these questions will appear on the Final Exam. You will need to answer one of them in as much detail as possible. Question A:
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Unformatted text preview: Discuss the major political and cultural changes in the U.S. beginning with Reconstruction and going through 1900. Be sure to include as much detail as possible about Reconstruction, the Gilded Age, Populism, and the various other important changes of the period. Question B: The role of the federal government changed dramatically in the U.S. from 1898 to 1941. Discuss these changes in as much detail as possible. Be sure to discuss America’s transition into a world power, the rise of the Progressives, the major issues of the Roaring 20s, the Great Depression, and FDR’s New Deal. Question C: Discuss the history of the U.S.’s involvement in the Cold War. Be sure to include both domestic and international issues from 1943 to 1991. Question D: In as much detail as possible, discuss the major social, political, and cultural issues of the 1960s. Be sure to discuss more than just the African-American Civil Rights Movement....
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