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Chapter 21 Sections 1,2, and 3 Study Guide (ANSWER KEY)

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Heaton 1 Mitchell T. Heaton Mr. Newport American Government 8 December 2009 Chapter 20 Sections 1, 2, & 3 Study Guide (ANSWER KEY) ___ George Orwell _________________________ Who wrote “All animals are created equal, but some animals are more equal than others”? _____ heterogeneous __________________ What term is defined as “of another or different race, family, or kind; composed of a mix of elements”? _ immigrants ______ What are defined as “those aliens legally admitted as permanent residents”? Name the four states in which the minority population exceeds the white population. -__ California_ _____________________ -__ Hawaii ________________________ -__ New Mexico ____________________ -__ Texas _________________________ _ 13 th Amendment ________ ___ 1865 _______ What amendment abolished slavery? In what year? __ 40 million _________ __ 13% __________ About how many African American people are there
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Heaton 2 today? What percent of the population? __ Thomas E. Patterson _______ Who said “‘The only good Indian is a dead Indian’ is not simply a hackneyed expression from cowboy movies. It was part of the strategy of westward expansion, as settlers and U.S. troops mercilessly drove the eastern Indians from their ancestral lands to the Great Plains and then took those lands too”? _ 3 million ________________________________ About how many Native Americans are there? __ The Indian Education Act of 1972 ______ What act attempted to remedy the cycle of continual poverty by providing financial assistance to local educational agencies for Native American children and adult programs?
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