Test 3 Study Sheet - Charleston Southern University History...

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Charleston Southern University History 212:01/62, B. Miller American History II Test Three Study Guide Spring 2008 Part I: Objective Questions You should be prepared to be tested on any of the material covered in the lectures and in the textbook readings assigned in the syllabus for this portion of the course. This section of the test may include multiple choice, fill-in- the-blank, or matching questions. Part II: Identification Be prepared to provide a brief (two or three complete sentences ) description of each item listed below. A complete identification will answer the basic questions “Who? (or What?) When? Where? And why is this historically significant? You MUST begin one sentence with the phrase “This is significant because….” Alger Hiss Apollo II Bay of Pigs Berlin Blockade Black Nationalism Black Panther Party Brown v. Board of Education Civil Rights Act of 1964 Cold War Containment CORE Cuban Missile Crisis Daisy Bates De Facto Segregation Douglas MacArthur Earl Warren
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HIST 212 taught by Professor Miller during the Spring '08 term at Charleston Southern University.

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