What was the Kellogg-Briand Pact?
Representatives of 62 nations signed a pact in 1928 (aka Pact of Paris) to outlaw war. It was
initiated by the French foreign minister Aristides Briand. Briand wanted an agreement whereby 2
1. Who was Alfred Thayer Mahan?
US Admiral who encouraged the US to strengthen its naval power to become a
world power. He also wrote a book called The Influence of Sea Power upon
History and stimulated the naval race among the great po
Why did Congress pass the Taft-Hartley Act?
It acted as a "slave-labor law" and outlawed all "closed" shops (which were all-union).
The act also made the unions liable for any damages that resulted from their
jurisdictional disputes among th
Why did Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas have such a difficult time obtaining
confirmation? Thomas was a critic of affirmative action; opposed by liberal groups including
organized labor,NAACP,and the National Organization for Women; later
Each group will analyze a poem by Ernest Hemingway
1. What movement does the poem follow?
2. What are the themes of the poem?
e. Social commentary
f. Humor &