APUSH One Pager CH 28 Matthew Laurent
1. The Economic Miracle: Post WWII, consumer demand was extremely high thanks to Baby
Boomers and the growth of suburbs that eventually led to increased home & auto purchases.
Housing and oil industries ben
APUSH One Pager CH 29 Matthew Laurent
1. Expanding the Liberal State: TV played an important role of the election between Kennedy and
Nixon, as the huge majority of people watching felt that JFK won the debate while people
listening on the radi
APUSH One Pager CH 30 Matthew Laurent
1. The Youth Culture: Started out with the New Left that involved many whites championing
rights for minorities. Many Americans saw the success of the Civil Rights Movement in the
1960s. Counterculture move
AP United States History
Chapter 17 One-Pager
Sources of Industrial Wealth: The use of steel in railroads leads to the iron/steel industry booming. With
increasing use of railroads, industries expanded and eventually led to t
APUSH One Pagers Chapter 31 Matthew Laurent
1. Politics and Democracy after Watergate: Gerald Ford inherited the presidency under
unenviable circumstances. He had try to rebuild the peoples trust and confidence in
government after the Watergate
APUSH CH 20 One Pager
1. The Progressive Impulse: The progressives were mostly middle class, city dwellers that were
looking for direct and purposeful intervention in social and economic affairs. Muckrakers,
reform-minded journalists attacked e
APUSH One Pager CH 32 Matthew Laurent
1. A Resurgence of Partisanship: The Trials of Clinton administration, and the failure of healthcare
reform in particular, damaged the Democratic Party as it faced the congressional elections of
1994. But f
AP United States History
Chapter 19 One-Pager
1. The Politics of Equilibrium: The late 19th century saw large voter turnout to switches between political
parties. The government gave subsidies to railroads and sent in military t
1. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free
exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people
peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a re
Final Exam for Street Law II: Forensic Study
Short Answer (50 pts total)
For each of the following areas we studied, write down 5 things, items, or
interesting bits of information you learned. The only way you can miss
points on this part of the exam i
Civil Law vocabulary
Libel to write a lie about someone for personal gain or victims loss of reputation.
Assault threat or intimidation of someone.
Tort a civil lawsuit.
Punitive award for damages that are emotional or psychological suffering.
Street Law I- Lyons. The Foundation of Law. Name_Tianna Howell_ Period_3_
Fill in 1pt each
1. The age required to vote?
b. 435 c. 100 d. 18
2. The Number of members in the United States Senate is ?
b. 435 c. 100 d. 18
3. In the United States Hou
Criminal Law Outline Notes
Right to Remain Silent
Right to Contact Attorney
Right to Court Appointed Attorney
6 Steps of Processing After Arrest
Early Law Vocabulary
Lyons Street Law I
1. Felony Most serious type of crimes, murder, rape, arson, kidnapping.
2. Misdemeanor Less serious type of crime, jaywalking, speeding, possession
3. Criminal Type of law that violates government created law.
Pathology Exercise: Autopsy Report
1. Name of Person: Jayne Mansfield
2. Circumstances of Death: car accident
3. 6 areas of death report as mandated by the American
Board of Pathology.
i. cause of death: blunt force trauma
ii. time of death: June 29, 1967
Criminal Law Vocabulary
Accomplice person who assists in the commission of a crime.
Arson intentional and willful burning of anothers property.
Assault threat or intimidation of harm.
Battery illegal and unlawful touching of another.
Burglary entering a d
I. a ,* s v v 50 o 1
Dates ' 18121814 18461848 18611865 1898
:PreSidens) James Madison James K. Polk Abraham Lincoln William McKinley
Causes Impressment Manifest Destiny Slavery Oppression of Cubans
L i _' Freedom of the seas Texas boundary States r
Handout 6 (page 1) Name:
Foreign Policy in the Early Republic
Directions: Match each foreign policy event to its description. Then list the events by name in chrono-
Proclamation of Neutrality
Handout 3 (page 1) Name:
Major Cases of the Marshall Court
Directions: Record information about each of the following Supreme Court cases.
1. Marbury 1/.
AP U.S. History
Pacing Guide/Concept Outline Time Periods with the American Presidents
Time Period and %
1- 1491-1607 5%
A SPLENDID LITTLE
Find political cartoons and images from media at the end of the 19 th
Century to create a presentation on support and opposition to the
REMEMBER THE MAINE
The Spanish Brute: Adds Mutilation
BY: M AT T H E W L A U R E N T
In 1902, a 25 year-old engineer from New York named Willis Carrier
invented the the first modern air-conditioning system.
In 1931, H.H. Schultz and J.Q. Sherman invented the first room air