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2012 FALL UTTERBACK US HISTORY
Transcript of 2012 FALL UTTERBACK US HISTORY
BOOKS *rest room passes are issued under the assumption that
you have an emergency....you should not have multiple emergencies during the course of a week. WE WILL LOOK AT 4 ASPECTS OF WW2 THAT YOU NEED TO WRITE DOWN REVIEW OF WW2 ALLIED LEADERS IN WW2 WORLD U.S. MILITARY syllabus....show this to your parents..have them email/write me a note stating that they have seen it WORLD WAR 2
HOME FRONT WOMEN WORK IN INDUSTRY AND OFFICES MANY JAPANESE-AMERICANS
ARE INTERNED IN CAMPS GOV WORKS TO BO0ST
MORALE AND SHIFT ECONOMY TO
MAKE WAR GERMAN AND ITALIAN AMERICANS REGISTER AS ENEMY ALIENS AFRICAN AMERICANS SEEK FAIRER EMPLOYMENT MEXICAN WORKERS
MOVE NORTH BOOKS TODAY.
YOU GUYS WILL BRING ME UP YOUR BOOK....AND I WILL WATCH YOU WRITE THE NUMBER WITH MY SHARPIE "this day in history" (on your study
guide page 1)
DAY 1: Make an "opinion statement" about
the story of what Christopher Columbus
wrote on this day 2 charts today for WW2 5 TURNING POINTS OF WW2 WW2 DEATHS BY NATION HOMEWORK: p. 506 QUESTIONS 1-6....signature at end of hour, or first thing tomorrow THIS DAY IN HISTORY
WRITING....ONE THOUGHT? REVIEW LAST NIGHT'S HOMEWORK
DID I SIGN IT? IN CLASS ASSIGNMENT
READ THE 4 DOCUMENTS
ANSWER THE THREE QUESTIONS
PLUS THE WRITING ASSIGNMENT
WE GO OVER ANSWERS AT END GRAB A BOOK TOO! THIS DAY IN HISTORY
QUESTION OR YOUR REACTION TO A STORY
REVIEW FOR THE FIRST TEST (PRETTY EASY)
GO OVER TEST PROCESS
MEET IN LAB F101 TOMORROW REVIEW OF WW2
TEST...IN COMP LAB VIDEO: WW2 CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES chapter 16-1
"the Cold War Begins" this day in history
"summary of the section
terms and people
homework: read it summary statement: "After ww2 the U.S. tried to learn the lessons of why the war happened. They learned that ISOLATIONISM and APPEASEMENT did not work. So, we were determined not to let it happen again with our new enemy THE SOVIET UNION CONFLICTING GOALS U.S. SOVIET UNION to rebuild Europe/prevent
a new war.... to prevent communism
from spreading "marshall plan"
NATO- countries that were
dedicated to being free worldwide communism! used military to "crackdown" on any opposition (Gulags)...millions never seen again WARSAW PACT- countries that were allied with Soviet Union... PREZI.... DAY ONE
CREATE NEW PREZI "COLD WAR"
PATH 1 (BRACKET AROUND "COLD WAR"
PATH TWO (ON TOP OF THE "C", PUT YOUR NAME AND PERIOD
PATH THREE (ON TOP OF THE "O" PUT THE TWO QUESTIONS WITH ANSWERS....AND THE THREE IMAGES WITH ONE SENT DESCRIPTION OF WHAT IT IS.....SEE BELOW Q: WHAT WAS THE COLD WAR?
A: Q: WHY DID THE COLD WAR HAPPEN?
A: use only one or two sentences for these image 1: "cold war map of Europe"
(label and bracket it) image 2: "famous cold war person"
(label who it is...bracket it) image 3: "the Berlin Airlift"
(label ...bracket) add each of these to your path...should be 7 total 16-2 "THE KOREAN WAR" summary statement
checkpoint questions summary: Most people thought that the battleground for the Cold War was going to be in Europe. However, that war remained COLD.
The place where things did HEAT UP was in East Asia. This began with the KOREAN WAR. Which is STILL a source of ongoing tension QUESTIONS:
*write these out as i talk about them.....and also the answer i give 1. Why did the Communists win the Civil War in China?
A: because they had the support of most of the people of China 2. How did Truman react to the North Korean (Communist) invasion of South Korea?
A: He decided to deploy our soldiers to the region to help the Koreans to remain democratic 3. What were the main RESULTS of the U.S. participation in the Korean war?
A: many people died on both sides...and it remains unresolved today as an UNEASY TRUCE between North and South Korea HOMEWORK: MAKE SURE YOU HAVE READ
CH 16 SECTIONS ONE AND TWO.....UPDATED NOTEBOOK SIGNATURES.....BE READY FOR QUIZ ON BOTH SECTIONS. *LABEL YOUR NOTE BOOK BY SECTION.....NUMBER YOUR VOCAB FOR EACH SECTION...THEN BRING UP FOR ME TO SIGN THIS DAY IN HISTORY....WRITE ONE THING " COLD WAR" PREZI PROJECT TODAY.
NO QUIZ TODAY
16-2 "THE KOREAN WAR" THESE ITEMS WILL GO IN THE "l" PART OF THE PHRASE WHY DID THE KOREAN WAR HAPPEN? SUMMARY OF WHAT OCCURED DURING THE WAR? HOW DID THE WAR END? IMAGES: STATISTICAL CHART (SHOWING ANY SORT OF DATA)
2 FAMOUS PEOPLE, A MAP THAT SHOWS CURRENT KOREA, AN IMAGE FROM THE WAR 16-3
"this day in history"
homework: read this section USA USSR BRITAIN FRANCE CHINA YEAR 1945 1950 1955 1960 1965 ARMS RACE MUTUALL ASSURED DESTRUCTION JOHN FOSTER DULLES MASSIVE RETALIATION BRINKMANSHIP NAKITA KRUSCHEV NATIONALIZE SUEZ CRISIS EISENHOWER DOCTRINE CIA NASA D COMMUNISM
"THE COLD WAR AT HOME" STANDARDS:
6.1 Describe the Domino Theory and
principle of containment. identify key events/people of
post WW2 tensions
9.3 Identify multiple causes of historical actions and analyze
cause/effect relationships AGENDA:
THIS DAY IN HISTORY: WRITE ONE QUESTION OR COMMENT
SUMMARY STATEMENT: WRITE THIS DOWN
VOCABULARY....I WILL HELP YOU WITH THESE FOR YOUR NOTES
EXAMPLES OF COLD WAR IN POP CULTURE (YOU WRITE THESE IN CHART FORM) RED SCARE SMITH ACT HUAC HOLLYWOOD TEN BLACKLIST ALGER HISS JULIUS AND ETHEL
ROSENBERG JOSEPH R. MCCARTHY MCCARTHYISM examples of RED SCARE in
pop culture name description "WAR" PREZI..... GIVE THREE EXAMPLES
OF WHAT WAS DONE TO
FIGHT THE RED SCARE IN
AMERICA IN THE 1950'S AND 60'S
(PUT THEM ON THE "W") SHOW 3 EXAMPLES
OF PEOPLE WHO WERE
ASSOCIATED WITH THE RED
SCARE IN AMERICA....(NAME...AND CLAIM
TO FAME) POP CULUTRE:
THREE EXAMPLES OF HOW YOU
WOULD HAVE SEEN EVIDENCE OF
THE "RED SCARE" IN POPULAR
AMERICAN CULTURE (DONT USE MY
EXAMPLES) QUIZ REMINDERS
10 MIN PER QUIZ....
YOU WILL TURN IN YOUR SIGNED NOTES AT THE SAME TIME AS YOU FINISH THE TEST
30PTS FOR THE TEST/20 PTS FOR NOTES PRESENTATIONS "SUPERPOWER" VIDEO
DEBRIEF OF FRIDAY'S
ASSIGNMENT CHAPTER 17 CHAPTER 17 17-1 "AN ECONOMIC BOOM
1945-1960 OBJECTIVES OF THE DAY
DESCRIBE HOW THE U.S. WENT FROM WARTIME TO A PEACETIME ECONOMY
DISCUSS THE ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF TRUMAN AND EISENHOWER
ANALYZE THE BOOM OF THE 1950'S THIS DAY IN HISTORY.....
MOST INTERESTING FACT SUMMARY STATEMENT
MOST AMERICANS THOUGHT THAT AFTER WW2, OUR COUNTRY WOULD GO BACK TO THE ECONOMIC DEPRESSION. EXPERTS PREDICTED THERE WERENT ENOUGH JOBS FOR THE RETURNING SOLDIERS. IT TURNED OUT TO BE THE TIME OF THE BIGGEST GROWTH IN OUR HISTORY.....WHY? TERMS:
2. G.I. BILL OF RIGHTS
3. BABY BOOM
5. TAFT-HARTLEY ACT
6. FAIR DEAL THE U.S. AFTER WW2 PROBLEM SOLUTION WHAT WERE WE
GOING TO DO WITH ALL
OF THE RETURNING GI'S
TO THE ECONOMY? THE G.I. BILL WAS CREATED
(GOV LOAN/ TUITION)
FOR ANY SERVICEMEMBER
WANTING TO GO TO COLLEGE
Q: HOW DOES THIS BENEFIT INDIVIDUALS
AND THE COUNTRY? HOMEWORK: READ 17-1 QUIZ TOMORROW how the G.I. BILL transformed America this day in history
17-1 quiz ITS HALFTIME IN AMERICA
Q: HOW DOES THIS COMMERCIAL CONNECT TO THIS CLASS?
Q: THIS IS NOW CONTROVERSIAL DURING THIS ELECTION YEAR.....WHY? 17-2 "A SOCIETY ON THE MOVE"
clip of the day....fact
GRAPH HOMEWORK: READ P 552-559
BE READY FOR QUIZ POSTWAR CHANGE SOCIETY ECONOMY EDUCATION SUMMARY: AMERICANS HAVE ALWAYS BEEN A MOBILE PEOPLE... THIS COUNTRY HAS MANY STORIES OF FAMILIES MOVING FROM ONE PLACE TO ANOTHER FOR NEW OPPORTUNITY. THIS HAPPENS EVEN MORE WHEN THE INTERSTATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM IS BUILT.....BUT IT WAS DONE FOR THE MILITARY TERMS
INTERSTATE HIGHWAY ACT
CALIFORNIA MASTER PLAN http://www.history.com/shows/modern-marvels/videos/keep-it-moving#keep-it-moving 17-2
This day in History/clip of the day
charts for notes
take quiz growth of suburbs the car culture migration to the sunbelt American money is based around
the production and buying of the car many new "service" industries spring up example: decline in number of farmers
why? many more people are becoming EDUCATED
3. the result of this....AMERICA
LEADS THE WORLD IN SMART PEOPLE http://www.history.com/videos/dwight-eisenhower-leads-america-in-war--peace#dwight-eisenhower-leads-america-in-war--peace 17-3 "mass culture and family life"
clip of the day.....this day in history terms summary: In the 1950's the IDEAL FAMILY
was not like today. Men worked and women
were housewives who raised children.
IDEAL FAMILIES looked, talked and acted like
Leave it to Beaver (whether they were or not
The family values on the 1950's still are with us
in some ways today. QUIZ TODAY
CHART! (add to notes) 17-4 "DISSENT
IN AMERICA" QUESTION ANSWER WHY DID MANY ARTISTS AND PROFESSORS
CRITICIZE AMERICAN CULTURE DURING THE 1950'S? HOW DID OUR FEDERAL GOVERNMENT RESPOND TO THE DECLINE OF CITIES IN THE 1950'S? WHAT WERE SOME PROBLEMS THAT MINORITIES HAD TO TRY TO OVERCOME
AFTER WORLD WAR 2? BEATNIK INNER CITY URBAN RENEWAL TERMINATION
POLICY TO DO
"THIS DAY IN AMERICA"
Q AND A CHART "THIS DAY IN HISTORY"
REVIEW OF WHAT WE LEARNED YESTERDAY QUIZ TODAY! 17-4...LAST ONE BEFORE THE TEST AMERICA
OF US" MID WINTER
BREAK MID WINTER
BREAK CH 17 REVIEW CH 17 TEST "this day in history"....one question
test review....anything you want to write new seating chart The postwar economy suffered severe
b.depression. d.labor shortages After World War II, worker productivity improved largely because of
a.labor reforms. c.numerous technological advances.
b.government price controls. d.veterans reentering the workforce. The Marshall Plan generated economic growth by
a.prohibiting labor unions.
b.making home loans to war veterans.
c.funding the development of new technologies.
d.stimulating foreign demand for American products. Many people migrated to the Sunbelt to
a.buy inexpensive land and start family farms.
b.work in the defense, aerospace, electronics, and petrochemical industries.
c.escape traffic, overcrowding, and environmental problems in northern cities.
d.take advantage of government incentive programs encouraging them to relocate. The National Defense Education Act allocated federal funds to train
a. soldiers. c. politicians.
b. scientists. d. businessmen. During the 1950s, American families
a.began watching less television as programming became more uniform.
b.had less consumer purchasing power because of an increase in choices.
c.started breaking apart as more women entered the workforce and went back to school.
d.benefited from advances in medicine and a better understanding of the importance of diet. The flight of the urban middle class to the suburbs
a. opened more affordable housing units to the urban poor.
b. generated new job and business opportunities in inner cities.
c. hurt cities economically because the middle class paid a large share of the taxes.
d. spurred urban renewal projects that led to greater economic development in downtown districts. During the postwar period, immigrant groups in America
a. organized and made important advances in civil rights.
b. rejected assimilation policies meant to integrate them into middle-class society.
c. lacked political power because of language barriers and the threat of deportation.
d. obtained better education and employment opportunities through government-funded programs. Which of the following contributed to a surge in postwar home construction?
a. foreign aid c. price controls
b. low inflation d. loans to war veterans After the war, the United States economy
a. entered a severe depression.
b. stagnated as wartime production fell.
c. shifted to producing consumer goods.
d. fluctuated as it withdrew from world markets. Between 1940 and 1960, more than 40 million Americans
a. migrated to the suburbs.
b. helped rebuild older industrialized cities.
c. moved into new urban housing developments.
d. returned to rural regions to redevelop the land. The rise of the car culture led to the
a.decline of shopping malls.
b.revitalization of older city neighborhoods.
c.increasing dependence on mass transportation.
d.spread of fast-food restaurants and drive-in movie theaters. Which of the following made the scale of suburban growth possible?
a.travel and tourismc.interstate highways
b.high-interest loansd.multinational corporations Which industry grew most rapidly during the 1950s?
a. service c. farming
b. mining d. manufacturing Congress increased federal funding for education largely because of
a.rising immigration.c.the Soviet Union’s space program.
b.massive population shifts.d.the growth of information industries. During the 1950s, American consumers
a.had less money to spend.
b.bought fewer goods on credit.
c.purchased new labor-saving appliances.
d.did not respond well to commercial advertisements. The television
a.had little impact on family life.
b.offered few programs for women.
c.changed the way politicians ran for office.
d.was too expensive for most Americans to buy. Dr. Benjamin Spock
a.developed a vaccine against polio.
b.encouraged women to work outside the home.
c.emphasized the importance of nurturing children.
d.attracted millions to religious revivals around the nation. Television programs in the 1950s often
a.did not allow commercial advertising.
b.dealt with real-life problems, such as illness, alcoholism, and depression.
c.gave equal air time to African American and other minority characters and stories.
d.idealized families centered around the father as breadwinner and the mother as homemaker. Rock-and-roll music
a.became a symbol of youth culture.
b.attacked traditional religious authority.
c.grew out of a subversive communist movement.
d.developed as a southern alternative to rhythm and blues music. Many social critics in the 1950s criticized an American emphasis on
a. diversity. c. individualism.
b. conformity. d. intellectualism. In The Other America, Michael Harrington exposed problems dealing with
b.religion.d.communism. After World War II, many American cities began to decline because of the
a.increase in taxes.c.decrease in available public housing.
b.influx of nonwhite minorities.d.flight of middle-class white families. Which of the following contributed to rural poverty?
a. immigration c. urban renewal projects
b. corporate farming d. interstate highway construction In the 1950s, the federal government encouraged Native Americans to
a.stay on their reservations.c.assimilate into American society.
b.elect new tribal governments.d.revive and spread their native traditions. "Freedom Riders" FREEDOM RIDERS part 2 in your notebook write
5 things you see or hear
that invoke an EMOTIONAL
RESPONSE from you...then
explain why it made
you emotional 18-1
this day in history
*bring up for signature homework: read
this section1 and 2 for quiz this day in hist clip
take quiz on 18-1 and 2 HOW DO YOU STACK UP (IN CHARACTER)
TO THE PEOPLE YOU HAVE SEEN IN "FREEDOM
RIDERS"? IS THERE ANYTHING YOU FEEL STRONGLY
ENOUGH TO COMMIT TO IN A DEDICATED WAY
TO THE LEVEL OF THE PEOPLE YOU SAW IN THE VIDEO? IF YOU WERE A YOUNG WHITE PERSON
IN THE SOUTH, WHAT DO YOU THINK YOU WOULD
A. GO ALONG WITH THE CROWD?
B. NOT GOTTEN INVOLVED....WATCHED FROM AFAR
C. STOOD UP AGAINST THE VIOLENCE?
*THERE IS A BIG DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WHAT YOU
WOULD HOPE TO DO, AND WHAT YOU WOULD ACTUALLY DO HOW DOES HEARING THE TRUE STORIES
OF AMERICA (LIKE THIS ONE) MAKE YOU FEEL
ABOUT YOUR PLACE IN AMERICAN HISTORY? FREEDOM RIDERS....
FINISH AND DISCUSS If a FREEDOM RIDER could
see your classmates sleeping
in class while this was being
shown, how do you think they
would feel? when you saw
the young people being interview...did you think "look at what these kids stood for and did" what do i stand for ? what will i do in life? notebook sign Protested
segregation sit in civil Rights
non compliance legal
for deseg http://www.history.com/videos/malcolm-x#malcolm-x 18-3 "new success and challenges"
this day in history
terms homework: read for
tomorrow's quiz 9-3 finish
clip: Malcolm X
quiz review for test chap 9 test this day in history
go over test Which of these African Americans is famous for breaking into major league baseball? What was the significance of Hernandez v. Texas? How long did the Montgomery bus boycott last? In return for the desegregation of interstate transportation, a deal was made to.... Why did Martin Luther King target Birmingham, Alabama for a civil rights campaign? What were Jim Crow laws? The members of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) believed in what methods? Which civil rights organization won a number of important court cases against segregation in the 1950s? In a ruling known as Brown II, the Supreme Court said... To which city did President Eisenhower send federal troops to protect African American students? In response to riots over desegregation the University of Mississippi, President Kennedy declared that Why were many Americans surprised when President Johnson supported civil rights? At what school was there major rioting over James Meredith’s enrollment? How did T. Eugene Connor react to civil rights marchers in Birmingham, Alabama? The Civil Rights Act of 1964 forbids discrimination in employment on the basis of....... The first of the confrontations on the Edmund Pettus Bridge during the march on Selma became known as Not long after the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, African Americans in several cities What happened in hundreds of cities immediately after the assassination of Martin Luther King? What is an argument that people used to prevent affirmative action? The conflict at Little Rock’s Central high School was a reaction to Which of the following events in the Civil Rights movement preceded the Civil Rights Act of 1964? How did the Black Panthers exemplify the idea of “black power”? Who signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964? When three civil rights workers disappeared during Freedom Summer, the SNCC claimed that they had been While in prison, Malcolm X became a convert to What civil rights measure was passed by Congress shortly after King’s assassination? Freedom Summer Kerner Commission
Thurgood Marshall Malcolm X
Brown v. Board of Education black power
Martin Luther King Montgomery bus boycott
de jure segregation freedom ride
Voting Rights Act of 1965 James Meredith TERMS The Supreme Court ruled that segregation in public schools was unconstitutional.
b.Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat to a white passenger on a bus in Alabama.
c.Dr. Martin Luther King delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech at The March on Washington.
d.all of the above 19-1 pbs....THE KENNDYS 5 THINGS YOU KNOW
5 THINGS YOU LEARNED
5 THINGS YOU WOULD LIKE
TO KNOW MORE ABOUT 19-2 19-2 quiz 19-3 19-3 quiz this day in history terms graph summary homework: read 19-2 ...quiz tomorrow SUMMARY
CLIP OF THE DAY
QUIZ TOMRROW THE GREAT SOCIETY HEALTHCARE IMMIGRATION POVERTY EDUCATION http://www.history.com/videos/lyndon-johnsons-first-days-as-president#lyndon-johnsons-first-days-as-president THIS DAY IN HISTORY
REVIEW OF TERMS
QUIZ LYNDON B JOHNSON
CIVIL RIGHTS ACT
WAR ON POVERTY
ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY ACT
IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT OF 1965
WARREN COURT review for ch 19 test
KENNEDY/JOHNSON 1960-68 test America...the story of us review for VIETNAM TEST WATERGATE VIDEO 22-1 22-1 22-2 22-2 22-3 22-3 REVIEW TEST CLIP OF THE DAY
WRITE "THE BIG IDEA"
CHECKPOINT QUESTIONS (WRITE THE QUESTION AND THE ANSWERS)
THINKING CRITACALLY QUESTION P715
QUIZ TOMORROW GO OVER ANSWERS TO NOTEBOOK QUIZ 22-1 LAST DAY! FINAL: 1,3,5 FINALS:
2,4, 6 FINALS:
PERIOD 7 REVIEW REVIEW REVIEW 23 TEST 23 REV 22 TEST 23-1 TEACHERS! FIRST DAY
KIDS RULES BOOKS book #
go over chi/sect 1
HW read ch1 sect1 and 2 quiz 1-1
1-2 vocab, checkpoint q's and map q's
HW read 1-3 THIS DAY IN HISTORY
DO 1-3 VOCAB, CHECKPOINT AND MAP
HW read 1-4 QUIZ CH1/SECT 3
CH1 SECT 4
HW: BE READY FOR FRIDAY QUIZ 1-4 QUIZ
PBS VIDEO MR. UTTERBACK
CURRENT EVENTS ABOUT ME 18TH YEAR TEACHING AT PLAINFIELD
MASTERS DEGREE FROM OLIVET
WIFE (TAMI) AND TWO GIRLS (AVA 6, AND AUDREY 3)
CURRENT GIRLS GOLF COACH....HAVE COACHED BOYS GOLF 5YRS, VARSITY FOOTBALL 15YRS, VARSITY WRESTLING 5 YEARS, MIDDLE SCHOOL FOOTBALL, AND MIDDLE SCHOOL WRESTLING MR. UTTERBACK
18TH YEAR AT PLAINFIELD
B.A. FROM IUPUI/M.A. FROM OLIVET
TEACH U.S. HISTORY AND CURRENT EVENTS THIS YEAR
COACH GIRLS GOLF CURRENTLY...BOYS GOLF, FOOTBALL, WRESTLING
PLEASE EMAIL ME FOR QUESTIONS CHAPTER 1 REVIEW Most scientists believe that people first came to the Americas from How did the arrival of Europeans affect Native American culture? Which country established a number of colonies along the Atlantic coast? Which colonies offered settlers the most religious freedom? During the 1760s, American colonists rebelled against the British Parliament for The Northwest Ordinance provided for Many political leaders wanted to change the Articles of Confederation because it Antifederalists disliked the Constitution because it did not Which of the following occurred during Thomas Jefferson’s presidency? Which of the following most helped Native American civilizations to grow? During the Renaissance, European kingdoms In 1498, Vasco da Gama of Portugal How did Locke’s philosophy shape the formation of U.S. government? Which nation first established colonies in both North and South America? Missionaries came to the Americas to The English established their first successful colony at The British Parliament needed the colonists to pay new taxes to Which of the following could vote during the first state elections? The Articles of Confederation The Great Compromise appeased southern states by Federalists supported ratification of the Constitution because they wanted a Powers shared by the federal and state governments are called Alexander Hamilton believed that a national bank would Jay’s Treaty angered many Americans because it allowed the British to Which of the following expanded the power of the Supreme Court? During the War of 1812, The Industrial Revolution entailed a What plant or animal changed the way the Indians of the Great Plains lived? What did Europeans introduce to the Americas that caused the deaths of thousands of Native Americans in the 1500s and 1600s? How did the Articles of Confederation try to limit federal authority? What group of Native Americans had a constitution that was passed down orally from generation to generation? How did Jefferson’s political outlook affect his presidency? What was one important outcome of the conquistadors and other Europeans coming to the Americas? clan James Madison
Middle Passage federalism
conquistador separation of powers
Christopher Columbus check and balances
. House of Burgesses Sedition Act
Great Awakening embargo
Thomas Jefferson Monroe Doctrine
George Washington TERMS TEST FORMAT
MULTIPLE CHOICE (I GAVE YOU THE QUESTION ONLY)
MATCHING OF TERMS