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PRAXIS Government and Civics Review
Civil Rights Movement: Movement to end segregation, Martin Luther king Jr, Malcolm X, Etc.
Louisiana Purchase(America buys Louisiana from the French First Repbublic)
Origin of political parties in the US: Political Factions or parties began to form during the struggle over the ratification of the federal constitution in 1787.
acquisition of Florida (1819, after years of negotiations, Secretary of State John Quincy Adams achieved a diplomatic coup with the signing of the Florida Purchase Treaty)
Peace Movement: Anti Vietnam movements and peace rallies.
World War II: Pearl Harbor 1941
America’s Role: joined our allies because France and Britain were losing.
Consequences abroad: Men went abroad which created women in the workplace. Men are angry that their jobs have been taken.
Consequences at home: Men out of work, strife between sexes. Needed rationing.
John Adams: 2nd president of the united states. from boston and a lawyer.
Causes of the American Revolution: Taxation without representation, Americans were the least taxed place on Earth and were being taxed to pay off the war.
Segregation: The laws that blacks and whites can not be in the same establishments.
Major ideas of the Declaration of Independence: People have certain inalienable rights including life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Major Points: Gettysburg Address, Emancipation Proclamation, 13th Amendment, 14th Amendment, 15th Amendment
Economic and cultural differences between the North and South:The North had financed itself through industrialization and taxes on trade goods, The South had an agricultural economy and had to get supplies imported. They depended on slave labor on order to make money.
Jefferson Davis( President of the Confederacy),
Trail of Tears: The forced march by the U.S Army that took place over the winter.
King George: King of britain during the Revolution
Benjamin Franklin: Pennsylavian, electricity and a kite.
Indian Removal Act (1830): Required all native americans to move west of the Mississippi River