Here's the work everyone needs to do.
The Review Book assignments are posted with the corresponding American Pageant chapter(s) and pages underneath.
‚ÄčDon't forget - for the review book ch. 30 there are THREE AP chapters, so you need to do 2 pictures FOR EACH CHAPTER! That also means double the chronology (there is no chronology for chapter 40 in the AP book)! Thanks everyone for helping out!!!!!!!!!!!! :D

Sara:
RB 23 - A New Culture
AP 31 - 720 - 725
RB 24 - Causes and effects of the depression/ Hoover's policies
AP 32 - 746 - 751
AP 33 - 770 - 776
RB 25 - World War II The home front/ Battle fronts
AP 34 - 800 - 806
AP 35 - 821 - 830
RB 26 - Origins of the Cold War/ Containment in Europe
AP 36 - 852 - 858
RB 27 - Popular Culture in the 50s
AP 37 - 882 - 887
RB 28 - The Warren Court and individual rights/ social revolutions and culture movements
AP 38 - 910 - 915
RB 29 - Watergate
AP 39- 946- 952
RB 30 - Foreign Policy during the reagan years/ President George Bush CW
AP 40- 971- 974
AP 41- 995- 999
AP 42- 1017- 1021

Haley:
RB 23 - Cultures in conflict
AP 31 - 726 - 732
RB 24 - Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal
AP 32 - 752 - 757
AP 33 - 777 - 783
RB 25 - Wartime Conferences/ The War's Legacy
AP 34 - 807 - 810
AP 35 - 831 - 839
RB 26 - Cold War in Asia
AP 36 - 859 - 865
RB 27 - The Civil Rights Movement
AP 37 - 888 - 893
RB 28 - The Vietnam war to 1969/ Coming Apart at Home 1968
AP 38 - 916 - 921
RB 29 - Gerald Ford in the White House/ Jimmy Carter's Presidency
AP 39- 953- 958
RB 30 - The Lone superpower in a new century
AP 40- 975- 981
AP 41- 1000-1004
AP 42- 1022- 1026

Ashley:
RB 23 - Foreign Policy: The fiction of Isolation
AP 31 - 733 - 739
RB 24 - The 2nd new deal/ Opponents of the new deal
AP 32 - 758 - 763
AP 33 - 784 - 790
RB 25 - From Neutrality to War
AP 34 - 811 - 816
AP 35 - 840 - 845
RB 26 - The second red scare
AP 36 - 866 - 872
RB 27 - Eisenhower Takes command
AP 37 - 894 - 900
RB 28 - Civil rights conflict
AP 38 - 922 - 927
RB 29 - American Society in transition
AP 39- 959- 964
RB 30 - Clinton years/ A changing US society
AP 40- 982- 986
AP 41- 1005- 1009
AP 42- 1027- 1032

Kelsey:
RB 23 - Republican control/ mixed economic development
AP 31 - 740 - 745
RB 24 - Rise of the Unions/ Last phase of the new deal/ Life during drepession
AP 32 - 764 - 769
AP 33 - 791 - 797
RB 25 - Herbert Hoover's foreign policy/ Franklin Roosevelt's policies
AP 34 - 817 - 820
AP 35 - 846 - 848
RB 26 - Postwar America/ Postwar policies
AP 36 - 873 - 879
RB 27 - Eisenhower and the cold war
AP 37 - 901 - 907
RB 28 - JFK's new frontier/ Lyndon Johnson's great society
AP 38 - 928 - 935
RB 29 - Richard Nixon's foreign policy/ Nixon's domestic policy
AP 39- 939- 945
RB 30 - The rise of conservatism/ The Reagan revolution
AP 40- 967- 970
AP 41- 990- 994
AP 42- 1012- 1016

MNUEMONICS BELOW:
Chapter 24:

Global Great Depression due to failure of US to recognize Europe's economic struggles after WWI
Relief programs- Harry Hopkins bew relief agency
kEynesian theory states that government deficit spending during economic hardship is essential to jump start the economy
American way of thinking was completely changed by the Great Depression
Thursday, October 24th, 1929, the Wall Street Market crashed.

Dust bowl in Great Plains prevents people from farming that land and forces them from the plains
Election of 1936- popular among workers and small farmers
Prohibition outlaws alcohol. This spawns bootleggers and speakeasies
Rural Electrification Administration (REA)- loans were given to electrical cooperatives
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Savings accounts (10 million) were wiped out when 20% of banks closed.
Supreme court ended NRA and AAA
Increase in regulations for businesses
Overproduction was a major cause which hurt farmers more than anything
Not only caused by the Wall Street Crash

Chapter 25 (3 mnuemonics; 2 below and 1 I drew):
War Production Board (WPB) was created to manage war industries in early 1942
Office of War Mobilization (OWM) was established soon after to set production priorities and control raw materials.
Roosevelt nominated for 4th term in 1944 w/ a new VP; Harry S. Truman who would serve most of his term. Roosevelt died < 3 months after his 4th inauguration.
Lightning War June 1940
D-Day (June 6th, 1944) was the beginning of the Allies pushing Germany out of France to liberate it. Paris was liberated by the end of August; by September they were back in Germany near Berlin.

Women consumed jobs of men who had gone to fight. Almost 5 million women took these jobs; and still received lower pay than those men who remained at home.
Allies from 1942-1945 were Britain (Churchill), the US (FDR), and the Soviet Union (Stalin). Leaders agreed to focus on the war in Europe before moving their efforts to counter the Japanese.
Roosevelt chipped away at the neutrality laws until practically nothing remained to prevent him from giving massive aid to Britain

Two main battlefronts; Germany and Japan.
Wages and prices frozen, rationing of basic commodities (mear, sugar, gas, and car tires) were regulated by the Office of Price Administration (OPA)
Office of War Information controlled all information to do with troop movements and battles.


Isolationist policies adopted by the U.S. people, but FDR fails to follow its true definition
Sudetenland taken over by Germany
OPA (Office of Price Administration) regulated every aspect of people's lives
LARGEST NAVAL BATTLE IN HISTORY = BATTLE OF LEYTE GULF in Oct. 1944
African Americans were permitted to serve in WWII in segregated units.
The election of 1940
Internment camps for the Japanese Americans on the West Coast in 1942
Operation Torch (which is what my picture is)
Native Americans served in the military and helped in other defense industries. More than half never returned to the reservations.
Initiated by Poland's independence issues
Supreme court case Korematsu vs. US (1944) determined that the US was right in forcing Japanese Americans into internment camps in 1942.
Manchuria invaded and taken over by Japan

Chapter 26:
Post war peak of birthrate, known as the "Baby Boom"
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Servicemen's Readjustment Act (GI Bill)
Taft-Hartley Act keeps the power of Unions in check
World Bank rejected by Soviets, this caused suspicions.
Argument for Soviet control of most of Eastern Europe was that they needed a buffer zone in case of another Hitler-like attack.
Refusal of US to recognize Soviet Union until 1933

Army- McCarthy hearings--the "Witchhunt" for communists had played itself out
Major Allies in WWII granted permanent seats and veto power in the UN Security Council
Employment Act of 1946
Rise of the "Sunbelt"
Inflation during post war time due to relaxed prices of goods
Containment policy to contain Soviet aggressions, put into effect by Truman in early 1947
America felt that if there was communism anywhere, it must be challenged.

Chapter 27:
Everyone is conforming to stay away from communism and have the "American Dream"
Individuality is pretty much gone, except through religion.
Sputnik I and II are launched by USSR; U.S. retaliates by creating NASA
Elvis Presley. Enough said lol. He made rock and roll popular among teens
NDEA authorizes loans and grants for science and language education
Housewife was the only job socially accepted by men for women.
OPEC formed
Warsaw pact is signed
bEatniks are a group of rebels (supporters of spontanaity, drug use, and aiming for less than social standards)
Racism is fought by Martin Luther King Jr. through nonviolence


Chapter 28:

New Frontier (JFK)
grEat society (Lyndon Johnson)
Warren Court

Flexible response policy
Rebellious living among students in the sixties
Oswald allegedly kills JFK in Dallas, TX
New definition of individualizing rights thanks to Brown vs. Board of FD Topeka
Tougher civil rights bill from "Letter From a Birmingham Jail"
Invasion of Bay of Pigs (1961)
ERA passed by Congress in 72, not ratified
Reform in criminal justice system and political system of the states

Spells "New Frontier"

Chapter 29:
Watergate Scandal
Angew forced to resign from VP position for accepting bribes while governor of MD
Top aids charged with obstructing justice
Ellesburg leaked pentagon papers, so Nixon's admin. discredited him.

Revenue sharing
Gerald Ford takes Nixon's place
Abuses in the executive branch searched for in the investigation of the CIA
The superpowers had an agreement to limit nuclear weapons
Election of 1972 was a landslide election, only one state and DC voted against Nixon

Ford accused of corrupt bargain
cut Off US aid to Chile and Argentina in Jimmy Carter's foreign policy
Republican party humiliated by Nixon (who visits the Soviet Union)
Democratic headquarter was Watergate and had been violated by Nixon's team



Spells "Watergate" and "Ford"


Chapter 30:

Reaganomics
Embargo on Iraq's oil after the Kuwait invasion led by Saddam Hussein put into effect by the UN
Americans with Disabilities Act (1990) - outlawed discrimination to those with disabilities in hiring, transportation, and public accomodation.
Gorbachev - Soviet leader
Americans wished Reagan could serve another term, he brought many former democrats to the republican side
New taxes by Bush, which went against his campaign promise of no new taxes.

Rise of conservatism
Economic assistance to Russia in the START II Treaty in 1992
Voters in the South vote Republican in the 2000 election, no longer the "solid south"
Okay from Congress for Bush to lead military campaign to rollback on Iraq's act of aggression
Labor union crackdown
US tries to evacuate PLO to a safe haven
Taxpayer's revolt
Iran-contra affair --> Reagan scandal involving illegal transfers of money to Nicaraguan contras
Overall Bush ratings go up after the Desert Storm attacks.
Nomination of Clarence Thomas for Thurgood Marshall's spot on the Supreme Court was controversial; but the Senate approved it.

ten questions for project:

1. All of the following are true of railroad expansion except that it
A. opened new territories to commercial agriculture
B. accerlerated the growth of some older cities and created new ones
C. was financed by private corporations with out government asistance
D. led to new managerial forms and techniques
E. was often capitalized beyond what was needed

2. Which of the following best describes the policy of the government of mexico towards texas?
A. it tried to sell texas to the united states at the time of the louisiana purchase
B. it encouraged american settlement in texas in the 1820's and early 1830's
C. it goverened texas with straight regulations in the 1820's
D. it encouraged the establishment of a strong local government in texas in the mid 1830's
E. it favored the annexation of the republic of texas by the united states in the 1830's and early 1840's

3. Which of the following would most likely have expressed opposition to the idea of manifest destiny?
A. advocates of the foreign policy of secretary of state William H. Seward
B. voters for james k polk in 1844
C. supporters of the treaty of paris of 1898
D. members of the whig party in congress during the mexican war
E. supporters lof the ostend manifesto

4. Which of the following transportatiopn development opened the west to settlement and trae between 1790 and 1830?
A. turnpikes and canals
B. railroads and steamships
C. turnpikes and railroads
D. clipperships and turpikes
E. canals and railroads

5. Between 1870 and 1890, farmers did all of the following in an attempt to better their condition except
A. seek states regulation of railways
B. limit production of crops
C. organize cooperative marketing societies
D. form a third political party
E. advocate inflation of currency

6. The northwest ordinances did which of the following?
A. provided for the annexation of the oregon territory
B. established reservations for native americans
C. granted settlers a free homestead of 160 acres
D. established the terms for settlement and admission of new states
E. banned slavery north of the 36* 30' line

7.In the antebellum period, free African Americans were
A. given the right of suffrage in most states
B. protected from kidnapping under stringent provisions of the fugitive slave act
C. educated in integrated schools in most northern states
D. able to settle in states in the middle west without legal restrictions
E. able to accumulate some property in spite of discrimination

8. President Jackson resisted the admission of Texas into the union in 1836 primarily because
A. acknowledged the legitimacy of the Mexican governments claim to Texas
B. feared the debate over the admission of Texas would ignite controversy about slavery
C. was ideologically opposed to territorial expansion
D. could find no support within his own party for admitting texas
E. believed that admitting texas would violate international law

9. The wilmot proviso specially provided for
A. the prohibition of slavery in louisiana purchase territory
B. the primacy of federal law over state legislated black codes
C. the abolition of the international slave trade
D. prohibition of slavery in lands aquired from mexico in the mexican war
E. federal return of fugitive slaves

10. i wasnt able to get a number ten in time



Vocab.--
Indian removal act- Jackson moved native americans to leave their traditional homelands and resettle them west of the mississippi <-- Trail of Tears

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Second Great Awakening- Changes in culture, ideas, art, and literature
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Manifest Destiny- open the south to expansion
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Ostend Manifesto- Tried to Purchase Cuba for $100 milllion
(i will draw a picturefor this one)

Walker Expedition- William Walker take over Nicaragua (1855)
(i will draw a picture for this one)

Gadsden Purchase- gain land from Mexico
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5 events and their mnemonics:

1. The Second Great Awakening - _
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2. Reforms - Reform WET (Women Education Temperance)
let me know what you think of this pic
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3. War With Mexico/Mexican Cession/Guadalupe Hidalgo -
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4. Boundry Disputes in Oregon and Maine - Young America and MOther Britain had boundry disputes on both coasts! (idk if it makes sense....im still thinking...)
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5. Manifest Destiny - America is destined to stretch from coast to coast!
here's a pic, but there's already a man. dest. pic so idk if we need it. but i kinda like this one. a lot. lol.
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