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1st Semester District Final Topics to Review To assist you in preparation for the District Final please review

the following topics. 1. Weaknesses of Articles of Confederation (Ch 2 Sec 3/ p. 67) 2. Federalist vs. Antifederalists (Ch 2 Sec 3/ p. 69) 3. John Lockes Social Contract (Ch 2 Sec 1/ p. 52) 4. Declaration of Sentiments and Seneca Falls (p. 64) 5. Govt. Lack of support of Labor Unions in 1800s (Ch. 6 Sec. 3 & 4) 6. Upton Sinclairs The Jungle (Ch. 9 Sec 3/ p. 320) 7. Lincolns plan for Reconstruction (Ch 4 Sec 4/ p. 185) 8. Territories acquired by US in the 1890s (Ch 10) 9. American Federation of Labor (Ch. 6 Sec 3/ p. 245-246) 10. Causes of the growth of cities 1820-1860s (Ch. 7 Sec. 2/ Ch. 8 Sec. 1) 11. Jane Addams settlement houses (Ch. 7 Sec. 2/ p. 266) 12. Tammany Hall (Ch. 7 Sec. 3/p. 269) 13. Laissez-faire theory in late 1800s (Ch. 6 Sec.3/ p. 242) 14. Populists and Free Silver (Ch 5 Sec 3/ p. 221-223) 15. President Wilsons Federal Reserve System (Ch. 9 Sec. 5/ p. 334) 16. Progressive reforms of Theodore Roosevelt (trustbusting, consumer protection, conservation, regulation) (Ch 9 Sec 3) 17.Why were Railroads regulated in the 1880s (Ch. 6 Sec. 2) 18. First Great Awakening (Ch. 1 Sec. 4/ p. 35-36) 19. KKK/ anti-Semitism (Ch. 12 Sec 1/ p. 415) 20. First Amendment rights (p. 96) 21. Open Door policy (Ch. 10 Sec 3/ p. 356-357) 22. Spanish American War makes the US a world power (Ch 10 Sec 2) 23. President Wilsons Moral Diplomacy (Ch 10 Sec 4 p. 363)

24. WWI- Espionage and Sedition Acts (p. 392) 25. Roosevelts Big Stick Policy (Ch 10 Sec 4 p. 362) 26. Gains made by women post WWI- 19th Amendment (Ch 13 Sec 2) 27. Hoovervilles and the perception of President Hoover in the Great Depression (Ch 14 Sec 3) 28. Anti-immigration hysteria 1920s/ Sacco and Vanzetti (Ch 12 Sec 1 p 412-414) 29. Mitchell Palmer and the Palmer Raids (Ch 12 Sec 1 p. 413) 30. W.E.B. DuBois s goals for African American s (325, 392-393) 31. 14th and 15th amendment and the KKKs attempt to limit their freedoms (Ch 4 Sec 4) 32. Jim Crow Laws (287-291) 33. Flappers of 1920s (Ch 13 Sec 2, p. 441) 34. Harlem Renaissance and its impact on society. (Ch 13 Sec 4) 35. Impact of the growth of Mass Media on the national culture 36. Causes of Great Depression (Chapter 14 Sec 1) 37. Complaints of New Deal opponents (Ch 15 Sec 1, p. 492-494) 38. New Deal s expansion of the federal govt. powers. (Ch. 15) 39. Dust Bowl and the migration to CA (Ch 14 Sec 2 p. 474)