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social studys vocab

chapter 6

QuestionAnswer
yellow jouralism false or exaggerated reporting
spanish american war a war between spanish and america
rough riders chosen to go to cuba to fight where several units of experienced african american soldiers
buffalo riders
isthums
trust large companies with the power to drive out any competition in an industry
progressives reforms who worked to stop unfair practices by business and improve the way government works
muckraker writer or journalist of the early 1900s who uncovers shameful conditions in business and other areas of american life
blue laws laws introduced by progressives in the early 1900s designed to solve social problems such as alcohol abuse
world war 1 war fought from 1914 to 1918 between the central and allies powers the united states joined the allies powers in 1917 helping them to victory
nationalism love of country and the desire to have ones country free from the control of another
alliance agreement among nations to defend one another
isolationism
leaue of nations
treaty of versailles
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