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CH 203 Final UNR

Cliff Dwellers was painted by George Bellows
Sumner says that laissez faire translates into plain English as Mind your own business
Middle Class liberal Protestants” describes those Americans called Progressives
Social Darwinists tried to use evolutionary theory to justify economic and social inequities
Riis says that the boundary of the Other Half runs through The tenements
As the 20th century began, most Americans believed that their country’s greatest days were ahead
The “stuff and essence of nationality,” Kallen says, is the array of forces for and that like mindedness
The photographs that illustrate How The Other Half Lives were taken by Jacob Riis
Addams opens Hull House in order, she says, to live in a really living world and refusing to content with a shadowy intellectual or aesthetic reflection of it
The ideology of America as an Anglo-Saxon country began to develop at the same time that saw the arrival of new immigration
Because distances could be covered in less time, the Transportation Revolution in effect made the world Grow smaller
Henry Adams said that the “new American” was the “servant of the Power house
The painter who felt that landscapes ought to reveal a “heroic national identity” was Thomas Cole
The Woman in White” was painted by James A.M Whistler
At the start of the twentieth century, many Americans felt themselves “instruments of Advancement
he “lowest common denominator of artistic taste” is Appreciation of realism
“Industrialized, urbanized, and commercialized” is an apt description of American at the turn of the 20th
A form of African expression incorporated into jazz was “call and call and -response
“In The Loge/At The Opera” was painted by Marry Cassatt
Some of Duke Ellington’s compositions left no space for improvisations
Jazz, the poet Langston Hughes says, is to him The inherent expressions of negros in America
The musician largely responsible for jazz’s emphasis on improvisation was Louis Armstrong
The mass movement of African Americans from the rural South to the urban North is called the great migration
Palmer Hayden, Archibarld Motely, Jr., and Jacob Lawrence were all Painters
“Blues” is a painting of people in a nightclub in the city of Paris
The New Negro” is a phrase associated with the writer Alain Locke
DuBois claims that the only true American music is the wild sweet melodies of the negro slave
The flowering of intellectual and artistic talent among African Americans in the 1920s is called the Harlem Renaissance
Washington says that “in all things social” whites and blacks can be as separate as Fingers
Marcus Garvey founded the organization called Universal Negro Improvement Association
The Day of the Locust ends with a riot at a Kahns Persian Palace Theater
Hollywood experienced the “Golden Age” of movies in the decade of The great Depression
Few things are sadder,” the narrator tells us, “than the Truly monstrous
Tod thinks that the collection of old movie sets and props on the back lot is a “history of civilization” in the form of a -Marine junkyard
In 1933, the American unemployment figure stood at 25%
throughout the novel Tod Hackett is working on a painting he calls Los Angeles on Fire
Nathanael West observed that in his novel there is “no one to root for
Faye Greener’s age is 17
Bedraggled Harlequin” is a newspaper headline for a review of a performance by Harry Greener
The only song Homer Simpson knows is Star Spangled Banner
Tootle” taught American children to Stay on the rails
Nevada supported 1950s atomic testing for reasons both patriotic and for federal money
The only country with a word for those between thirteen and nineteen is The U.S.
n America in the 1950s, to be different was to be Suspect
Immigration of homosexuals was restricted by legislation introduced by Patrick McCarren
Rock and Roll began when white singers sang black songs for White audiences
Twentieth-century America was characterized by, among other things, “an enormous expansion of an enormous expansion of-Suburbia
In the 1950s, American foreign policy insisted that communism be Contained
Senator Joseph McCarthy gave several different figures when insisting that the State Department was filled with Communist
he “atomic hairdo” was the creation of a Las Vegas stylist named GeeGee
The “separate but equal” theory of education was deemed unconstitutional in the lawsuit named Brown Vs Board
Ella Baker suggests that leaders of the CRM were “made” by The media
Thurgood Marshall was a lawyer who worked for the civil rights group NACPP
Malcolm X insisted that there was no such thing as a non-violent Revolution
he Birmingham police chief who ordered dogs be set on, and fire hoses aimed at, peaceful marchers was named Bull Conner
The labor leader who forced FRD to integrate government and defense industries was A. Phillip Randolph
Malcolm X—El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz—was assassinated, it is believed, by Nation of Islam Leadership
According to Dr. King, the word “wait,” insofar as it concerned African Americans, actually meant Never
Brinkley observes that perhaps the most important result of the Black Power Movement was A social and psychological one
Leaders of the Civil Rights Movement were expert in the use of the relatively new medium of Television
The name of the helicopter pilot who stopped the killing at My Lai was Army Warrant Officer Hugh Thompson Jr.
Most hippies came from families that were “white, affluent, and white, affluent, and-middle class
The average age of Americans fighting in Vietnam was 19
Marilyn Young reported that more Vietnam veterans “have committed suicide since the war than Died in it
According to Betty Freidan, the “silent question” asked by middle class American women was Is that all?
The term that expressed doubt about the truthfulness of military and government statements and figures was the Credibility Gap
“The Times They Are A-Changin’” was written and sung by Speaking of the court he led for sixteen years, Earl Warren said: “All we did was to
In the 50s and 60s, America told a woman that if she was unhappy then “something must be wrong with Her marriage or herself
The only American convicted for the incident at the village of My Lai was William Calley Jr.
Betty Friedan The Feminine Mystique women are expected to be perfectly happy as a housewife; they aren't!!!
The two themes that dominated the half-century after the Civil War were consolidation and expanding ethnic diversity
Cahan several times suggests that to him America at first seemed not genuine, real, or human
According to Bok, the most priceless gift that any nation can offer is opportunity
Ross proposes that moral advancement can best be measured by the position of women
According to Kallen, “‘Americanization’ signifies the disappearance of the external differences upon which so much race-prejudice often feeds.”
Addams opens Hull House in order, she says, to live in a “really living world and refusing to be content with a shadowy intellectual or aesthetic reflection of it.”
Because distances could be covered in less time, the Transportation Revolution in effect made the world smaller
For the kind of fiction he wanted to write, Henry James felt American society was too thin
The sciences that Tennyson called “The Terrible Muses” were Geology and Astronomy
Henry Adams said that the “new American” was the “servant of the powerhouse
The painter who felt that landscapes ought to reveal a “heroic national identity” was Thomas Cole
George Bellows, George Luks, and John Sloan were members of what art historians call the historians call the contemporary form of realism
“An old bitch gone in the teeth” is a description of Western culture by Ezra Pound
“The New Negro” is a phrase associated with the writer Alain Locke
Alain Locke says that the Great Migration was a movement not just from rural to urban but from medieval to modern
Motley’s Blues is a painting of people in a nightclub in Jockey Club
The so-called Second Industrial Revolution created products for Business and the home
Earl Shoop is said to have a “resemblance to a mechanical drawing
To Faye Greener’s “egg-like self-sufficiency” Tod Hackett responds with fantasies of crushing her
The bar at which the floor show features female impersonators is called Cinderella Bar
In America in the 1950s, to be different was to be suspect
Historian Kenneth Jackson called the suburbs the crabgrass frontier
Immigration of homosexuals was restricted by legislation introduced by Nevada’s Patrick McCarran
During spring training Jackie Robinson stayed not in a hotel but in in the home of a prominent Negro family.
In “Tootle” the most important lesson taught is to conform
In the 1950s, Hughes says, American Exceptionalism was fueled by paranoia to keep it at boiling point
The assistant Attorney General who came to national prominence during the Red Scare of the 1920s was J. Edgar Hoover
“I’m sorry too, Dimitri. I’m very sorry. All right! You’re sorrier than I am! But I am sorry as well. 
Speaker: President Muffley
Gentlemen, you can’t fight in here. This is the War Room!”
Speaker President Muffley
You’re going to have to answer to the Coca-Cola Company.”
Speaker: Guano
I can no longer sit back and allow Communist infiltration, Communist indoctrination, Communist subversion, and the International Communist Conspiracy to sap and impurify all of our precious bodily fluids.”
Speaker Ripper
“Well boys, I reckon this is it. Nuclear combat, toe to toe with the Russkies.”
Speaker: Kong
“Mr. President, we must not allow…a mine shaft gap.”
Speaker Turgidson
“We were afraid of a doomsday gap.”
Speaker: Ambassador de Sadesky
“Mr. President, I’m not saying we wouldn’t get our hair mussed. But I do say…no more than ten to twenty million killed, tops.”
Speaker: Turgidson
“I mean after all, well let’s face it, we…we don’t want to start a nuclear war unless we really have to, do we?”
Speaker: Mandrake
“But it is, you know, a sacrifice required for the future of the human race. I hasten to add that since each man will be required to do prodigious…service along these lines”
Speaker: Dr. Strangelove
Malcolm X—El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz—was assassinated, it is believed, by Nation of Islam gunmen.
Carmichael argues that “psychological equality” for black people will be achieved by emphasizing the political achievements of The black consciousness.
Baker says that the only protection people have against violence or injustice, in the long run, are themselves
The first black student to attend the University of Mississippi was James Meredith
Davis says that the black community must honor Malcolm X because “he was our manhood, our living, black manhood
Television first covered the civil rights struggle when it broadcast events from Little Rock on the “Huntley-Brinkley Report”
Harrington observed that “the poor are politically invisible
Among the 681 demonstrators arrested at the March on the Pentagon was the writer whose book about it would earn a Pulitzer Prize, Norman Mailer
As government expands,” President Reagan says, liberty contracts
Attitudes toward the war often revealed “a powerful sense of class grievance
President Reagan proposes that the American Revolution reversed the course of government with the words We the people
Either you are with us,” President Bush says, “or you are with the terrorists
The dissent in the Larry Hiibel Nevada Supreme Court case was written by Justice Deborah Agosti
Martin Luther King, Jr. U.S. Baptist minister and civil rights leader. A noted orator, he opposed discrimination against blacks by organizing nonviolent resistance and peaceful mass demonstrations. He was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee. Nobel Peace Prize (1964)
Dubois - “from The Souls of Black Folks,” pp. 237–241 political aspirations, not economic striving; liberal arts will create a new black society
Addams - “from Twenty Years At Hull House, pp. 242–246 Hull House was supposed to break the boundary between the rich and poor
Jacob Riis - “from How The Other Half Lives,” pp. 192–194 tenements are crowded and no longer healthy and wonderful; top half don't ask questions cause they don't want to know;
Rosie the Riveter Rosie the Riveter is a cultural icon of the United States, representing the American women who worked in factories during World War II, many of whom produced munitions and war supplies.
Jane Addams a pioneer settlement social worker, public philosopher, sociologist, author, and leader in women's suffrage and world peace. She helped turn the US to issues of concern to mothers, such as the needs of children, public health, and world peace.
Faye Greener A seventeen-year-old aspiring actress. Faye was raised by her father Harry, Faye has grown up in the world of acting and entertainment and has always wanted to be an actress. Though she is only seventeen, she can carry herself like a worldly, sexual woman
Harlem Renaissance A cultural movement that spanned the 1920s. At the time, it was known as the "New Negro Movement", named after the 1925 anthology by Alain Locke. The Movement also included the new African-American cultural expressions across the urban areas in the Northe
Malcolm X He was a Muslim minister and human rights activist. To his admirers he was a courageous advocate for the rights of blacks, a man who indicted white America in the harshest terms for its crimes against black Americans; detractors accused him of preaching
Social Darwinism Social Darwinism is Darwinism, the concept of survival of the fittest, to everyday social circumstances. These can range from wealth debates to political debates, with the general principle being that the strong should see their wealth and power increase
Sen. Joseph McCarthy He was an most visible public face of a period in which Cold War tensions fueled fears of widespread Communist subversion. He was noted for making claims that there were large numbers of Communists inside the government.
the New Immigrants The "new immigrants" came during the period of intense industrial development known as the gilded age as well as the reaction to this growth during the progressive era. This period immediately following the Civil War and extending up until the 1920's.
Dr. Strangelove Dr. Strangelove is an ex-Nazi scientist,He serves as President Muffley's scientific adviser in the War Room.
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