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US History Organizat

United States History Impact of Organizations STAAR Test

TermDefinition
"Political Machines" late 1800's Tammany Hall, Boss Tweed; helped acclimate new immigrants to urban life but also influenced elections through corruptions
Labor Unions Emerged in the late 1880's as a response to the abuses of workers in industrial jobs; campaigned for higher wages, safer working conditions,weekends & holidays, & end of child labor
Third Parties Populist Party,Progressive Parties late 1800's and early 1900's Often represent issues that major parties ignore; Can end up splitting the major party with which they have the most similarities, leading to the other parties win
House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) 1940's-1970's Investigated suspected communists and other subversive activities; targeted many Hollywood actors; Often confused with Joseph McCarthy, who served on the Senate Permanent Subcommittee of investigations in the 1950's
Anti-War Movements 1960's Response to Vietnam War, mostly young people who advocated for the withdrawal of US Troops from Vietnam
Civil Rights Organizations 1950's-1960's Political groups that helped organize the Civil Rights Movement;lobbied and advocated for reform; African American: NAACP, Southern Christian Leadership Conference(SCLC), Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee(SNCC)
Civil Rights Organizations 1950's-1960's Political groups that helped organize the Civil rights Movement; lobbied and advocated for reform African American:Congress on Racial Equality (CORE), Black Panther
Civil Rights Organizations 1950's-1960's Political groups that helped organize the Civil rights Movement; lobbied and advocated for reform Chicano: League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), United Farm Workers Organizing Committee (UFWOC), LaRaza Unida (Mexican-Americans United)
Civil Rights Organizations 1950's-1960's Political groups that helped organize the Civil rights Movement; lobbied and advocated for reform American Indian: American Indian Movement (AIM)
Civil Rights Organizations 1950's-1960's Political groups that helped organize the Civil rights Movement; lobbied and advocated for reform Women's civil rights movement: National Organization for Women (NOW)
Civil Rights Organizations 1950's-1960's Political groups that helped organize the Civil rights Movement; lobbied and advocated for reform
Groups which sought to maintain status quo during Civil Rights 1960's Governors of some southern states and the Congressional block of Southern Democrats worked against the Civil Rights Movement, pushing against integration and attempting to block legislation like the Civil Rights of 1964
Groups which sought to maintain status quo during Civil Rights 1960's Governors which worked against the Civil Rights Movement Wallace - Alabama Faubus - Arkansas Maddox - Georgia
Conservative Organizations 1980's Heritage Foundation-conservatives to influence national policy;mission-"formulate and promote conservative public policies based on the principles of free enterprise, limited government,individual freedom,traditional American values, and a strong defense
Conservative Organizations 1980's The Moral Majority-a political organization founded in 1979 that supported conservative candidates and lobbied for prayer in school
Conservative Organizations 1980's National Rifle Association-non-partisan,non-profit organization which seeks to protect Americans' 2nd Amendment right.Promotes firearm ownership rights,marksmanship,firearm safety & protection of hunting and self-defense
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