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US Hist Chapter 14

US Hist Chapter 1

1. closed shop an agreement in which a company agrees to hire only union members
2. right-to-work law a law making it illegal to require employees to join a union
3. union shop a business that requires employed to join a union
4. dynamic conservation a policy of balancing economic conservatism with some activism in other areas
5. baby boom a marked rise in birthrate, such as occurred in the United States following world war II
6. white-collar job a job in a field not requiring work clothes or protective clothing, such as sales
7. blue-collar worker a worker who performs manual labor, particularly work that requires protective clothing
8. multinational corporation large corporation with overseas investments
9. franchise the right or license to market a company's goods or services in an area, such as a store of a chain operation
10. rock 'n' roll popular music usually played on electronically amplified instruments and characterized by a persistent, heavily accented beat, much repetition of simple phrases, and often country, folk, and blues elements
11. generation gap a cultural separation between parents and their children
12. poverty line a level of personal or family income below which one is classified as poor by the federal government
13. urban renewal government programs that attempt to eliminate poverty and revilatize urban areas
14. termination policy a government policy to bring native Americans into mainstream society by withdrawing recognition of Native American groups as legal entities
15. juvenile delinquency antisocial or criminal behavior of young people
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