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SSUSH 15 and 16

US History Standards 15 and 16

Unrestricted Submarine Warfare German tactic of sinking any ship that could be supporting the allied powers – drew US into WWI
Great Migration During WWI, African Americans move to Northern cities for work (thousands)
Espionage Act WWI Act to keep dissenters from speaking out & allow arrests of “suspicious” enemy aliens.
Eugene Debs Socialist arrested during WWII for violating the Espionage & Sedition Acts by speaking against U.S. war effort.
Fourteen Points Pres. Wilson’s plan for peace following WWI
League of Nations Pres. Wilson’s plan for diplomatic resolution of problems after WWI – US did not join.
Red Scare Americans fear communism and socialism taking over US government
Henry Ford Used assembly line to mass produce automobiles in early 1900s – spurred mass production in other industries
Langston Hughes African American writer/poet during the 1920s (Harlem Renaissance)
Harlem Renaissance 1920s – flourishing African American art, music & literature
Irving Berlin an American composer and lyricist, widely considered one of the greatest songwriters in American history.
Tin Pan Alley the nickname given to the street where many music publishers worked during the period of 1880 to 1953.
Created by: croper1