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PCS US History

Contrast in Ideas

QuestionAnswer
Who believed in the people and wanted to reduce federal government? Jefferson
Who was a Federalist and wanted a strong national government? Hamilton
Who encouraged African Americans to learn a trade? Booker T. Washington
Who encouraged African Americans to go to college? WEB DuBois
Who wrote about the abuses of Standard Oil? Ida Tarbell
Who founded Standard Oil? Rockefeller
Who was a civil rights leader who believed in violence and that African Americans should be self-sufficient? Malcolm X
Who was a civil rights leader who believed in peaceful protests, marches, and boycotts? Martin Luther King, Jr.
Who believed in loose construction (broad interpretation of the Constitution)? Alexander Hamilton
Who believed in strict construction (narrow interpretation of the Constitution)? Thomas Jefferson
Created by: Ms.Sala