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APUSH: Chapter 29

Main reason why Woodrow Wilson won the election of 1912 The Republicans were divided over two presidential candidates
What was the “triple wall of privilege”? The tariff, the bank, and the trusts
Income tax amendment 16th Amendment
Increased the amount of money in circulation as needed Federal Reserve Act
Addressed a variety of corporate abuses including monopolies, false advertising, bribery, and food adulteration Federal Trade Commission Act
Established an eight-hour workday for railroad employees engaged in interstate commerce Adamson Act
Spark that started WWI The assassination of the Austrian heir to the throne (Franz Ferdinand) by a Serb nationalist
Germany’s promise to cease sinking passenger ships without warning or care for the passengers Sussex pledge
Proposed German-Mexican alliance with the promise of recovered territory Zimmerman Note
Wilson’s reasoning for entering WWI To create a safer democracy
Major points of the 14 points Abolition of secret treaties, Readjustment of colonial claims to benefit both the imperialist powers and the colonists, Freedom of seas
George Creel promoted the war through this org. Committee of Public Information
Upheld the Espionage Act and limited freedom of speech Schenck v. United States
Managed labor disputes, prevented labor strikes, and regulated wages and work hours National War Labor Board
Identify the “Wobblies” Engineered industrial sabotage
Identify “Great Migration” Tens of thousands of southern blacks drawn to war-industry employment--Race Riots
Granted women’s suffrage 19th Amendment
Event that hasten U.S. involvement in WWI 1917 Bolshevik Revolution-Russia's withdrawal from WWI
Major points of Treaty of Versailles Germany would pay reparations to the Allies, Alsace and Lorraine were returned to France, Germany would provide France with coal for fifteen years
American political leaders who were militant isolationists. Irreconciliables
Aftermath of WWI and Treaty Ultimately led to Hitler’s ability to rise to power
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