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Test #5 sol

Mr. Hallissey's 5th sol test

QuestionAnswer
When were the missiles removed from Cuba Following the USA blockade of Cuba
What was built to keep the city of Berlin divided the Berlin Wall in the 1960's
What was the Vietnam war about? US intervention to stop the spread of communism in South Vietnam
What was the Domino Theory after one country falls to communism... all countries around it fall to communism
What was the G.I Bill of Rights gave veterans education, housing, and jobs
Name some effects of segregation schools, restrooms, restaurants
What was Plessy vs. Ferguson separate but equal was ok
What was Brown vs. Board of Education separate but equal was not ok in Describe MLK's philosophy
Describe MLK's philosophy Passive resistance
What was MLK's speech I have a dream
What is Rosa Parks known for Montgomery bus boycott
What events started the Civil Rights Movement Protests, sit ins, marches
Who were the Freedom Riders two buses African Americans and whites that were stopped and beaten
What does NAACP stand for National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
What is the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Prohibited discrimination against AA
What was the Voting Rights of 1965 forced local officials to allow AA to vote
What does NOW stand for National Organization for Women
What was the Equal Rights Amendment Failed, yet focused on equal opportunity for women
Who desegregated the Armed forces Harry Truman
What does USSR stand for Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
What are primary source documents journals, first person accounts, actual documents
What are secondary source documents textbook, encyclopedias, books
Representative Citizen in Science Charles Drew (Medicine, plasma) J.Robert Oppenheimer (Physics, Manhatten Project team)
Representative Citizen in Culture Frank Lloyd Wright (Architecture) Martha Graham (Dance)
Representative Citizen in Academics Henry Louis Gates (History) Maya Angelou (Literature)
Representative Citizen in Economics Bill Gates (Computer Technology, Microsoft) Ray Kroc (Franchising, McDonald's)
reconstruction plan calling for reconciliation, preservation of the Union was more important than punishing the South Abraham Lincoln
Urged southerners to reconcile with Northerners at the end of the war and reunited as Americans when some wanted to continue to fight, became president of Washington College which is now known as Washington and Lee University Robert E. Lee
fought for adoption of constitutional amendments that guaranteed voting right, was a powerful voice for human rights and civil liberties for all Frederick Douglass
opposition by American Indians to westward expansion Battle of Little Bighorn, Sitting Bull and Geronimo
reduced population through warfare and disease Battle of Wounded Knee
assimilation attempts and lifestyle changes reduction of buffalo population
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