AP/DC U.S. History 1302 Vocabulary

Chapter 15: Reconstruction, 1865-1877

1. Radical Republicans-514

2. Freedmen's Bureau-515

3. Johnson's "Restoration" Plan-517

4. black codes-518

5. Fourteenth Amendment (1866)-519

6. Congressional Reconstruction-520

7. Fifteenth Amendment (1870)-522

8. sharecropping-526

9. Ku Klux Klan-529

10. greenbacks-532

11. Panic of 1873-533

12. redeemers-535

13. Compromise of 1877-537

 

Chapter 16: Big Business and Organized Labor, 1860-1900

1. laissez-faire-567

2. Second Industrial Revolution-552

3. monopoly-560

4. Standard Oil Company-560

5. trust-561

6. holding company-562

7. Carnegie Steel Company-563

8. J. Pierpoint Morgan and Company-563

9. Knights of Labor-576

10. Haymarket Riot (1886)-577

11. American Federation of Labor-579

12. Homestead Steel Strike (1892)-580

13 Pullman Strike (1894)-580

 

Chapter 17: The South and the West Transformed, 1865-1900

1. American Tobacco Company-592

2. Redeemers-592

3. crop-lien system-593

4. sharecroppers-594

5. Negrophobia-596

6. Mississippi Plan (1890)-597

7. "separate but equal"-598

8. Atlanta Compromise (1895)-603

9. Exodusters-606

10. Comstock Lode-607

11. Indian Wars-615

12. Great Sioux War-616

13. Ghost Dance Movement-618

14. Dawes Severalty  Act of 1887-620

 

Chapter 18: Society and Politics in the Gilded Age, 1865-1900

1. Gilded Age (1860-1896)-627

2. tenements-627

3. new immigrants-630

4. nativists-632

5. Chinese Exclusion Act (1882)-633

6. Social Darwinism-636

7. patronage-641

8. party "boss"-641

9. civil service reform-644

10. Mugwumps-646

11. Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) (1887)-648'

12. tariff reform (1887)-649

13. Granger Movement-653

14. Farmers' Alliances-653

15. People's Party (Populists)-654

16. Panic of 1893-655

17. "money question"-656

 

Chapter 19: Seizing an American Empire, 1865-1913

1. imperialism-667

2. The Influence of Sea Power Upon History, 1660-1783 (1890)-667

3. yellow journalism-670

4. U.S. battleship Maine-670

5. de Lome letter (1898)-670

6. Teller Amendment (1898)-671

7. Rough Riders-674

8. American Anti-Imperialist League-680

9. Open Door Policy (1899)-682

10. Roosevelt Corollary (1904)-688

11. "dollar diplomacy"-691

 

Chapter 20: The Progressive Era, 1890-1920

1. muckrakers-709

2. social gospel-710

3. woman suffrage-712

4. Seventeenth Amendment (1913)-716

5. Taylorism-716

6. Sixteenth Amendment (1913)-722

7. Square Deal-723

8. Progressive Party-733

9. New Freedom-734

10. Federal Reserve Act (1913)-737

11. Federal Trade Commission (1914)-738

12. Clayton Anti-Trust Act (1914)-738

 

Chapter 21: America and the Great War, 1914-1920

1. Central Powers-749

2. Allied Powers-749

3. Western Front-749

4. trench warfare-751

5. U-boat-754

6. Lusitania-754

7. Zimmerman Telegram (1917)-756

8. Great Migration-759

9. Fourteen Points (1918)-764

10. League of Nations-769

11. Treaty of Versailles (1919)-770

12. Nineteenth Amendment (1920)-774

13. First Red Scare (1919-1920)-777

 

Chapter 22: A Clash of Cultures, 1920-1929

1. consumer culture-785

2. Jazz Age-791

3. flappers-794

4. Harlem Renaissance-795

5. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)-797

6. modernism-799

7. nativism-803

8. Sacco and Vanzetti case (1921)-804

9. Immigration Act of 1924-804

10. Scopes Trial (1925)-807

11. Prohibition (1920-1933)-808

12. "return to normalcy"-813

13. open shop-816

14. Teapot Dome (1923)-818

 

Chapter 23: New Deal America, 1929-1939

1. Great Depression (1929-1941)-829

2. Dust Bowl-836

3. Reconstruction Finance Corporation (1932)-839

4. Bonus Expeditionary Force (1932)-840

5. First New Deal (1933-1935)-843

6. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) (1933)-844

7. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) (1934)-844

8. National Recovery Administration (NRA) (1933)-846

9. Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA) (1933)-847

10. Second New Deal (1935-1938)-855

11. Works Progress Administration (WPA) (1935)-855

12. Wagner Act (1935)-856

13. Social Security Act (1935)-856

 

Chapter 24: The Second World War, 1933-1945

1. fascism-870

2. "Axis" alliance-873

3. blitzkrieg (1940)-875

4. Lend-Lease Bill (1941)-881

5. Atlantic Charter (1941)-882

6. Pearl Harbor (1941)-885

7. War Production Board-887

8. Women's Army Corps-889

9. Tuskegee Airmen-891

10. bracero program (1942)-892

11. "war relocation camps"-892

12. Yalta Conference (1945)-904

13. Holocaust-905

14. Hiroshima (1945)-910

 

Chapter 25: The Cold War and the Fair Deal, 1945-1952

1. iron curtain-931

2. containment-933

3. Truman Doctrine (1947)-934

4. Marshall Plan (1948)-935

5. Berlin airlift (1948)-937

6. North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)-937

7. National Security Act (1947)-938

8. Taft-Hartley Labor Act (1947)-942

9. Fair Deal (1949)-945

10. Dixiecrats-946

11. NSC-68 (1950)-948

12. House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC)-955

13. McCarthyism-957

 

Chapter 26: Affluency and Anxiety in the Atomic Age, 1950-1959

1. moderate Republicanism-966

2. Federal-Aid Highway Act (1956)-969

3. GI Bill of Rights (1944)-972

4. suburbia-973

5. baby boom-978

6. Beats-981

7. separate-but-equal-985

8. Brown v. Board of Education (1954)-985

9. Montgomery bus boycott-986

10. nonviolent civil disobedience-987

11. massive resistance-989

12. Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC)-990

13. massive retaliation-992

14. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)-992

15. Dien Bien Phu-993

16. Viet Cong-995

17. falling domino theory-996

18. Suez crisis (1956)-998

 

Chapter 27: New Frontiers, 1960-1968

1. New Frontier-1008

2. Bay of Pigs (1961)-1011

3. Berlin Wall-1012

4. Cuban Missile Crisis (1962)-1014

5. Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)-1016

6. Freedom Riders-1017

7. nonviolent civil disobedience-1019

8. March on Washington (1963)-1020

9. black power movement-1023

10. Civil Rights Act of 1964-1027

11. Economic Opportunity Act (1964)-1028

12. Medicare and Medicaid-1031

13. Immigration and Nationality Services Act of 1965-1032

14. Voting Rights Act of 1965-1032

15. Tonkin Gulf Resolution (1964)-1034

16. Tet Offensive (1968)-1037

17. silent majority-1040

 

Chapter 28: Rebellion and Reaction, the 1960s and 1970s

1. New Left-1049

2. counterculture-1051

3. women's movement-1055

4. Roe v. Wade (1973)-1056

5. United Farm Workers (UFW)-1060

6. Red Power-1062

7. Stonewall Riots (1969)-1063

8. affirmative action-1066

9. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) (1970)-1071

10. stagflation-1072

11. Vietnamization-1074

12. detente-1080

13. Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (SALT I) (1972)-1082

14. Watergate (1972-1974)-1084

15. War Powers Act (1973)-1087

 

Chapter 29: Conservative Revival, 1977-1990

1. Camp David Accords (1978)-1097

2. Iranian Hostage Crisis (1979)-1098

3. religious right-1101

4. Reaganomics-1104

5. Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) (1983)-1110

6. Iran-Contra Affair (1987)-1111

7. Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty (1987)-1112

8. microprocessor-1114

9. HIV/AIDS-1116

10. perestroika-1119

11. glasnost-1119

12. Operation Desert Storm (1991)-1122

13. "New Democrats"-1124

 

Chapter 30: Twenty-First Century America, 1993-Present

1. North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) (1994)-1132

2. Contract with America (1994)-1133

3. Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act of 1996 (PRWOA)-1135

4. "new economy"-1135

5. globalization-1136

6. ethnic cleansing-1138

7. war on terror-1143

8. USA Patriot Act (2001)-1143

9. Bush Doctrine-1144

10. Great Recession (2007-2009)-1150

11. Affordable Care Act (ACA) (2010)-1152

12. Tea Party-1156

13. same-sex marriage-1158