Proportion of states permitted to practice slavery
Rate at which one slave counted toward congressional representation
Number of African Americans who could vote
Number of adult women who could vote
Number of American Indians allowed citizenship
She challenged gender roles and Puritan orthodoxy.
She was found guilty of practicing witchcraft.
She preached the doctrine of predestination.
She gave birth to a child out of wedlock.
She opened an unlicensed tavern.
Regulate trade between the colonies and European nations
Strengthen the communication network within the colonies
Raise revenue to pay for British troops in the colonies
Regulate commercial activity within colonies
Control population movement to the colonial backcountry
A rock concert second only to the Woodstock concert in the number of attendees
A highly publicized sit-in advocating women’s rights
The first even in observance of Earth day, which sought to increase public awareness of environmental degradation
An antiwar demonstration in which fout students were killed by members of the National Guard
A demonstration by African American, Hispanic, and White students in support of affirmative action that helped draw public attention to the issue
Improvement in the manners of the lower classes
Faith in human capacity to achieve a better life on early through conscious acts of will
The rewards of church membership and regular attendance at Sunday services
Allegiance to the political tenets of Jacksonian Democracy
Belief in the inevitability of economic progress
Migrant farm workers
White-collar factory managers
Unskilled and semiskilled factory workers
Sailors on American merchant ships
Women clerical workers
Encourage United States workers to unite against foreign competition
Assure the public that strikes and walkouts were not part of the union party
Link union membership with patriotic and religious images
Point out the dangers of working as a longshoreman
Show that membership in the longshoremen’s union was open only to workers born in the United States
A consortium of nations to govern China
International acknowledgement of China’s right to exclude the trade of any nation
Recognition of Chinese territorial gains in Manchuria
Reduction of foreign tariffs on Chinese goods
Equal commercial access by all nations to the existing spheres of influence in China
City mobs raided flour supplies in Philadelphia
Debit-ridden farmers attached courts in western Massachusetts
Indians raided frontier settlements in Virginia
Squatters terrorized proprietors in New York
Vigilantes in South Carolina patrolled the frontier
Three aristocratic proprietors seeking private gain
A joint stock company anxious to return a profit to investors
Sire Walter Raleigh, wishing to gain favor with Elizabeth I
King James I, eager to gain a base for expeditions against Spanish shipping
John Smith, seeking to spread Christianity
The cause of decreased agricultural production
Tangible evidence of the strength of the nation’s largest cities
A representation of the conformity of postwar culture
The end of social and economic differentiation in housing
A sign that Americans were becoming more tolerant of cultural differences
The Supreme Court sustained laws barring the interstate sale of goods produced by child labor.
Introduction of the minimum wage made child labor uneconomical
The American birth rate declined, thus reducing the number of children available to work.
Factory owners advocated state child labor laws.
States began to require children to attend school until certain age and to limit the ages at which they could be employed
Frontier life tended to promote the acceptance of greater political equality for women.
Fewer women lived in the southeastern states than in other parts of the country; therefore, suffrage was less of an issue.
None of the state of the Confederacy granted votes to women before 1920.
The Seneca Falls Movement resulted in gains in the are of political and legal rights for women.
States that made free public education a priority led the way in extending the vote to women.
Create military bases outside the borders of the United States
Lend money to impoverished farmers
Provide military supplies to the Allies
Provide subsidies to railroads and businesses
Exchange scientific information among nation
Freedom of the seas
Freedom of speech
The institution of slavery
Presidential power in foreign affairs
Invade the Soviet Union to establish democracy
Adopt a more conciliatory policy toward the Soviet Union
Conduct convert activities in underdeveloped countries to undermine communist movements
Grant most-favored-nation status to China
Focus its foreign policy on containing the spread of Soviet communism
Sales and circulation of newspapers and magazines increased
Most citizens of the United States were already convinced that Jim Crow laws must be overturned
They had the sympathy and support of industrialist like Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller
Drought conditions in the Midwest drew attention to social problems
Radio programs devoted to the problems in cities attracted wide listening audiences
They were willing to accept slavery where it existed but opposed further expansion to the territories.
They were active supporters of complete abolition.
They favored continued importation of slaves from Africa.
They advocated expansion of the slave system to provide cheap labor for northern factories.
They advocated complete social and political equality for all races in the United States.
Excessively cold winters
Federal recognition of American Indian land claims
A drop in cattle prices at stockyards
Production of crops for distant markets
Judith Sargent Murray
Mercy Otis Warren
labor organizer and Socialist Party activist
Leader of the People's Party
Reformer who encouraged new immigrants to homestead
Playwright whose dramas celebrated the assimilation of immigrants into American society
Journalist and photographer who publicized the wretched conditions in which many immigrants lived
Organize political parties sympathetic to communism
Establish African American communities in Africa
Seek the racial integration of northeastern cities
Establish control of their political and economic life
Assimilate into White society
Break the cycle of poverty among poor people through education and job training
Provide temporary benefits to the "new poor" during times of recession
Transfer the federal government's responsibility for welfare back to the states
Simplify welfare by replacing job programs with cash grants for the poor
Build a socialist society in the United States
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