It placed annual limits on the number of persons who could legally immigrate to the United States.
It took away the freedom of Asians to legally immigrate to the United States.
It resulted in an increase in the percentages of immigrants from Northern and Western Europe and a decline in the percentages of immigrants from Northern and Western Europe and a decline in the percentages of immigrants from Eastern and Southern Europe.
It resulted in a decline in the number of immigrants to the United States from countries in the Western Hemisphere.
The Popular Front
The National Front
National Security Act
Servicemen’s Readjustment Act
National Industrial Recovery Act
Charles De Gaulle
Cuba to Panama
China to Tibet
The Soviet Union to Poland
North Korea to South Korea
Chester A. Arthur
The 18th amendment
The 19th amendment
The 20th amendment
The wagner act
Before 1914, there were no legal controls or restriction on the sale of opium or herion.
Cocaine was an ingredient in early 20th century bottle Coca-Cola
Before 1914, in most states, alcohol could be legally sold to persons younger than 14 years old
Before the 1930s, there were no legal controls or restrictions on the use or possession of Marijuana.
It was created in response to the threat of a communist takeover of Greece and Turkey.
It was an outgrowth of the American policy of containment
It was crated during the Presidency of Harry Truman
It was created in response to the Soviet Union’s launching of Sputnik.
By the mid-1950s R&B had become widely popular among which youth and was banned on some radio stations in the south and other parts of the United States.
By the mid-1950s R&B was picked up and fused with country music by Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, and other white artists.
During the 1950s and 1960s , black artists more commonly covered (that is recorded) Songs first recorded by white performers than did white performers cover songs first recorded by black artists.
To call a song R&B song today tells us much less about the race or ethnicity of the artist than it did during the 1950s.
1959 to 1988
1961 to 1989
1963 to 1989
1961 to 1991
John F. Kennedy
Lyndon B. Johnson
Patricia Hill Collins
Susan B. Anthony
Hattie Wyatt Caraway
Margaret Chase Smith
They begin 1969
The countries involved were the United States and the U.S.S.R.
They ushered in a period of détente between the countries involved
They ceased to be held after the election of Richard Nixon
Carol Moseley Braun
They were made public by Daniel Ellsberg
They were published in 1978
They were first published by the New York Times
They revealed that U.S. political and military leaders had been less than totally honest in their reports concerning the progress of the Vietnam War.
Plant false documents