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Exam Content• 70 questions with some true and false• PowerPoint pictures that are included in this outline• Outlines being tested on:1. WWII at Home- Preparedness Campaign2. McCarthyism and Anti-Communism in American Culture3. 1950s Mass Society4. The New Left5. 1968 Party 1 & 2• Cumulative info and key points you need to know: 1. Great railroad strike2. Change in labor policy changea. Different labor unions and what they stood for based on politics of the eras3. How did the role of the Fed. Government change4. Know the rural to urban divide and when each was more prevalent5. Cold War video notes (YouTube: CNN Cold War Episode 2) (included at end of this outline6. Hay Market of old and “new”7. Broad theme of how the Republican Party moved from North to Southa. Move from tariffs to slaveryb. Conservative8. Listen to Pete Seeger’s song: “Bring Him Home”9. Know how Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger look like10. “What kills fascists?”, Answer: history does! (most likely a question/answer on exam)11. Realignment Elections:a. 1876b. 1896c. 196812. Bill of Rights and other Amendments mentioned throughout the year (Listed in this outline)13. Know the man in the picture that is standing in front of the Confederate Flag (in this outline)14. Watch and be familiar with Wallace Campaign video, can find it on YouTubea. Key points from videos so you know you are watching the right one:i. Racistsii. School busiii. Ship going away to harbor15. The difference and change between the KKK clans16. Be familiar with people who have been mentioned oftena. Eugene Debsb. William Jennings BryanBill of Rights (Amendments 1-10)Amendment #1: Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petitionAmendment #2: Right to bear armsAmendment #3: No one may be forced to house soldiersAmendment #4: Protects against unreasonable search and seizureAmendment #5: Rights of the criminally accused (indictment by grand jury, no double jeopardy, no self-incrimination, due process of the law, eminent domain)Amendment #6: Rights to a speedy trial by jury (speedy trial, impartial jury, informed of charges, right to an attorney)Amendment #7: Rights to a jury trial in CIVIL CASES, more than $20- people sue over money/propertyAmendment #8: No excessive bail, no cruel and unusual punishmentAmendment #9: People have other basic rights not listed in the Constitution Amendment #10: All powers not given to the Federal Government are left for the states to take care of/ decideOther important AmendmentsAmendment #13: ABOLISHES slaveryAmendment #14: provides equality for all citizens; state government must follow previously passed amendmentsAmendment #15: All males have the right to voteAmendment #16: Congress has the power to pass direct taxes, such as income taxAmendment #18: Selling and drinking of alcoholic beverages is made illegal (prohibited)Amendment #21: Selling and drinking of alcoholic beverages is made legal (allowed again, #18 was repealed or cancelled by this amendment)I spoke to Mr. Shubitz today and read off these exact notes and he said at least 2 questions will come from them!!! :Cold War video notes: Date: 4/8/13 • *Can also find on YouTube: “CNN Cold War Episode 2”• 1945-1947 Iron Curtain• Video starts off describing the end of WWII and moves into Cold War• Winston Churchill- Prime Minister of Englando He said Communism is putting up a wall and warns that the Cold War is going to begin in his Iron Curtain speech• Soviet soldiers raped Berliners and kidnapped scientists and craftsman and brought them back to Russia• The Soviet Union uses Poland and Central/Eastern Europe as a buffer zone from the enemies in Western Europe (France, England, U.S., etc.)• Germany was split into 4 spheres after the war; USSR, USA, France, and England each took a sphere. Soviet Union takes Eastern Germany so it is connected to Poland which USSR will use as a buffer zone.• There was a lot of people displaced from the war and thus people were relocating and moving about Europe trying to find family and a new home, etco Millions move into Western Europe and Western Germany to escape communism• People also left Central and Eastern Europe because of communism• The USSR put up walls, fences to keep communism and people in and other influences out of the “Iron Curtain”OUTLINE 1: World War 2 Home front (Preparedness and War at Home 1940-1945) Date: 4/3/13 • Preparedness Campaign o WWII caused social change and influenced people's liveso WWII brought an end to the Great Depressiono US started to create arms for the Waro After Japan bombed Pear Harbor on December 7, 1941, America was already prepared for the war because of the Preparedness Campaigno All sectors of the US was ready for waro Industry started to expand, and unemployment went down to where there was a shortage of workerso There was a shortage of men because more men were in the war fighting over seaso 4 million women joined the war efforto Shortage of workers to meet the demand for the goods for the military, unemployment was unheard ofo Anyone could go out and get a job, either in the armed forces or in factories • Problems Waging the War o Shortage of Workers Labor Reforms change because government wants people to work all the time, so the worker rights were ignored. All the Labor Deals about maximum work hours were suspended because factories always needed people work.  Women had to fill all the jobs men couldn't because they were in war. Took many office jobs or lived in the factory. Rosie the Riveter represented the strong woman that contributed to the war. Women made up a third of the work force. Huge change before war. After war it was much more acceptable for women to take up jobs that were previously only men's jobs.  African Americans benefited. All the white men join the war and go over seas, so black men and women work in the factories. They gain recognition because of the war. They also join the war. After the war ends, most African Americans hold on to benefits, but some do lose their jobs.  A lot of problems due to shortage of workers that Government has to face. Wages went up to get more people into jobs, so it was an incentive. Government also spent a lot of money on weapons.  National War Labor Board was the first out of many industries created because of the war. It was charged with managing the labor supply so that the production of war materials goes smoothly. It


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