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Chapter 10 Focus Questions

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Chap. 10 Focus Questions Faulis ? PAGE ?1? Chap. 10 Focus Questions Faulis ? PAGE ?1? Maddie Faulis Mr. Nelson AP US History October 7, 2013 The important provisions that were added to the Constitution in the Bill of Rights were numerous. These provisions included freedom of religion, speech, and press. It also included rights granting trial by jury and the right to bear arms. The provisions also prohibited the government from taking land from the people, as well as sentencing cruel and unusual punishments. The ninth, or silent, amendment says that the naming of a right does not take away the rights of others. Lastly, the tenth amendment stated that people had control over all the things that were not given to the federal government.

Revolutionary War Timeline

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1775 April 18, 1775: Two lanterns are lit in the Old North Church steeple to indicate the British are crossing the Charles River, and Paul Revere begins his ride. April 19, 1775: Battle of Lexington, won by the British April 19, 1775: At the Battle of Concord the Americans introduce the British to guerilla warfare April 19, 1775 to March 17, 1776: Siege of Boston: 15,000 Minutemen laid siege to Boston from April 19, 1775 until March 17, 1776, when the British troops withdrew. May 10, 1775: The Second Continental Congress convenes in Philadelphia and remains in session throughout the war. May 10, 1775: First Battle of Ticonderoga June 17, 1775: Battle of Bunker Hill September 17 to November 3, 1775: Siege of Fort St. Jean November 4, 1775: Battle of Kemp's Landing

Presidents of the 20th Century

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APUSH 20th Century Exam Review: Presidents Presidents of the 20th Century William McKinley (1897-1900) ? R Assassinated b/c govt was corrupt (T. Roosevelt VP to succeed) Teddy Roosevelt (1901-1908) ? R Big Stick Diplomacy Roosevelt Corollary Great White Fleet ? build up navy to enforce imperialism Progressive Ideals Square-Deal (?3 c?s?) ? control corporations (Hepburn Act, etc.), consumer protection (Meat Inspection Act, Pure Food and Drug Act, etc.), conservationism (National Reclamation Act, Newlands Act, etc.) Hay-Pauncefote Treaty ? ability to construct the Panama Canal Open Door policy in China Hepburn Act ? regulates ICC Meat Inspection Act

Chap 32 AP US History notes

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A.P. U.S. History Notes Chapter 32 ?The Politics of Boom and Bust? (1920-1932) Chapter 32 Essential Learnings / Goals / Objectives I. Explore the economic issues involved in the Boom/Bust of the 20s. Vocabulary / Significant Terms: ?cronies? ?reactionaries? ?Merchant Marine? ?injunction? ?moratorium? ?parity? ?hung jury? ?harrow? ?reparations? ?devaluation? (of currency, also ?floating? currency) ?paternalism? ?quagmire? ?recourse? ?torpor? ?recalcitrant? ?exacerbated? I. The Republican ?Old Guard? Returns (3 Republicans win the 3 presidential elections of the 20s) A. Harding was inaugurated in 1921, looking presidential. 1. He was one of the best-liked men of his generation.

Chap 10 AP US History notes

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?PAGE ? ?PAGE ?4? Chapter 10 Notes Launching the New Ship of State: 1789 - 1800 Evolution of Major Political Parties YEAR Hamiltonians JEFFERSONIANS 1792 Federalists Democratic-Republicans (Republicans) 1816 Death of Federalists Republicans (One party: Era of Good Feelings) 1825 National Republicans Democratic Republicans (Jacksonian Democrats) 1834 Whigs Democrats 1854 Republicans to present to present CABINET: 1. Secretary of State: Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence Opposed new Constitution ? stated in letters Pro-French, anti-British Antifed. -strong central Gov. strict constructionist (interpret the Constitution word for word) 2. Secretary of Treasury: Alexander Hamilton

US History Outline

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Gopika Somasekharan President George W. Bush Outline America was robbed on December 12,2000. On this day, former President George W. Bush was elected the President of the United States. Bush, at the time, was the governor of Texas and ran in accordance to the Republican party. On the other hand, Al Gore, the vice president to former President Clinton, ran in accordance to the Democratic Party. George W. Bush was not a good president because of the way he handled the Bin Laden situation and because of the amount of debt he produced during the time he was elected president. Body Paragraphs George W. Bush cannot be considered a good president due to the way he dealt with the Bin Laden situation.

Slavery FRQ

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Tenny 3 Jackson Tenny Slavery Free Response Essay Slavery was an economic and social system that shaped both the black and white society in the United Sates from its origins in 1619 Jamestown to its abolition by the 13th Amendment in 1865. For two and a half centuries, slavery affected family life, social status, wealth and political power in the South. Men, women and children were affected by the ?peculiar institution? and the economics of ?King Cotton?, especially after the invention of the cotton gin. Life for everyone in the Antebellum (pre-civil war) South totally revolved around slavery.

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