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United States History 1912-Present Interactive Flashcards Book (Flash Card Books)

United States History 1912-Present Interactive Flashcards Book (Flash Card Books)

Language: English

Pages: 448

ISBN: B00B2S6FU8

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


REA’s Interactive Flashcard books represent a novel approach which combines the merits of flash cards with the ease of using a book. One side of each page includes questions to be answered, with space for writing in one’s answers — a feature not usually found on flash cards. The flip side of the same page contains the correct answers, much as flash cards do. United States History 1912-Present is fully indexed making it easy to locate topics for study. Thanks to the book form, there is no need to look for and fish out appropriate questions from a box and put them back in the proper order, and there is no need to carry around a box of 1,000 flash cards. The book is easier to take along and carry.

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was the leader of the National Union for Social Justice? Q447 What did the National Youth Administration do? Correct Answers A445 Senator Huey Long of Louisiana A446 Father Charles E. Coughlin A447 It provided part-time jobs for high school and college students to enable them to stay in school and to help young adults not in school to find jobs. Questions Q448 What was the aim of the Resettlement Administration (RA)? When was it created? Q449 What was the Wheeler-Rayburn Act of

Business Trends in 1920 Cause of 1982 recession Coal Workers Strike 1919 resolution of Consumer interest and demand 1920s Corporate Merger Phenomenon Decline of business loans 1920s Economic Slump of early 1970s Effect of Communist Revolution on Effect of Consumer Products Effects of postwar inflation Effects of Race Riots 1919 causes of demographics Effect of Urbanization Federal Budget Deficit 1976 Federal Budget Deficit 1983 Financial Market scandal 1980s Lambert, Drexel

He was Catholic and against prohibition. A68 Five Power Pact – ended new construction of capital naval vessels Nine Power Pact – upheld the open door in China Four Power Pact – bound the United States, Great Britain, Japan, and France to respect each other’s possessions in the Pacific A69 The Dawes Plan helped Germany, which was bankrupt, pay reparations to the Allies by having American banks make loans of $2.5 billion to Germany by 1930. Questions Q70 What was the Kellogg-Briand Pact?

1940? Q129 What was the American Neutrality Patrol? Correct Answers A127 Approved in September of 1940, the act created the nation’s first peacetime draft. A128 Since Roosevelt was being nominated for a third term, it broke with a tradition that had existed since the time of Washington that presidents would only serve two terms. A129 Begun in April of 1941, the American navy would search out but not attack German submarines in the western half of the Atlantic, and warn British vessels of

Q169 Who headed the Allied Control Council which governed Japan after the war? Q170 When did the Communists take over China? Who was the leader of the Communist forces? Q171 Why did President Truman remove General McArthur from his command during the Korean War? Correct Answers A169 General Douglas McArthur A170 1949 Mao Tse-tung A171 Because McArthur criticized the president for fighting a limited war. McArthur called for a naval blockade of China and bombing north of the Yalu River.

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