Final Exam Page
This page is designed to be a quick resource guide to the First Semester Final Exam.
This should be considered a supplement to review sessions, not a replacement for them.
Powers (what do you have? Bill of Rights ) - Powers (What do they have? Exec., Jud., and Leg.)
Hamilton and Jefferson (how do they compare...or contrast?)
Marbury v. Madison - significance?
Making of the Constitution (2 compromises) large vs. small, slave vs. free know them.
Why the first document (the Articles) failed...
Repression can be a law, a tax or an idea (i.e. Manifest Destiny)
Resistance - can be active or passive, a person or an event (i.e. Harpers Ferry)
Reform can be a law, or an act (i.e. Freedmens Bureau)
Key Words assimilation
Concepts Land Ordinance of 1785, Louisiana Purchase
Events Plessy v. Fergeson
Innovations Barbed wire, Bessemer Process, Airplane, Mail-order catalog, Reaper, Plow, Cotton Gin, Kodak Camera, Revolver, Steamboat, Sewing machine.
Geography of Innovation Demands, Needs and Abilities of North, South and West
Effects of Innovation population, industrialization, transportation
Growth of Chicago Geography, immigrants (2 phases), railroad expansion
Disaster (Fire) and Recovery (Colombian Exposition)
Labor and Strife key people (labor leaders) and events (strikes/protests)
Economic systems (Capitolism, Communism and Socialism)
The Robber Barons
Origins of reform
Aims of Progressivism (4 of em)
Role of: scientific management, the media (newspapers, authors and photographers), the middle class, reform politicians, women, monopolies, World War I
Roosevelt, Taft and Wilson
Imperialism and WWI (27?s)
Relate it to: Manifest Destiny, Spanish-American War, Hawaii, yellow journalism, yellow fever, Roosevelts Corollary, the foreign policy objectives of Roosevelt, Taft and Wilson.
Causes (Europe), just the MAIN ones, you know - Causes (U.S. Involvement); 3 of them
Norris and Wilson
Weapons of war The submarine, poison gas, machine gun, trenches
Effects of the war on Free Speech (Schenck)
The Big Four
14 Points vs. Treaty of Versailles