History 2020 Chp.16-19 (2)

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History 2020 Chp.16-19 (2)
2014-09-26 23:18:28
UofM History
History 2020
Chp.16-19 test
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  1. 1886; Ordered San Fransico to admit Chinese students to public schools
    Tape v. Hurley
  2. 17th Amendment
    Progressive reform that required U.S senators to be elected directly by voters; previously, senators were chosen by state legislatures (1913)
  3. 16 Amendment
    Legalized the federal income tax (1913)
  4. Citizenship to children of Chinese immigrants born in the U.S (1989)
    U.S. v. Wong Kim Ark
  5. a federal act passed by theUnited States Congress on March 3, 1873, as the Act for the "Suppression of Trade in, and Circulation of, Obscene Literature and Articles of Immoral Use". The Act made it illegal to use the U.S. Postal Service to send any of the following things:erotica, contraceptives, abortifacients, sex toys
    Comstock Laws
  6. Trapped at the bottom of a stagnant economy, some blacks sought a way out through emigration from the South. In 1879 and 1880, an estimated 40,000 to 60,000 African Americans migrated to Kansas, seeking political equality, freedom from violence, access to education, and economic opportunity.
  7. Platform of the Progressive Party and slogan of former presidential Theodore Roosevelt in the presidential campaign of 1912; stressed government activism, including regulation of trusts, conversation, and recall of state court decisions that had nullified progressive program;embraced social injustice, workers compensation, minimum wages and maximum hours, child labor laws and equal suffrage
    New Nationalism
  8. From the German foreign secretary to the German minister in Mexico, February 1917, instructing him to offer Mexico if it would fight the United States to divert attention from Germany in the event that the United States joined the war. (Plot to draw Mexico into war)
    Zimmermann Telegram
  9. President Woodrow Wilson's 1918 plan for peace after World War 1; at the Versailles peace conference, however, he failed to incorporate all of the points into the treaty.
    Fourteen Points
  10. 3 points are fulfilled in the fourteen points. (13,7,8) Most important?
    Establishment of an independent Poland
  11. President of National American Woman Suffrage Association; suggested, extending the vote to native born white women would help to counteract the growing power of the "ignorant foreign vote" in the North and the dangerous potential for a second Reconstruction in the South.
    Carrie Chapman Catt