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American April 2.doc


Department
History
Course Code
HIS 2301E
Professor
Graham Broad

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American April 2
(Exam 29th 2pm)
List of identifiers (five marks each but five points does not equal five marks)
(P&F important for essay question)
(open for declaration of independence just know it)
(Jefferson will come up on exam?)
New Deal/ New Deal coalition
Gettysburg address
McCarthyism
Columbian Exchange (biological collision between old world and new)
Frontier Thesis
Lend Lease Act
Great Society
Social Darwinism
Bill of Rights (1,2,4,5,6,8, {13, 14,15})
Manifest Destiny
Progressivism
Emancipation Proclamation
Reconstruction Amendments 13,14,15
Wilsonian idealism
Missouri Compromise
Intolerable Acts (stamp act, Quebec act, etc)
Louisiana Purchase
Common Sense (Thomas pain liberal views)
Civil Rights Act/Voting Rights Act
Conservative “coalition”
(oxford companion to American history DO NOT go to wiki)
(11:30 Monday 20th EXAM REVIEW)
(11:30 Monday 27th EXAM REVIEW)
Part 2:
Document about struggle for freedom in America
you have to respond to it
Examples: Gettysburg address, Speech by Martin Luther King, Passage at the base of the
Jefferson memorial
Best answers go beyond the document itself. Identify the context of the passage BUT then
talk about the general application to American history. Hint downtown ny
Essay
Three extra sheets need to be included
(NO annotated bibliography!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)
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