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Dr. Mark Mraz, BS, MA, PhD; email: markmraz@penn.com; 814-781-6860

History 0107 United States History II

This course covers all aspects of American History which enrich our heritage from the recent past.

Beginning in 1865 the course includes America's domestic and foreign posture from the end of the Civil War to

the most recent intervention in Yugoslavia.

REQUIRED TEXTS:( Books can be purchased at the Ed Council Office in town above St. Marys Book Center)

EVALUATION POLICY:

1.) Book report on Matthews Book

2.) 3 exams

3.) 2 quizzes

4.) Class discussion

GRADING EXPECTATIONS:

1. Book Report =====15% 2. Exam I======= 20%

3. Exam II=======20% 4. Exam III====== 20%

5. Class Discussion=5% 6. Quiz I= 10% 7. Quiz II=10%

GRADES:

A+=98%-100%, A=92%-97%, A-=90%-91%, B+=88%-89%, B=82%-87%, B-=80%-81%,

C+=78-79, C=72-77, C-=70-71, D+=68%-69%, D=62%-67, D-=60%-61%, F=59%-Below

COURSE SCHEDULE:

Week Topic Assignment

1/10 Intro/What is History?/American History to 1865 None

1/17 Reconstruction Ch. 18

1/24 New Frontiers and Industrialism Ch. 19,20,21

1/31 Gilded Age and Imperialism Ch. 22,23

2/07 EXAM I/ Discussion of Readings 18-23

2/14 Progressivism and The Great War Ch. 24,25

2/21 1920s QUIZ I (on Ch. 26 & 27) Ch. 26,27

2/28 Depression and New Deal Ch. 28,29

3/07 Spring Break

3/14 World War II Ch. 30

3/21 EXAM II/ Discussion of Readings 24-30

3/28 1950s and 1960s Ch. 31,32,33

4/04 1960s and 1970s QUIZ I (on Ch. 34 & 35) Ch. 34, 35, K&N Book

4/11 1980s Matthews Book Discussion Ch. 36

4/18 1990s Matthews Book Discussion Ch. 37

4/25 EXAM III/ Discussion of Readings 31-37

Reading-Lecture Guide/Dr Mraz/History107/Unit I

Topic: Reconstruction: North and South: Chapter 18 (check Maps: pp. 822,831)

A. Focus

1. The different approaches to reconstruction.

2. Congressional efforts to reshape Southern Society.

3. The role of African-Americans in the early Postwar Years.

4. National Politics in the 1870s

B. People, Places, Events

1. Freedman's Bureau 20. Hiram Revels

2. "Forty acres and a mule" 21. Blanche K. Bruce

3. Proclamation of Amnesty 22. John R. Lynch

and Reconstruction 23. James T Rupia

4. Wade-Davis Bill 24. Black Reconstruction

5. iron clad oath 25. carpetbaggers

6. pocket veto 26. scalawags

7. Lincoln and Booth 27. Tweed Ring

8. Andrew Johnson 28. KKK

9. Radical Republicans 29. Liberal Republicans

10. Black Codes 30. U.S. Grant

11. Charles Sumner 31. "Ohio Idea"

12. Thaddeus Stevens 32. Jay Gould

13. 13th Amendment 33. Credit Mobilier

14. 14th Amendment 34. Whiskey Ring

15. Military Reconstruction 35. Horace Greeley

16. Command of the Army Act 36. Samuel J.Tilden

17. Tenure of Office Act 37. Election of 1876

18. Ex Parte McCardle 38. Wormley Hotel Agreement

19. impeachment 39. Compromise of 1877

Topic: New Frontiers: South and West: Chapter 19 (check Maps: pp. 845,862-863,867)

A. Focus

1. The economic and political policies of the states in the Post-Reconstruction South.

2. Race relations in the new south.

3. The farmers, miners and cowboys frontiers.

4. Late 19th Century Indian policy

B. People, Places, Events

1. Henry W. Grady 16. W.E.B. DuBois

2. New South 17. Great American Desert

3. James Buchanan Duke 18. Booker T. Washington

4. sharecropping 19. Buffalo Soldiers

5. crop lieu system 20. 49ers

6. Bourbon Redeemers 21. Clamity Jane

7. George Peabody 22. Wild Bill Hickock

8. Peabody Fund for Education 23. Indian Peace Commission

9. convict lease system 24. A Century of Dishonor

10. 15th Amendment 25. George A. Custer

11. Mississippi Plan 26. Dawes Severalty Act

12. grandfather clause 27. Homestead Act

13. Jim Crow Laws 28. Chivington Massacre

14. Plessy v Ferguson 29. Billy the Kid

15. Exodusters 30. Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull

Topic: The Rise of Big Business: Chapter 20 (check Maps: pp. 892)

A. Focus

1. The factors that fueled the growth of the Post-Civil War economy.

2. The methods and achievements of the major entrepreneurs.

3. The rise of large labor unions.

B. People, Places, Events

1. transcontinental railroads 15. J. Peirpont Morgan

2. Credit Moblier 16. holding company

3. Jay Gould 17. social mobility

4. Cornelius Vanderbilt 18. Molly Maguires

5. Gustavus Swift 19. industrial union

6. Christopher Sholes 20. craft union

7. Alexander Graham Bell 21. Knights of Labor

8. Thomas Alva Edison 22. Terence V. Powderly

9. George Westinghouse 23. American Federation of Labor

10. John D. Rockefeller 24. Haymarket Affair

11. Sherman Anti-Trust Act 25. anarchism

12. Andrew Carnegie 26. Samuel Gompers

13. Homestead Steel Strike 27. Eugene V. Debs

14. Horatio Alger 28. Pullman Strike

29. Wobblies

Topic: The Emergence of Modern America: Chapter 21 (check Maps: pp. 932,933,984)

A. Focus

1. Immigration and the growth of the modern city.

2. The rise of powerful reform movements

3. The impact of Darwinian thought on the social sciences.

4. The literary and philosophic trends of the late 19th Century.

B. People, Places, Events

1. Henry James 19. Social Darwinism

2. Frederick Jackson Turner 20. William Graham Sumner

3. Louis Sullivan 21. Lester Frank Ward

4. Frederick Law Olmstead 22. "scientific history"

5. "streetcar suburbs" 23. pragmatism

6. George Washington Plunkitt 24. William James

7. dumbell tenements 25. John Dewey

8. "new" immigrants 26. local colorists

9. Jacob Riis 27. Mark Twain

10. Ellis Island 28. naturalism

11. padrones 29. Henry George

12. APA 30. Edward Bellamy

13. William T. Harris 31. Thorstein Veblen

14. Morrill Act 32. Social Gospel

15. Johns Hopkins University 33. Rerum Novarum

16. PhD 34. Settlement House

17. professionalism 35. Jane Addams

18. Charles Darwin 36. Susan B. Anthony

37. Carrie Chapman Catt

38. due process

39. laizzez faire

Topic: Gilded Age Politics and Agrarian Revolt: Chapter 22 (check Maps: pp. 1028)

A. Focus

1. The political development in the Gilded Age.

2. The problems affecting American farmers.

3. The rise of the agrarian revolt and the populists.

4. The significance of the Election of 1896.

B. People. Places, Events

1. The Gilded Age 21. 16:1

2. Stalwarts 22. "free and unlimited coinage of silver"

3. Half-Breeds 23. Patrons of Husbandry

4. "defacto president" 24. Farmer's Alliance

5. Blaine-Allison Act 25. Grange

6. James A. Garfield 26. subtreasury plan

7. Chester A. Arthur 27. Mary Elizabeth Lease

8. Star Route Frauds 28. "Raise less corn and more hell!"

9. Pendelton Civil Service Act 29. "Sockless' Jerry Simpson

10. Mongrel Tariff 30. Populist Party

11. James G. Blaine 31. Ton Watson

12. Mugwumps 32. Jacob S. Coxey

13. Election of 1884 33. American Bimetalist League

14. "Blaine, Blaine, James G. Blaine, the continental liar from the state of Maine!"

15. "Ma, Ma, Where's my Pa? Gone to the White House, Ha, Ha, Ha!"

16. Wasbash Railroad v Illinois 34. Election of 1896

17. ICC 35. William Jennings Bryan

18. Murchison Letter 36. Wizard of Oz

19. Sherman Antitrust Act

20. Greenbacks

Topic: The Course of Empire: Chapter 23 (check Maps: pp. 1049,1051,1054,1064)

A. Focus

1. The circumstances that led to America's "new" imperialism.

2. The causes of the Spanish American War.

3. Theodore Roosevelt's foreign policy in Asia and Latin America.

B. People, Places, Events

1. "Seward's Folly" 16. doctrine of incorporation

2. Queen Liliuokalani 17. Platt Amendment

3. Alfred T. Mahan 18. Open Door Policy

4. John Fiske 19. Boxer Rebellion

5. Josiah Strong 20. Big-Stick Diplomacy

6. Venezeulan Boundary Dispute 21. Bully Pulpit

7. William Randolph Hearst 22. Panama Canal

8. Joseph Pulitzer 23. Roosevelt Corollary

9. Yellow Journalism 24. Treaty of Portsmouth

10. "de Lome Letter" 25. Gentlemen's Agreement

11. Teller Amendment 26. "Great White Fleet

12. Emilo Aguinaldo

13. Rough Riders

14. "Remember the Maine!"

15. White Man's Burden

Reading-Lecture Guide/Dr. Mraz/History 107/Unit II

Topic: Progressivism: Roosevelt, Taft and Wilson: Chapter 24 (check Maps: pp. 1104)

A. Focus

1. The social bases of progressivism.

2. The basic elements of progressive reform.

3. The Presidencies of Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft and Woodrow Wilson.

4. The significance of the Election of 1912.

B. People, Places, Events

1. muckrakers 21. Meat Inspection Act

2. Lincoln Steffens 22. Pure Food and Drug Act

3. Ida M. Trabell 23. Forest Reserve Act

4. Jacob Riis 24. William Howard Taft

5. Henry Demarset Lloyd 25. "dollar diplomacy"

6. initiative 26. Ballinger-Pinchot Controversy

7. referendum 27. "New Nationalism"

8. Frederick W. Taylor 28. "New Freedom"

9. Robert M. La Follette 29. Election of 1912

10. Lochner v New York 30. Woodrow Wilson

11. Triangle fire 31. Underwood-Simmons Tariff

12. Anti-Saloon League 32. Eugene V. Debs

13. Northern Securities Case 33. Glass-Owen Federal Reserve Act

14. anthracite coal strike 34. Federal Trade Commission

15. Swift and Company v U.S. 35. Clayton Antitrust Act

16. 'Stream of commerce doctrine" 36. KKK

17. Elkins Act 37. Louis D. Brandeis

18. Alton B. Parker 38. Keating-Owen Cild Labor Act

19. Hepburn Act 39. Federal Highway Act of 1916

20. Upton Sinclar

Topic: Wilson and the Great War: Chapter 25 (check Maps: pp. 1123, 1144, 1152)

A. Focus

1. Wilson's foreign policy toward Mexico.

2. The causes and early years of the Great War.

3. America's entry and role in the Great War.

4. The aftermath of the Great War

B. People, Places, Events

1. "missionary diplomacy" 17. League of Nations 19. 11th hour, 11th day, 11th month

2. Victoriano Huerta 18. John J. Pershing 20. Big Four

3. "hyphenated Americans" 21. Henry Cabot Lodge

4. Central Powers 22. reparations

5. Luistania 23. Treaty of Verailles

6. Arabic & Sussex Pledges 24. Article X

7. Revenue Act 25. Ireconcibiables

8. "He kept us out of war!" 26. "Shoeless" Joe Jackson

9. Zimmerman Telegram 27. Boston Police Strike

10. War Industries Board 28. A Michell Palmer

11. Committee on Public Information

12. Espionage Act 29. Red Scare

13. Sedition Act

14. Sick Chicken Case

15. "Clear and Present Danger Doctrine"

16. 14 Points

Topic: Modern Temper: Chapter 26

A. Focus

1. The reactionary strains of the 1920s.

2. The social ferment of the 1920s.

3. The influence of modernism in American Culture.

B. People, Places, Events

1. Sacco & Venzetti 16. flapper

2. Madison Grant 17. Middletown

3. KKK 18. Alice Paul

4. William Simmons 19. Harlem Renaissance

5. David C. Stevenson 20 the Great Migration

6. fundamentalism 21. Marcus Garvey

7. "Monkey Trial" 22. NAACP

a. John T. Scopes 23. Albert Einstein

b. William Jennings Bryan

c. Clarence Darrow 24. Theory of Relativity

8. 18th Amendment 25. Werner Heisenberg

9. Marcus Shepard 26. Theory of Uncertainty

10. Al Capone 27. Margaret Mead

11. H. L. Mencken 28. Modernist Movement

12. booboisie 29. Ernest Hemingway

13. F. Scott Fitzgerald

14. Sigmund Freud

Topic: Republican Resurgence and Decline: Chapter 27

A. Focus

1. The conservatism in the presidencies of Harding, Coolidge and Hoover.

2. The growth of the American economy in the 1920s.

3. The causes of the Great Depression.

B. People, Places, Events

1. Normalcy 16. Herbert Hoover

2. Andrew Mellon 17. Bureau of Standards

3. Warren G. Harding 18. marketing cooperative

4. Ohio Gang 19. Farm Bureau Federation

5. Teapot Dome 20. McNary-Haugen scheme

6. Albert W. Fall 21."American Plan"

7. Eugene V. Debs 22. "yellow dog" contract

8. "Silent Cal" 23. Al Smith

9. Robert M. LaFollette 24. "rugged individualism"

10. Charles Chaplin 25. Agricultural Marketing Act

11. Birth of a Nation 26. margin buying

12. The Jazz Singer 27. Oct., 1929

13. Wilbur & Orville Wright 28. Hoovervilles

14. Charles Lindbergh Jr. 29. Reconstruction Finance Corporation

15. Taylorism 30. Federal Home Loan Bank Act

31. Bonus Army

Topic: Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal: Chapter 28 (check Maps: pp. 1236, 1249)

A. Focus

1. The social effects of the Great Depression.

2. Roosevelt's efforts at relief, recovery and reform.

3. The pragmatism of the New Deal.

4. Criticism of the New Deal from both the left and the right.

5. How the New Deal greatly expanded the federal governments authority and responsibilities.

6. The change in cultural direction of the 1930s.

B. People, Places, Events

1. Hooverism 26. Father Charles E. Coughlin

2. "Brain Trust" 27. "sick chicken case" Schechter v United States

3. 20th Amendment 28. Wagner Act

4. 21st Amendment 29. Social Security Act

5. FDR 30. Court Packing Bill

6. The 100 Days 31. WPA

7. SEC 32. Banking Act

8. CCC 33. "Black Cabinet"

9. FERA 34. Groovey v Townsend

10. AAA 35. Powell v Alabama

11. John Steinbeck 36. Norrie v Alabama

12. Okies 37. Lucy Mercer

13. United States v Butler 38. Alfred E. Landon

14. NIRA 39. John L. Lewis

15. PWA 40. CIO

16. NRA 41. Walter Reuther

17. Hugh S. Johnson 42. John Maynard Keynes

18. Blue Eagle 43. "broker state"

19. TVA 44. Richard Wright

20. David E. Liliethal 45. fugitive poets

21. "fireside chats" 46. Thomas Wolfe

22. American Liberty League 47. William Faulkner

23. Huey P. Long 48. Federal Writers Project

24. Long vs Roosevelt 49. Let Us Now Praise Great Men

25. Francis E. Townsend

Topic: From Isolation to Global War: Chapter 29 (check Maps: pp. 1300, 1314)

A. Focus

1. Isolationism and peace movements between the wars.

2. America's response to German aggression in Europe.

3. How events in Asia led to Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor and America's entry into the global war.

B. People, Places, Events

1. Isolationism 18. moral embargo

2. world court 19. "cash and carry"

3. disarmament 20. Ludlow Amendment

4. Washington Armaments Conference 21. blitzkrieg

5. Five Power Treaty 22. America First Committee

6. Kellogg-Briand Pact 23. Committee to Defend America

7. Good Neighbor Policy 24. Wendel Wilkie

8. Manchukuo 25. Lend-Lease

9. Stimson Doctrine 26. Atlantic Charter

10. Benito Mussolini 27. "Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere"

11. Adolf Hitler 28. Tripartite Pact

12. Cordell Hull 29. December 7, 1941

13. Anschluss 14. General Franco 15. Nye Commission 16. Anti-Comintern Pact 17. Neutrality Laws

Topic: The World at War: Chapter 30 (check Maps: pp. 1338,1342-1343,1354-1355)

A. Focus

1. The social and economic effects of World War II.

2. How the Allied forces won the war.

3. Efforts of the Allies to shape the Post-War World.

B. People, Places, Events

1. Pearl Harbor 21. unconditional surrender

2. General MacArthur 22. General Eisenhower

3. Battle of the Coral Sea 23. General Rommel

4. Battaan Death March 24. General Patton

5. Battle of Midway 25. Teheran Conference

6. "wolf pacts" 26. Operation Overlord

7. selective service 27. D-Day

8. War Production Board 28. leapfrogging

9. Vannevar Bush 29. Admiral Nimitz

10. Revenue Act of 1942 30. PT 109

11. Office of Price Administration 31. Battle of Leyte Gulf

12. rationing 32. "nuts"

13. WACS 33. Yalta Conference

14. WAVES 34. Nazi Holocaust

15. Rosie the Riveter 35. Manhattan Project

16. A Philip Randolph 36. Atomic Bomb

17. "Double V" 37. Harry S. Truman

18. War Relocation Camps 38. Enrico Fermi

19. Home Front 39. Paul W. Tibbetts

20. Second Front 40. Robert J. Oppenheimer

41. Potsdam Conference

42. Potsdam Declaration

43. Battleship Missouri

Reading-Lecture Guide/Dr. Mraz/History 107/Unit III

Topic: The Fair Deal and Containment: Chapter 31 (check Maps: pp. 1397,1408,1413)

A. Focus

1. The economic, social and political aftermath of World War II.

2. The origins and early development of the Cold War.

3. Truman's Fair Deal Program.

4. United States involvement in the Korean War.

5. The sources of McCarthyism.

B. People, Places, Events

1. demobilization 21. George F. Kennan

2. "Who the hell is Harry Turman?" 22. Containment

3. Baby-Boom Generation 23. "Iron Curtain Speech"

4. GI Bill of Rights 24. Truman Doctrine

5. inflation 25. George C. Marshall

6. Walter Reuther 26. Marshall Plan

7. John L. Lewis 27. Berlin Blockade

8. Employment Act of 1946 28. NATO

9. Atomic Energy Commission 29. Warsaw Pact

10. "To err is Truman!" 30. Election of 1942

11. Taft-Hartley Act 31. Dixiecrats

12. closed shop 32. Fair Deal

13. "slave-Labor act" 33. Nationalist Chinese

14. National Security Act 34. Mao Tse-Tung

15. CIA 35. Douglas MacArthur

16. Presidential Succession Act 36. Korean War

17. Cold War 37. HUAC

18. United Nations 38. Alger Hiss

19. Nuremberg War Crimes Trials 39. Joseph McCarthy

20. ex post facto 40. McCarran Internal Security Act

Topic: Through the Picture Window: Society and Culture, 1945-1960: Chapter 32

A.Focus

1. The economic prosperity of America in the Post-War period.

2. The culture of the 1950s with its strains of conformity and innovation.

3. America's consumer culture.

B. People, Places, Events

1. Vance Packard 13. inner-directed

2. suburbs 14. other-directed

3. William Levitt 15. Dr. Benjamin Spock

4. "white flight" 16. Death of a Salesman

5. Jackie Robinson 17. Holden Caulfield

6. black migration 18. J.D. Salinger

7. white collar worker 19. Saul Bellow

8. "Cult of Domesticity" 20. Ralph Ellison

9. "In God We Trust" 21. Jackson Pollack

10. Norman Vincent Peale 22. the beats

11. Neoorthodoxy 23. Allan Ginsberg

12. Reinhold Neibuhr 24. Jack Kerouac

Topic: Conflict and Deadlock: The Eisenhower Years: Chapter 33 (check Maps: pp. 1463,1478,1482)

A. Focus

1. Eisenhower's "dynamic conservatism."

2. American foreign policy of the 1950s.

3. The Civil Rights movement in the 1930s.

4. Background to the Vietnam War.

B. People, Places, Events

1. Election of 1952 16. Vo Nyugen Giap

2. Adlai Stevenson 17. Geneva Accords

3. Dwight David Eisenhower 18. MANDOC

4. 'dynamic conservativism" 19. SEATO

5. St. Lawerence Seaway 20. Quemoy and Matsu

6. interstate highways 21. Sweatt v Painter

7. McCarthy Hearings 22. Brown v Board of Education of Topeka

8. Earl Warren 23. Rosa Parks

9. John Foster Dulles 24. Martin Luther King Jr.

10. CIA 25. Little Rock

11. Liberation 26. Suez Canal

12. Brinkmanship 27. Hungarian Revolt

13. Massive Retaliation 28. Sputnik

14. Ho Chi Minh 29. U-2 Incident

15. Dien Bien Phu 30. Fidel Castro

Topic: New Frontiers: Kennedy and Johnson: Chapter 34 (check Maps: pp. 1506, 1538, 1545)

A. Focus

1. The New Frontier and the Great Society.

2. The achievements of the civil rights movement and ensuing splinter movements.

3. America's growing involvement in Vietnam and the rising opposition to it.

4. Kennedy's efforts to combat communism in Cuba.

B. People, Places, Events

1. Election of 1960 26. Jack Ruby

2. Nixon-Kennedy Debates 27. Camelot Mystique

3. LBJ 28. Lyndon B. Johnson

4. The New Frontier 29. The Great Society

5. missle gap 30. "The Johnson Treatment"

6. Robert S. McNamara 31. The Other American

7. Peace Corps 32. VISTA

8. "sit-in" 33. Medicare & Medicaid

9. "militant nonviolence" 34. Election of 1964

10. SNCC 35. Barry M. Goldwater

11. SCLC 36. Hubert Humphrey

12. CORE 37. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

13. "Letter from a Birmingham Jail" 38. "Black Power"

14. March on Washington 39. Watts Riot

15. Gideon v Wainwright 40. SNCC

16. Escobeda v Illinois 41. Malcolm X

17. Miranda v Arizonia 42. Tonkin Gulf Resolution

18. Bay of Pigs Invasion 43. Vietcong

19. Berlin Wall 44. Pentagon Papers

20. Cuban Missle Crisis 45. Tet Offensive

21. Nuclear Test Ban Treaty 46. Eugene McCarthy

22. Ngo Dinh Diem 47. Robert F. Kennedy

23. coup d'etat 48. Miami & the Seige of Chicago

24. November 22, 1963 49. Richard Nixon vs Hubert Humphrey

25. Lee Harvey Oswald 50. Election of 1968

51. Spiro T. Agnew

Topic: Rebellion and Reaction in the 1960s and 1970s: Chapter 35

A. Focus

1. Rebellion and struggles for rights in the 1960s and 1970s.

2. Ending the war in Vietnam.

3. Watergate and Nixon's resignation.

4. The Ford and Carter Administrations.

B. People, Places, Events

1. The New Left 21. Bakke v Regents of California

2. SDS 22. New Federalism

3. Free Speech Movement 23. revenue sharing

4. Mario Savio 24. OPEC

5. participatory democracy 25. Spiro T. Agnew

6. Weathermen 26. Henry Kissinger

7. counter-culture 27. SALT

8. Woodstock 28. George S. McGovern

9. Betty Friedan 29. Watergate

10. NOW 30. "Saturday Night Massacre"

11. Roe v Wade 31. War Powers Act

12. ERA 32. Gerald R. Ford

13. "silent majority" 33. WIN buttons

14. Cesar Chavez 34. Election of 1976

15. American Indian Movement 35. Jimmy Carter

16. Gay Liberation Front 36. stagflation

17. Pentagon Papers 37. Camp David Accords

18. Kent State 38. sunbelt

19. My Lai 39. SALT II

20. Swann v Charlottee-McKlenburg 40. Hostage Crisis

Topic: A New Gilded Age: Chapter 36 (check Maps: pp. 1610,1632)

A. Focus

1. The demographic, social and economic reasons for the rise of Ronald Reagan and Republican

Conservatism.

2. The changing relations with the Soviet Union.

3. The end of the Cold War.

4. Economic and social aspects of the 1980s that gave rise to the phrase "a new gilded age."

5. The cause and aftermath of the Gulf War.

B. People, Places, Events

1. Ronald Reagan 16. Grenada Invasion

2. moral majority 17. Tax Reform Act

3. Reganomics 18. "evil empire"

4. Election of 1980 19. leveraged buyout

5. Laffer Curve 20. "Black Monday"

6. Supply-Side Economics 21. junk bonds

7. trickle-down theory 22. AIDS

8. David Stockman 23. Resolution Trust Corporation

9. revenue enhancements 24. Election of 1988

10. Sleaze Factor 25. George Bush

11. Teflon President 26. Dan Quayle

12. Sandra Day O'Connor 27. Saddam Hussein

13. Sandinistas 28. Desert Storm

14. Contras 29. Norman Schwartzkopf

15. Iran-Contra 30. Cold War ends

Topic: Cultural Politics: Chapter 37

A. Focus

1. The growth of cultural politics.

2. The Democratic resurgence of the early 1990s and the Republican landslide of 1994.

3. The demographic pattern of the 1990 census.

4. The new immigration of the 1980s and 1990s.

5. The Clinton Presidency and the future.

B. People, Places, Events

1. Christian Coalition 16. Ken Starr 30. Election 2000

2. great compression 17. Monica Lewinski

3. Clarence Thomas 18. Tiananmen Square

4. "Read my Lips, No New Taxes!" 19. Somalia

5. H. Ross Perot 20. Newt Gingrich

6. Pat Buchanan 21. affirmative action

7. Family Leave Act 22. ethnic cleansing

8. David Koresh 23. Sunbelt

9. NAFTA 24. Propostition 187

10. William Jeffereson Clinton 25. e pluribus unum

11. "The Comeback Kid" 26. cultural pluralism

12. Janet Reno 27. Saddam Hussein

13. Hillary Rodham Clinton 28. Impeachment Hearings

14. Elections of 1992 & 1996 15. Whitewater 29. Yugoslavia