Democracy cannot succeed unless those who express their choice are prepared to choose wisely. The real safeguard of democracy, therefore, is education.

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Essential Questions


Identifications


**Bold words are specifically mentioned in the AP US History Course Description and can be referenced directly on the AP Exam.

  1. 18th Amendment
  2. 19th Amendment
  3. Phillip Randolph
  4. Allies / triple Entete
  5. Alphabet Soup Agencies
  6. America First Committee
  7. American Expeditionary Force
  8. Arsenal of Democracy
  9. Asian Americans
  10. Atlantic Charter
  11. Atomic Bomb
  12. Axis Powers
  13. Battle of Britain
  14. Big Four
  15. Big Stick Diplomacy
  16. Black Thursday
  17. Black Tuesday
  18. Bolshevik Revolution
  19. Bonus Army
  20. Bootleggers
  21. Brain Trust
  22. Central Powers Triple Alliance
  23. Charles Coughlin
  24. Committee on Public Information
  25. Consumer Culture
  26. Dawes Plan
  27. D-Day
  1. Dollar Diplomacy
  2. Double V Campaign
  3. Dust Bowl
  4. Franklin / Eleanor Roosevelt
  5. Espionage Act
  6. Eugenics
  7. Fair Employment Practices Commission
  8. Fascism
  9. Fireside Chats
  10. First 100 Days
  11. Five Powers Treaty
  12. Flappers
  13. Four Freedoms
  14. Fourteen Points
  15. Gentlemen’s Agreement
  16. GI Bill of Rights
  17. Great Depression
  18. Great Migration
  19. Great White Fleet
  20. Harlem Renaissance
  21. Hawley-Smoot Tariff
  22. Holocaust
  23. Hoovervilles
  24. Immigration Quotas
  25. Imperialists (Anti-Imperialists)
  26. Island Hopping
  27. Isolationism
  1. Japanese Internment
  2. Kellogg-Briand Pact
  3. Korematsu v. United States
  4. League of Nations
  5. Lend-Lease Act
  6. Manhattan Project
  7. Marcus Garvey / UNIA
  8. Margin Buying
  9. Military-Industrial Complex
  10. National Origins Act
  11. National War Labor Board
  12. Nativism
  13. Nazism
  14. Neutrality Acts (1935, 1937)
  15. New Deal
  16. Nonaggression Pact
  17. Okie
  18. Operation Overlord
  19. Panama Canal
  20. Pearl Harbor
  21. Prohibition
  22. Red Scare
  23. Religious Fundamentalism
  24. Rise of the Ku Klux Klan
  25. Foosevelt Corollary
  26. Sacco and Vanzetti
  27. Schneck v. United States
  1. Scopes Monkey Trial
  2. Scottsboro Case
  3. Second New Deal
  4. Sedition Act
  5. Selective Service System
  6. Spanish-American War
  7. Speakeasies
  8. Talkies
  9. Tehran Conference
  10. The Brain Trust
  11. The Constitution Follows the Flag
  12. The Jazz Singer
  13. Totalitarianism
  14. Treaty of Versailles
  15. Tri-Partite Pact
  16. S. Imperialism
  17. United Nations
  18. V-E Day/V-J Day
  19. Victory Gardens/Rationing
  20. War Industries Board
  21. Washington Conference
  22. Woman’s Suffrage
  23. World War I
  24. World War II
  25. Yalta Conference
  26. Zimmerman Note
  27. Zoot Suit Riots
Topics

Expansion, Spanish, and WWI

The Roaring 20s

The Great Depression

World War II

Unit Review