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GI Bill of Rights
a) War crimes trials of high ranking Nazi officials in Nuremberg, Germany b) This offered WWII veterans education benefits and loans for houses, farms, and businesses c) Law that required suspected communist organizations to register with the federal government d) Method of making vicious accusations without offering proof; named after Senator McCarthy
McCarthyism
a) Televised hearings in the 1950s of the U.S. Senate’s investigations about Communists in the militar b) Members of States Rights party; made of southern democrats upset with Trumans civil rights support c) Method of making vicious accusations without offering proof; named after Senator McCarthy d) International organization chartered in 1945 to promote world peace and resolve conflicts between
Internal Security Act
a) Law that required suspected communist organizations to register with the federal government b) Union of coal mine workers that went on strike in 1946 c) Series of reform programs proposed by President Harry S. Truman d) Congressional committee created in 1938 to investigate U.S. citizens accused of communist activit
Yalta Conference
a) Meeting with the U.S., British, and Soviet leaders to divide Germany inot 4 zones of occupation. b) War crimes trials of high ranking Nazi officials held in Nuremburg, Germany, by the Military Tribuna c) Meeting with U.S., British, and Soviet leaders to plan for the postwar world. d) Refusing to hire a person; common action toward suspected Communists during 1950s
House Un-American Activities Committee
a) Meeting with U.S., British, and Soviet leaders to plan for the postwar world. b) Congressional committee created in 1938 to investigate U.S. citizens accused of communist activities. c) Meeting with the U.S., British, and Soviet leaders to divide Germany into 4 zones of occupation. d) Refusing to hire a person; common action toward suspected Communists during 1950s
Dixiecrats
a) Union of coal mine workers that went on strike in 1946. b) Series of reform programs proposed by President Harry S. Truman c) Method of making vicious accusations without offering proof; named after Senator McCarthy d) Members of States Rights party; made of southern democrats upset with Trumans civil rights suppo
Nuremburg Trials
a) War crimes trials of high ranking Nazi officials held in Nuremburg, Germany, by the Military Tribunal b) Members of States Rights party; made of southern democrats upset with Trumans civil rights support c) This offered World War II veterans education benefits and loans for houses, farms, and businesses. d) Meeting with the U.S., British, and Soviet leaders to divide Germany into 4 zones of occupation.
United Mine Workers
a) Union of coal mine workers that went on strike in 1946. b) International organization chartered in 1945 to promote world peace and resolve conflicts between nations. c) This offered World War II veterans education benefits and loans for houses, farms, and businesses. d) Congressional committee created in 1938 to investigate U.S. citizens accused of communist activities.
Army-McCarthy Hearings
a) Law that required suspected communist organizations to register with the federal government b) Refusing to hire a person; common action toward suspected Communists during 1950’s c) Televised hearings in the 1950s of the U.S. Senate’s investigations into Senator Joseph McCarthy’s charges that Communist d) Law that gave fed. govt. greater authority to end strikes, required union leaders to swear an oath they were non-communist
Fair Deal
a) Televised hearings in the 1950’s of the U.S. Senate’s investigations about Communists in the military b) Series of reform programs proposed by President Harry S. Truman c) This offered WWII veterans education benefits and loans for houses, farms, and businesses d) Method of making vicious accusations without offering proof; named after Senator McCarthy
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