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Potsdam Conference
a) International organization to promote world peace and resolve conflicts between nations b) Members of States Rights Party; they were upset by Truman's support of civil rights c) Meeting with the U.S., British, and Soviet leader when they divided Germany into four zones. d) Meeting with the U.S., British, and Soviet leaders where they planned for the postwar world
United Nations
a) International organization to promote world peace and resolve conflicts between nations b) Congressional committee created to investigate U.S. citizens accused of communist activity. c) Series of reform programs proposed by President Harry S. Truman. d) Union of coal mine workers that went on strike in 1946.
Taft-Hartly Act
a) Law that required suspected communist organizations to register with the federal government b) Congressional committee created to investigate U.S. citizens accused of communist activity c) International organization to promote world peace and resolve conflicts between nations d) Law that gave federal govt. greater authority to end strikes, required union leaders to swear oath
Internal Security Act
a) Law that required suspected communist organization to register with federal government 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) This offered World War II veterans education benefits and loans for houses, farms, and businesses
House Un-American Activities Committee
a) Congressional committee formed to investigate U.S. citizens accused of communist activities. 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) Televised hearings of U.S. Senate's investigations into Communists in the military
Dixiecrats
a) Members of States Rights Party, Southern Democrats, disliked Trumans support of civil rights b) International organization started to promote world peace and resolve conflicts between nations c) Union of coal mine workers that went on strike in 1946 d) This offered WWII veterans education benefits, and loans for houses, farms, and businesses.
McCarthyism
a) Meeting with the U.S., British, and Soviet leader when they divided Germany into four zones. b) International organization to promote world peace and resolve conflicts between nations c) Method of making vicious accusations without offering proof; named after Senator McCarthy d) Series of reform programs proposed by President Harry S. Truman.
Army-McCarthy Hearings
a) Series of reform programs proposed by President Harry S. Truman. b) Method of making vicious accusations without offering proof; named after Senator McCarthy c) Congressional committee formed to investigate U.S. citizens accused of communist activities. d) Televised hearings of U.S. Senates investigations into Communists in the military
Blacklisting
a) Law that required suspected communist organizations to register with the federal government b) Refusing to hire a person; common action toward suspected communists in 1950s c) Congressional committee created to investigate U.S. citizens accused of communist activities d) Law that gave fed. govt. greater authority to end strikes, required union leaders to swear an oath t
Yalta Conference
a) Refusing to hire a person; common action toward suspected Communists during 1950’s b) Law giving federal govt. authority to end strikes, and required union leaders to swear an oath stati c) This offered WWII veterans education benefits and loans for houses, farms, and businesses d) Meeting of U.S., British, and Soviet leaders to plan for the postwar world.
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