US History

  1. 4. A statement issued in August 1941 that set out American and British goals for the world after World War II.
  2. 6. A policy of remaining apart from the affairs in other groups
  3. 7. An agency that supervised war production during World War II.
  4. 9. Public Works Administration was a large-scale public work construction agency
  5. 10. The Judicial Procedures Reform Bill of 1937 was an initiative proposed by President Roosevelt.
  6. 12. Was a soviet political leader who governed the soviet union
  7. 18. One of President Roosevelt's New Deal programs to help fight the devastating economic effects.
  8. 20. A series of programs that pitted American servicemen against young latino Mexican-American residents
  9. 22. A political theory where all property is publicly owned and each person works and is paid according to their abilities and needs
  10. 24. Borrowing money from a broker in order to purchase stock
  11. 27. A system of wholesale trading whereby goods are paid for in full at the time of purchase.
  12. 29. The act required all men in the U.S. between 21 and 30 to register for military service
  13. 31. A code name for the making of the atomic bomb
  14. 35. The Women's Army Corps was the women's branch of the U.S. military
  15. 36. To make changes to something
  16. 39. The purchase of an asset with the hope that it will become more valuable in the future
  17. 40. Assistance that can be given by others or themselves
  18. 41. Any government system that provides monetary assistance to people with a low income
  19. 43. Is an act to promote the Defense of the United States
  20. 44. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is an agency that deposits insurance.
  21. 45. The ability for a customer to obtain goods or services before payment.
  1. 1. The controlled distribution of scarce resources, food, and supplies
  2. 2. Debt securities issued by the government to finance military operations during the war
  3. 3. A system of government that is centralized and requires complete subservience to the state
  4. 5. An area of land where vegetation has been lost and the soil has reduced to dust
  5. 8. An American labor unionist and civil rights activist
  6. 9. Government assistance in maintaining the market prices regardless of supply and demand.
  7. 11. A treaty between two or more states/countries that include a promise not to engage in military action against each other
  8. 13. Is a form of far-right, authoritarian ultranationalism characterized by dictatorial power
  9. 14. The time one needs to recover something bad happening in their life
  10. 15. A law enacted by the 74th United States Congress and signed into law by President Roosevelt
  11. 16. A priest who founded the National Shrine of the Little Flower
  12. 17. Was an Italian politician who founded the fascist party
  13. 19. A lawyer who was the 40th governor of Louisiana and a member of the United States Senate
  14. 21. Is when the government's spending exceeds its revenue
  15. 23. A policy created that made Japanese people go into isolation camps
  16. 25. Acts that made transporting and selling arms illegal for Americans
  17. 26. She was a cultural icon made to represent women who worked in factories during World War II
  18. 28. Is cash payments who went to those in immediate and desperate need
  19. 30. A law that implemented protectionist trade policies in the United States
  20. 32. Is an order for all banks to close until government audits declare them solvent
  21. 33. A speech given by President Roosevelt calling for an international quarantine.
  22. 34. Share prices on the New York Stock Exchange completely collapsed, becoming a pivotal factor in the start of the Great Depression
  23. 37. A series of radio broadcasts given by President Roosevelt to help and talk about recovering from the Great Depression
  24. 38. The action of appeasing
  25. 42. Tennessee Valley Authority is an organization that gives jobs and electricity to rural Tennessee River valley