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  1. AP Exam Review Game

  2. Question #1 • The acts put mercantilism into practice. Colonial products that could be shipped only to England were listed • The acts were designed to subordinate the colonial economy to that of the mother country

  3. #1: Navigation Acts, 1651 • The acts put mercantilism into practice. Colonial products that could be shipped only to England were listed • The acts were designed to subordinate the colonial economy to that of the mother country

  4. Question #2 • This act was the first law passed by Parliament to raise revenue for the British Crown • The act was designed to tighten enforcement of English customs laws in America • Following bitter protests from the colonists, British officials lowered the duties

  5. #2: Sugar Acts, 1764 • This act was the first law passed by Parliament to raise revenue for the British Crown • The act was designed to tighten enforcement of English customs laws in America • Following bitter protests from the colonists, British officials lowered the duties

  6. Question #3 • The primary purpose was to raise revenue to support British troops stationed in America • Raised the issue of whether or not Parliament has the right to tax the colonies without their consent • Act was repealed because colonial boycotts of English goods were hurting British merchants

  7. #3: Stamp Act, 1765 • The primary purpose was to raise revenue to support British troops stationed in America • Raised the issue of whether or not Parliament has the right to tax the colonies without their consent • Act was repealed because colonial boycotts of English goods were hurting British merchants

  8. Question #4 • Acts were the British response to the Boston Tea Party. Parliament closed the port of Boston and drastically reduced the power of self-government in the Massachusetts colony • The act also provided for the quartering of troops in the colonists barns and empty houses

  9. #4: Coercive Acts 1774aka Intolerable Acts • Acts were the British response to the Boston Tea Party. Parliament closed the port of Boston and drastically reduced the power of self-government in the Massachusetts colony • The act also provided for the quartering of troops in the colonists barns and empty houses

  10. Question #5 • Act repealed the Missouri Compromise of 1820, thus heightening the sectional crisis. It applied the principle of popular sovereignty to the territories. • It permitted the expansion of slavery beyond the Southern Statesand also sparked the formation of the Republican Party

  11. #5: Kansas Nebraska Act, 1854 • Act repealed the Missouri Compromise of 1820, thus heightening the sectional crisis. It applied the principle of popular sovereignty to the territories. • It permitted the expansion of slavery beyond the Southern Statesand also sparked the formation of the Republican Party • Led to Bleeding Kansas

  12. #6 • Act permitted any citizen or prospective citizen to claim 160 acres of public land and to purchase it for a small fee after living on it for five years • It played a role in encouraging the settlement of the Western frontier

  13. #6: Homestead Act, 1862 • Act permitted any citizen or prospective citizen to claim 160 acres of public land and to purchase it for a small fee after living on it for five years • It played a role in encouraging the settlement of the Western frontier

  14. #7 • Was the first law to exclude a group of America because of ethnic background. It prohibited the immigration of Chinese to America while also strongly supporting the working class Americans and reflecting the anti-immigration sentiment in California

  15. #7: Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 • Was the first law to exclude a group of America because of ethnic background. It prohibited the immigration of Chinese to America while also strongly supporting the working class Americans and reflecting the anti-immigration sentiment in California

  16. #8 • Acts divided Native American tribal lands into individual holdings • Purpose was to assimilate American Indians into the mainstream of American Culture • Reflected the forced-civilization views of the reformers, the act dissolved many tribes as legal entities, wiped out tribal ownership of land, and set up individual Indian family heads with 160 acres

  17. #8: Dawes General Allotment Act, 1887 • Acts divided Native American tribal lands into individual holdings • Purpose was to assimilate American Indians into the mainstream of American Culture • Reflected the forced-civilization views of the reformers, the act dissolved many tribes as legal entities, wiped out tribal ownership of land, and set up individual Indian family heads with 160 acres

  18. #9 • Forbade unreasonable combinations or contracts in restraint of trade. Had little immediate impact on the regulation of large corporations. • During the last decade of the nineteenth century & first decade of 20th century, the primary use of the act was to curb labor unions

  19. #9: Sherman Anti-trust Act, 1890 • Forbade unreasonable combinations or contracts in restraint of trade. Had little immediate impact on the regulation of large corporations. • During the last decade of the nineteenth century & first decade of the 20th century, the primary use of the act was to curb labor unions

  20. #10 • Act was an example of Progressive Era legislation. It prompted the public outrage unleashed by the publication of Upton Sinclair’s novel The Jungle

  21. #10: Pure Food and Drug Act, 1906and/or Meat Inspection Act • Act was an example of Progressive Era legislation. It prompted the public outrage unleashed by the publication of Upton Sinclair’s novel The Jungle

  22. #11 • The act created Federal Reserve Board appointed by the President. It established a national system of 12 district banks, coordinated by the central board • The Federal Reserve System made currency and credit more elastic

  23. #11: Federal Reserve Act of 1913 • The act created Federal Reserve Board appointed by the President. It established a national system of 12 district banks, coordinated by the central board • The Federal Reserve System made currency and credit more elastic

  24. #12 • Primary purpose was to restrict the flow of newcomers from Southern and Eastern Europe, while it also established discriminated against Southern and Eastern Europeans. • This act was the primary reason for the decrease in the numbers of Europeans immigrating to the United States in the 1920’s

  25. #12: National Origins Actaka Immigration Act of 1924 • Primary purpose was to restrict the flow of newcomers from Southern and Eastern Europe, while it also established discriminated against Southern and Eastern Europeans. • This act was the primary reason for the decrease in the numbers of Europeans immigrating to the United States in the 1920’s

  26. #13 • The act sought to combat the Great Depression by fostering government-business cooperation. The act allowed businesses to regulate themselves through codes of fair competition. • Eventually declared unconstitutional

  27. #13: National Industrial Recovery Act, 1933 • The act sought to combat the Great Depression by fostering government-business cooperation. The act allowed businesses to regulate themselves through codes of fair competition. • Eventually declared unconstitutional

  28. #14 • Acts were expressions of a commitment to isolationism before the start of WWII. • During the 1930’s, isolationists drew support for their position from Washington’s Farewell Address

  29. #14: Neutrality Acts. 1930’s • Acts were expressions of a commitment to isolationism before the start of WWII. • During the 1930’s, isolationists drew support for their position from Washington’s Farewell Address

  30. #15 • This act was part of the New Deal program of reforms. It also created a federal pension system funded by taxes on a worker’s wages and by an equivalent contributed by employers • The aging of America since the 1970’s is widely seen as threatening the long-term solvency of the system

  31. #15: Social Security Act, 1935 • This act was part of the New Deal program of reforms. It also created a federal pension system funded by taxes on a worker’s wages and by an equivalent contributed by employers • The aging of America since the 1970’s is widely seen as threatening the long-term solvency of the system

  32. Rule Change! • Now wager before the question!

  33. #16 • Act was know as the Magna Carta of Labor because it ensured workers the right to organize and bargain collectively. • It led to a rapid rise in labor union membership

  34. #16: Wagner Act aka National Labor Relations Act, 1935 • Act was know as the Magna Carta of Labor because it ensured workers the right to organize and bargain collectively. • It led to a rapid rise in labor union membership

  35. #17 • Purpose of the act was to provide military supplies to the Allies. The act was used primarily to help Great Britain and the Soviet Union resist Nazi Germany

  36. #17: Lend-Lease Act, 1941 • Purpose of the act was to provide military supplies to the Allies. The act was used primarily to help Great Britain and the Soviet Union resist Nazi Germany

  37. #18 • Primary purpose was to curb the power of labor unions. Supports of this act believed that unions were abusing their powers and that widespread strikes would endanger national defense industries. Organized labor opposed this act

  38. #18: Taft-Hartley Act, 1947 • Primary purpose was to curb the power of labor unions. Supports of this act believed that unions were abusing their powers and that widespread strikes would endanger national defense industries. Organized labor opposed this act

  39. #19 • Act created the Interstate Highway System and played a key role in promoting suburban growth (in the 1950s)

  40. #19: Federal Highway Act of 1956 • Act created the Interstate Highway System and played a key role in promoting suburban growth

  41. #20 • This act severely restricted immigration into the U.S. It also abolished the national-origins quota system

  42. #20: United States Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 • This act severely restricted immigration into the U.S. It also abolished the national-origins quota system