U.S. History II Final Exam Review

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President John F. Kennedy's Attorney General
Truman's decision that kept half the German capital free
Soviet dictator 1924-53
Federal program that provided financial aid to senior citizens for medical treatment, part of Social Security
Leader of Nationalist China/Taiwan 1940s-75
Leader of Nazi Germany
Federal program that guarantees income to elderly
U.S.-Soviet nuclear disarmament treaty in the 1970s
Communist leader of Cuba for more than 40 years
Bank robber and communist leader of Yugoslavia
Soviet alliance opposed to NATO
Black nationalist leader and Muslim convert
Created post-war foreign aid plan for Western Europe
Roosevelt policy and law that aided allies before U.S. entered war
World body designed to stop third world war
President Kennedy's work program to build peaceful relationships with countries at risk of falling to communism
U.S. ethnic group interned in concentration camps during WWII
Perjorative term for someone who wants to shut off relations with foreign nations or stop foreign wars
Tax paid for voting
Civil Rights lawyer, first African-American Supreme Court justice
Bloody Pacific Island battle near the end of World War II
Mr. Republican, senator opposed to NATO treaty and New Deal
Treaty ending WWI, unjustice of it guarantees WWII
Communist leader of China, Guinness Book of Records Mass Murderer
Term for U.S.-Soviet Tensions after WWII
Convicted of perjury
Organized industrial production for U.S. during WWII
Bloody Pacific battle in 1942
General who commanded at Vietnam
President who succeeded John F. Kennedy
Term for killling of 6 million Jews (and 5 m. others) by Nazis
Resigned Presidency after Watergate
Gave African-Americans equality under Constitution
1937 law Congress passed to keep U.S. out of European wars
Said 'separate but equal' was okay
What the Soviets signed with the Nazis, 1939
Major aircraft carrier battle in Pacific 1942
Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1953-69
Civil Rights leader who wrote from a Birmingham jail
Said 'separate but equal' was not okay

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