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Social Issues, 1865-1920s 12%
The Industrial Age, 1870s-1920s 13%
U.S. in International Affairs, 1890-1920 10%
Economic Boom & Bust, 1920s & 1930s 19%
World War II Era, 1933-1946 7%
Cold War Issues, 1945-1975 12%
Domestic Issues, 1945-1975 13%
U.S. Foreign & Domestic Policies, 1977 to 2001 9%
Contemporary Challenges, 2002 to Present 3%
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  • Vocabulary Terms 534
  • Performance Tasks 158
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Test Standards

Social Issues, 1865-1920s
1. (USH.1.1)  Post Civil-War Legal Issues
2. (USH.1.2.A)  Juneteenth
3. (USH.1.2.B)  Amendments 13-15
4. (USH.1.2.C)  Resistance to Racial Equality
5. (USH.1.3.A)  Late-19th Century Immigration
6. (USH.1.3.B)  Chinese Exclusion
7. (USH.1.3.C)  Native Americans and the Federal Government
8. (USH.1.3.D)  Native American Resistance
The Industrial Age, 1870s-1920s
1. (USH.2.1.A)  The Robber Barrons
2. (USH.2.1.B)  Industrial Innovation
3. (USH.2.1.C)  The Muckrakers
4. (USH.2.1.D)  Social Reform
5. (USH.2.1.E)  The Labor Movement
6. (USH.2.1.F)  Changing Race Relations
7. (USH.2.1.G)  Early Civil Rights Leaders
8. (USH.2.2.A-C)  The Progressive Movement
9. (USH.2.3.A-C)  The Progressive Presidents
U.S. in International Affairs, 1890-1920
1. (USH.3.1.A)  Imperialist Thought
2. (USH.3.1.B)  Yellow Journalism
3. (USH.3.1.C)  The Spanish American War
4. (USH.3.1.D)  Early-20th Century Diplomacy
5. (USH.3.2.A)  WWI: A Fragile Neutrality
6. (USH.3.2.B&C)  WWI: The Homefront
7. (USH.3.2.B&D)  Wilson's Foreign Policy
Economic Boom & Bust, 1920s & 1930s
1. (USH.4.1.A)  1920s Culture
2. (USH.4.1.B)  Rising Racial Tensions
3. (USH.4.1.C)  Indian Citizenship Act of 1924
4. (USH.4.1.D)  Growing Labor Unrest
5. (USH.4.1.E)  A Booming Economy
6. (USH.4.2.A)  Growing Economic Problems
7. (USH.4.2.B)  The Stock Market Crashes
8. (USH.4.2.C)  Hoover Reacts
9. (USH.4.2.D)  The Great Depression
10. (USH.4.3.A)  FDR Becomes President
11. (USH.4.3.B)  The New Deal
12. (USH.4.3.C)  The Dust Bowl
World War II Era, 1933-1946
1. (USH.5.1.A)  1930s: Appeasement & Isolation
2. (USH.5.1.B)  Four Freedoms
3. (USH.5.1.B)  WWII: The U.S. Enters
4. (USH.5.2)  WWII: Key People and Events
5. (USH.5.3)  The Holocaust
Cold War Issues, 1945-1975
1. (USH.6.1.A)  Early Cold War Tensions
2. (USH.6.1.B)  Cold War Alliances
3. (USH.6.1.C)  The Truman Doctrine
4. (USH.6.1.D)  JFK's Foreign Policy
5. (USH.6.2.A)  The Second Red Scare
6. (USH.6.2.B)  The Nuclear Arsenal
7. (USH.6.3)  The Vietnam War
8. (USH.6.4)  Nixon's Foreign Policy
Domestic Issues, 1945-1975
1. (USH.7.1.A)  Truman and Desegregation
2. (USH.7.1.B)  The Civil Rights Movement, 1954-1968
3. (USH.7.1.C)  The Civil Rights Movement, Leaders & Organizations
4. (USH.7.2.A)  Incorporating the Bill of Rights
5. (USH.7.2.B)  LBJ's
6. (USH.7.2.D)  More Civil Rights Movements
7. (USH.7.2.C)  The Modern Native American Movement
8. (USH.7.2.E)  Post-WWII Women's Movement
9. (USH.7.2.F)  Nixon & Watergate
U.S. Foreign & Domestic Policies, 1977 to 2001
1. (USH.8.1)  Carter's Foreign Policy
2. (USH.8.2)  The Reagan Years
3. (USH.8.3)  Ending the Cold War
4. (USH.8.4)  G.H.W. Bush's Foreign Policy
5. (USH.8.5.A&B)  The Clinton Years
6. (USH.8.6)  Terrorism, 1995 and Beyond
Contemporary Challenges, 2002 to Present
1. (USH.9.1)  George W. Bush
2. (USH.9.2 )  Barrack Obama
3. (USH.9.3)  Donald Trump