Term Paper Resource Guide to Twentieth-Century United States History

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Index

a
ABC Powers, 39 , 40
Abortion, 228 , 264–65 , 276
Acid rain, 246
Addams, Jane, 25
Afghanistan, 256
African Americans:
baseball and, 155 ;
Black Power movement and, 213–14 ;
bus boycott and, 177 ;
Harlem Renaissance and, 75 ;
jazz and, 88 ;
King and, 205 ;
Little Rock school crisis and, 185 ;
NAACP and, 25 ;
rhythm and blues and, 179 ;
segregation and, 25 , 174 , 177 , 205 ;
World War I and, 47–48 ;
World War II and, 134–35
Aguinaldo, Emilio, 4
Alamogordo, New Mexico, 129
Alcatraz Island, 231
Aldrin, Edwin E., 241
Allies, 137 , 140–41 , 149
Altamont, California, 209 , 210
America First Committee, 120
American acquisition, 11
American Civil Liberties Union, 79
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 108
American Indian Movement (AIM), 231
Anacostia Flats, D. C., 97
Anti-Semitism, 85
Apollo 11, 241
Arabic pledge, 45
Arab-Israeli conflict, 270–71
Arbuckle, Roscoe, 72
Argentina, 39 , 40
Arkansas, 111
Armory Show, The, 42
Arms control, 256
Arms deal, 281–82
Armstrong, Neil A., 241
Art, 42
‘‘Ashcan School,’’ 42
Atlantic Charter, 146
Atlantic Ocean, 81–82
Atomic bomb, 128–29 , 143–44
Automobile industry, 62–63 , 108
Aviation, 16–17 , 81–82

b
Ballinger-Pinchot affair, 22
Bara, Theda, 72
Baseball, 155
Bay of Pigs invasion, 196–97 , 199
Beats, 209 , 210

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