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MD.1.Government (Core) Political Systems: The student will demonstrate an understanding of the historical development and current status of principles, institutions, and processes of political systems.

Government (Core) Political Systems: The student will demonstrate an understanding of the historical development and current status of principles, institutions, and processes of political systems.
1.1. The student will demonstrate understanding of the structure and functions of government and politics in the United States.
1.1.3. The student will evaluate roles and policies the government has assumed regarding public issues.
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1.2. The student will evaluate how the United States government has maintained a balance between protecting rights and maintaining order.
1.2.2. The student will analyze legislation designed to protect the rights of individuals and groups and to promote equity in American society.
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1.2.3. The student will evaluate the impact of governmental decisions and actions that have affected the rights of individuals and groups in American society and/or have affected maintaining order and/or safety.
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1.2.4. The student will evaluate the principle of due process.
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MD.1.0.American Government (VSC) Political Science: Students will understand the historical development and current status of the fundamental concepts and processes of authority, power, and influence, with particular emphasis on the democratic skills and attitudes necessary to become responsible citizens.

American Government (VSC) Political Science: Students will understand the historical development and current status of the fundamental concepts and processes of authority, power, and influence, with particular emphasis on the democratic skills and attitudes necessary to become responsible citizens.
1.A. The Foundations and Function of Government
1.A.1. The student will evaluate how the principles of government assist or impede the functioning of government (1.1.2).
1.A.1.c. Analyze the principle of equal protection and how it has affected individual rights
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1.A.3. The student will evaluate roles and policies the government has assumed regarding public issues (1.1.3).
1.A.3.b. Analyze significant issues in domestic policy and how they reflect the national interest, values and principles, such as healthcare, high level of security awareness, environmental concerns
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1.A.3.c. Analyze the decisions made by the government on domestic issues and their effect on society, such as entitlements, socioeconomic status, individuals with disabilities, welfare reform
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1.A.3.e. Evaluate the effect that international, national, and regional interests have on shaping environmental policy, such as logging forested areas, oil drilling, pollution, nuclear power, or alternative energy sources
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1.B. Individual and Group Participation in the Political System
1.B.1. The student will explain roles and analyze strategies individuals or groups may use to initiate change in governmental policy and institutions (1.1.4).
1.B.1.f. Describe the roles of political parties in the United States and how they influence elections, elected officials and public opinion
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1.C. Protecting Rights and Maintaining Order
1.C.1. The student will analyze the impact of landmark Supreme Court decisions on governmental powers, rights, and responsibilities of citizens in our changing society (1.2.1).
1.C.1.g. Evaluate the decisions of the United States Supreme Court that have limited or expanded the liberties of citizens, such as Schenck v. U.S.(1919), Gitlow v. New York (1925), Engel v. Vitale (1962), Katz v. U.S. (1967), Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier (1988), Texas v. Johnson (1989) (Unit 5)
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1.C.2. The student will analyze legislation designed to protect the rights of individuals and groups and to promote equity in American society (1.2.2).
1.C.2.a. Evaluate the effectiveness of legislation in promoting equity and civil rights, such as the Civil Rights Act (1964), Voting Rights Act (1965), Higher Education Act Title IX (1972), Indian Education Act (1972), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA 1990) and Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA 1997)
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1.C.3. The student will evaluate the impact of governmental decisions and actions that have affected the rights of individuals and groups in American society and/or have affected maintaining order and/or safety (1.2.3).
1.C.3.b. Explain how executive departments and regulatory agencies assist in maintaining order and protecting the safety of the nation, such as the Department of Defense (DOD), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
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1.C.4. The student will evaluate the principle of due process (1.2.4).
1.C.4.a. Explain the meaning of due process of law as set forth in the Fifth Amendment
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1.C.4.b. Explain how procedural due process limits the powers of government and protects the accused
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1.C.4.c. Explain why it is necessary to have both substantive and procedural due process
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MD.2.Government (Core) Peoples of the Nation and World: The student will demonstrate an understanding of the history, diversity, and commonality of the peoples of the nation and world, the reality of human interdependence, and the need for global cooperation, through a perspective that is both historical and multicultural.

Government (Core) Peoples of the Nation and World: The student will demonstrate an understanding of the history, diversity, and commonality of the peoples of the nation and world, the reality of human interdependence, and the need for global cooperation, through a perspective that is both historical and multicultural.
2.1. The student will evaluate the interdependent relationship of United States politics and government to world affairs.
2.1.1. The student will analyze economic, political, social issues and their affect on foreign policies of the United States.
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2.1.2. The student will evaluate the effectiveness of international alliances and organizations from the perspective of the United States.
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MD.2.0.American Government (VSC) Peoples of the Nation and World: Students will understand the diversity and commonality, human interdependence, and global cooperation of the people of Maryland, the United States and the World through both a multicultural and historic perspective.

American Government (VSC) Peoples of the Nation and World: Students will understand the diversity and commonality, human interdependence, and global cooperation of the people of Maryland, the United States and the World through both a multicultural and historic perspective.
2.B. Cultural Diffusion: Foreign Policy
2.B.1. The student will analyze economic, political, social issues and their effect on foreign policies of the United States (2.1.1)
2.B.1.a. Explain how the executive develops and implements foreign policy, such as executive agreements, the appointment of foreign ambassadors and the creation of treaties
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2.B.1.c. Analyze isolationism v. interventionism in United States foreign policy
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2.B.1.d. Evaluate how international issues and interests affect national government policy, such as anti-terrorism policy, protection of human rights and international economic stability
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2.B.1.f. Evaluate the goals of United States foreign policy, such as national security, economic stability, promoting the spread of democracy
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2.C. Conflict and Compromise
2.C.1. The student will evaluate the effectiveness of international alliances and organizations from the perspective of the United States (2.1.2).
2.C.1.a. Explain the various roles of the United Nations (UN) such as maintaining international peace, enforcing international law, addressing human rights violations and solving international problems
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2.C.1.b. Explain the role of the International Federation of the Red Cross and the Red Crescent and other agencies, such as United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the World Health Organization (WHO) in addressing humanitarian issues
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2.C.1.d. Examine the function and purpose of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the United Nations and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
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2.C.1.e. Describe the responsibility of the United States as a member of various international organizations including the United Nations (UN), North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and the World Bank (Unit 6)
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MD.3.Government (Core) Geography: The student will demonstrate an understanding of geographic concepts and processes to examine the role of culture, technology, and the environment in the location and distribution of human activities throughout history.

Government (Core) Geography: The student will demonstrate an understanding of geographic concepts and processes to examine the role of culture, technology, and the environment in the location and distribution of human activities throughout history.
3.1. The student will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship of cultural and physical geographic factors in the development of government policy.
3.1.1. The student will evaluate demographic factors related to political participation, public policy and government policies.
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MD.3.0.American Government (VSC) Geography: Students will use geographic concepts and processes to examine the role of culture, technology, and the environment in the location and distribution of human activities and spatial connections throughout time.

American Government (VSC) Geography: Students will use geographic concepts and processes to examine the role of culture, technology, and the environment in the location and distribution of human activities and spatial connections throughout time.
3.B. Geographic Characteristics of Places and Regions
3.B.1. The student will analyze the roles and relationships of regions on the formation and implementation of government policy (3.1.3).
3.B.1.d. Explain the geographic factors that influence foreign policy and international political relations (Unit 6)
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3.C. Movement of People, Goods and Ideas
3.C.1. The student will evaluate demographic factors related to political participation, public policy and government policies (3.1.1).
3.C.1.e. Analyze the influence of demographic factors on the formation and implementation of government policy and funding decisions, such as education, health care and social security (Unit 6)
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MD.4.0.American Government (VSC) Economics: Students will develop economic reasoning to understand the historical development and current status of economic principles, institutions, and processes needed to be effective citizens, consumers, and workers participating in local communities, the nation, and the world.

American Government (VSC) Economics: Students will develop economic reasoning to understand the historical development and current status of economic principles, institutions, and processes needed to be effective citizens, consumers, and workers participating in local communities, the nation, and the world.
4.A. Scarcity and Economic Decision-making
4.A.1. The student will utilize the principles of economic costs and benefits and opportunity cost to analyze the effectiveness of government policy in achieving socio-economic goals (4.1.2).
4.A.1.a. Explain how scarcity and opportunity cost affect government decision-making
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4.A.1.e. Evaluate how the principles of economic costs, benefits, and opportunity cost are used to address public policy issues, such as environmental and healthcare concerns (Unit 6)
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4.B. Economic Systems and the Role of Government in the Economy
4.B.1. The student will evaluate how governments affect the answers to the basic economic questions of what to produce, how to produce, and for whom to produce (4.1.1).
4.B.1.b. Describe how governments organize their economic system for the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services
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4.B.1.c. Explain how elements of market, command and tradition have shaped the United States' mixed economic system, such as consumer preferences and tariff policies (Unit 1)
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4.B.3. The student will evaluate the effectiveness of current monetary and fiscal policy on promoting full employment, price stability, and economic performance (4.1.4).
4.B.3.b. Describe how national, state, and local legislative bodies use taxing and spending to influence the economy
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4.B.3.e. Determine how the executive branch influences economic performance by using the tools of fiscal policy including increasing and decreasing taxes and tariffs and/or spending (Unit 4)
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MD.5.0.U.S. History (VSC) History: Students will examine significant ideas, beliefs and themes; organize patterns and events; analyze how individuals and societies have changed over time in Maryland and the United States.

U.S. History (VSC) History: Students will examine significant ideas, beliefs and themes; organize patterns and events; analyze how individuals and societies have changed over time in Maryland and the United States.
5.A. Reconstruction and an Expanding America (Reconstruction-1897)
5.A.1. Analyze the economic, political and social consequences of Reconstruction (5.1.1).
5.A.1.b. Evaluate the power struggle between the executive and legislative branches at the national level during Reconstruction, such as Presidential v. Congressional Reconstruction plans
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5.A.1.c. Evaluate the social and economic effects of sharecropping, tenant farming and the Freedman's Bureau in the post Civil War South (PNW, G, E)
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5.A.1.d. Analyze the practices, policies and legislation used to deny African-Americans' civil rights, including black codes, lynching, the Ku Klux Klan, voting restrictions, Jim Crow Laws and Plessy v. Ferguson(1896) (PS, PNW, E)
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5.A.1.f. Analyze the economic, political and social factors that influenced the end of Reconstruction, such as northern reluctance to advocate for African-American equality, corruption in government, the Panic of 1873, and the election of 1876 (PS, E)
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5.A.2. Analyze the factors that led to and characteristics of Industrialization in the late 19th century United States (5.1.2).
5.A.2.a. Analyze the causes of industrialization including improved use of resources, technology, labor, capital and transportation networks (PNW, G, E)
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5.A.2.b. Describe laissez-faire attitudes toward capitalism and the changes in the organization of businesses, such as trusts, holding companies, and monopolies and their impact on government policy and regulation (E)
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5.A.2.c. Describe new technologies and inventions in agriculture, transportation, communication, manufacturing and the impact on individuals, groups and regions (PNW, G, E)
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5.A.2.d. Analyze the shift in government intervention and regulation of the economy, such as protective tariffs, the Sherman Anti-Trust Act and the Interstate Commerce Act (PS, E)
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5.A.2.e. Evaluate the role of business leaders, such as Andrew Carnegie, John Rockefeller, Cornelius Vanderbilt, and J.P. Morgan in transforming the United States economy (PNW, E)
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5.A.3. Examine the economic, political and social impact of industrialization (5.1.3).
5.A.3.a. Evaluate the impact of industrialization and laissez-faire policies on workers, such as the National Labor Union, Knights of Labor, American Federation of Labor, and the impact of events, such as the Haymarket Riot, Homestead Strike, and the Pullman Strike (PS, PNW, E)
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5.A.3.d. Describe both the positive and negative functions of political machines and their influence at the state and local level (PS, PNW)
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5.A.3.e. Describe the relationship between industrialization and urbanization, such as increased socio-economic stratification, innovations in technology and transportation on urban life (PNW, G, E)
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5.B. Challenges of a New Century (1898-1929)
5.B.1. Analyze the cultural, economic, political, and social impact of the Progressive Movement (5.2.1).
5.B.1.a. Analyze the impact of the muckrakers of the Progressive Movement on child labor reform, workplace conditions and government reforms (PS, PNW, E)
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5.B.1.b. Describe local, state and national reforms that addressed political corruption, including secret ballot, referendum, initiative, recall, the city manager, and the direct election of senators (PS)
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5.B.1.c. Describe the impact of the 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th amendments to the Constitution (PS, PNW, E)
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5.B.1.d. Describe the impact of government actions on big business and labor, such as Supreme Court cases and legislation as remedies to problems in society (PS, PNW, E)
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5.B.1.e. Analyze the role of presidential power and the shaping of the modern presidency, such as the Square Deal and Roosevelt's response to the 1902 Coal Strike (PS, E)
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5.B.1.f. Evaluate how the Progressive movement impacted women and immigrants (PS, PNW)
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5.B.1.j. Describe the positive and negative impact of the Progressive Era (PS, PNW, E)
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5.B.2. Analyze United States foreign policy in the era of Imperialism (5.2.2).
5.B.2.b. Examine the impact of the Spanish American War, such as the acquisition of new territories (PS, G)
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5.B.2.c. Describe the impact of United States policy in Latin America, such as the events leading to the construction of the Panama Canal, the Roosevelt Corollary, Dollar Diplomacy, and Moral Diplomacy (PS, E)
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5.B.3. Analyze United States foreign policies during World War I (5.2.3).
5.B.3.a. Describe the factors leading to World War I, including militarism, the formation of alliances, nationalism, imperialism, and the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand (PS, PNW, G, E)
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5.B.3.b. Analyze the events leading to United States entry into World War I, including unrestricted submarine warfare, and the Zimmerman Note (PS)
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5.B.3.c. Analyze the significance of Woodrow Wilson's foreign policy decisions, including the Fourteen Points and the debate over the ratification of the Treaty of Versailles (PS, PNW)
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5.B.3.d. Describe the effects of the Treaty of Versailles, its provisions for reparations, the 'war guilt' clause, the League of Nations and changes in national boundaries on international conflicts after World War I (PS, G)
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5.B.3.e. Analyze the impact of United States involvement in World War I on future foreign policy (PS, G)
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5.B.4. Analyze the cultural, economic, political and social changes in society during World War I and throughout the 1920s (5.2.4).
5.B.4.d. Examine the connection between Prohibition and the emergence of organized crime (PS, PNW)
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5.B.4.e. Describe the tension between fundamentalism and the changing social values, including Prohibition, and the issues surrounding the Scopes Monkey Trial (PS, PNW)
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5.B.4.i. Analyze the consumer culture of the 1920s, such as the growth of advertising, the impact of the automobile industry, mail order catalogues, and department stores (PNW, G, E)
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5.B.4.j. Examine the economic characteristics of the 1920s that led to the stock market crash of 1929 and to the Great Depression, such as the unequal distribution of income, buying on credit, buying stocks on margin, inflated real estate prices and overproduction in industry, and agriculture (E)
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5.C. The United States in a Time of Crisis (1929-1945)
5.C.1. Analyze the consequences and government responses to the Great Depression (5.3.1).
5.C.1.a. Evaluate the hardships of the Great Depression on various groups in American society, including families, farmers, African Americans, and industrial workers (PNW, G, E)
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5.C.1.b. Describe the responses of the Hoover administration to the Great Depression (PS, G, E)
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5.C.1.c. Describe the responses of the Roosevelt administration to the Great Depression (PS, G, E)
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5.C.1.d. Analyze the effectiveness of New Deal programs, such as Social Security Administration (SSA), Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA,) Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) (PS, E)
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5.C.1.e. Describe the arguments of New Deal critics such as Huey Long, Father Charles Coughlin, and Dr. Charles Townshend (PS, PNW, E)
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5.C.1.f. Describe the influence of the arts, film, and the popularity of radio in helping Americans deal with the trials of the Great Depression (PNW)
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5.C.1.g. Analyze the lasting legacy of the New Deal, including economic stability and the increased involvement of the government in the lives of citizens (PS, PNW, E)
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5.C.2. Analyze the causes of World War II in Europe and the Pacific and the involvement of the United States in the war (5.3.2).
5.C.2.a. Explain the events that led to the beginning of the Second World War including the failure of the Treaty of Versailles, the rise of totalitarian regimes in Europe and Asia and the worldwide recession of the 1920s and 1930s. (PS, E)
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5.C.2.b. Explain the United States gradual involvement in the war in Europe through legislative and executive measures, such as Cash and Carry, Lend Lease, and the Atlantic Charter (PS, PNW, E)
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5.C.2.c. Describe how the economic and political conflicts between Japan and the United States led to the attack on Pearl Harbor (PS, E)
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5.C.2.d. Examine military strategies and technologies employed by the United States in WWII including D-Day, island hopping and the development and use of atomic weapons (PS, PNW, G, E)
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5.C.2.g. Analyze the long-term consequences of the United States' involvement in WWII and the emergence of America as a economic and military force (PS, PNW, G, E)
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5.D. Challenges of the Post War World (1946-1968)
5.D.1. Analyze the causes, events and policies of the Cold War between 1946-1968 (5.4.1).
5.D.1.a. Describe the response of the United States to communist expansion in Europe, including the Truman Doctrine, the Marshall Plan, the Berlin Airlift (1948), and the formation of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (PS, G, E)
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5.D.1.b. Describe the development of United States containment policies in Asia as a result of the rise of Communist China (PS, G)
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5.D.1.d. Analyze the impact of Cold War events in Cuba, including the Bay of Pigs Invasion (1961) and Cuban Missile Crisis (1962) and the expansion of the Cold War into the Western Hemisphere (PS, G)
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5.D.1.e. Examine the causes and escalation of United States involvement in the Vietnam War, including the domino theory and Tonkin Gulf resolution (PS, G)
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5.D.1.f. Analyze the competition and the consequences of the space and arms race between the United States and the Soviet Union, including the impact of Sputnik (PS, PNW)
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5.D.2. Analyze the economic, political and social changes within the United States during the period 1946-1968 (5.4.2).
5.D.2.e. Analyze the growing impact of television and other mass media on politics and political attitudes, such as the Kennedy- Nixon debate, the Vietnam conflict, and the Civil Rights movement (PS, PNW)
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5.D.3. Analyze the major developments, controversies and consequences of the Civil Rights Movement between 1946-1968 (5.4.3).
5.D.3.c. Describe various activities that Civil Rights activists used to protest segregation, including boycotts, sit-ins, marches, and voter registration campaigns (PS, E)
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5.D.3.d. Compare the philosophies of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X and the Black Power Movement (PS, PNW)
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5.D.3.e. Describe the impact of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s and Malcolm X's leadership and assassinations on the Civil Rights Movement (PS, PNW)
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5.D.3.f. Describe the goals of Civil Rights legislation, including the Civil Rights Acts of 1964 and 1968, the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and the 24th Amendment (PS)
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5.D.3.g. Describe why urban violence and race riots escalated during the 1960s in reaction to ongoing discrimination and the slow pace of Civil Rights advances (PS, PNW, G)
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5.D.3.h. Analyze the opposition to the Civil Rights Movement, such as the Dixiecrats, white citizens councils, white supremacist movements (PS, PNW)
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5.E. Democracy Challenged (1968-1980)
5.E.1. Analyze foreign policy and domestic response to events in South East Asia (5.5.1).
5.E.1.a. Analyze the significance of key events during the Vietnam War, including the Tet Offensive (1968), the My Lai Massacre (1968), the publication of the Pentagon Papers, and the invasions of Cambodia and Laos (1970) (PS, PNW, G)
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5.E.1.c. Evaluate the effectiveness of the media on shaping public opinion about the Vietnam War and the invasions of Cambodia and Laos (PS, PNW)
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5.E.1.d. Describe the actions the United States took to withdraw from the Vietnam War and the effects on the Vietnamese, including Vietnamization (PNW, PS, G)
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5.E.1.e. Describe how and why the War Powers Act (1973) changed presidential power (PS)
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5.E.2. Analyze significant events that affected United States foreign policy from 1968-1980 outside of Southeast Asia (5.5.2).
5.E.2.a. Evaluate the changing United States relationship with the Soviet Union, including detente, arms control agreements, such as SALT I (1972), and SALT II (1979), the invasion of Afghanistan, and the decision to boycott the 1980 Olympic Games ( PS, PNW, G)
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5.F. America Impacts the World (1981-Present)
5.F.1. Analyze United States foreign policy from 1981 to the present (5.6.1)
5.F.1.a. Describe how United States policies and actions contributed to the end of the Cold War (PS)
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5.F.1.b. Evaluate United States policies and actions in response to international terrorism, such as the attack on the Marine barracks in Beirut (1983), Embassy bombings (2000), the attacks on the U.S.S. Cole (2000), and September 11, 2001 (PS, E)
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5.F.1.c. Describe how the United States has addressed issues related to global economic interdependence, such as free trade v. protectionism, and the debate over outsourcing (PS, G, E)
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5.F.1.d. Describe United States involvement with international and regional organizations, such as the European Union (EU), North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and the United Nations (UN) (PS, PNW, G, E)
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5.F.1.e. Explain how developments in the Middle East have affected United States foreign policy, such as the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, the rise of political Islam, and the Israeli -Palestinian conflicts (PS, PNW, G)
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5.F.1.f. Evaluate the role of the United States in addressing global and humanitarian issues such as the environment, the A.I.D.S. epidemic, healthcare and human rights (PS, PNW, G)
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5.F.1.g. Explain how the dependence on energy sources shapes United States foreign policy (PS, G, E)
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5.F.1.h. Analyze the purposes and effects of United States military interventions using regional case studies
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5.F.2. Analyze modern economic, political and social influences on American society from 1981-present (5.6.2).
5.F.2.a. Describe the political and social issues that polarized United States political culture after 1980, such as Iran Contra, conflicts over judicial appointments, the controversial election of 2000, criticism of federal government subsistence programs and conservative v. liberal debates (PS, PNW, E)
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5.F.2.b. Evaluate how the government has addressed changing demographics, including immigration, the changing age structure and increasing minority populations in the United States (PS, PNW, G)
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5.F.2.c. Analyze how globalization has increased due to economic and technological innovations, such as outsourcing, computers, cell phones, and the Internet (PNW, G, E)
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