English II Monday, 10-17-11

English II Monday, 10-17-11

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 EOC Wednesday, 5-20-15 U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 In the Colonial Era, developments such as the New England town meetings and the establishment of the Virginia House of Burgesses represented

1. colonial attempts to build a strong national government 2. efforts by the British to strengthen their control over the colonies 3.steps in the growth of representative democracy 4.early social reform movements U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 In the Colonial Era, developments such as the New England town meetings and the establishment of the Virginia House of Burgesses represented

1. colonial attempts to build a strong national government 2. efforts by the British to strengthen their control over the colonies 3.steps in the growth of representative democracy 4.early social reform movements U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 According to the Declaration of Independence, the people have the right to alter or abolish a government if that government

1. is a limited monarchy 2. violates natural rights 3. becomes involved in entangling alliances 4. favors one religion over another U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 According to the Declaration of Independence, the people have the right to alter or abolish a government if that government 1. is a limited monarchy

2. violates natural rights 3. becomes involved in entangling alliances 4. favors one religion over another U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which fundamental political idea is expressed in the Declaration of Independence? 1. The government should guarantee every citizen economic security. 2. The central government and state governments should have equal power.

3. If the government denies its people certain basic rights, that government can be overthrown. 4. Rulers derive their right to govern from God and are therefore bound to govern in the nations best interest. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which fundamental political idea is expressed in the Declaration of Independence? 1. The government should guarantee every citizen economic security. 2. The central government and state governments should have

equal power. 3. If the government denies its people certain basic rights, that government can be overthrown. 4. Rulers derive their right to govern from God and are therefore bound to govern in the nations best interest. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The British system of mercantilism was opposed by many American colonists because it 1. placed quotas on immigration

2. discouraged the export of raw materials to England 3. placed restrictions on trading 4. encouraged colonial manufacturing U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The British system of mercantilism was opposed by many American colonists because it 1. placed quotas on immigration 2. discouraged the export of raw materials to

England 3. placed restrictions on trading 4. encouraged colonial manufacturing U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The pamphlet Common Sense, by Thomas Paine, aided the American cause in the Revolutionary War because it 1. convinced France to join in the fight against England 2. led to the repeal of the Stamp Act 3. created a new system of government for the United

States 4. persuaded individuals who were undecided to support independence U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The pamphlet Common Sense, by Thomas Paine, aided the American cause in the Revolutionary War because it 1. convinced France to join in the fight against England 2. led to the repeal of the Stamp Act 3. created a new system of government for the United

States 4. persuaded individuals who were undecided to support independence U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which statement is most accurate about the movement for independence in the thirteen colonies? 1. The independence movement began soon after the founding of the Plymouth Colony. 2. Protests against British colonial policies gradually led to demands for independence.

3. The King of England required the colonists to become economically self-sufficient. 4. The movement for independence was equally strong in all of the colonies. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which statement is most accurate about the movement for independence in the thirteen colonies? 1. The independence movement began soon after the founding of the Plymouth Colony. 2. Protests against British colonial policies gradually led to

demands for independence. 3. The King of England required the colonists to become economically self-sufficient. 4. The movement for independence was equally strong in all of the colonies. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 One of the principles stated in the Declaration of Independence is that government should 1. guarantee economic equality among citizens

2. have unlimited power to rule the people 3. be based upon the consent of the governed 4. be led by educated citizens U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 One of the principles stated in the Declaration of Independence is that government should 1. guarantee economic equality among citizens 2. have unlimited power to rule the people 3. be based upon the consent of the governed

4. be led by educated citizens U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 In which area did good harbors, abundant forests, rocky soil, and a short growing season most influence the colonial economy? 1. Southern colonies 2. Middle Atlantic region 3. Northwest Territory 4. New England colonies

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 In which area did good harbors, abundant forests, rocky soil, and a short growing season most influence the colonial economy? 1. Southern colonies 2. Middle Atlantic region 3. Northwest Territory 4. New England colonies

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The main reason Great Britain established the Proclamation Line of 1763 was to 1. avoid conflicts between American colonists and Native American Indians 2. make a profit by selling the land west of the Appalachian Mountains 3. prevent American industrial development in the Ohio River valley 4. allow Canada to control the Great Lakes region

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The main reason Great Britain established the Proclamation Line of 1763 was to 1. avoid conflicts between American colonists and Native American Indians 2. make a profit by selling the land west of the Appalachian Mountains 3. prevent American industrial development in the Ohio River valley 4. allow Canada to control the Great Lakes region

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The Declaration of Independence (1776) has had a major influence on peoples throughout the world because it 1. guarantees universal suffrage 2. establishes a basic set of laws for every nation 3. provides justification for revolting against unjust governments 4. describes the importance of a strong central government

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The Declaration of Independence (1776) has had a major influence on peoples throughout the world because it 1. guarantees universal suffrage 2. establishes a basic set of laws for every nation 3. provides justification for revolting against unjust governments 4. describes the importance of a strong central government

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 When John Marshall was Chief Justice, United States Supreme Court decisions tended to strengthen the power of 1. the National Government 2. state and local governments 3. labor unions 4. trusts and monopolies U.S. History

Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 When John Marshall was Chief Justice, United States Supreme Court decisions tended to strengthen the power of 1. the National Government 2. state and local governments 3. labor unions 4. trusts and monopolies U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

Alexander Hamiltons argument that the government has the power to create a National Bank is based on which part of the Constitution? 1. the Preamble 2. the elastic clause 3. guarantees to the States 4. the Bill of Rights U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

Alexander Hamiltons argument that the government has the power to create a National Bank is based on which part of the Constitution? 1. the Preamble 2. the elastic clause 3. guarantees to the States 4. the Bill of Rights U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Actions and policies of the Government under

President George Washington generally resulted in the 1. establishment of strong political ties with other nations 2. liberation of many enslaved persons 3. failure to create a sound financial program for the country 4. strengthening of the Federal Government U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Actions and policies of the Government under

President George Washington generally resulted in the 1. establishment of strong political ties with other nations 2. liberation of many enslaved persons 3. failure to create a sound financial program for the country 4. strengthening of the Federal Government U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The significance of the Supreme Court case Marbury

v. Madison is that the decision 1. advanced civil rights for minorities 2. upheld the constitutionality of a national bank 3. limited Presidential control of foreign policy 4. established the power of judicial review U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The significance of the Supreme Court case Marbury v. Madison is that the decision 1. advanced civil rights for minorities

2. upheld the constitutionality of a national bank 3. limited Presidential control of foreign policy 4. established the power of judicial review U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 One factor that led to the formation of the first two political parties in the United States in the 1790s was the conflict over the 1. distribution of power between the federal and state governments

2. spread of slavery into the western territories 3. control of interstate commerce 4. acquisition of lands from France and Spain U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 One factor that led to the formation of the first two political parties in the United States in the 1790s was the conflict over the 1. distribution of power between the federal and state governments

2. spread of slavery into the western territories 3. control of interstate commerce 4. acquisition of lands from France and Spain U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 A major reason the Antifederalists opposed the ratification of the United States Constitution was because the Constitution 1. created a national bank 2. lacked a provision for a federal court system 3. failed to provide for the direct election of members of the

House of Representatives 4. changed the balance of power between the state and national governments U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 A major reason the Antifederalists opposed the ratification of the United States Constitution was because the Constitution 1. created a national bank 2. lacked a provision for a federal court system 3. failed to provide for the direct election of members of the

House of Representatives 4. changed the balance of power between the state and national governments U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 President George Washington pursued a foreign policy of neutrality during his administration primarily because he believed that 1. the United States needed time to gain economic and military strength 2. treaties were prohibited by the Constitution

3. the United States should not expand by force 4. alliances should be established with both France and England U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 President George Washington pursued a foreign policy of neutrality during his administration primarily because he believed that 1. the United States needed time to gain economic and military strength 2. treaties were prohibited by the Constitution

3. the United States should not expand by force 4. alliances should be established with both France and England U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 A major reason for the issuance of the Monroe Doctrine (1823) was to 1. discourage United States trade with Latin America 2. defend the Panama Canal from Great Britain 3. prevent further European colonization in the

Caribbean region 4. provide economic aid to Latin American nations U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 A major reason for the issuance of the Monroe Doctrine (1823) was to 1. discourage United States trade with Latin America 2. defend the Panama Canal from Great Britain 3. prevent further European colonization in the Caribbean region

4. provide economic aid to Latin American nations U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 During the presidency of Andrew Jackson, the spoils system resulted in 1. federal laws being nullified by the states 2. elected officials rewarding their supporters with government jobs 3. all free males being given the right to vote 4. the end of political corruption in the federal

government U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 During the presidency of Andrew Jackson, the spoils system resulted in 1. federal laws being nullified by the states 2. elected officials rewarding their supporters with government jobs 3. all free males being given the right to vote 4. the end of political corruption in the federal

government U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 One way in which the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions (1798) and the South Carolina Ordinance of Nullification (1832) are similar is that each 1. claimed that individual states have the right to interpret federal laws 2. formed part of the unwritten constitution 3. supported the federal governments power to declare war 4. provided a way for new states to enter the Union

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 One way in which the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions (1798) and the South Carolina Ordinance of Nullification (1832) are similar is that each 1. claimed that individual states have the right to interpret federal laws 2. formed part of the unwritten constitution 3. supported the federal governments power to declare war 4. provided a way for new states to enter the Union

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 During the early 1800s, which factor contributed the most to the start of the Industrial Revolution in the United States? 1. a restriction on European immigration 2. the end of the slave labor system 3. an abundance of natural resources 4. the availability of electricity U.S. History

Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 During the early 1800s, which factor contributed the most to the start of the Industrial Revolution in the United States? 1. a restriction on European immigration 2. the end of the slave labor system 3. an abundance of natural resources 4. the availability of electricity U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

What was an immediate effect of the completion of the Erie Canal in 1825? 1. Prices increased for food products along the Atlantic Coast. 2. Farmers could more easily ship grain to eastern markets. 3. A territorial conflict began with Canada over the Great Lakes. 4. Railroads were forced to reduce their shipping rates. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

What was an immediate effect of the completion of the Erie Canal in 1825? 1. Prices increased for food products along the Atlantic Coast. 2. Farmers could more easily ship grain to eastern markets. 3. A territorial conflict began with Canada over the Great Lakes. 4. Railroads were forced to reduce their shipping rates. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

The legal basis for the United States purchase of the Louisiana Territory was the 1. power granted to the President to make treaties 2. Presidents power as Commander in Chief 3. authority of Congress to declare war 4. Senates duty to approve the appointment of ambassadors U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

The legal basis for the United States purchase of the Louisiana Territory was the 1. power granted to the President to make treaties 2. Presidents power as Commander in Chief 3. authority of Congress to declare war 4. Senates duty to approve the appointment of ambassadors U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 "Compromise Enables Maine and Missouri To Enter Union" (1820)

"California Admitted to Union as Free State" (1850) "Kansas-Nebraska Act Sets Up Popular Sovereignty" (1854) Which issue is reflected in these headlines? 1. enactment of protective tariffs 2. extension of slavery 3. voting rights for minorities 4. universal public education U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 "Compromise Enables Maine and Missouri To Enter Union" (1820)

"California Admitted to Union as Free State" (1850) "Kansas-Nebraska Act Sets Up Popular Sovereignty" (1854) Which issue is reflected in these headlines? 1. enactment of protective tariffs 2. extension of slavery 3. voting rights for minorities 4. universal public education U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The Louisiana Purchase had great geographic

significance for the United States because it 1. reduced British control of North America 2. focused the United States on westward expansion 3. extended United States control over Mexico 4. decreased tensions with Native American Indians U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The Louisiana Purchase had great geographic significance for the United States because it 1. reduced British control of North America

2. focused the United States on westward expansion 3. extended United States control over Mexico 4. decreased tensions with Native American Indians U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 When President Thomas Jefferson acquired the Louisiana Territory from France, he demonstrated that he had modified his belief that 1. the Constitution should be strictly interpreted 2. the federal government should limit individual rights

3. adding territory would lead to regional rivalries 4. commercial development was the main goal of the federal government U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 When President Thomas Jefferson acquired the Louisiana Territory from France, he demonstrated that he had modified his belief that 1. the Constitution should be strictly interpreted 2. the federal government should limit individual rights

3. adding territory would lead to regional rivalries 4. commercial development was the main goal of the federal government U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Before the Civil War, the principle of popular sovereignty was proposed as a means of 1. allowing states to secede from the Union 2. permitting voters to nullify federal laws 3. deciding the legalization of slavery in a new state

4. overturning unpopular decisions of the Supreme Court U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Before the Civil War, the principle of popular sovereignty was proposed as a means of 1. allowing states to secede from the Union 2. permitting voters to nullify federal laws 3. deciding the legalization of slavery in a new state 4. overturning unpopular decisions of the Supreme

Court U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The rapid westward migration caused by the discovery of gold in California led directly to 1. the start of the Civil War 2. the adoption of the Compromise of 1850 3. increased trade through the Panama Canal 4. control of the United States Senate by the slave states

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The rapid westward migration caused by the discovery of gold in California led directly to 1. the start of the Civil War 2. the adoption of the Compromise of 1850 3. increased trade through the Panama Canal 4. control of the United States Senate by the slave states

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 In the 1850s, the phrase Bleeding Kansas was used to describe clashes between 1. proslavery and antislavery groups 2. Spanish landowners and new American settlers 3. Chinese and Irish railroad workers 4. Native American Indians and white settlers U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

In the 1850s, the phrase Bleeding Kansas was used to describe clashes between 1. proslavery and antislavery groups 2. Spanish landowners and new American settlers 3. Chinese and Irish railroad workers 4. Native American Indians and white settlers U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which argument did President Abraham Lincoln use against

the secession of the Southern States? 1. Slavery was not profitable 2. The government was a union of people and not of states. 3. The Southern States did not permit their people to vote on secession. 4. As the Commander in Chief, he had the duty to defend the United States against foreign invasion. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which argument did President Abraham Lincoln use against

the secession of the Southern States? 1. Slavery was not profitable 2. The government was a union of people and not of states. 3. The Southern States did not permit their people to vote on secession. 4. As the Commander in Chief, he had the duty to defend the United States against foreign invasion. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The abolitionist movement, the womens suffrage

movement, and the 1960s civil rights movement are all examples of reform efforts that 1. succeeded without causing major controversy 2. developed significant popular support 3. achieved their goals without government action 4. failed to affect the nation as a whole U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The abolitionist movement, the womens suffrage movement, and the 1960s civil rights movement

are all examples of reform efforts that 1. succeeded without causing major controversy 2. developed significant popular support 3. achieved their goals without government action 4. failed to affect the nation as a whole U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which statement best explains President Abraham Lincolns justification for the Civil War? 1. As an abolitionist, President Lincoln wanted to end slavery in the United States.

2. President Lincoln wanted to keep the South economically dependent on the industrial North. 3. President Lincolns oath of office required him to defend and preserve the Union. 4. To keep the support of Great Britain and France, President Lincoln had to try to end slavery immediately. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which statement best explains President Abraham Lincolns justification for the Civil War? 1. As an abolitionist, President Lincoln wanted to end slavery in

the United States. 2. President Lincoln wanted to keep the South economically dependent on the industrial North. 3. President Lincolns oath of office required him to defend and preserve the Union. 4. To keep the support of Great Britain and France, President Lincoln had to try to end slavery immediately. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 A major result of the Civil War was that the

1. economic system of the South came to dominate the United States economy 2. Federal Governments power over the States was strengthened 3. members of Congress from Southern States gained control of the legislative branch 4. nations industrial development came to a standstill U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 A major result of the Civil War was that the

1. economic system of the South came to dominate the United States economy 2. Federal Governments power over the States was strengthened 3. members of Congress from Southern States gained control of the legislative branch 4. nations industrial development came to a standstill U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Sectional differences developed in the United States

largely because 1. the Federal Government adopted a policy of neutrality 2. economic conditions and interests in each region varied 3. only northerners were represented at the Constitutional Convention 4. early Presidents favored urban areas over rural areas U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Sectional differences developed in the United States largely because

1. the Federal Government adopted a policy of neutrality 2. economic conditions and interests in each region varied 3. only northerners were represented at the Constitutional Convention 4. early Presidents favored urban areas over rural areas U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Before the Civil War, slavery expanded in the South rather than in the North because 1. the Constitution contained a clause that outlawed the

importation of slaves into the Northern states 2. Congress passed a law forbidding slavery in the North 3. Northern states passed affirmative action legislation 4. geographic conditions in the South encouraged the development of large plantations U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Before the Civil War, slavery expanded in the South rather than in the North because 1. the Constitution contained a clause that outlawed the

importation of slaves into the Northern states 2. Congress passed a law forbidding slavery in the North 3. Northern states passed affirmative action legislation 4. geographic conditions in the South encouraged the development of large plantations U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The Civil War affected the northern economy by 1. causing a severe depression 2. increasing unemployment rates

3. decreasing demand for agricultural products 4. stimulating industrialization U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The Civil War affected the northern economy by 1. causing a severe depression 2. increasing unemployment rates 3. decreasing demand for agricultural products 4. stimulating industrialization

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 In the 1850s, why did many runaway slaves go to Canada? 1. They feared being drafted into the Northern army. 2. The Fugitive Slave Act kept them at risk in the United States. 3. More factory jobs were available in Canada. 4. Northern abolitionists refused to help fugitive slaves. U.S. History

Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 In the 1850s, why did many runaway slaves go to Canada? 1. They feared being drafted into the Northern army. 2. The Fugitive Slave Act kept them at risk in the United States. 3. More factory jobs were available in Canada. 4. Northern abolitionists refused to help fugitive slaves. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

Which statement best summarizes the beliefs of Booker T. Washington? 1. The best solution for African Americans was to return to Africa. 2. Social equality for African Americans would be easier to achieve than legal rights. 3. The way to dissolve the barriers of segregation and bring about an end to Jim Crow laws was by active, violent resistance. 4. The most immediate means for African Americans to achieve equality was to expand their opportunities for vocational education. U.S. History

Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which statement best summarizes the beliefs of Booker T. Washington? 1. The best solution for African Americans was to return to Africa. 2. Social equality for African Americans would be easier to achieve than legal rights. 3. The way to dissolve the barriers of segregation and bring about an end to Jim Crow laws was by active, violent resistance. 4. The most immediate means for African Americans to achieve equality was to expand their opportunities for vocational education.

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The Jim Crow laws of the post-Civil War Era were attempts by 1. the Federal Government to improve the status of African Americans and Native American Indians 2. state and local governments to restrict the freedoms of African Americans 3. states to ban organizations such as the Ku Klux Klan 4. the Radical Republicans in Congress to carry out Reconstruction plans

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The Jim Crow laws of the post-Civil War Era were attempts by 1. the Federal Government to improve the status of African Americans and Native American Indians 2. state and local governments to restrict the freedoms of African Americans 3. states to ban organizations such as the Ku Klux Klan 4. the Radical Republicans in Congress to carry out Reconstruction plans

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The 14th amendment provides that no "state [shall] deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws." A direct result of this amendment was that 1. the process of amending the Constitution became slower and more complex 2. the guarantees in the Bill of Rights were applied to state actions 3. every citizen gained an absolute right to freedom of speech and assembly 4. the power of the Federal Government was sharply reduced

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The 14th amendment provides that no "state [shall] deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws." A direct result of this amendment was that 1. the process of amending the Constitution became slower and more complex 2. the guarantees in the Bill of Rights were applied to state actions 3. every citizen gained an absolute right to freedom of speech and assembly

4. the power of the Federal Government was sharply reduced U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 After the passage of the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments, African Americans continued to experience political and economic oppression mainly because 1. the amendments were not intended to solve their problems 2. many African Americans distrusted the Federal Government 3. Southern legislatures enacted Jim Crow laws

4. poor communications kept people from learning about their legal rights U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 After the passage of the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments, African Americans continued to experience political and economic oppression mainly because 1. the amendments were not intended to solve their problems 2. many African Americans distrusted the Federal Government

3. Southern legislatures enacted Jim Crow laws 4. poor communications kept people from learning about their legal rights U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 In their plans for Reconstruction, both President Abraham Lincoln and President Andrew Johnson sought to 1. punish the South for starting the Civil War 2. force the Southern States to pay reparations to the Federal Government 3. allow the Southern States to reenter the nation as quickly

as possible 4. establish the Republican Party as the only political party in the South U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 In their plans for Reconstruction, both President Abraham Lincoln and President Andrew Johnson sought to 1. punish the South for starting the Civil War 2. force the Southern States to pay reparations to the Federal Government 3. allow the Southern States to reenter the nation as quickly

as possible 4. establish the Republican Party as the only political party in the South U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 A major reason the Radical Republicans opposed President Abraham Lincolns Reconstruction plan was that his plan 1. demanded payments from the South that would have damaged its economy 2. postponed the readmission of Southern States into the

Union for many years 3. granted too many rights to formerly enslaved persons 4. offered amnesty to nearly all Confederates who would swear allegiance to the United States U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 A major reason the Radical Republicans opposed President Abraham Lincolns Reconstruction plan was that his plan 1. demanded payments from the South that would have damaged its economy

2. postponed the readmission of Southern States into the Union for many years 3. granted too many rights to formerly enslaved persons 4. offered amnesty to nearly all Confederates who would swear allegiance to the United States U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The Jim Crow laws, upheld by the Supreme Court in Plessy v. Ferguson (1896), provided for 1. free land for former slaves

2. separate public facilities based on race 3. racial integration of public schools 4. voting rights for African-American males U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The Jim Crow laws, upheld by the Supreme Court in Plessy v. Ferguson (1896), provided for 1. free land for former slaves 2. separate public facilities based on race 3. racial integration of public schools

4. voting rights for African-American males U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The underlying reason for the impeachment of President Andrew Johnson was 1. the Credit Mobilier scandal 2. a power struggle with Congress over Reconstruction 3. his refusal to appoint new justices to the Supreme Court 4. his policies toward Native American Indians

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The underlying reason for the impeachment of President Andrew Johnson was 1. the Credit Mobilier scandal 2. a power struggle with Congress over Reconstruction 3. his refusal to appoint new justices to the Supreme Court 4. his policies toward Native American Indians

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 What effect did the system of sharecropping have on the South after the Civil War? 1. It kept formerly enslaved persons economically dependent. 2. It brought investment capital to the South. 3. It encouraged Northerners to migrate south. 4. It provided for a fairer distribution of farm profits. U.S. History

Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 What effect did the system of sharecropping have on the South after the Civil War? 1. It kept formerly enslaved persons economically dependent. 2. It brought investment capital to the South. 3. It encouraged Northerners to migrate south. 4. It provided for a fairer distribution of farm profits. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

The institution of slavery was formally abolished in the United States by the 1. Compromise of 1850 2. Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 3. creation of the Freedmens Bureau in 1865 4. ratification of the 13th amendment in 1865 U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The institution of slavery was formally abolished in

the United States by the 1. Compromise of 1850 2. Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 3. creation of the Freedmens Bureau in 1865 4. ratification of the 13th amendment in 1865 U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 During the late 1800s, Southern voters solidly supported the Democratic Party primarily because Democrats

1. favored a stronger national government 2. led efforts to advance civil rights 3. opposed the Jim Crow legal system 4. disliked the Reconstruction programs of the Republicans U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 During the late 1800s, Southern voters solidly supported the Democratic Party primarily because Democrats

1. favored a stronger national government 2. led efforts to advance civil rights 3. opposed the Jim Crow legal system 4. disliked the Reconstruction programs of the Republicans U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 In the United States, the main purpose of antitrust legislation is to 1. protect the environment

2. increase competition in business 3. encourage the growth of monopolies 4. strengthen the rights of workers U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 In the United States, the main purpose of antitrust legislation is to 1. protect the environment 2. increase competition in business 3. encourage the growth of monopolies

4. strengthen the rights of workers U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Prices and wages should be determined by the marketplace. The author of this statement would most probably support 1. government ownership of utilities 2. minimum-wage laws 3. wage and price controls 4. laissez-faire capitalism

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Prices and wages should be determined by the marketplace. The author of this statement would most probably support 1. government ownership of utilities 2. minimum-wage laws 3. wage and price controls 4. laissez-faire capitalism

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 After the Civil War, one way business leaders tried to eliminate competition was by 1. forming monopolies or trusts 2. developing overseas markets 3. increasing the prices of their products 4. paying high wages to their workers U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

After the Civil War, one way business leaders tried to eliminate competition was by 1. forming monopolies or trusts 2. developing overseas markets 3. increasing the prices of their products 4. paying high wages to their workers U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which factor most limited the growth of labor unions during the late 1800s?

1. Most employers were very hostile toward workers efforts to organize. 2. Most factory workers were satisfied with their wages and working conditions. 3. The Federal Government declared that unions were illegal. 4. Workers preferred to negotiate with factory owners as individuals rather than as members of a group. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which factor most limited the growth of labor unions during the late 1800s?

1. Most employers were very hostile toward workers efforts to organize. 2. Most factory workers were satisfied with their wages and working conditions. 3. The Federal Government declared that unions were illegal. 4. Workers preferred to negotiate with factory owners as individuals rather than as members of a group. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Many reformers who opposed the laissez-faire attitude of the late 19th century argued that

1. the National Government should not interfere in the activities of big business big business 2. national wealth could best be assured by the accumulation of gold 3. the idea of rugged individualism is vital to the nations economic growth 4. government should protect society through the regulation of business U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Many reformers who opposed the laissez-faire attitude of the

late 19th century argued that 1. the National Government should not interfere in the activities of big business 2. national wealth could best be assured by the accumulation of gold 3. the idea of rugged individualism is vital to the nations economic growth 4. government should protect society through the regulation of business U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

Nativism in the late 19th century was motivated primarily by 1. hostility toward immigrant workers 2. the need to reduce overcrowding in western states 3. cultural conflicts with Native American Indians 4. the migration of African Americans to northern cities U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

Nativism in the late 19th century was motivated primarily by 1. hostility toward immigrant workers 2. the need to reduce overcrowding in western states 3. cultural conflicts with Native American Indians 4. the migration of African Americans to northern cities U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The purpose of the Interstate Commerce Act (1887),

the Sherman Antitrust Act (1890), and the Clayton Antitrust Act (1914) was to 1. reduce imports from foreign nations 2. eliminate unfair business practices 3. reduce the power of the unions 4. increase the power of local governments U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The purpose of the Interstate Commerce Act (1887), the Sherman Antitrust Act (1890), and the Clayton

Antitrust Act (1914) was to 1. reduce imports from foreign nations 2. eliminate unfair business practices 3. reduce the power of the unions 4. increase the power of local governments U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 A common characteristic of third political parties in the United States is that they 1. have dealt mainly with foreign policy issues

2. come into existence only during periods of corruption 3. tend to focus on one person or one issue 4. have frequently forced Congress to decide Presidential elections U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 A common characteristic of third political parties in the United States is that they 1. have dealt mainly with foreign policy issues

2. come into existence only during periods of corruption 3. tend to focus on one person or one issue 4. have frequently forced Congress to decide Presidential elections U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Many wealthy American industrialists of the late 19th century used the theory of Social Darwinism to 1. support the labor union movement

2. justify monopolistic actions 3. promote legislation establishing a minimum wage 4. encourage charitable organizations to help the poor U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Many wealthy American industrialists of the late 19th century used the theory of Social Darwinism to 1. support the labor union movement 2. justify monopolistic actions

3. promote legislation establishing a minimum wage 4. encourage charitable organizations to help the poor U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Prior to 1880, the number of immigrants to the United States was not restricted mainly because 1. industry owners wanted cheap labor 2. the nations of Europe discouraged emigration 3. the United States birthrate was increasing

4. Congress lacked the power to limit immigration U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Prior to 1880, the number of immigrants to the United States was not restricted mainly because 1. industry owners wanted cheap labor 2. the nations of Europe discouraged emigration 3. the United States birthrate was increasing 4. Congress lacked the power to limit immigration

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 In the United States during the late 19th century, much of the prejudice expressed toward immigrants was based on the belief that they would 1. cause overcrowding in farm areas 2. refuse to become citizens 3. support the enemies of the United States in wartime 4. fail to assimilate into American society

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 In the United States during the late 19th century, much of the prejudice expressed toward immigrants was based on the belief that they would 1. cause overcrowding in farm areas 2. refuse to become citizens 3. support the enemies of the United States in wartime 4. fail to assimilate into American society

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 During the 19th century, what was the major reason that an increasing number of states established public schools and passed compulsory education laws? 1. Reformers argued that an educated, literate population was necessary for a successful democracy. 2. The Supreme Court required the states to do so. 3. Most jobs required a high school diploma. 4. The United States had begun a massive program of technical training to enhance its international economic position.

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 During the 19th century, what was the major reason that an increasing number of states established public schools and passed compulsory education laws? 1. Reformers argued that an educated, literate population was necessary for a successful democracy. 2. The Supreme Court required the states to do so. 3. Most jobs required a high school diploma. 4. The United States had begun a massive program of technical training to enhance its international economic position.

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 One factor that furthered industrialization in the United States between 1865 and 1900 was the 1. development of the airplane 2. expansion of the railroads 3. mass production of automobiles 4. widespread use of steamboats U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

One factor that furthered industrialization in the United States between 1865 and 1900 was the 1. development of the airplane 2. expansion of the railroads 3. mass production of automobiles 4. widespread use of steamboats U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 During the late 1800s, industrialization in the United

States led to 1. the growth of the middle class 2. an overall decline in labor union membership 3. the creation of affirmative action programs 4. a decrease in the use of natural resources U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 During the late 1800s, industrialization in the United States led to 1. the growth of the middle class

2. an overall decline in labor union membership 3. the creation of affirmative action programs 4. a decrease in the use of natural resources U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 A significant contribution to the industrialization of the United States was Henry Fords development of 1. the assembly line 2. electric-powered vehicles 3. the first holding company

4. a new process for making steel U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 A significant contribution to the industrialization of the United States was Henry Fords development of 1. the assembly line 2. electric-powered vehicles 3. the first holding company 4. a new process for making steel

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 One reason John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, and J. Pierpont Morgan were sometimes called robber barons was because they 1. robbed from the rich to give to the poor 2. made unnecessarily risky investments 3. used ruthless business tactics against their competitors 4. stole money from the federal government

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 One reason John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, and J. Pierpont Morgan were sometimes called robber barons was because they 1. robbed from the rich to give to the poor 2. made unnecessarily risky investments 3. used ruthless business tactics against their competitors 4. stole money from the federal government

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which United States foreign policy was most directly related to the rise of big business in the late 1800s? 1. dtente 2. neutrality 3. containment 4. imperialism U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

Which United States foreign policy was most directly related to the rise of big business in the late 1800s? 1. dtente 2. neutrality 3. containment 4. imperialism U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Mark Twain labeled the late 1800s in the United

States the Gilded Age to describe the 1. end of the practice of slavery 2. absence of international conflicts 3. extremes of wealth and poverty 4. achievements of the labor movement U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Mark Twain labeled the late 1800s in the United States the Gilded Age to describe the 1. end of the practice of slavery

2. absence of international conflicts 3. extremes of wealth and poverty 4. achievements of the labor movement U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which development led to the other three? 1. growth of tenements and slums 2. shift from a rural to an urban lifestyle 3. rapid industrial growth 4. widespread use of child labor

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which development led to the other three? 1. growth of tenements and slums 2. shift from a rural to an urban lifestyle 3. rapid industrial growth 4. widespread use of child labor U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

Break U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 At the turn of the century, why did most immigrants to the United States settle in cities? 1.Jobs were readily available. 2. Government relief programs required immigrants to settle in cities. 3. Labor union leaders encouraged unrestricted

immigration. 4. Immigrants were not permitted to buy farmland. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 At the turn of the century, why did most immigrants to the United States settle in cities? 1. Jobs were readily available. 2. Government relief programs required immigrants to settle in cities. 3. Labor union leaders encouraged unrestricted

immigration. 4. Immigrants were not permitted to buy farmland. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which statement about immigration to the United States during the 19th century is most valid? 1. Organized labor supported unlimited immigration. 2. Most immigrants to the United States were illegal aliens. 3. Industrial growth led to a demand for cheap

immigrant labor. 4. Few immigrants came from western Europe. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which statement about immigration to the United States during the 19th century is most valid? 1. Organized labor supported unlimited immigration. 2. Most immigrants to the United States were illegal aliens. 3. Industrial growth led to a demand for cheap

immigrant labor. 4. Few immigrants came from western Europe. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 In the late 19th century, the pattern of United States immigration changed in that 1. far fewer immigrants arrived in the United States than in previous years 2. most immigrants chose to settle in the rural, farming regions of the western United States 3. increasing numbers of immigrants came from eastern and

southern Europe 4. most immigrants were political refugees U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 In the late 19th century, the pattern of United States immigration changed in that 1. far fewer immigrants arrived in the United States than in previous years 2. most immigrants chose to settle in the rural, farming regions of the western United States 3. increasing numbers of immigrants came from eastern and

southern Europe 4. most immigrants were political refugees U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 What was the experience of most of the new immigrants who arrived in the United States from southern and eastern Europe in the late 1800s and early 1900s? 1. They lived in urban areas and most held lowpaying jobs. 2. They obtained free land in the West and became farmers. 3. They became discouraged with America and returned to their homelands.

4. They were easily assimilated into mainstream American culture. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 What was the experience of most of the new immigrants who arrived in the United States from southern and eastern Europe in the late 1800s and early 1900s? 1. They lived in urban areas and most held lowpaying jobs. 2. They obtained free land in the West and became farmers. 3. They became discouraged with America and returned to their homelands.

4. They were easily assimilated into mainstream American culture. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The intent of the United States immigration laws of the 1920s was to 1. increase economic opportunities for recent immigrants 2. encourage cultural diversity 3. restore an open-door policy toward immigration

4. restrict immigration through the use of quotas U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The intent of the United States immigration laws of the 1920s was to 1. increase economic opportunities for recent immigrants 2. encourage cultural diversity 3. restore an open-door policy toward immigration 4. restrict immigration through the use of quotas

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which expression most accurately illustrates the concept of nativism? 1. Help Wanted Irish Need Not Apply 2. Go West, young man. 3. America first in war and peace 4. The only thing we have to fear, is fear itself. U.S. History

Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which expression most accurately illustrates the concept of nativism? 1. Help Wanted Irish Need Not Apply 2. Go West, young man. 3. America first in war and peace 4. The only thing we have to fear, is fear itself. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

Why did the United States follow a policy of open immigration during much of the 1800s? 1. Many United States citizens wanted to live abroad. 2. The United States had a shortage of labor. 3. Prosperous conditions in Europe resulted in fewer immigrants coming to the United States. 4. Immigrants provided United States industry with investment capital. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

Why did the United States follow a policy of open immigration during much of the 1800s? 1. Many United States citizens wanted to live abroad. 2. The United States had a shortage of labor. 3. Prosperous conditions in Europe resulted in fewer immigrants coming to the United States. 4. Immigrants provided United States industry with investment capital. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which statement best describes President Theodore Roosevelts

foreign policy position toward Latin America in the early 1900s? 1. The United States should reduce its involvement in Latin American affairs. 2. The Monroe Doctrine permits the United States to intervene actively in the affairs of Latin American nations. 3. Latin American nations should form an organization to help them achieve political and economic stability. 4. The United States should give large amounts of financial aid to help the poor of Latin America. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

Which statement best describes President Theodore Roosevelts foreign policy position toward Latin America in the early 1900s? 1. The United States should reduce its involvement in Latin American affairs. 2. The Monroe Doctrine permits the United States to intervene actively in the affairs of Latin American nations. 3. Latin American nations should form an organization to help them achieve political and economic stability. 4. The United States should give large amounts of financial aid to help the poor of Latin America. U.S. History

Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The Republican Presidents of the 1920s generally followed a foreign policy based on 1. collective security 2. brinkmanship 3. noninvolvement 4. militarism U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

The Republican Presidents of the 1920s generally followed a foreign policy based on 1. collective security 2. brinkmanship 3. noninvolvement 4. militarism U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The Monroe Doctrine declared that the United States would 1. prevent the establishment of new European colonies anywhere in the world

2. help colonies in North and South America adopt a democratic form of government 3. view European interference in the Americas as a threat to the national interest of the United States 4. prevent other nations from trading with South American nations U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The Monroe Doctrine declared that the United States would 1. prevent the establishment of new European colonies anywhere in the world

2. help colonies in North and South America adopt a democratic form of government 3. view European interference in the Americas as a threat to the national interest of the United States 4. prevent other nations from trading with South American nations U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Why did the United States formulate the Open Door policy toward China?

1. to develop democratic institutions and practices in China 2. to prevent a European and Japanese monopoly of Chinese trade and markets 3. to establish a military presence on the Chinese mainland 4. to support Japanese efforts to industrialize China U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Why did the United States formulate the Open Door

policy toward China? 1. to develop democratic institutions and practices in China 2. to prevent a European and Japanese monopoly of Chinese trade and markets 3. to establish a military presence on the Chinese mainland 4. to support Japanese efforts to industrialize China U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

From 1900 to 1915, a basic aim of United States foreign policy was to 1. develop close economic ties with African nations 2. oppose revolutionary movements in western Europe 3. promote United States influence in Latin America 4. prevent the spread of communism in western Europe and Asia U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 From 1900 to 1915, a basic aim of United States

foreign policy was to 1. develop close economic ties with African nations 2. oppose revolutionary movements in western Europe 3. promote United States influence in Latin America 4. prevent the spread of communism in western Europe and Asia U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Throughout United States history, the most important aim of the countrys foreign policy has

been 1. participation in international organizations 2. advancement of national self-interest 3. containment of communism 4. development of military alliances U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Throughout United States history, the most important aim of the countrys foreign policy has been

1. participation in international organizations 2. advancement of national self-interest 3. containment of communism 4. development of military alliances U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which argument was used to support United States acquisition of overseas possessions in the late 1800s? 1. The United States needed to obtain raw materials and new markets. 2. The spread of Marxist ideas had to be stopped because

they threatened world peace. 3. The United States should be the first world power to build a colonial empire. 4. The doctrine of Manifest Destiny had become obsolete. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which argument was used to support United States acquisition of overseas possessions in the late 1800s? 1. The United States needed to obtain raw materials and new markets. 2. The spread of Marxist ideas had to be stopped because

they threatened world peace. 3. The United States should be the first world power to build a colonial empire. 4. The doctrine of Manifest Destiny had become obsolete. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Yellow journalists created support for the SpanishAmerican War by writing articles about the 1. political popularity of William Jennings Bryan 2. efforts of the United States to control Mexico 3. destruction of United States sugar plantations by

Hawaiians 4. sinking of the United States battleship Maine in Havana Harbor U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Yellow journalists created support for the SpanishAmerican War by writing articles about the 1. political popularity of William Jennings Bryan 2. efforts of the United States to control Mexico 3. destruction of United States sugar plantations by Hawaiians

4. sinking of the United States battleship Maine in Havana Harbor U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 President Theodore Roosevelts Square Deal and President Lyndon Johnsons Great Society were similar in that both 1. returned control of social welfare programs to the states 2. relied on individual initiative to improve the economy 3. were supported by Congress over the objections of the majority of state governments

4. increased the role of the Federal Government in dealing with social and economic problems U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 President Theodore Roosevelts Square Deal and President Lyndon Johnsons Great Society were similar in that both 1. returned control of social welfare programs to the states 2. relied on individual initiative to improve the economy 3. were supported by Congress over the objections of the majority of state governments

4. increased the role of the Federal Government in dealing with social and economic problems U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 An important political aim of the Progressive movement was to 1. guarantee government jobs for the unemployed 2. stimulate democratic reforms such as the initiative and the referendum 3. create a unicameral national legislature

4. increase the participation of African Americans in the Federal Government U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 An important political aim of the Progressive movement was to 1. guarantee government jobs for the unemployed 2. stimulate democratic reforms such as the initiative and the referendum 3. create a unicameral national legislature

4. increase the participation of African Americans in the Federal Government U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 In the early 20th century, muckrakers were able to influence American society mainly through their 1. frequent acts of civil disobedience 2. activities as government officials 3. publication of articles and books 4. control over factories

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 In the early 20th century, muckrakers were able to influence American society mainly through their 1. frequent acts of civil disobedience 2. activities as government officials 3. publication of articles and books 4. control over factories U.S. History

Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The initiative, referendum, recall, and direct primary are all intended to 1. make the President more responsive to the wishes of Congress 2. reduce the influence of the media on elections 3. give political parties more control of the electoral process 4. increase participation in government by citizens U.S. History

Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The initiative, referendum, recall, and direct primary are all intended to 1. make the President more responsive to the wishes of Congress 2. reduce the influence of the media on elections 3. give political parties more control of the electoral process 4. increase participation in government by citizens U.S. History

Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which event of the early 1900s is evidence that Upton Sinclairs novel The Jungle had an important impact on the United States? 1. adoption of reforms in public education 2. passage of legislation limiting immigration 3. adoption of the 18th amendment establishing Prohibition 4. passage of legislation requiring Federal inspection of meat U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

Which event of the early 1900s is evidence that Upton Sinclairs novel The Jungle had an important impact on the United States? 1. adoption of reforms in public education 2. passage of legislation limiting immigration 3. adoption of the 18th amendment establishing Prohibition 4. passage of legislation requiring Federal inspection of meat U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

The Fourteen Points and the Atlantic Charter were both 1. statements of post-war goals for establishing world peace 2. plans of victorious nations to divide conquered territories 3. military strategies for defeating enemy nations 4. agreements between nations to eliminate further development of weapons U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

The Fourteen Points and the Atlantic Charter were both 1. statements of post-war goals for establishing world peace 2. plans of victorious nations to divide conquered territories 3. military strategies for defeating enemy nations 4. agreements between nations to eliminate further development of weapons U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 From 1914 to 1916, as World War I raged in Europe, Americans were

not able to remain neutral in thought as well as action mainly because 1. United States membership in military alliances required the nation to fight 2. United States newspapers encouraged a policy of imperialist expansion 3. the warring powers interfered with the United States right to freedom of the seas 4. President Woodrow Wilson supported the war aims of Germany and Austria-Hungary U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

From 1914 to 1916, as World War I raged in Europe, Americans were not able to remain neutral in thought as well as action mainly because 1. United States membership in military alliances required the nation to fight 2. United States newspapers encouraged a policy of imperialist expansion 3. the warring powers interfered with the United States right to freedom of the seas 4. President Woodrow Wilson supported the war aims of Germany and Austria-Hungary U.S. History

Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 After World War I, the opposition of some Members of Congress to the Versailles Treaty was based largely on the idea that the Treaty 1. did not punish the Central Powers harshly enough 2. did not give the United States an important role in world affairs 3. would require the United States to join the League of Nations and might result in a loss of United States sovereignty 4. would require the United States to assume the cost of rebuilding the war-torn European economies U.S. History

Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 After World War I, the opposition of some Members of Congress to the Versailles Treaty was based largely on the idea that the Treaty 1. did not punish the Central Powers harshly enough 2. did not give the United States an important role in world affairs 3. would require the United States to join the League of Nations and might result in a loss of United States sovereignty 4. would require the United States to assume the cost of rebuilding the war-torn European economies U.S. History

Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 President Woodrow Wilsons statement The world must be made safe for democracy was made to justify his decision to 1. end United States imperialism in Latin America 2. support tariff reform 3. send troops into Mexico to capture Pancho Villa 4. ask Congress to declare war against Germany U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

President Woodrow Wilsons statement The world must be made safe for democracy was made to justify his decision to 1. end United States imperialism in Latin America 2. support tariff reform 3. send troops into Mexico to capture Pancho Villa 4. ask Congress to declare war against Germany U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15

What was a major reason for United States entry into World War I? 1. to overthrow the czarist government of Russia 2. to keep Latin America from being attacked by Germany 3. to maintain freedom of the seas 4. to break up the colonial empires of the Allies U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 What was a major reason for United States entry

into World War I? 1. to overthrow the czarist government of Russia 2. to keep Latin America from being attacked by Germany 3. to maintain freedom of the seas 4. to break up the colonial empires of the Allies U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 During World War I, many American women helped gain support for the suffrage movement by

1. protesting against the war 2. joining the military service 3. lobbying for child-care facilities 4. working in wartime industries U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 During World War I, many American women helped gain support for the suffrage movement by 1. protesting against the war 2. joining the military service

3. lobbying for child-care facilities 4. working in wartime industries U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The migration of African Americans to the North during and following World War I was mainly a result of the 1. success of military desegregation 2. efforts of the civil rights movement 3. availability of new factory jobs

4. impact of affirmative action programs U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The migration of African Americans to the North during and following World War I was mainly a result of the 1. success of military desegregation 2. efforts of the civil rights movement 3. availability of new factory jobs 4. impact of affirmative action programs

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 One major reason the United States Senate refused to approve the Treaty of Versailles after World War I was that many senators 1. were concerned about future United States obligations in foreign affairs 2. rejected United States colonial practices in Asia 3. wanted immediate repayment of war debts from France 4. supported increased foreign aid to Germany

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 One major reason the United States Senate refused to approve the Treaty of Versailles after World War I was that many senators 1. were concerned about future United States obligations in foreign affairs 2. rejected United States colonial practices in Asia 3. wanted immediate repayment of war debts from France 4. supported increased foreign aid to Germany

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 After World War I, why did American farmers fail to share in the general economic growth of the United States? 1. Many immigrants were settling in the west and competing with the farmers. 2. The Federal Government reduced the number of acres on which farmers could grow subsidized crops. 3. Farmers could not produce enough to keep up with demand. 4. Overproduction and competition caused falling prices.

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 After World War I, why did American farmers fail to share in the general economic growth of the United States? 1. Many immigrants were settling in the west and competing with the farmers. 2. The Federal Government reduced the number of acres on which farmers could grow subsidized crops. 3. Farmers could not produce enough to keep up with demand. 4. Overproduction and competition caused falling prices.

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s was a period when African Americans 1. left the United States in large numbers to settle in Nigeria 2. created noteworthy works of art and literature 3. migrated to the West in search of land and jobs 4. used civil disobedience to fight segregation in the Armed Forces

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s was a period when African Americans 1. left the United States in large numbers to settle in Nigeria 2. created noteworthy works of art and literature 3. migrated to the West in search of land and jobs 4. used civil disobedience to fight segregation in the Armed Forces

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Public disregard for Prohibition and for laws prohibiting gambling indicates that 1. the American film industry has great influence on public opinion 2. the system of checks and balances does not work 3. attempts to legislate public morality may be met with strong resistance 4. American citizens have little, if any, respect for laws

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Public disregard for Prohibition and for laws prohibiting gambling indicates that 1. the American film industry has great influence on public opinion 2. the system of checks and balances does not work 3. attempts to legislate public morality may be met with strong resistance 4. American citizens have little, if any, respect for laws

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The 1920s are sometimes called the "Roaring Twenties" because 1. foreign trade prospered after World War I 2. the United States assumed a leadership role in world affairs 3. political reforms made government more democratic 4. widespread social and economic change occurred

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 The 1920s are sometimes called the "Roaring Twenties" because 1. foreign trade prospered after World War I 2. the United States assumed a leadership role in world affairs 3. political reforms made government more democratic 4. widespread social and economic change occurred U.S. History

Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which condition increased the negative effects of the Great Depression? 1. Factories had to decrease production because of low demand. 2. Low levels of unemployment created labor shortages. 3. The demand for imported products increased. 4. The Federal Government raised taxes repeatedly. U.S. History

Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which condition increased the negative effects of the Great Depression? 1. Factories had to decrease production because of low demand. 2. Low levels of unemployment created labor shortages. 3. The demand for imported products increased. 4. The Federal Government raised taxes repeatedly. U.S. History

Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 What was one similarity between the Red Scare following World War I and the Cold War following World War II? 1. Fear of communism led to the suppression of the civil liberties of some Americans. 2. Large numbers of Russian revolutionaries set-tled in the United States. 3. Congressional investigations proved that the Federal Government was heavily infiltrated by Communist spies. 4. Renewed fighting between wartime enemies was a constant threat.

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 What was one similarity between the Red Scare following World War I and the Cold War following World War II? 1. Fear of communism led to the suppression of the civil liberties of some Americans. 2. Large numbers of Russian revolutionaries set-tled in the United States. 3. Congressional investigations proved that the Federal Government was heavily infiltrated by Communist spies. 4. Renewed fighting between wartime enemies was a constant threat.

U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 What was one similarity between the Red Scare following World War I and the Cold War following World War II? 1. Fear of communism led to the suppression of the civil liberties of some Americans. 2. Large numbers of Russian revolutionaries settled in the United States. 3. Congressional investigations proved that the Federal Government was heavily infiltrated by Communist spies. 4. Renewed fighting between wartime enemies was a constant

threat. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 What was one similarity between the Red Scare following World War I and the Cold War following World War II? 1. Fear of communism led to the suppression of the civil liberties of some Americans. 2. Large numbers of Russian revolutionaries settled in the United States. 3. Congressional investigations proved that the Federal Government was heavily infiltrated by Communist spies.

4. Renewed fighting between wartime enemies was a constant threat. U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which events best support the image of the 1920s as a decade of nativist sentiment? 1. the passage of the National Origins Act and the rise of the Ku Klux Klan 2. the Scopes trial and the passage of womens suffrage 3. the Washington Naval Conference and the KelloggBriand Pact

4. the growth of the auto industry and the Teapot Dome Affair U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which events best support the image of the 1920s as a decade of nativist sentiment? 1. the passage of the National Origins Act and the rise of the Ku Klux Klan 2. the Scopes trial and the passage of womens suffrage 3. the Washington Naval Conference and the KelloggBriand Pact

4. the growth of the auto industry and the Teapot Dome Affair U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which combination of factors contributed most to the start of the Great Depression of the 1930s? 1. immigration restrictions and a lack of skilled workers 2. high taxes and overspending on social welfare programs 3. United States war debts and the declining value of

the dollar 4. overproduction and the excessive use of credit U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 Which combination of factors contributed most to the start of the Great Depression of the 1930s? 1. immigration restrictions and a lack of skilled workers 2. high taxes and overspending on social welfare programs 3. United States war debts and the declining value of

the dollar 4. overproduction and the excessive use of credit U.S. History Monday, 5-18-15 and Tuesday, 5-19-15 This is the end of the review questions Because our most recent study focused on the Great Depression and beyond, I have not included questions foe these years

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