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  1. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  2. Question Text
  3. Who was President Lincoln's vice-president and the seventeenth president of the United States?
  4. Your Answer
  5. D. Andrew Johnson
  6. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  7. Question Text
  8. Farmers who rented land to farm were called
  9. Your Answer
  10. B. tenant farmers.
  11. Question Number 3        Points: 0.00/5.00
  12. Question Text
  13. After the Civil War, the southern economy was primarily
  14. Your Answer
  15. A. industrial.
  16. Question Number 4        Points: 0.00/5.00
  17. Question Text
  18. Which of the following laws kept freed blacks oppressed in the South?
  19. Your Answer
  20. B. Jim Crow
  21. Question Number 5        Points: 5.00/5.00
  22. Question Text
  23. Which of the following Constitutional Amendments guaranteed due process for all citizens?
  24. Your Answer
  25. C. Fourteenth
  26. Question Number 6        Points: 5.00/5.00
  27. Question Text
  28. Which of the following was a term used to identify congress members who felt that presidential reconstruction was too lenient?
  29. Your Answer
  30. A. Radical Republican
  31. Question Number 7        Points: 5.00/5.00
  32. Question Text
  33. Which state had disputed votes during the election of 1876?
  34. Your Answer
  35. D. South Carolina
  36. Question Number 8        Points: 5.00/5.00
  37. Question Text
  38. Which of the following was a government agency that was charged with providing assistance to former enslaved people and poor whites after the Civil War?
  39. Your Answer
  40. C. Freedmen's Bureau
  41. Question Number 9        Points: 5.00/5.00
  42. Question Text
  43. ________ was the Massachusetts Senator who fought for civil rights for blacks during the Johnson years?
  44. Your Answer
  45. A. Charles Sumner
  46. Question Number 10       Points: 5.00/5.00
  47. Question Text
  48. ________ was a term given to Northern republicans who moved to the South after the Civil War.
  49. Your Answer
  50. A. Carpetbagger
  51.  
  52. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  53. Question Text
  54. Where did the final two tracks of the Transcontinental Railroad meet?
  55. Your Answer
  56. A. Utah
  57. Question Number 2        Points: 0.00/5.00
  58. Question Text
  59. Which track of the Transcontinental Railroad began in Sacramento, CA?
  60. Your Answer
  61. D. Pacific Track
  62. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  63. Question Text
  64. What railroad tycoon was known for consolidating railroads?
  65. Your Answer
  66. C. Vanderbilt
  67. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  68. Question Text
  69. What abundant resource was used to make homes on the prairie?
  70. Your Answer
  71. C. sod
  72. Question Number 5        Points: 5.00/5.00
  73. Question Text
  74. Which of the following was the main economic activity of the plains region?
  75. Your Answer
  76. D. all of the above
  77. Question Number 6        Points: 5.00/5.00
  78. Question Text
  79. Who founded the Grangers?
  80. Your Answer
  81. C. Oliver Kelley
  82. Question Number 7        Points: 0.00/5.00
  83. Question Text
  84. Which of the following pieces of legislation served to break off the communal nature of Native American land ownership?
  85. Your Answer
  86. B. Indian Removal Act
  87. Question Number 8        Points: 5.00/5.00
  88. Question Text
  89. _______ was a meat supplier who went into show business.
  90. Your Answer
  91. D. Buffalo Bill
  92. Question Number 9        Points: 5.00/5.00
  93. Question Text
  94. What was the land set aside for Native American removal called?
  95. Your Answer
  96. B. Reservation
  97. Question Number 10       Points: 0.00/5.00
  98. Question Text
  99. What act required farmers to farm for at least five consecutive years?
  100. Your Answer
  101. C. Dawes Act
  102.  
  103. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  104. Question Text
  105. What is the process of turning raw materials into products?
  106. Your Answer
  107. B. manufacturing
  108. Question Number 2        Points: 0.00/5.00
  109. Question Text
  110. By 1900, about how many women and children worked in factories?
  111. Your Answer
  112. A. 1 million
  113. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  114. Question Text
  115. _______ contributed to the second Industrial Revolution.
  116. Your Answer
  117. D. all of the above
  118. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  119. Question Text
  120. Power looms revolutionized the _______ industry.
  121. Your Answer
  122. A. textile
  123. Question Number 5        Points: 5.00/5.00
  124. Question Text
  125. Who was considered a Captain of Industry or Robber Baron?
  126. Your Answer
  127. D. all of the above
  128. Question Number 6        Points: 0.00/5.00
  129. Question Text
  130. He organized the Standard Oil Trust.
  131. Your Answer
  132. C. John P. Morgan
  133. Question Number 7        Points: 5.00/5.00
  134. Question Text
  135. Horizontal integration means to
  136. Your Answer
  137. C. consolidate companies that produce the same thing.
  138. Question Number 8        Points: 5.00/5.00
  139. Question Text
  140. What occurs under the theory of social Darwinism?
  141. Your Answer
  142. D. The fit will compete and succeed.
  143. Question Number 9        Points: 5.00/5.00
  144. Question Text
  145. Who sold the corporation that became United States Steel Corporation?
  146. Your Answer
  147. B. Andrew Carnegie
  148. Question Number 10       Points: 5.00/5.00
  149. Question Text
  150. Owners of cotton mills provided their young workers with
  151. Your Answer
  152. D. all of the above
  153.  
  154. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  155. Question Text
  156. What percentage of people held most of American's wealth in the late 1800s?
  157. Your Answer
  158. A. 10%
  159. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  160. Question Text
  161. Which of the following were reasons for wanting government control of the railroad and large production entities?
  162. Your Answer
  163. D. all of the above
  164. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  165. Question Text
  166. Which strike were the Pinkertons called to end?
  167. Your Answer
  168. C. Homestead Strike
  169. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  170. Question Text
  171. What is the economic theory that is the opposite of capitalism?
  172. Your Answer
  173. C. socialism
  174. Question Number 5        Points: 0.00/5.00
  175. Question Text
  176. This more radical union included Socialist party members.
  177. Your Answer
  178. B. Knights of Labor
  179. Question Number 6        Points: 5.00/5.00
  180. Question Text
  181. Who led the American Federation of Labor?
  182. Your Answer
  183. B. Samuel Gompers
  184. Question Number 7        Points: 5.00/5.00
  185. Question Text
  186. During economic depressions
  187. Your Answer
  188. A. some employers lowered wages.
  189. Question Number 8        Points: 5.00/5.00
  190. Question Text
  191. What union supported members affected by natural disasters?
  192. Your Answer
  193. A. Farmers' Alliance
  194. Question Number 9        Points: 5.00/5.00
  195. Question Text
  196. What was the average wage per hour in 1900?
  197. Your Answer
  198. C. $0.22
  199. Question Number 10       Points: 5.00/5.00
  200. Question Text
  201. Which of the following were reasons for collective bargaining?
  202. Your Answer
  203. D. all of the above
  204.  
  205. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  206. Question Text
  207. _______ was assassinated by a disgruntled man wanting a job
  208. Your Answer
  209. C. James A. Garfield
  210. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  211. Question Text
  212. He improved the carbon filament in the light bulb.
  213. Your Answer
  214. A. Lewis Latimer
  215. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  216. Question Text
  217. The Freedman's Bureau
  218. Your Answer
  219. D. all of the above
  220. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  221. Question Text
  222. Many people established farms under this federal bill.
  223. Your Answer
  224. A. Homestead Act
  225. Question Number 5        Points: 0.00/5.00
  226. Question Text
  227. The Radical Republicans wanted Lincoln's reconstruction plans to include
  228. Your Answer
  229. D. tariffs on crops.
  230. Question Number 6        Points: 5.00/5.00
  231. Question Text
  232. Over __________ Confederate soldiers died during the Civil War.
  233. Your Answer
  234. C. 250,000
  235. Question Number 7        Points: 5.00/5.00
  236. Question Text
  237. Which of the following acts established the Department of Agriculture?
  238. Your Answer
  239. C. Morrill Land Grant Act
  240. Question Number 8        Points: 5.00/5.00
  241. Question Text
  242. What is a document granting rights to an inventor called?
  243. Your Answer
  244. D. patent
  245. Question Number 9        Points: 5.00/5.00
  246. Question Text
  247. Which of the following people went south looking for opportunities after the war?
  248. Your Answer
  249. A. carpetbaggers
  250. Question Number 10       Points: 5.00/5.00
  251. Question Text
  252. Which group did Samuel Gompers lead?
  253. Your Answer
  254. C. American Federation of Labor
  255. Question Number 11       Points: 5.00/5.00
  256. Question Text
  257. What is an informal alliance with business owners who produce a similar product called?
  258. Your Answer
  259. D. both a and b
  260. Question Number 12       Points: 5.00/5.00
  261. Question Text
  262. Out of what material did many of the pioneer families in the Plains States build houses?
  263. Your Answer
  264. B. sod
  265. Question Number 13       Points: 0.00/5.00
  266. Question Text
  267. Under the Contract Labor Act manufacturers
  268. Your Answer
  269. D. paid factory workers a higher minimum wage.
  270. Question Number 14       Points: 5.00/5.00
  271. Question Text
  272. What did settlers receive under the Homestead Act?
  273. Your Answer
  274. C. 160 acres of land
  275. Question Number 15       Points: 0.00/5.00
  276. Question Text
  277. Who devised plans to improve industrial efficiency?
  278. Your Answer
  279. B. Francis Lowell
  280. Question Number 16       Points: 0.00/5.00
  281. Question Text
  282. Which union included many socialists as members?
  283. Your Answer
  284. C. American Federation of Labor
  285. Question Number 17       Points: 0.00/5.00
  286. Question Text
  287. What is socialism?
  288. Your Answer
  289. A. the antithesis of capitalism
  290. Question Number 18       Points: 5.00/5.00
  291. Question Text
  292. Which of the following acts ended spoils?
  293. Your Answer
  294. A. Pendleton Civil Service Act
  295. Question Number 19       Points: 5.00/5.00
  296. Question Text
  297. What action signified the end of the Civil War?
  298. Your Answer
  299. B. the signing of surrender papers in Appomattox, Virginia
  300. Question Number 20       Points: 0.00/5.00
  301. Question Text
  302. What was the railroad track that began in Omaha, Nebraska and traveled West?
  303. Your Answer
  304. A. Transcontinental Railroad
  305.  
  306. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  307. Question Text
  308. Which form of transportation made it possible for people to move to the suburbs in the late 1800s?
  309. Your Answer
  310. D. all of the above
  311. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  312. Question Text
  313. Which of the following were locations for immigration depots?
  314. Your Answer
  315. D. all of the above
  316. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  317. Question Text
  318. The Statue of Liberty was given to the United States by
  319. Your Answer
  320. D. France.
  321. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  322. Question Text
  323. In what industry did most African-Americans find jobs?
  324. Your Answer
  325. B. domestic services
  326. Question Number 5        Points: 0.00/5.00
  327. Question Text
  328. Between 1880 and 1920, about ________ immigrants came to the United States.
  329. Your Answer
  330. D. 1 million
  331. Question Number 6        Points: 5.00/5.00
  332. Question Text
  333. Which of the following pieces of legislation created a new Mexican Border District?
  334. Your Answer
  335. A. U.S. Immigration Act of 1907
  336. Question Number 7        Points: 0.00/5.00
  337. Question Text
  338. Which of the following were organizations that wanted federal legislation to control immigration?
  339. Your Answer
  340. A. American Protective Association
  341. Question Number 8        Points: 5.00/5.00
  342. Question Text
  343. Who published the book The Philadelphia Negro?
  344. Your Answer
  345. A. W. E. B. Du Bois
  346. Question Number 9        Points: 5.00/5.00
  347. Question Text
  348. What were low-cost apartment buildings commonly called?
  349. Your Answer
  350. C. tenements
  351. Question Number 10       Points: 5.00/5.00
  352. Question Text
  353. Why did African-Americans migrate to northern cities?
  354. Your Answer
  355. D. all of the above
  356.  
  357. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  358. Question Text
  359. Which of the following was a popular women's collegiate sport?
  360. Your Answer
  361. A. cycling
  362. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  363. Question Text
  364. Which of the following are reasons why the United States entered the Spanish-American War?
  365. Your Answer
  366. D. all of the above
  367. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  368. Question Text
  369. The United States showed its position as a world power when it settled a dispute between which of the following nations?
  370. Your Answer
  371. C. Great Britain and Venezuela
  372. Question Number 4        Points: 0.00/5.00
  373. Question Text
  374. Which of the following were reasons for increasing higher education opportunities?
  375. Your Answer
  376. B. technological advances
  377. Question Number 5        Points: 5.00/5.00
  378. Question Text
  379. Who believed that economic security should be placed ahead of integration?
  380. Your Answer
  381. C. Booker T. Washington
  382. Question Number 6        Points: 5.00/5.00
  383. Question Text
  384. Which country is geographically closest to the United States?
  385. Your Answer
  386. B. Cuba
  387. Question Number 7        Points: 5.00/5.00
  388. Question Text
  389. The public school taught
  390. Your Answer
  391. A. literacy skills.
  392. Question Number 8        Points: 5.00/5.00
  393. Question Text
  394. Which of the following is a women's college?
  395. Your Answer
  396. B. Smith
  397. Question Number 9        Points: 5.00/5.00
  398. Question Text
  399. Which of the following were reasons for U.S. imperialism?
  400. Your Answer
  401. A. to open new markets
  402. Question Number 10       Points: 5.00/5.00
  403. Question Text
  404. Which of the following is true about imperialism?
  405. Your Answer
  406. D. all of the above
  407.  
  408. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  409. Question Text
  410. At the beginning of World War I, the United States
  411. Your Answer
  412. B. stayed neutral.
  413. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  414. Question Text
  415. Which of the following battles occurred at the end of World War I?
  416. Your Answer
  417. A. Battle of the Argonne Forest
  418. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  419. Question Text
  420. The Treaty of Versailles
  421. Your Answer
  422. A. included a 33 billion dollar bill for Germany.
  423. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  424. Question Text
  425. What country allied with Austria-Hungary during World War I?
  426. Your Answer
  427. A. Germany
  428. Question Number 5        Points: 0.00/5.00
  429. Question Text
  430. What weapons were used during World War I?
  431. Your Answer
  432. D. all of the above
  433. Question Number 6        Points: 5.00/5.00
  434. Question Text
  435. President Wilson's Fourteen Points after WWI included
  436. Your Answer
  437. D. all of the above
  438. Question Number 7        Points: 5.00/5.00
  439. Question Text
  440. What did the War Industries Board do?
  441. Your Answer
  442. B. managed the purchase of military supplies
  443. Question Number 8        Points: 0.00/5.00
  444. Question Text
  445. What country was not allowed to join the League of Nations?
  446. Your Answer
  447. A. Italy
  448. Question Number 9        Points: 0.00/5.00
  449. Question Text
  450. Wilson's League of Nations
  451. Your Answer
  452. A. created a new Navy.
  453. Question Number 10       Points: 5.00/5.00
  454. Question Text
  455. The assassination of _________ was one of the triggers for World War I.
  456. Your Answer
  457. A. Archduke Ferdinand
  458.  
  459. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  460. Question Text
  461. The boss of a political machine
  462. Your Answer
  463. D. all of the above
  464. Question Number 2        Points: 0.00/5.00
  465. Question Text
  466. Which of the following laws was deemed illegal by the federal government?
  467. Your Answer
  468. D. none of the above
  469. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  470. Question Text
  471. City public services were paid for by
  472. Your Answer
  473. B. tax money.
  474. Question Number 4        Points: 0.00/5.00
  475. Question Text
  476. The repeal of this legislation kept employers from recruiting foreign workers.
  477. Your Answer
  478. A. Webb Alien Land Law
  479. Question Number 5        Points: 0.00/5.00
  480. Question Text
  481. Where did the settlement house movement begin?
  482. Your Answer
  483. A. Chicago
  484. Question Number 6        Points: 5.00/5.00
  485. Question Text
  486. Who led the U.S. Navy during the Spanish-American War?
  487. Your Answer
  488. A. George Dewey
  489. Question Number 7        Points: 0.00/5.00
  490. Question Text
  491. The middle class moved into
  492. Your Answer
  493. D. city apartments.
  494. Question Number 8        Points: 5.00/5.00
  495. Question Text
  496. At the beginning of World War I, the United States
  497. Your Answer
  498. B. stayed neutral.
  499. Question Number 9        Points: 5.00/5.00
  500. Question Text
  501. What was the first Chicago settlement house called?
  502. Your Answer
  503. A. Hull House
  504. Question Number 10       Points: 5.00/5.00
  505. Question Text
  506. What jobs were classified as professional?
  507. Your Answer
  508. D. none of the above
  509. Question Number 11       Points: 5.00/5.00
  510. Question Text
  511. Some professional organizations
  512. Your Answer
  513. D. all of the above
  514. Question Number 12       Points: 5.00/5.00
  515. Question Text
  516. This legislation regulated railroad rates.
  517. Your Answer
  518. B. Interstate Commerce Act
  519. Question Number 13       Points: 5.00/5.00
  520. Question Text
  521. Whose U.S. Treasury spending habits preceded a late 1800s depression?
  522. Your Answer
  523. C. Benjamin Harrison
  524. Question Number 14       Points: 5.00/5.00
  525. Question Text
  526. The Panama Canal
  527. Your Answer
  528. D. all of the above
  529. Question Number 15       Points: 5.00/5.00
  530. Question Text
  531. Which of the following was a Populist party candidate?
  532. Your Answer
  533. C. both a and b
  534. Question Number 16       Points: 5.00/5.00
  535. Question Text
  536. ________ is a document that established naval bases in Cuba.
  537. Your Answer
  538. C. Platt Amendment
  539. Question Number 17       Points: 5.00/5.00
  540. Question Text
  541. Which of the following men wrote fictional novels?
  542. Your Answer
  543. A. L. Frank Baum
  544. Question Number 18       Points: 5.00/5.00
  545. Question Text
  546. What was it called when groups organized to back a political official?
  547. Your Answer
  548. B. political machine
  549. Question Number 19       Points: 5.00/5.00
  550. Question Text
  551. Which of the following was U.S. territory after the Spanish American War?
  552. Your Answer
  553. D. all of the above
  554. Question Number 20       Points: 5.00/5.00
  555. Question Text
  556. The assassination of _________ was one of the triggers for World War I.
  557. Your Answer
  558. A. Archduke Ferdinand
  559. Question Number 21       Points: 5.00/5.00
  560. Question Text
  561. The Populist party platform included
  562. Your Answer
  563. D. all of the above
  564. Question Number 22       Points: 5.00/5.00
  565. Question Text
  566. What weapons were used during World War I?
  567. Your Answer
  568. C. machine guns
  569. Question Number 23       Points: 5.00/5.00
  570. Question Text
  571. Which of the following people was a Hawaiian pineapple planter?
  572. Your Answer
  573. A. Sanford Dole
  574. Question Number 24       Points: 5.00/5.00
  575. Question Text
  576. Which of the following battles occurred at the end of World War I?
  577. Your Answer
  578. A. Battle of the Argonne Forest
  579. Question Number 25       Points: 5.00/5.00
  580. Question Text
  581. What country allied with Austria-Hungary during World War I?
  582. Your Answer
  583. A. Germany
  584.  
  585. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  586. Question Text
  587. This text exposed the horrors of the meatpacking industry.
  588. Your Answer
  589. C. The Jungle
  590. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  591. Question Text
  592. These journalists uncovered political corruption and unsafe working conditions in cities.
  593. Your Answer
  594. B. muckrakers
  595. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  596. Question Text
  597. Who exposed the Standard Oil Trust in articles written for McClure's Magazine?
  598. Your Answer
  599. D. Ida Tarbell
  600. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  601. Question Text
  602. Which of the following legislation passed to support the Eighteenth Amendment?
  603. Your Answer
  604. A. Volstead Act
  605. Question Number 5        Points: 5.00/5.00
  606. Question Text
  607. He supported progressive reforms as governor of Wisconsin.
  608. Your Answer
  609. A. Robert La Follette
  610. Question Number 6        Points: 5.00/5.00
  611. Question Text
  612. Reasons for the Temperance Movement include which of the following?
  613. Your Answer
  614. D. all of the above
  615. Question Number 7        Points: 5.00/5.00
  616. Question Text
  617. _______ is an antonym of temperance.
  618. Your Answer
  619. B. Excess
  620. Question Number 8        Points: 5.00/5.00
  621. Question Text
  622. Al Capone was convicted of
  623. Your Answer
  624. C. tax evasion.
  625. Question Number 9        Points: 5.00/5.00
  626. Question Text
  627. Progressives wanted
  628. Your Answer
  629. D. none of the above
  630. Question Number 10       Points: 5.00/5.00
  631. Question Text
  632. During prohibition, where was it was legal to produce alcohol?
  633. Your Answer
  634. A. Canada
  635.  
  636. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  637. Question Text
  638. The avoidance of economic and political alliances is called
  639. Your Answer
  640. C. isolationism.
  641. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  642. Question Text
  643. Which of the following is true regarding Henry Ford's cars?
  644. Your Answer
  645. D. all of the above
  646. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  647. Question Text
  648. Who wrote the African-American National Anthem?
  649. Your Answer
  650. B. James Weldon Johnson
  651. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  652. Question Text
  653. _______ was the African-American cultural rebirth during the 1920s.
  654. Your Answer
  655. D. Harlem Renaissance
  656. Question Number 5        Points: 5.00/5.00
  657. Question Text
  658. Lifestyle changes during the 1920s include
  659. Your Answer
  660. D. all of the above
  661. Question Number 6        Points: 5.00/5.00
  662. Question Text
  663. The National Broadcast System
  664. Your Answer
  665. A. is affiliated with radio stations.
  666. Question Number 7        Points: 5.00/5.00
  667. Question Text
  668. In 1927, companies spent over _____ in advertising dollars.
  669. Your Answer
  670. D. 1.5 billion
  671. Question Number 8        Points: 5.00/5.00
  672. Question Text
  673. He painted realistic scenes.
  674. Your Answer
  675. C. Edward Hopper
  676. Question Number 9        Points: 5.00/5.00
  677. Question Text
  678. An economy built upon people's ability to purchase goods is called a
  679. Your Answer
  680. B. consumer economy.
  681. Question Number 10       Points: 5.00/5.00
  682. Question Text
  683. What was the largest industry in the United States during the 1920s?
  684. Your Answer
  685. A. automobile
  686.  
  687. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  688. Question Text
  689. What is the most basic aspect of a boom-and-bust cycle?
  690. Your Answer
  691. B. Rapid prices changes
  692. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  693. Question Text
  694. Which act strengthened the Interstate Commerce Commission?
  695. Your Answer
  696. C. Hepburn Act
  697. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  698. Question Text
  699. How many people attended movies by 1930?
  700. Your Answer
  701. B. 90 million per week
  702. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  703. Question Text
  704. What state extended suffrage to women before 1920?
  705. Your Answer
  706. A. Wyoming
  707. Question Number 5        Points: 5.00/5.00
  708. Question Text
  709. The Red Scare was the fear of
  710. Your Answer
  711. B. communism.
  712. Question Number 6        Points: 5.00/5.00
  713. Question Text
  714. Who was the Secretary of the Treasury during the Coolidge administration?
  715. Your Answer
  716. B. Andrew Mellon
  717. Question Number 7        Points: 5.00/5.00
  718. Question Text
  719. "The Jazz Singer" was
  720. Your Answer
  721. B. the first film with sound.
  722. Question Number 8        Points: 5.00/5.00
  723. Question Text
  724. The Espionage Act allowed the government to
  725. Your Answer
  726. D. limit free speech.
  727. Question Number 9        Points: 5.00/5.00
  728. Question Text
  729. What Constitutional amendment gave women the national right to vote?
  730. Your Answer
  731. C. Nineteenth
  732. Question Number 10       Points: 5.00/5.00
  733. Question Text
  734. Which of the following was legal in Tennessee in 1920?
  735. Your Answer
  736. A. teaching creationism
  737. Question Number 11       Points: 5.00/5.00
  738. Question Text
  739. ________ homes bought radios in the 1920s.
  740. Your Answer
  741. A. 14 million
  742. Question Number 12       Points: 5.00/5.00
  743. Question Text
  744. Buying stocks on margin means to
  745. Your Answer
  746. B. buy stocks with credit.
  747. Question Number 13       Points: 5.00/5.00
  748. Question Text
  749. Most Americans earned
  750. Your Answer
  751. D. under $2,000 per year.
  752. Question Number 14       Points: 5.00/5.00
  753. Question Text
  754. He set up raids to search for Communists.
  755. Your Answer
  756. A. Mitchell Palmer
  757. Question Number 15       Points: 0.00/5.00
  758. Question Text
  759. The flapper represented
  760. Your Answer
  761. A. a style of dress.
  762. Question Number 16       Points: 5.00/5.00
  763. Question Text
  764. What is an example of a product that experiences yearly increases and decreases in prices?
  765. Your Answer
  766. B. Christmas Toys
  767. Question Number 17       Points: 5.00/5.00
  768. Question Text
  769. What did the National Woman's Suffrage Association become after passage of the Nineteenth Amendment?
  770. Your Answer
  771. C. League of Women Voters
  772. Question Number 18       Points: 5.00/5.00
  773. Question Text
  774. What was the business attitude of Calvin Coolidge?
  775. Your Answer
  776. C. laissez-faire
  777. Question Number 19       Points: 5.00/5.00
  778. Question Text
  779. The scandal involving giving oil-drilling rights to private companies was called
  780. Your Answer
  781. A. the Teapot Dome scandal.
  782. Question Number 20       Points: 5.00/5.00
  783. Question Text
  784. This gave voters the right to decide if a bill or legislative amendment should be passed.
  785. Your Answer
  786. A. referendum
  787. Question Number 21       Points: 5.00/5.00
  788. Question Text
  789. Who prosecuted John Scopes?
  790. Your Answer
  791. A. William Jennings Bryan
  792. Question Number 22       Points: 5.00/5.00
  793. Question Text
  794. Which act protected labor union activity from being considered a monopoly?
  795. Your Answer
  796. D. Clayton Antitrust Act
  797. Question Number 23       Points: 0.00/5.00
  798. Question Text
  799. How do today's boom-and-bust cycles differ from those in years past?
  800. Your Answer
  801. A. Although the world is more global, they are still more geographically confined.
  802. Question Number 24       Points: 0.00/5.00
  803. Question Text
  804. What is one reason for the crash in the boom-and-bust cycle?
  805. Your Answer
  806. B. Prices rise too high, causing supply to decrease.
  807. Question Number 25       Points: 0.00/5.00
  808. Question Text
  809. What can lead to a stock market crash?
  810. Your Answer
  811. B. Industries removing commodities from the market
  812.  
  813. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  814. Question Text
  815. Which of the following is true about imperialism?
  816. Your Answer
  817. D. all of the above
  818. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  819. Question Text
  820. Which of the following were reasons for increasing higher education opportunities?
  821. Your Answer
  822. D. all of the above
  823. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  824. Question Text
  825. In what industry did most African-Americans find jobs?
  826. Your Answer
  827. B. domestic services
  828. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  829. Question Text
  830. Who exposed the Standard Oil Trust in articles written for McClure's Magazine?
  831. Your Answer
  832. D. Ida Tarbell
  833. Question Number 5        Points: 5.00/5.00
  834. Question Text
  835. In which industry is a paper mill employee classified?
  836. Your Answer
  837. A. manufacturing and mechanical
  838. Question Number 6        Points: 1.66/5.00
  839. Question Text
  840. Which of the following was neccesary to qualify for a land grant under the Homestead Act?
  841. Your Answer
  842. 7946960:A. The applicant must be at least 21 years old,7946961:B. The applicant must pay $10,7946962:C. The applicant must demonstrate sufficient knowledge of farming and and agriculture
  843. Question Number 7        Points: 5.00/5.00
  844. Question Text
  845. What group of people rented land to farm?
  846. Your Answer
  847. B. tenant farmers
  848. Question Number 8        Points: 5.00/5.00
  849. Question Text
  850. Which of the following were reasons for U.S. imperialism?
  851. Your Answer
  852. A. to open new markets
  853. Question Number 9        Points: 5.00/5.00
  854. Question Text
  855. _______ was the African-American cultural rebirth during the 1920s.
  856. Your Answer
  857. D. Harlem Renaissance
  858. Question Number 10       Points: 5.00/5.00
  859. Question Text
  860. The public school taught
  861. Your Answer
  862. A. literacy skills.
  863. Question Number 11       Points: 5.00/5.00
  864. Question Text
  865. In the late 1800s, most American wealth was held by what percentage of Americans?
  866. Your Answer
  867. C. less than 10 percent
  868. Question Number 12       Points: 3.33/5.00
  869. Question Text
  870. Under the Homestead Act, which of the following requirements did homesteaders have to meet?
  871. Your Answer
  872. 7946965:B. They had to farm the land for at least 5 consecutive years,7946967:D. They had to build a house on the land
  873. Question Number 13       Points: 0.00/5.00
  874. Question Text
  875. Which of the following is a reason people invested in companies?
  876. Your Answer
  877. C. could make more money
  878. Question Number 14       Points: 0.00/5.00
  879. Question Text
  880. Which of the following statement(s) is true?
  881. Your Answer
  882. B. The number of women who worked on the railroad more than quadrupled between 1870 and 1890.
  883. Question Number 15       Points: 5.00/5.00
  884. Question Text
  885. _______ is an antonym of temperance.
  886. Your Answer
  887. B. Excess
  888. Question Number 16       Points: 5.00/5.00
  889. Question Text
  890. These journalists uncovered political corruption and unsafe working conditions in cities.
  891. Your Answer
  892. B. muckrakers
  893. Question Number 17       Points: 5.00/5.00
  894. Question Text
  895. The Statue of Liberty was given to the United States by
  896. Your Answer
  897. D. France.
  898. Question Number 18       Points: 5.00/5.00
  899. Question Text
  900. What occurred on October 29, 1929?
  901. Your Answer
  902. D. all of the above
  903. Question Number 19       Points: 5.00/5.00
  904. Question Text
  905. An economy built upon people's ability to purchase goods is called a
  906. Your Answer
  907. B. consumer economy.
  908. Question Number 20       Points: 5.00/5.00
  909. Question Text
  910. Why did African-Americans migrate to northern cities?
  911. Your Answer
  912. D. all of the above
  913. Question Number 21       Points: 5.00/5.00
  914. Question Text
  915. Which of the following was used to legalize discrimination against African-American Southerners?
  916. Your Answer
  917. A. black codes
  918. Question Number 22       Points: 5.00/5.00
  919. Question Text
  920. Who wrote the African-American National Anthem?
  921. Your Answer
  922. B. James Weldon Johnson
  923. Question Number 23       Points: 5.00/5.00
  924. Question Text
  925. When a person has ownership in a company, what do they have?
  926. Your Answer
  927. A. stock
  928. Question Number 24       Points: 5.00/5.00
  929. Question Text
  930. What country allied with Austria-Hungary during World War I?
  931. Your Answer
  932. A. Germany
  933. Question Number 25       Points: 5.00/5.00
  934. Question Text
  935. Between 1880 and 1920, about ________ immigrants came to the United States.
  936. Your Answer
  937. B. 10 million
  938. Question Number 26       Points: 5.00/5.00
  939. Question Text
  940. Reasons for the Temperance Movement include which of the following?
  941. Your Answer
  942. D. all of the above
  943. Question Number 27       Points: 5.00/5.00
  944. Question Text
  945. In 1927, companies spent over _____ in advertising dollars.
  946. Your Answer
  947. D. 1.5 billion
  948. Question Number 28       Points: 5.00/5.00
  949. Question Text
  950. Many socialists joined this union.
  951. Your Answer
  952. C. Industrial Workers of the World
  953. Question Number 29       Points: 5.00/5.00
  954. Question Text
  955. The assassination of _________ was one of the triggers for World War I.
  956. Your Answer
  957. A. Archduke Ferdinand
  958. Question Number 30       Points: 5.00/5.00
  959. Question Text
  960. After the stock market crash, banks
  961. Your Answer
  962. A. lost money and closed.
  963. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  964. Question Text
  965. Who rose to power in Germany during the 1930s?
  966. Your Answer
  967. B. Adolph Hitler
  968. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  969. Question Text
  970. He served as the American President during World War II.
  971. Your Answer
  972. D. Franklin D. Roosevelt
  973. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  974. Question Text
  975. Who was the leader in Japan who advocated war with the United States during the 1940s?
  976. Your Answer
  977. C. General Hideki Toyo
  978. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  979. Question Text
  980. What term means "lightning war"?
  981. Your Answer
  982. A. blitzkrieg
  983. Question Number 5        Points: 5.00/5.00
  984. Question Text
  985. ________ was known as a Fascist leader in Italy during WWII.
  986. Your Answer
  987. D. Benito Mussolini
  988.  
  989. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  990. Question Text
  991. He led a successful military campaign in Egypt.
  992. Your Answer
  993. C. General Bernard Montgomery
  994. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  995. Question Text
  996. What was considered the turning point of World War II on the Eastern Front?
  997. Your Answer
  998. D. Battle of Stalingrad
  999. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1000. Question Text
  1001. Who served as the Army Chief of Staff under President Franklin D. Roosevelt?
  1002. Your Answer
  1003. A. General George Marshall
  1004. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1005. Question Text
  1006. What was considered a major turning point for the war in the Pacific?
  1007. Your Answer
  1008. D. Battle of Midway
  1009. Question Number 5        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1010. Question Text
  1011. What event took place in November 1945  in which twenty-four Nazis were accused of committing war crimes against humanity?
  1012. Your Answer
  1013. D. Nuremberg Trials
  1014. Question Number 6        Points: 0.00/5.00
  1015. Question Text
  1016. What federal agency was created in 1943 to coordinate issues related to war production?
  1017. Your Answer
  1018. A. War Production Board
  1019. Question Number 7        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1020. Question Text
  1021. Which of the following were issued in 1947, declaring the United States would support nations being threatened by communism?
  1022. Your Answer
  1023. B. Truman Doctrine
  1024. Question Number 8        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1025. Question Text
  1026. What meeting was held in 1945 between Churchill, Stalin, and Roosevelt, in which post-war Europe was the priority?
  1027. Your Answer
  1028. D. Yalta Conference
  1029. Question Number 9        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1030. Question Text
  1031. _______ was a Soviet blockade during 1948-1949, which led to air support from the United States and British Forces.
  1032. Your Answer
  1033. D. Berlin Airlift
  1034. Question Number 10       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1035. Question Text
  1036. Which of the following was NOT a method of boosting the American economy during World War II?
  1037. Your Answer
  1038. D. wildcat strikes
  1039. Question Number 11       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1040. Question Text
  1041. Who served as the Allied Commander of the Southwest Pacific during World War II?
  1042. Your Answer
  1043. D. Douglas MacArthur
  1044. Question Number 12       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1045. Question Text
  1046. What were the remote, barrack-like locations used to house Japanese living along the west coast of the United States during World War II called?
  1047. Your Answer
  1048. C. internment camps
  1049. Question Number 13       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1050. Question Text
  1051. The attack on ________ was considered the second major attack by the Japanese after Pearl Harbor.
  1052. Your Answer
  1053. A. Clark Field
  1054. Question Number 14       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1055. Question Text
  1056. What group established in 1942 had the goal of ending racism?
  1057. Your Answer
  1058. D. CORE
  1059. Question Number 15       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1060. Question Text
  1061. Which of the following was an agreement between the United States and Great Britain that eventually served as a model for the United Nations?
  1062. Your Answer
  1063. B. Atlantic Charter
  1064. Question Number 16       Points: 0.00/5.00
  1065. Question Text
  1066. What was issued as a means of increasing the number of Americans paying taxes?
  1067. Your Answer
  1068. B. Fair Employment Practice Committee
  1069. Question Number 17       Points: 0.00/5.00
  1070. Question Text
  1071. Who was an early supporter of an invasion of Western Europe?
  1072. Your Answer
  1073. D. none of the above
  1074. Question Number 18       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1075. Question Text
  1076. What was the belief held during the cold war regarding neighboring countries of communist countries all falling victim to communism known as?
  1077. Your Answer
  1078. C. domino theory
  1079. Question Number 19       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1080. Question Text
  1081. This term refers to suicide bombers from World War II.
  1082. Your Answer
  1083. C. kamikazes
  1084. Question Number 20       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1085. Question Text
  1086. _______ was created in 1949 with the purpose of its members agreeing to protect one another against armed attacks.
  1087. Your Answer
  1088. D. NATO
  1089. Question Number 21       Points: 0.00/5.00
  1090. Question Text
  1091. ________ constructed an atomic bomb for the U.S. government.
  1092. Your Answer
  1093. D. Albert Einstein
  1094. Question Number 22       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1095. Question Text
  1096. Who were the secret police in Germany that ensured Jews obeyed laws?
  1097. Your Answer
  1098. B. Gestapo
  1099.  
  1100. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1101. Question Text
  1102. What was the belief held during the cold war regarding neighboring countries of communist countries all falling victim to communism known as?
  1103. Your Answer
  1104. C. domino theory
  1105. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1106. Question Text
  1107. Launched by the Soviets in 1957, _______ was the first artificial satellite to orbit the earth.
  1108. Your Answer
  1109. A. Sputnik
  1110. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1111. Question Text
  1112. Which of the following referred to the theory of isolating or resisting the spread of communism?
  1113. Your Answer
  1114. C. containment
  1115. Question Number 4        Points: 0.00/5.00
  1116. Question Text
  1117. Which of the following was introduced in 1947, stating that the United States would provide economic aid to Western Europe?
  1118. Your Answer
  1119. A. Truman Doctrine
  1120. Question Number 5        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1121. Question Text
  1122. Which of the following were issued in 1947, declaring the United States would support nations being threatened by communism?
  1123. Your Answer
  1124. B. Truman Doctrine
  1125.  
  1126. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1127. Question Text
  1128. Which of the following were issued in 1947, declaring the United States would support nations being threatened by communism?
  1129. Your Answer
  1130. B. Truman Doctrine
  1131. Question Number 2        Points: 0.00/5.00
  1132. Question Text
  1133. What was implemented by the United States in which the President had the authority to provide aid to any nation whose defense was in jeopardy and served as a threat to American national security?
  1134. Your Answer
  1135. D. Gulf of Tonkin Resolution
  1136. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1137. Question Text
  1138. What was the belief held during the cold war regarding neighboring countries of communist countries all falling victim to communism known as?
  1139. Your Answer
  1140. C. domino theory
  1141. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1142. Question Text
  1143. Which of the following was a meeting between Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill to discuss the postwar world?
  1144. Your Answer
  1145. B. Yalta Conference
  1146. Question Number 5        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1147. Question Text
  1148. Which of the following was a massive invasion off of Normandy on June 6 1944?
  1149. Your Answer
  1150. C. D-Day
  1151. Question Number 6        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1152. Question Text
  1153. What was the name of the first naval battle that relied completely on air power?
  1154. Your Answer
  1155. D. Battle of Coral Sea
  1156. Question Number 7        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1157. Question Text
  1158. What event took place in November 1945  in which twenty-four Nazis were accused of committing war crimes against humanity?
  1159. Your Answer
  1160. D. Nuremberg Trials
  1161. Question Number 8        Points: 0.00/5.00
  1162. Question Text
  1163. Ultimately, what led the way for Allied forces to attack Japan?
  1164. Your Answer
  1165. A. island hopping
  1166. Question Number 9        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1167. Question Text
  1168. Who headed the United Mine Workers during World War II?
  1169. Your Answer
  1170. B. John Lewis
  1171. Question Number 10       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1172. Question Text
  1173. ________ is a system in which the government has complete ownership of the land and property.
  1174. Your Answer
  1175. C. Communism
  1176. Question Number 11       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1177. Question Text
  1178. Who was an American civil rights activist during World War II?
  1179. Your Answer
  1180. A. A Philip Randolph
  1181. Question Number 12       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1182. Question Text
  1183. Who were the secret police in Germany that ensured Jews obeyed laws?
  1184. Your Answer
  1185. B. Gestapo
  1186.  
  1187. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1188. Question Text
  1189. Which of the following events eventually led to a "hotline" between the United States and Soviet Union?
  1190. Your Answer
  1191. B. Cuban Missile Crisis
  1192. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1193. Question Text
  1194. This was ratified in 1963 by the Soviet Union and United States, in which both sides agreed to test nuclear weapons underground.
  1195. Your Answer
  1196. B. Limited Test Ban
  1197. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1198. Question Text
  1199. Which of the following was a failed attack on Cuba in 1961?
  1200. Your Answer
  1201. A. Bay of Pigs Invasion
  1202. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1203. Question Text
  1204. Who was the President who dealt with the Bay of Pigs Invasion, Cuban Missile Crisis, and the construction of the Berlin Wall?
  1205. Your Answer
  1206. D. President John F. Kennedy
  1207. Question Number 5        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1208. Question Text
  1209. The first televised presidential debate was between John F. Kennedy and
  1210. Your Answer
  1211. C. Richard M. Nixon.
  1212. Question Number 6        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1213. Question Text
  1214. Who served as an Attorney General during the Kennedy Administration?
  1215. Your Answer
  1216. B. Robert Kennedy
  1217. Question Number 7        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1218. Question Text
  1219. Which of the following presidents graduated from Harvard University?
  1220. Your Answer
  1221. D. John F. Kennedy
  1222. Question Number 8        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1223. Question Text
  1224. What was issued by Kennedy that called for cooperation among nations in the western hemisphere to meet the basic needs of their people?
  1225. Your Answer
  1226. D. Alliance for Progress
  1227. Question Number 9        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1228. Question Text
  1229. Which event impacted the integrity of the United States government?
  1230. Your Answer
  1231. D. Bay of Pigs Invasion
  1232. Question Number 10       Points: 0.00/5.00
  1233. Question Text
  1234. Who supported an aggressive attack on Cuba due to their acceptance of Soviet missiles?
  1235. Your Answer
  1236. A. President Kennedy
  1237.  
  1238. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1239. Question Text
  1240. Who was known for his keen knack of pushing legislation through Congress?
  1241. Your Answer
  1242. A. Lyndon B. Johnson
  1243. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1244. Question Text
  1245. Who was the President who inherited the Vietnam problem and escalated the war?
  1246. Your Answer
  1247. D. President Lyndon B. Johnson
  1248. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1249. Question Text
  1250. _______ supported the Nation of Islam during the 1950s and 1960s.
  1251. Your Answer
  1252. D. Malcolm X
  1253. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1254. Question Text
  1255. During whose administration was VISTA implemented?
  1256. Your Answer
  1257. B. Lyndon B. Johnson
  1258. Question Number 5        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1259. Question Text
  1260. Of which of the following was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. one of the primary founders?
  1261. Your Answer
  1262. D. SCLC
  1263. Question Number 6        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1264. Question Text
  1265. Who was the feminist leader and journalist who created Ms. magazine in an effort to shed light on women's issues?
  1266. Your Answer
  1267. A. Gloria Steinem
  1268. Question Number 7        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1269. Question Text
  1270. Who wrote Feminine Mystique?
  1271. Your Answer
  1272. D. Betty Freidan
  1273. Question Number 8        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1274. Question Text
  1275. ________ was founded by Betty Freidan in the hopes of liberating women.
  1276. Your Answer
  1277. B. NOW
  1278. Question Number 9        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1279. Question Text
  1280. Which feminist journalist earned fame during the 1960s?
  1281. Your Answer
  1282. C. Gloria Steinem
  1283. Question Number 10       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1284. Question Text
  1285. Which of the following was known for leading groups with nonviolent forms of protest?
  1286. Your Answer
  1287. B. Martin L. King, Jr.
  1288.  
  1289. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1290. Question Text
  1291. ________ gave President Johnson the authority to lead the United States into war with Vietnam if he deemed it necessary.
  1292. Your Answer
  1293. D. Gulf of Tonkin Resolution
  1294. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1295. Question Text
  1296. Who was the Secretary of Defense under Presidents Kennedy and Johnson?
  1297. Your Answer
  1298. D. Robert McNamara
  1299. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1300. Question Text
  1301. Which president's ideal response to Vietnam was to send military advisors?
  1302. Your Answer
  1303. B. President Kennedy
  1304. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1305. Question Text
  1306. Who was the first president to ever resign from office?
  1307. Your Answer
  1308. C. Richard M. Nixon
  1309. Question Number 5        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1310. Question Text
  1311. Who was a close advisor to President Nixon?
  1312. Your Answer
  1313. D. Henry Kissinger
  1314. Question Number 6        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1315. Question Text
  1316. Some questioned this president's honesty when he announced on television the events surrounding the Gulf of Tonkin Incident.
  1317. Your Answer
  1318. B. President Johnson
  1319. Question Number 7        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1320. Question Text
  1321. What was the brutal killing of innocent civilians in Vietnam known as?
  1322. Your Answer
  1323. D. My Lai Massacre
  1324. Question Number 8        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1325. Question Text
  1326. Who landed on the moon in 1969?
  1327. Your Answer
  1328. A. Neil Armstrong
  1329.  
  1330. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1331. Question Text
  1332. This was ratified in 1963 by the Soviet Union and United States, in which both sides agreed to test nuclear weapons underground.
  1333. Your Answer
  1334. B. Limited Test Ban
  1335. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1336. Question Text
  1337. Whose reputation was glorified due to his service in World War II on PT 109?
  1338. Your Answer
  1339. C. John F. Kennedy
  1340. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1341. Question Text
  1342. Which president made great strides during his administration to improve relations with China and the Soviet Union?
  1343. Your Answer
  1344. C. President Nixon
  1345. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1346. Question Text
  1347. Who served as Vice President under Kennedy?
  1348. Your Answer
  1349. C. Lyndon B. Johnson
  1350. Question Number 5        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1351. Question Text
  1352. _______ was the Republican candidate who ran against John F. Kennedy in the 1960 election.
  1353. Your Answer
  1354. C. Richard M. Nixon
  1355. Question Number 6        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1356. Question Text
  1357. Which of the following events eventually led to a "hotline" between the United States and Soviet Union?
  1358. Your Answer
  1359. B. Cuban Missile Crisis
  1360. Question Number 7        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1361. Question Text
  1362. Who headed up the investigation into the Kennedy assassination?
  1363. Your Answer
  1364. D. Earl Warren
  1365. Question Number 8        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1366. Question Text
  1367. What was issued by Kennedy that called for cooperation among nations in the western hemisphere to meet the basic needs of their people?
  1368. Your Answer
  1369. D. Alliance for Progress
  1370. Question Number 9        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1371. Question Text
  1372. Comparisons were made between this president and King Arthur in Camelot.
  1373. Your Answer
  1374. A. John F. Kennedy
  1375. Question Number 10       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1376. Question Text
  1377. Which of the following was an incident where hundreds of innocent civilians were brutally murdered by American soldiers?
  1378. Your Answer
  1379. D. My Lai Massacre
  1380. Question Number 11       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1381. Question Text
  1382. _______ opposed President Kennedy during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
  1383. Your Answer
  1384. B. Nikita Khrushchev
  1385. Question Number 12       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1386. Question Text
  1387. Which president was involved in the Watergate scandal?
  1388. Your Answer
  1389. B. Nixon
  1390. Question Number 13       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1391. Question Text
  1392. What was the policy of replacing American military forces with those of South Vietnam called?
  1393. Your Answer
  1394. C. Vietnamization
  1395. Question Number 14       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1396. Question Text
  1397. Who was the Communist dictator who rose to power in Cuba and formed close relations with the Soviet Union?
  1398. Your Answer
  1399. B. Fidel Castro
  1400. Question Number 15       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1401. Question Text
  1402. Who served as president during the Cuban Missile Crisis?
  1403. Your Answer
  1404. A. President Kennedy
  1405. Question Number 16       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1406. Question Text
  1407. What was the title dubbed to President Kennedy's agenda?
  1408. Your Answer
  1409. B. New Frontier
  1410. Question Number 17       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1411. Question Text
  1412. Who assassinated President John F. Kennedy?
  1413. Your Answer
  1414. B. Lee Harvey Oswald
  1415. Question Number 18       Points: 0.00/5.00
  1416. Question Text
  1417. Because of Medicaid and Medicare, whose administration was seen as making great strides in health care?
  1418. Your Answer
  1419. A. John F. Kennedy
  1420. Question Number 19       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1421. Question Text
  1422. _______ headed the investigation into President John F. Kennedy's assassination.
  1423. Your Answer
  1424. D. Earl Warren
  1425. Question Number 20       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1426. Question Text
  1427. Who was sworn in as president aboard Air Force One?
  1428. Your Answer
  1429. D. Lyndon B. Johnson
  1430.  
  1431. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1432. Question Text
  1433. The Camp David Accords were issued under which administration?
  1434. Your Answer
  1435. B. Carter
  1436. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1437. Question Text
  1438. _______ was geared towards women and minorities and made up for past discrimination.
  1439. Your Answer
  1440. B. Affirmative Action
  1441. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1442. Question Text
  1443. During whose administration did the Iran hostage crisis take place?
  1444. Your Answer
  1445. B. Carter
  1446. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1447. Question Text
  1448. Which of the following terms means a period of slow business activity?
  1449. Your Answer
  1450. B. recession
  1451. Question Number 5        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1452. Question Text
  1453. _______ limits the president's ability to deploy troops abroad.
  1454. Your Answer
  1455. A. War Powers Act
  1456. Question Number 6        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1457. Question Text
  1458. Who won a case regarding affirmative action in 1978?
  1459. Your Answer
  1460. D. Allan Bakke
  1461. Question Number 7        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1462. Question Text
  1463. Which of the following was a series of agreements on European society made in 1975?
  1464. Your Answer
  1465. D. Helsinki Accords
  1466. Question Number 8        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1467. Question Text
  1468. _______ is a combination of high inflation and high unemployment.
  1469. Your Answer
  1470. C. Stagflation
  1471. Question Number 9        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1472. Question Text
  1473. Which of the following terms refers to an elected official who is already in office?
  1474. Your Answer
  1475. A. incumbent
  1476. Question Number 10       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1477. Question Text
  1478. Jimmy Carter conducted shuttle diplomacy to negotiate the final terms of the peace between Israel and Egypt. What is shuttle diplomacy?
  1479. Your Answer
  1480. B. President Carter 'shuttled' by plane between the capitals of Israel and Eygpt
  1481.  
  1482. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1483. Question Text
  1484. Who was the former governor of Massachusetts who received the Democratic nomination for president in 1988?
  1485. Your Answer
  1486. D. Michael Dukakis
  1487. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1488. Question Text
  1489. Oliver North was involved in which political scandal?
  1490. Your Answer
  1491. C. Iran-contra Affair
  1492. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1493. Question Text
  1494. The _______ are the group of Nicaraguans who took control of the government in 1979.
  1495. Your Answer
  1496. D. Sandinistas
  1497. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1498. Question Text
  1499. Who advocated supply-side economics?
  1500. Your Answer
  1501. B. Reagan
  1502. Question Number 5        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1503. Question Text
  1504. Under whose administration did the Iran-contra Affair occur?
  1505. Your Answer
  1506. B. Reagan
  1507. Question Number 6        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1508. Question Text
  1509. This President served two terms in office, escaped impeachment, and was plagued by investigations for misconduct.
  1510. Your Answer
  1511. C. President Clinton
  1512. Question Number 7        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1513. Question Text
  1514. This group opposed the Nicaraguan guerillas in the 1980s.
  1515. Your Answer
  1516. A. Contras
  1517. Question Number 8        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1518. Question Text
  1519. Who was the first black American and woman to address the Democratic National Convention?
  1520. Your Answer
  1521. D. Barbra Jordan
  1522. Question Number 9        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1523. Question Text
  1524. Which service member led coalition forces during the Persian Gulf War?
  1525. Your Answer
  1526. A. General Norman Schwarzkopf
  1527. Question Number 10       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1528. Question Text
  1529. Iraq's invasion of this country led to the Persian Gulf War.
  1530. Your Answer
  1531. D. Kuwait
  1532. Question Number 11       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1533. Question Text
  1534. Who served as Vice President under Reagan for two terms?
  1535. Your Answer
  1536. B. George H. Bush
  1537. Question Number 12       Points: 0.00/5.00
  1538. Question Text
  1539. During whose administration did the Berlin Wall fall?
  1540. Your Answer
  1541. B. President Reagan
  1542. Question Number 13       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1543. Question Text
  1544. Which of the following was a senator from Kansas who also served in World War II?
  1545. Your Answer
  1546. D. Robert Dole
  1547. Question Number 14       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1548. Question Text
  1549. _______ was connected to the Whitewater scandal.
  1550. Your Answer
  1551. D. Hillary Clinton
  1552. Question Number 15       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1553. Question Text
  1554. _______ rose to national attention for his role during the investigation involving the Clinton-Lewinsky affair.
  1555. Your Answer
  1556. D. Ken Starr
  1557.  
  1558. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1559. Question Text
  1560. Who served as the governor of Texas prior to George W. Bush?
  1561. Your Answer
  1562. D. Ann Richards
  1563. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1564. Question Text
  1565. Who introduced the Contract with America during the 1994 election campaign?
  1566. Your Answer
  1567. D. Newt Gingrich
  1568. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1569. Question Text
  1570. Who served as the mayor of New York during the 9/11 attacks?
  1571. Your Answer
  1572. D. Rudolph Giuliani
  1573. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1574. Question Text
  1575. The USA Patriot Act was introduced during which president's administration?
  1576. Your Answer
  1577. C. President George W. Bush
  1578. Question Number 5        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1579. Question Text
  1580. His administration was plagued by scandal and an impeachment.
  1581. Your Answer
  1582. C. President Clinton
  1583. Question Number 6        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1584. Question Text
  1585. ________ is the Islamic Fundamentalist organization responsible for the 9/11 attacks.
  1586. Your Answer
  1587. C. Al-Qaeda
  1588. Question Number 7        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1589. Question Text
  1590. Who was the head of al-Qaeda and initiated the 9/11 attacks?
  1591. Your Answer
  1592. C. Osama Bin Laden
  1593.  
  1594. Question Number 1        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1595. Question Text
  1596. ________ was proposed in 1987 and called for the United States and Soviet Union to destroy over 2,000 missiles in Europe.
  1597. Your Answer
  1598. A. INF
  1599. Question Number 2        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1600. Question Text
  1601. During whose administration was the War Powers Act introduced?
  1602. Your Answer
  1603. B. President Ford
  1604. Question Number 3        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1605. Question Text
  1606. Who was the mayor praised for his or her leadership in New York following the 9/11 attacks?
  1607. Your Answer
  1608. B. Rudolph Giuliani
  1609. Question Number 4        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1610. Question Text
  1611. Who was a close friend of President Carter's who also served in his administration, but was eventually asked to resign?
  1612. Your Answer
  1613. C. Bert Lance
  1614. Question Number 5        Points: 0.00/5.00
  1615. Question Text
  1616. What scandal did special prosecutor Kenneth Starr investigate during the Clinton Presidency?
  1617. Your Answer
  1618. A. He investigated the Whitewater Affair
  1619. Question Number 6        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1620. Question Text
  1621. Who attempted to assassinate President Reagan?
  1622. Your Answer
  1623. D. John Hinckley, Jr.
  1624. Question Number 7        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1625. Question Text
  1626. The Persian Gulf War began during his administration.
  1627. Your Answer
  1628. D. President Bush
  1629. Question Number 8        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1630. Question Text
  1631. Who served as vice-president under George W. Bush?
  1632. Your Answer
  1633. D. Dick Cheney
  1634. Question Number 9        Points: 5.00/5.00
  1635. Question Text
  1636. Which of the following was the Democratic nominee in the 1984 presidential election?
  1637. Your Answer
  1638. D. Walter Mondale
  1639. Question Number 10       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1640. Question Text
  1641. Who served as the mayor of New York during the 9/11 attacks?
  1642. Your Answer
  1643. D. Rudolph Giuliani
  1644. Question Number 11       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1645. Question Text
  1646. Under his administration, the cold war officially ended.
  1647. Your Answer
  1648. A. President Bush
  1649. Question Number 12       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1650. Question Text
  1651. During whose administration did the Iran hostage crisis occur?
  1652. Your Answer
  1653. D. President Carter
  1654. Question Number 13       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1655. Question Text
  1656. Which president was successful in the oil industry before entering politics?
  1657. Your Answer
  1658. C. President Bush
  1659. Question Number 14       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1660. Question Text
  1661. Who served as President Clinton's vice-president?
  1662. Your Answer
  1663. D. Al Gore
  1664. Question Number 15       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1665. Question Text
  1666. Who served as an advisor regarding health care reform to President Bill Clinton?
  1667. Your Answer
  1668. D. Hillary Clinton
  1669. Question Number 16       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1670. Question Text
  1671. Aside from President Bill Clinton, who was also under investigation for the Whitewater Affair?
  1672. Your Answer
  1673. D. Hillary Clinton
  1674. Question Number 17       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1675. Question Text
  1676. Who was the head of al-Qaeda and initiated the 9/11 attacks?
  1677. Your Answer
  1678. C. Osama Bin Laden
  1679. Question Number 18       Points: 5.00/5.00
  1680. Question Text
  1681. In addition to the Whitewater Affair, what other scandal marred Bill Clinton's presidency?
  1682. Your Answer
  1683. D. He was accused of and eventually admitted to having had an affair with a young White House intern named Monica Lewinsky