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AP US History Exam 1988

AP US History Exam 1988

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UNITEDSTATESHISTORYSECTIONI-'Time-Ihourand15minutes
100
Questions
OIrccllons:Eachof
the
roUowingquestions
or
incompletestaternc.nubelowisfC'llowed
by
five
jU~t«1
b.Mwersor
completions.Select
the
onetha
t
isbestineachcase-andthenblac
ken
thecorrespondingspaceo·:!
l~!r-~·
~~f.wt.~
sheet,l.Whichof
the
followingwastrueoftheContinentalCongressinitsdraftingoftheArticlesofConfedera-
tion?
(A)ltwascautiousabout
gi..
ingthent:wgovern-mentpowers
~t
had
justdeniedParliament.(8)h
gave
Congress
the
exclusivenghttoissuecurrency.
(C)
It
gave
thenationalcourtsystemthepowerto
review
both
nationa
1
andstalelaw,
(D)It
gave
Congresscontrolofinterstate
commerce.
(E)
[t
rejectedtheargumentsofmenlikeSarouelAdamsandRichardHenry
Lee
whofearedstronggovernments.2.
"The
mapaboveshowstheUnitedStatesirnme.di-
ately
followingthe(A)pessageoftheNorthwestOrdinance(B)negotiationoftheAdams-Onis
Treaty
(C)
pasugeof
the
MissouriCompromise
(D)
!lCltlem.::nloftheMexican
War
(E)
passaae
of
the
Compromiseofl850
j
 
3_Whichofthefollowingstatesthe
pri
ncipleof"popular(A)Congresswhereslaveryshalland
(a)
Thesettlersright
to
whetherpennlltedthere.
(C)
I
ndividualcitizenscandecide
for
themselves
whetherorno
l
toholdsla
Yes.
(D)
TheAmericanpeopleshalldecide
w
hereslavery
will
exist
throughanational
plebiscite.
(E)
Individual
states.
have[he
righttoreject
congressionaldecisionspertain
mg
to
slavery.
4.Ofthe
r
ollowing,themostthreateningproblemfortheUnionfrom
1861
through
1863
was
(A)
possible
Briush
recognition
0
f
theConfederacy
(8)
Spanish
intervention
in
Sa
ntoDam
i
ngo
(C)
Frenchobjecuonsto
theUnionblockade
(D)
British
insistenceon
theabolition
ofslavery
(E)Britishobjections
[0
theLnionpositionon
"continucusvoyage"
S.
Why
didCongressional
Reconstructionendin
1877
'?
{A)Thefreedslaveshadbeensuccessfullyinte-gratedintoSouthernsociety.(B)ThetreatyendingtheCivilWarhadsetsuchatimeljmit.
(C)
MostofthepoliticallyactiveBlack.peoplehadlefttheSouthforNortherncities,(0)TheRepublicanandDemocraticpartieseffectedacompromiseagreemen
l
afterthe
1876
presidentialelection.
(E)The
UnitedStatesneededthetroopsstationedintheSouthtoconfronttheFrenchin
Mexico.
6.JosephPulitzerachievedfame
and
wealth
WI
a
(A)radiocornmentator
(B)
po
Ii
ticalcartoonist
{C}
photographer
(D)
filmproducer(E)newspaperpublisher7.DuringtheGreatDepression."Hcovervilles"
were-
(A)!Cvemmemrelocation
campsfor
indigentworkers{8)model
comrnu
ni
ties
established
by
theHoover
administration
(C)
shantytownsofunemployed
andhomeless
....people
(0)
soupkitchensfinanced
under
~e\V
Deal
1egi!la~tion(E)workprojectsestablished
by
the
Hooveradmin-istrationtorevitalizetheeconomy8.Japanese-AmericansHvinSontheWestCoastof
the
United.Statesinearly1942weresentto
internmentcampsontheallegedgroundsthatthey
(A)
we-reapotential
threatto
thesecurity
of
the
L'"
ni
led
States
(B)
refused
ro
take:
a
loyalty
oath
(C)
wishedtoreturntoJapaningreatnumbers
(0)
wereinstrumental
inarranging
the
attackon
PearlHarbor
(E)
worked
with
GermanandItaliangroups
to
weakenAmericanresolve
9.Which
or
the
followlUIstatementsis
I»lTCCt
about
the
rise
ofSenatorJ
OMPhR.
McCarthy
tonational
prorninmce'7
(A)He
Wall
the
firstRepublican
to
emph.asi2e
thedangen
ofcommunismathomeandabroMl.{B)His
careful
investigations
\cd.
to
the
conviction
of
hundred!ofactive
5ubveniVC!l
to
whom
the
Trumanadministrationhadturneda
b1ind
eye.
(C)
HeefT~ivtlyplayedontheftaraofAmericansthatcommunistshadinfiltrated
the
Slate
Dcpa.rtmcnt
and.other
fcderaJ
agencies.
(0)He
used
thetelevisedAnn
McCanby
hearinp
to
hisadvantage,
(E)He
receivedstrong
9u-ppon
from
PresHient
Eisenhower,
~
6
 
I"
O.
\Vhich
of
the
foUowing
best
characterizesthegoals
..ofMartinLutherKina.Jr.?
(A)A
peaceful
separationofBlackpeopleinto
powerfuleconomic
and
political
groups(B)ApeacefulintelP'ati.onof
the
racesinanareas
of
society
-,(C)
Federal
compensationto
Black
peoplefor
P8.1!lt
poliuealandlegalinjustices
(0)Achurch-centered
Black
communityremovedfromtheoppressionofWhitepeople
(E)Constantand,Ifnecessary.violentpolitical
and
social
actionto
achieve10ng·50ught
justice
it.
In1962,whichofthefollowingcontributedmootdirectlytoa
crisis
in
So...
ict-Amencanrelationsover
Cuba?
(A)
Cubanattacksonthe
UnitedStatesna...albase
atGuantanarno
(8)Thefailureof
theBayofPigs
invasion{C)Cubansupportforlefrl$tguerillamovementsin
LatinAmerica(0)Cubanwithdrawalfrom
the
Organizauonof
AmericanStates
(E)ThediscoveryofSovietmissilesi
tes
inCuba
12.A
Maryland
masterplacedthefollowingnewspaper
aQvcrtisc:menlin1772afterHarry.hisstave,hadrunaway:
"Hehasbeen
seenabout
the
Negro
Quarters
inPatuxen
t,
butissupposedtohaveremovedamonghisAcquaintaneesonPotomack:
he
isalso
wen
acquaintedwith
aNegro
of
Mr.
WalrlnamedRaeheel;afewmilesfrom
that
QuarterishisA
LUH.
~nd
he
maypossibly
be
harboured
rheres
bouts.'Whichof
the
followingstatements
aboutconditions
underslavery
isbestsupported
by
thepassage
above?
(A)Slaveshadno
opportunity
to
deve\op
theirown
cultureand
society.
(B)Slavescommonlyformedsettlementsoftheir
ownawayfromtheplantations.
(C)Slaveslivedentirelyindependentlyoftheirmasters,
(0)Slaves
frequently
associated
withfree
Black
people.(E)Slavesmaintainedsocialnetwork'Samong
kindredandfriendsdespi
le
foreed
separa-tions.
GOilNTOTHf
N[
n
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