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answers or completions. Select the one that is BEST in each case and place what you think is the correct letter on the answer sheet provided. Unit I: The Colonial Era (1607-1763) 1. A central theme of the Puritan Ethic is its emphasis on: (A) world economic dependency on the institution of slavery. (B) the mobility of America's class structure. (C) the damaging effects of slavery on the South's economy. (D) patriotism and the glorification of the American nation. (E) hard work, thrift, and sobriety as signs of election. 2. In colonial America the enlightened view that reason can solve humanity's pro blems helps explain the: (A) early growth of New England education. (B) eighteenth century belief in Deism. (C) lack of public libraries. (D) Puritan and Quaker attitudes toward slavery. (E) curriculum of higher education. 3. The competition for North American territory was a major cause of: (A) the Mexican-American War. (B) the French and Indian War. (C) the Revolutionary War. (D) the Civil War. (E) the War of 1812. 4. To promote public libraries and the study of philosophy in colonial America w as a major objective of the: (A) Moravian Community in colonial Pennsylvania. (B) Knickerbocker magazine of the 1840's. (C) Rappites and Shakers. (D) American Phrenological Journal in the 1840's. *(E) Philadelphia Junto Club. 5. A major objective of the New England Transcendentalists was to: (A) expand humanity's vision of itself by stressing individual initiative. (B) subject the community to the moral and political leadership of a few. (C) promote the ideals of economic and political equality. (D) raise the public's consciousness concerning the immorality of slavery. (E) promote public awareness of the bad effects of alcohol by urging sobriety. 6. Who among the following was the first to circumnavigate the world, although h e died on route? (A) Juan Ponce de Leon. (B) Francisco Vasquez de Coronado (C) Giovanni da Verrazano (D) Hernando de Soto (E) Ferdinand Magellan 7. All of the following are characteristics of the Puritans EXCEPT: (A) a belief in hard work, sobriety, and material success. (B) a respect for education. (C) a belief that intellectual leadership is supplied by the clergy. (D) a disbelief in Democracy. (E) a toleration of other religious beliefs.
8. A central objective of John Rolfe was: (A) to encourage centralization and cooperation. (B) to increase the wealth of the mother country. (C) to keep the colonies friendly. (D) to develop the fur trade. (E) to encourage the Virginia tobacco crop. 9. During colonial times, the Congregationalists settled in: (A) Pennsylvania. (B) New York. (C) New Jersey. (D) New England. (E) Maryland. 10. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) .. 11. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 12. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 13. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) A central establish eliminate eliminate reproduce establish objective of the early New England Puritan leadership was to: religious liberty for all. the use of alcohol and tobacco. any distinction between church and state. the ecclesiastical structure of the Church of England. the moral authority of the community over individual self-interest
A region near a bay is called the: fall line. Great Divide. tidewater. Appalachians. Piedmont. All of the following were religious leaders during colonial times EXCEPT: William Ellery Channing. Benjamin Rush. John Woolman. Cotton Mather. George Whitefield. A tidewater refers to: a plain in the eastern region of the United States. an area where the directional flow of rivers changes. the major eastern mountain range. a region near a bay. the navigability of rivers.
14. Who among the following discovered Florida while searching for the legendary "Fountain of Youth?" (A) Francisco Vasquez de Coronado (B) Juan Ponce de Leon * (C) Ferdinand Magellan (D) Giovanni da Verranzano (E) Hernando de Soto 15. The First Great Awakening was: (A) a religious revival that occurred throughout the American colonies. (B) a sl ave rebellion in colonial South Carolina. (C) an eighteenth century religious movement among Native Americans (Indians) de dicated to reaffirming traditional values. (D) the flowering of Enlightment political thought in colonial America. (E) an early colonial protest against English imperial policy. 16. Which of the following MOST ACCURATELY describes the attitude of seventeenth
century Puritans toward religious liberty? (A) Having suffered persecution in England, they extended toleration to everyone . (B) The tolerated no one whose expressed religious views varied from their own v iews. (C) They tolerated all Protestant sects, but not Catholics. (D) They tolerated Catholics, but not Quakers. (E) They had no coherent views on religious liberty. 17. Which of the following is a correct statement about the use of slave labor i n colonial Virginia? (A) It was forced on reluctant white Virginians by profit-minded English merchan ts and the mercantilist officials of the Crown. (B) It was the first case in which Europeans enslaved Blacks. (C) It fulfilled the original plans of the Virginia Company. (D) It first occurred after the invention of Eli Whitney's cotton gin, which gre atly stimulated the demand for low-cost labor. (E) It spread rapidly in the late seventeenth century, as blacks displaced white indentured servants in the tobacco fields. 18. The French and Indian War was a pivotal point in America's relationship to G reat Britain because it led Great Britain to: (A) encourage colonial manufactures. (B) impose revenue taxes on the colonies. (C) ignore the colonies. (D) restrict immigration from England. (E) grant increased colonial self-government. 19. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) e. Deists of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries believed that: natural laws, set by the Creator, govern the operation of the universe. prayer has the power to make significant changes in a person's life. the idea of God is merely the childish imagining of simple minds. the universe was created by a natural, spontaneous combining of elements. intuition rather than reason leads human beings to an awareness of the divin
20. The mercantilist system in the eighteenth century led to: (A) the restriction of governmental intervention in the economy. (B) the protection of Native Americans (Indians) from European economic exploita tions. (C) the expansion of colonial manufacturing. (D) the subordination of the colonial economy to that of the mother country. (E) noncompetitive commercial relations among nations. 21. The tribes of the Iroquois Confederacy were distinctive in that they: (A) were less militant than other Native American (Indian) tribes. (B) all allied themselves with the American colonists against Great Britain duri ng the Revolutionary War. (C) successfully resisted incorporation into the English fur-trading system. (D) were converted to Anglicanism. (E) formed the most important Native American political organization to confront the colonists. 22. According to a current widely accepted hypothesis , which of the following w as common to all of the native peoples of North and South America before 1492? (A) Accurate astronomical calendars. (B) Domestication of wild horses. (C) Rotation of agricultural crops. (D) Descent from Asian peoples. (E) Mining of gold and silver.
27. a loose interpretation of the Constitution . the powers delegated to the Congress. the Preamble to the Consititution. (D) The munitions industry in England's Atlantic Seaboard colonies. 25. (D) the issues of tuition and tax credits private schools. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 29.23. (B) land scarcity and a rapidly growing population seriously curtailed economic opportunities. the colonists resented mercantilist economic policy. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 28. Northwest Territory. (C) The thin settlement of France's North American colonies. (E) legal restraints on the inheritance of wealth were increasing. the principle of "salutary neglect" ended. The eighth Amendment to the Constitution that establishes the principle of " bail" deals with: (A) the principle of reasonable search and seizure. In the creation of which of the following colonies was commercial profit the first and foremost motive? (A) Connecticut (B) Maryland (C) Virginia (D) Pennsylvania (E) Rhode Island 24. Benjamin Franklin's advice to eighteenth century American colonists that har d work and thrift would lead them to wealth was an appropriate formula for the t ime because: (A) taxes on income were needed by the government to raise revenues. (C) the issue of preventing detention. colonists demanded "no taxation without representation. the First Continental Congress was convened. (E) The Battle of Austerlitz. Louisiana Territory. Because of the Townshend Acts: the Committees of Correspondence were formed. Mexican Cessian. (B) The discovery of the Northwest Passage. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) The economic idea of regulating intrastate commerce best matches: the powers reserved by the states. the powers held concurrently. (C) most people of the period were unusually gullible and thus easily motivated by slogans and proverbs. ." Wisconsin was carved out of the: annexation of Texas. Oregon Territory. (D) formal education and specialized skills were less necessary to economic succ ess than they would later become. Unit II: "A Quarter Century of Revolution (1763 -1788) 26. Great Britain's conquest of French North America was facilitated by which of the following? (A) The large number of English-speaking settlers in Canada. (E) the prohibition against self-incrimination. (B) the right to have an attorney provided by the government.
equality under the law. (D) Reaffirmed Parliament's right to tax the colonists. those who indulge themselves will soon drop to the lower levels of society" best describes: (A) a view of Alexander Hamilton. "elastic clause. Which of the following is a motive for the Currency Act of 1764? Taxes on newspapers The goal of regulating trade with the West Indies Prohibition of paper money in the colonies The prevention of frauds and abuses in trade Imposing high tariffs on imports from the West Indies.. (D) the life of Thomas Paine. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 34.. The quotation ". (B) families dominating the older Atlantic states. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 31. federalism.30." immigration laws. A result of the Macon Act was: an increase in sectional self-awareness. presidential nominating conventions. and trie d royal officials in Great Britain. changed the government of Massachusetts. improvement of agricultural education. (E) Defied the English by destroying English property. Which of the following had the LEAST number of followers in America in 1775? The Dutch Reformed The Anglicans The Congregationalists The Presbyterians The Unitarians 32. stimulation of migration westward. (E) Jefferson's delight in the exploration of the Northwest. a boycott against England. 36. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) The United States Constitution provides for all of the following EXCEPT: two terms for the president. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 35. improved conditions for construction of a canal through Central America. (C) a view of Benjamin Franklin. concurrent powers. trial by jury. deri ving their just powers from the consent of the governed"? (A) The issuing of the Declaration of Independence (B) A naval victory of John Paul Jones (C) The signing of the Mayflower Compact (D) The First Continental Congress (E) The outbreak of the American Revolution . 33. Which of the following is true about the Boston Tea Party? (A) Granted a virtual monopoly to the East India Company. direct election of senators. (C) Ordered the colonists to remain on the eastern side of the Appalachians. (B) Closed the port of Boston. 37. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) The United States Constitution provides for all of the following EXCEPT: delegated powers. Which event do we associate with "Governments are instituted among men.
40. a letter printed in a London newspaper about six weeks later. By the time of the Revolution. equal access by any citizen to federal courts. expansion of French influence in the Ohio and Mississippi valleys. "If this be treason. limited government responsible to the people. in his speech against the Stamp Act of 1765. (B) initiated a territorial policy that provided for the orderly creation of new states. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 39. 43. (D) put land into the hands of the actual settler rather than the speculator. . the supremecy of the executive over the legislative branch. QUESTIONS 44 AND 45 REFER TO THE FOLLOWING HISTORICAL PROBLEM: It is popularly believed that Patrick Henry. due process of law. (E) the hope of converting the United States into a French dependency. are found in the followi ng sources: the diary of a Frenchmen who was an eyewitness and described the eve nt the same day. a history of Virginia written in 1805. make the most of it. (B) a strong chief executive. Madison (1803) is famous for establishing the principle of: the sanctity of contracts. France's support for the United States during the American Revolutionary War was motivated primarily by: (A) enthusiasm for the revolutionary principles espoused by the Americans. (E) a society in which there were no differences of rank and status. The Ordinances of 1785 and 1787 were notable accomplishments because they: (A) established the principle that western lands are the joint property of all t he states. implied that George III would be assassinated." The wealthiest people in pre-Revolutionary War America were primarily: lawyers." British violation of the principle of "freedom of the seas." Four differing reports o f this speech. (D) unlimited male suffrage. northern merchants and southern planters. (E) were the basis for the future settlement of the dispute with Britain over th e northwest posts. 42. inland farmers.38. (C) a small. British abandonment of the policy of "salutary neglect. struggle between England and France for world supremecy. and a note written in 1817 by Thomas Jeffe rson. two of which omit the concluding phrase. the American colonists had generally come to believe that creation of a republic would solve the problems of monarchical rule because a republic would establish: (A) a highly centralized government led by a social elite. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) The the the the the the most important cause of the American Revolution was: American desire to expand from the Atlantic to the Pacific. 41. (B) a desire to weaken its rival. (C) a desire to regain Canada and the Floridas. Spain. Great Britain. doctors. (D) pressures from its ally. and other professtionals. (C) made possible a policy of Native American (Indian) relations that enabled ne w western areas to be settled peacefully. local governmental officials. industrialists. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Marbury v. judicial review. and then concluded with the phrase.
II. Newspaper editors and lawyers III. (B) Widespread ownership of property is a bulwark of republican government. (C) Political parties are an inevitable outgrowth of republican government.44. (B) Jefferson was only twenty-two in 1765. Which of the following was a widely held belief among the Founding Fathers o f the United States? (A) Direct democracy is superior to representative government. After 1763. 48. (E) The separation of legislative. 47. (B) the authority to tax. (C) the power to declare war. (B) an American victory would enable France to recapture Canada. 45. Which of the following facts casts the greatest doubt on the accuracy of Jef ferson's note confirming the concluding phrase of Henry's speech? (A) Jefferson and Henry had each served as governor of Virginia. facilitate British postal censorship of colonial mails. (C) credibility of historical evidence. (B) validity of historical metaphor. (E) a legislative branch. A major defect in the national government established by the Articles of Con federation was that it lacked: (A) a means of amending the Articles. The main issue raised by for historians by the differing reports of Henry's speech is the: (A) formation of hypotheses about historical causation. and judicial functions leads to go vernmental chaos. IV 49. 46. Boston smugglers (A) III only (B) IV only (C) I and III only (D) I. (D) use of anachronisms. (D) Jefferson was not actually a member of the House of Burgesses in 1765. III. The French government supported the American Revolution primarily because: (A) There was general support for the political ideals of the Englightenment in France. Land speculators with interests west of the Appalachians II. Farmers wishing to settle in the Ohio River Valley IV. and IV only (E) I. establish a colonial postal service. (E) Jefferson's note was written fifty-two years after the speech was delivered. (D) France wished to reduce the British empire and gain influence in North Ameri . (C) Jefferson's note was written to a man who was writing a biography of Henry. changes in the British imperial system threatened the interests of which of the following groups of American colonists? I. III. 50. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) The Stamp Act of 1765 was designed to: increase colonial postal rates. increase British tax revenue from the colonies. establish a colonial mint to stamp out silver coins. (E) form of historical citation. (D) the authority to make treaties. (D) Universal manhood suffrage is essential in a free government. executive. (C) Benjamin Franklin and his scientific achievements inspired the admiration of the French.
to stimulate investment in the North and the West." a growing consensus for free public education. B-2. to separate the national government from the banking system. (D) the development of political parties. (E) the recall of Citizen Genet by the French government. to put United States credit on firm ground. B-3. to increase capital investment in the South. (B) an American desire to avoid involvement in the Napoleonic Wars. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Andrew Jackson advocated all of the following issues EXCEPT: Democratic reform. D-4 (B) A-4. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Alexander Hamilton advocated all of the following policies EXCEPT: a lower duty on imports. applied rather than theoretical science. Unit III: "A Nation Takes Shape (1789 -1841) 51. the extension of suffrage. democratic goals of political. C-1. (C) Washington's Farewell Address. All of the following are true of Protestantism in the nineteenth century EXC EPT: (A) that most followers remained in the Congregational. the upsurge of social reform. was eager to recapture Gibralter from Britain. Spain. 53. the use of excise taxes. C-1.ca. social. (C) "corrupt bargain". D-3 (D) A-2. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) American belief in the progress of technology from 1830 to 1860 encouraged: free public libraries and museums. an economic panic abruptly ending labor reform. D-1 (C) A-4. D-4 56. Martin Van Buren supported an independent treasury in order: to weaken a banking monopoly. (E) France's ally. B-1. a national bank. 55. property qualifications for voting. 58. nineteenth-century reforms toward free public education. Presbyterian. 52. (D) South Carolina Exposition (1832) (A) A-3. (B) Missouri Compromise. B-2. popular participation in government. the convention system. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 54. C-2. The era of the late 1830's was accompanied by: the prominent activism of the Beecher family. Arrange the following in their proper time order: (A) WebsterHayne Debate. All of the following concepts are remembered about Washington's policy of ne utrality EXCEPT: (A) the Era of Good Feeling. and Method . rule by the intelligentsia. and economic equality. the continued expansion of the "Protestant Passion. local communities to raise intellectual and moral standards. C-3. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 57. a protective tariff.
63. Each of the following events is associated with the results of the War of 18 12 EXCEPT: (A) peace on the frontier for a full generation. All of the following events occurred during the administration of James Monr oe EXCEPT: (A) the closing of the Western Hemisphere to further colonization. (C) a renewal of British settlement in the Northwest Territory. and material success. The Brook Farm experiment: (A) stressed hard work. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Man's awareness of nature and its many natural wonders is a theme in: Thomas Jefferson's Notes on Virginia. (E) the Rush-Bagot Agreement in which the United States and Great Britain agreed to naval disarmament on the Great Lakes. The heavy migration to the west called attention to the need for better road s and canals is true about: (A) the economic basis of sectionalism. (D) rechartering the Second National Bank 1816. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 61. (C) stressed complex marriage. (B) stressed economic and social eqalitarianism. sobriety. that Orthodox Calvinism grew more stringent. (B) the end of the "Era of Good Feeling" which was typified by a spirit of natio nalism. (D) the convention of 1818 at which the boundary between the United States and C anada was established. and the eugenic selection of paren ts to produce superior offspring. (C) the purchase of Florida from Spain. (C) Jefferson's economic policy. Jonathan Edward's "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God. it was a reasonable attempt at protectionist policy. (B) the internal improvement policy of 1815. Benjamin Franklin's Poor Richard's Almanac. it was an attempt at a compromise." An historian studying the Tariff of 1828 most likely concludes that: it contained a sharp reduction of duties. birth control. (D) the rapid growth of manufacturing in the United States. (E) Jackson's economic policy. Thomas Paine's "Common Sense" and Age of Reason. that ordained churchgoers still believed in the Trinity. (E) the return to a policy of isolation by the United States. some who voted for it hoped it would fail. .ist (B) (C) (D) (E) churches. the belief that God continued to be active in human affairs. 62. 59. it continued the policy of the tariff that preceded it. (B) the end of hostility by the Treaty of Ghent. 64. George Fitzhugh's Cannibals All and Sociology for the South. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) The Non-Intercourse Act involves which of the following? State nullification Strong protection of new industries Free navigation on the Mississippi Protecting maritime rights An embargo bill lasting no more than sixty days 65. that the materialism of American society was incorporated into the religion. 60.
(E) believed in plain communal living and exalted thought. (D) the Free Willers." "Old Hickory. (E) America's growing interest in the novel and unique. (C) he brought the Indians of the Northwest Territory into a confederation. (B) the Primitives. Which of the following had the most effective influence on Edward Everett's public popularity? (A) America's growing interest in health and fitness. That there is wide use of the Gothic style is a trend evident in: eighteenth-century cabinetmaking. of a plan known as the American System. 68. All of the following were among the fundamentalist denominations of the 1830 's EXCEPT: (A) the Disciples of Christ. (E) he successfully halted American settlement along the Mississippi River." having said "We have met the enemy and they are ours. America's public buildings of the federal style. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) De to to to to as Witt help help help help part Clinton supported government expenditures on transportation: the development of manufacturing in the South. the development of New York. (D) he received aid from the British government. 72. America's Romantic Movement in the architecture of the 1840's and 1850's." 73. (B) America's growing shift from an oral to a literary tradition." having said "Don't give up the ship." "Old Fuss and Feathers. ans (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) The man responsible for scoring a decisive victory at the Battle of New Orle is remembered as: "Old Rough-and-Ready. All of the following are true of Tecumseh EXCEPT: (A) he fought against the forces of Indiana Territory Governor William Henry Har rison at the Battle of Tippecanoe. public and private buildings such as those of colonial Williamsburg. (B) he was chief of the Shawnee. (C) America's growing interest in free public education. An historian (A) "What effect (B) "What effect (C) "What effect (D) "What effect (E) "What effect my?" studying the economy in 1837 most likely asks: did the railroad boom have on the economy as a whole?" did a sudden increase in specie have on the economy?" did a single invention have on the economy?" did canals have on the United States economic development?" did a crisis in financial institutions have on the entire econo 70. nineteenth-century cabinetmaking. (E) the Presbyterians. 66. create a new social order. (C) the Mormons.(D) became the largest single Protestant body in the United States. (D) America's growing apprecation of rhetoric and oratory. 69. 71. The Cumberland Trail connects: (A) the Northwest Territory with New Orleans. . the development of the West. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 67.
74. Stephen A.(B) (C) (D) (E) Cincinnati with Louisville. inalienable rights. Unit IV: A House Divided (1846-1877) 76. (E) opposing popular sovereignty 78. and consent of the governed. Elastic Clause. and the union as a compact among states. (D) writing the Compromises of 1850. the economic basis of sectionalism. (D) Two-thirds vote to declare war. Omaha with Kansas City. Jackson's economic policy. The Harford Convention pertains to which of the following? (A) Importation of slaves until 1808. All of the following concepts are associated with the settlement of Californ ia EXCEPT: (A) the Forty-Niners contributing to a population explosion. a nd "due process. omission of slaves from the census. Baltimore with Wheeling. rechartering the Second National Bank of 1816. Tulsa with Little Rock. 75. (B) a black who is willingly subservient to white Americans. (B) the Mexican cession. A feature of the Constitution that is often considered a guard against dicta torial acts of a powerful president is: . (D) the Kansas Nebraska Act. one term for presidents." (B) Petition by grievances. (D) a series of secret stations used to smuggle runaway slaves out of the Sout h. null and void. Douglas is closely associated with all of the following EXCEPT: (A) the presidential candidacy in 1860. (B) the Freeport Doctrine. 79. (E) the abolition of slavery throughout the United States. "All men are created equal". (B) supporting War Hawks in 1812. (C) compromising on slavery. (D) John C. indivisibility of sovereignty. (E) French colonization during the eighteenth century. opposition to the Kansas-Nebraska Act. (E) a vigorous anti-slavery movement demanding the freeing of slaves without compensation to their old masters. (C) inhabitants of a territory deciding for themselves the issue of slavery. (C) Popular Sovereignty. (E) Sovereignty of each state. The term "abolitionist movement" refers to: (A) a Southerner who controlled the new state governments following the Civil War. (C) Opposition to slavery. 77. Three-Fifths Compromise. 80. (C) the Bear Flag Revolt. Fremont's proclaiming the Republic of California. and the protective tariff. the internal improvement policy of 1815. Henry Clay is closely associated with all of the following EXCEPT: (A) the American System. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) That it aided financial operations of the government is true about: Jefferson's economic policy. and opposition to the War of 1812. Fugitive Slave Law.
(D) rice. (D) The Monroe Doctrine. 87. federalism. and railroads. (B) The Peace of Paris of 1783. (E) corn. (D) stimulated Southern emigration to the territories taken from Mexico.(A) (B) (C) (D) (E) the Bill of Rights. the Commercial Revolution. 81. (C) The impressment of American sailors into the British navy. (D) Worked in mines and factories. an embargo. (E) Tilled farms as renters and sharecroppers. (C) Owned and worked small farms. Southern Blacks typically did which of the following? (A) Worked as day laborers in towns and cities. (B) repealed the Fugitive Slave Act. favored restoration of the Union and actively worked to arbitrate t favored permanent separation of the Union and openly supported the . 82. but pursued cautious policies to sides. (C) They South. the main crop of Virginia was: (A) tobacco. (B) Migrated Northward. Which of France to (A) They ward both (B) They he conflict. (C) internal improvements of roads. During Reconstruction. Which of the following was an argument used by the United States to claim th e Oregon Territory? (A) The refusal of the Mexican government to receive the American negotiator J ohn Slidell. 86. the system of checks and balances. 83. (C) made Kansas and Nebraska free states. canals. (B) sugar. Douglas. the impeachment power of Congress. In pre-Civil War America. (D) the federal government's assumption of the national debt. exercising their new freedom. the following BEST characterizes the response of Great Britain and the American Civil War? saw advantages in a divided Union. the increasing amount of gold in the economy. easy credit and land speculation. A (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) major cause of the prosperity of the early 1850's was: bank failures. Stephen A. (E) the nationalist theory of the Union. The Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854) heightened the sectional crisis because it: (A) repealed the Missouri Compromise. (C) hemp. is most closel y associated with: (A) states' rights. 84. (E) signaled acceptance of the principle of the Wilmot Proviso. (E) The settling of American missionaries and fur traders after the exploratio n of Robert Gray and Lewis and Clark. (B) popular sovereignty. leading spokesman for westward expansion. 85. the method of selecting Supreme Court Justices.
slavery still existed in most Northern states. Which of the following is a correct statement about the use of slave labor i n colonial Virginia? (A) It was forced on reluctant white Virginians by profit-minded English merc hants and the mercantilist officials of the Crown. as blacks displaced wh ite indentured servants in the tobacco fields. In the presidential election of 1860. The Southern reaction to the Nat Turner revolt and the publication of The Li berator was to: (A) begin to argue that slavery was a good institution. (B) encourage the migration of slaves to the Middle West. und er the word 'citizens' in the Constitution. the descendants of Africans who were imported into this country. and can therefore claim none of t he rights and privileges which that instrument provides for and secures to ci tizens of the United States. 89. 94. (B) It was the first case in which Europeans enslaved Blacks. (B) Jackson's policy toward the annexation of Texas (1836-37). In until (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) part. 91. and s old as slaves . which greatly stimulated the demand for low-cost labor. and were not intended to be included. (E) It spread rapidly in the late seventeenth century.. Congress had not granted him the authority. (C) agree to discuss the issue of abolition in Congress. (D) dominance in foreign trade. he was preparing a plan to send all of the slaves to Liberia. 93. (E) They had no interest in the conlict and remained aloof from it. Which of the following most likely increased Mexican suspicion of United Sta tes territorial objectives in the 1830's and 1840's? (A) Abolitionist agitation in the North. Madison The Liberty Party Platform McCulloch v.. (D) invite Garrison to address the Virginia legislature on abolition." The (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) passage above is from which of the following? Marbury v. (C) The Webster-Ashburton Treaty (D) Clay's speeches in the campaign of 1844. 88.. (E) Rhetoric on "manifest destiny" in the American press. he feared hostile reaction on the part of the British and French. President Lincoln refrained from taking action to emancipate slaves the Civil War had been in progress for almost two years because: he sought to retain the loyalty of the border states. (C) It fulfilled the original plans of the Virginia Company. (C) a more extensive railroad network.(D) They favored permanent separation of the Union and openly supported the North. The North's advantages over the South at the outbreak of the Civil War inclu ded all of the following EXCEPT: (A) greater agreement over war aims. Sanford The Freedmen's Bureau Act of 1865 90. (E) naval supremecy. 92. Maryland Dred Scott v. are not included. which of the following positions was a .. (D) It first occurred after the invention of Eli Whitney's cotton gin. " . (B) more substantial industrial resources.
(C) Although slaves were mainly employed in agriculture.324 Using the table above. 98. All of the following statements about pre-Civil War American slavery are tru e EXCEPT: (A) Although experience varied from one plantation to another. (D) Because of the relative ease with which slaves could gain their freedom b y manumission or by purchase. (B) federal monetary support of the resettlement of American blacks in Africa . slaves were generally able to marry. (C) military occupation of the South. 96. 95.538 16. (B) enactment of the Fourteenth Amendment. investments in slaves generally yielded rates of return equal to or better than other forms of investments of comparable risk in the pre-Civil War American economy. Which of the following had the greatest impact on the institution of slavery in the United States in the first quarter of the nineteenth century? (A) Demands of Southern textile manufacturers for cotton (B) Introduction of corp rotation and fertilizers (C) Use of more stringent techniques of slave control (D) Invention of the cotton gin (E) The "Three-fifths" Compromise 97.516 Whig Electors 47. (C) The Missouri Compromise line (36 Degrees.sserted by the Republican Party Platform with respect to slavery? (A) Slavery should be abolished immediately by the federal government. and the institution of marriage was common on Southern plantations. and slavery should be prohibited in territories above t hat line. (D) punishment of the Confederate leaders. at no time did the majority of white families in the South own slaves. GEORGIA. All of the following elements of the Radical Republican program were impleme nted during Reconstruction EXCEPT: (A) provision of 40 acres to each freedman.809 40. and the federal gove rnment should compensate slave owners for the loss of slave property. (E) restrictions on the power of the President. 1848 AND 1852 Democratic Electors 1848 1852 44. one might conclude that the most plausible explanation . (B) Although Southern legal codes did not uniformly provide for the legalizat ion and stability of slave marriage. (E) The extension of slavery to United States territories should be prohibite d by the federal government. (E) Despite the geographical diffusion of slavery throughout the South. POPULAR VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. the proportion of freedmen to slaves was almost equal in many areas of the South. 30 Minutes) should be extended to the Pacific Ocean.660 Webster Electors -------5. 99. (D) implementation of anti-black vagrancy laws in the South. (E) lenient readmission of the ex-Confederate states to the Union. (B) The extension of slavery to other countries should be prohibited. but slavery should be protected in the states wh ere it already existed. The Reconstruction Acts of 1867 provided for: (A) temporary Union military supervision of the ex-Confederacy. by the 1850's they a lso were employed as construction workers and industrial laborers. (D) The gradual emancipation of the slaves should begin. (C) denial of black property-holding and voting rights.
damage it caused the economy due to land speculators. (D) Low wages to workers. 103. 102. (D) the Democrats. who had not run in 1848. (E) Frances Wright. (C) admiring the accomplishments of Benjamin Latrobe. debtor's prison. An (A) the (B) its (C) the (D) its (E) the economic weakness of the pre-Civil War labor movement was: resultant damage to New England's economy. (E) the Democrats cast fraudulent ballots to increase their share of the vote s in 1852. Unit V: "The Gilded Age (1865-1900) 101. and contract labor spurred: (A) the spread of Calvinism to the middle colonies. (B) Disruption of maritime commerce. ran a hi ghly popular candidate in 1852. Which of the following economic realities is MOST CLOSELY associated with t he development of the factory system? (A) Reduced need for skilled workers. (B) William Lloyd Garrison. policy that the federal government should not have direct taxing powers. to the advantage of the De mocrats." (D) foreign missionary activity. (C) Growth of slavery. (B) the development of an independent culture. (C) Horace Mann. to the disadvantage of the Whi gs. (D) territorial expansion of the United States in North America. (D) Susan B. .for the Georgia Democrats' victory in 1852 following their defeat in 1848 wa s that: (A) many new voters increased the turnout in 1852. (C) the development of the "underground railroad. emphasis on agricultural rather than commercial interests. (E) Restrictions on the development of industry. drew sufficient votes from the Whigs to cost them the election of 1852. The insufficient conditions facing the wage earner in sweatshops. 104. (C) right of United States vessels to trade without interference anywhere in the world. (B) eventual overthrow of slavery under God's design. 100. (E) the push for unionization. A person would be attending a religious meeting in the Midwest if he were: (A) convinced of views held by James Fenimore Cooper. (B) many voters abstained from voting in 1852. An educator seeking to improve the quality of public education was: (A) Harriet Beecher Stowe. Anthony. who had run a highly unpopular candidate in 1848. (C) Webster. "Manifest Destiny" was a slogan that referred to the: (A) ultimate triumph of the "fittest" in the progress of industrial capitalis m. (B) believing in the empiracal method of John Locke. (E) eventual domination of slavery over the territories acquired from Mexico. 105. emphasis on skilled workers.
(C) in early colonial America." 113. Which amendment to the United States Constitution deals with federal income tax? (A) The Sixteenth Amendment (B) The Eighteenth Amendment (C) The Fifteenth Amendment (D) The Sixth Amendment (E) The Nineteenth Amendment 109. (C) A popular interest in historical romances such as those of Sir Walter Scott. (C) the effects of mercantilism. 112. (C) attending a dedication ceremony of a public monument in the 1850's. (E) the development of the factory system. (B) A shift away from the rationalism of the past toward more subjective emotion al values. (B) the abundance of labor in the North before 1860. (D) the labor shortage. (E) in America from 1775 to 1820. Which of the following encouraged free public libraries and museums? . (B) slavery remained an important institution in American life. (D) A renewed interest in classical forms (especially those of Greece). (C) rhetorical essays of a philosophic nature. The worker movement of the 1840's was by nature a reform movement in the se nse that: (A) it was an argument between industrialists and agrarians.(D) supporting the views of Horace Greely. (E) An imaginative use of America's past in creating national pride. (E) an analysis of "Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking. (D) table-talk essays filled with social wit and wisdom. (D) in serious fiction of the 1840's and 1850's. 101. (B) in the 1820's and 1830's. Novels exploring human nature and ideas are the most typical of literary ex pression found: (A) in popular fiction of the 1840's and 1850's. (E) essays on the aesthetics of art and poetry. 108. 106. (B) magazine articles expressing democratic ideals. 111. (E) it instigated Indian resistance and populism. (B) sales data of American publishers from 1820 to 1860. One may conclude that poetic conventions were being challenged by the 1850' s from: (A) sales data of music publishers from 1820 to 1860. (E) listening to Peter Cartwright. (D) attending symphonic concerts in the 1850's. (C) it pressured those in power to make changes in the factory system. The low wages of workers is most closely associated with: (A) New England from 1808 to 1812. (D) the lower levels of white society were not enfranchised and involved. Which of the following trends is evident in the works of Thomas Cole and th e Hudson River School? (A) An idealization of the American landscape. The most typical form of literary expression influenced by Emerson in the 1 840's is: (A) literary critiques as part of the creative process in art. 107.
Which of the following would have been MOST LIKELY to support the president ial campaign of William Jennings Bryan in 1896? (A) A Kansas farmer (B) A Chicago industrial merchant (C) A Philadelphia merchant (D) A university professor of economics (E) A New York Republican party member 118.(A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Industrial growth and expansion from 1820 to 1840. 117. exhaustion of the soil by poor farming methods. (C) Nativist agitation brought about a decline in immigration. feeling that the railroads were exploiting the farmers.e. The American Transcendentalists may best by characterized as which of the f ollowing? (A) A group of Northern intellectuals who shared a belief in the value of human intuition.. Support of popular democratization of knowledge. e . (E) Southern and Eastern Europeans came in larger numbers than earlier in the ce ntury. going to twenty-six days. "In 1800 schoolchildren (ages 5-19) spent an average of only fourteen days in school each year. 114. (B) A religious sect that believed in the concept of sin and the necessity for f orgiveness from God and from fellow worshippers. (E) A persecuted band who had to flee to the West because of the unpopular ideas about polygamy and other unconventional practices. Which of the following statements is true about immigration to the United S tates during the last two decades of the nineteenth century? (A) United States immigrantion laws sharply reduced the number of eligible immig rants. and an emotional comprehension of God. (C) A number of loosely organized communitarians who engaged in sexual experienc es outside the confines of marriage. The horizontal integration of American industry (i. one firm acquiring c ontrol of other firms that produce the same product) that occurred at the end of the nineteenth century was primarily a response to: (A) economic competition. (D) A sect of former Unitarian ministers who expected Christ to descend to earth within their lifetimes. (E) federal regulation of business. By 1860 the literacy rate at age twenty had attained modern levels. which was the most important cause of agrarian discontent United States in the last quarter of the nineteenth century? end of free homesteads. (D) federal monetary policy. (B) Irish immigrants came in larger numbers than earlier in the century. (B) high tariffs. 116. increase in the number of immigrants. Support of the Sunday School movement from 1800 to 1860. (D) The United States government entered into a "gentleman's agreement" to ban i mmigration from certain countries. Belief in the progress of technology from 1830 to 1860. (C) powerful labor unions. 119. the presence of divinity in nature. By 1850 this figure had nearly doubled. 115. Of in the (A) The (B) The (C) The (D) The (E) The the following. almost triple the figure for 1800. and by 1860 it had risen to forty days per year. end of Republican party efforts to woo the farm vote. Support of the lyceum movement from 1820 to 1840.
(E) improvement in prison conditions. (C) the extension of federally supported school systems. 122.317 (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 1790 1820 1850 1890 1930 121. the railroad's most important impact on the econo my was the: (A) creation of a huge new market for railway equipment. (C) enlightened treatment of the insane." This passage describes results brought about chiefly through: (A) state and local efforts in behalf of public schools.282 Born in United States of parents born in Ireland (White) 2. (D) a new role for women in the antislavery movement.017 Born in Russia (White) 10 Born in United States of parents born in Russia (White) 2 Non-White born in United States 2. (C) generation of new employment opportunities for unskilled urban workers. (D) participation of the federal government in the financing of a nationwide tra nsportation network. (D) abolitionists. (D) the increasing ability of families to afford tutors. (B) granting subsidies to encourage the construction of railroads. (B) Irish and German Catholic immigrants. (D) assuring the welfare of the poor and unemployed. The hostility of the Know-Nothing Party was directed primarily against: (A) the growth of cities and industrial manufacturing. In which year would the population of an Atlantic seacoast city most likely have appeared as follows? CATEGORIES (selected groups of total population) NUMBER Born in United States of parents born in the United States (White) 70. 120. (E) the establishment of church-supported schools.352 Born in Ireland (White) 25. 125. (B) the work of private philanthropists. In the pre-Civil War era.. Which of the following would MOST LIKELY have said. (E) slaveholders. All of the following were considered legitimate functions of the federal go vernment in the late nineteenth century EXCEPT: (A) promoting industrial growth by means of a protective tariff. (C) regulating immigration. (C) Free Masons and members of other fraternal orders. (B) the immediate termination of slavery. (E) accessibility to Eastern urban markets provided to Midwestern farmers. 124.. The "Declaration of Sentiments and Resolves" issued by the Seneca Falls Con vention demanded: (A) greater rights for women. (B) creation of the basis for greater cooperation between Southern planters and Northern textile manufacturers. " . 123.xceeding ninety percent among whites. (E) regulating the nation's currency. children should b .
The ideas and ideals of Progressive reformers were NOT represented in which of the following? (A) The Keating-Owen Child Labor Act (B) The Fourteen Points ___ Also Unit IX___ (C) The Volstead Act (D) The National Origins Act (E) The Taft-Hartley Act AMERICAN FOREIGN TRADE... 128. the policy of the government of the United States is to seek a soluti on which may bring about permanent safety and peace to China. (E) Spain was blatantly interfering with United States maritime rights as a nonb elligerent power. (C) American businessmen wanted to protect their investments in Cuba and assure a Cuban market for their products. and safeguard for the world the principl e of equal and impartial trade with all parts of the Chinese empire. 127. (E) the Panic of 1907. 1900-1920 (in millions of dollars) Export Import . Unit VI: The Age of Innocence: 1898-1914" 126. (B) the development of the "underground railroad. (E) A parent of a pioneer family in the West. Which of the following has NOT been offered by historians as an explanation for the United States entry into the war with Spain in 1898? (A) President McKinley was too weak to withstand the multitude of pressures forc ing him toward a decision for war." This quotation is part of: (A) Burlingame Treaty (B) Open Door Policy (C) Boxer Protocol (D) Kellogg-Briand Pact (E) Stimson Doctrine 129. (D) By the late 1890's the United States had assumed a world role that made it s eem necessary to dominate the Caribbean. The public's response to Upton Sinclair's novel The Jungle helped bring abo ut: (A) antitrust legislation. (C) the Mann Act. (D) a strengthening of the power of urban political machines. (D) the push for unionism. (B) the Meat Inspection Act of 1906. 130. (E) foreign missionary activity. " . protect all rights guaranteed to friendly powers by treaty and international law. preserve Chinese t erritorial and administrative entity.e children as long as they can"? (A) A New England Puritan (B) A Southern slaveholder (C) A mid-nineteenth century educational reformer (D) An Irish immigrant in the Lowell mills." (C) the development of an independent culture. (B) Yellow journals created an irresistible war fever by publicizing atrocities allegedly being committed by the Spanish in Cuba. The presence of American merchants and ships in foreign ports aided: (A) the spread of Calvinism to the middle colonies.
133. (D) he promised to keep the nation out of any foreign wars. Which of the following novels had the greatest significance in arousing pub lic interest in the need for a major social reform? (A) Huckleberry Finn (B) Gone with the Wind (C) The Scarlet Letter (D) The Jungle (E) All the King's Men 134.199 1. (B) Gentlemen's Agreement. (B) Pressure for military action by a growing officer corps in the army. (D) Lend-Lease Act. . (D) Farmers opposed the expansion of markets abroad. In terms of relative voter support the most successful third-party movement in twentieth century America was the: (A) Progressive Party of 1912. (D) Progressive Party of 1948.919 1.499 $ 930 1. (E) American merchants were becoming complacent in their competition with foreig n merchants. (C) Good Neighbor Policy. 136. (B) The United States had a favorable trade balance. (C) Union Party of 1936.875 8. One reason why Woodrow Wilson won the United States presidential election i n 1912 was that: (A) the Socialist Party supported the Democrats. The table above shows which of the following for the period between 1900 an d 1920? (A) The United States was losing its industrial predominacne in the world econom y. Which of the following reforms was LEAST frequently advocated during the Pr ogressive Era? (A) Direct election of United States senators (B) Factory inspection laws (C) The use of the initiative and the referendum (D) Prosecution of trusts (E) Laws prohibiting racial discrimination 137.966 1.784 131.1900 1905 1910 1915 1920 $1. Which of the following has NOT been suggested by historians as an explanati on for the development of American imperialism in the 1890's? (A) The search for markets and raw materials by business. (E) Marshall Plan. (B) Socialist Party of 1920.660 1.646 2. (E) American Party of 1968.664 5. 132. (E) he received the political support of Theodore Roosevelt. (B) an economic depression made the Republicans unpopular. 135. The United States policy toward China at the turn of the century was expres sed in the: (A) Open Door Policy. (C) There was an excess of foreign investments in the United States. (C) the Republican Party divided its vote between two candidates.
139. Criticism of Booker T. (B) program to end government regulation of industry and commerce. (C) he lived in the South. Theodore Roosevelt's foreign policy in the Western Hemisphere is BEST chara cterized by his belief in: (A) American intervention in the affairs of nations when political stability was threatened. (D) direct election of senators." 138. 140. 143. referendum. The "New Nationalism" of Theodore Roosevelt meant a: (A) return to the "laissez-faire" principles of the late 19th century. (D) strengthening of the regulatory powers of the federal goverment. the lowest priority in the progressives' list of needed p olitical reforms was: (A) the initiative. (B) Panama and Hawaii. (D) Guam and Hawaii. (C) the Virgin Islands and Cuba. (B) identifying the symptoms of social disorder. (B) voting rights for blacks. the United State s acquired: (A) Puerto Rico and Guam. Progressives believed that the ills of modern society could be solved by al l of the following methods EXCEPT: (A) eliminating political corruption. Which of the following is LEAST related to the other three? (A) Robert La Follette (B) the "Wisconsin Idea" (C) City manager government (D) Regulatory commissions QUESTION #146 REFERS TO THE FOLLOWING QUOTATION: . (B) the need to allow European nations to intervene in Latin America. (D) Support for the idea of the "White Man's Burden. Of the following. 145. (C) American recognition of the independent sovereign rights of each hemispheric nation. but most blacks lived in the urban ghettoes. (D) Roosevelt and Wilson refused to invite him to the White House." (E) Competition for newspaper readership by the "yellow press. (D) prescribing solutions to social problems. and recall. Muckraking journalists were most successful at: (A) formulating a new philosophy of social reform. (D) repudiation of the Monroe Doctrine. (D) good planning and sound management. (B) limiting the powers of government. 144. (C) program to increase the regulatory powers of the state governments. (B) he stifled opposition within the black community. Washington arose in the black community in the early 20th century because: (A) his public efforts at stopping segregation were a failure. (C) analyzing the causes of political corruption. 142. 141. (C) the primary system of party nomination. (C) applying the skills of technical experts to social problems.(C) The example of European colonial powers in Asia and Africa. As a result of the treaty ending the Spanish-American War.
" 146. 150. (C) Wilson's policy cultivated friendship and confidence among Latin American na tions. (D) although touted as a reform measure.B." 147. Which of the following accurately describes the Ku Klux Klan in the 1920's? (A) Its activities were limited to the South. uncontrolled competition. The Underwood-Simmons Tariff. 149. (C) believed in free. Unit VII: A Time of Transition: 1914-1932" 151.we only continue the march of the flag. ours the hear t of dominion. Which of the following statements BEST describes President Woodrow Wilson's Latin American policy? (A) Wilson's policy was no different from that of President Roosevelt and Presid ent Taft. one of the first major pieces of legislation passed in Wilson's administration. Which individual would have been MOST LIKELY to have uttered the above quot ation? (A) Interventionist (B) Imperialist (C) Isolationist (D) Anti-imperialist (E) Pragmatist QUESTION #147 REFERS TO THE FOLLOWING QUOTATION: "The opportunity to earn a dollar in a factory just now is worth infinitely more than the opportunity to spend a dollar in an opera house. (D) approved of big business as long as it used its power fairly.E.we but pitch the tents of liberty farther w estward. (B) it caused a major split in the Democratic party. Which of the following would have been MOST LIKELY to have made the stateme nt above? (A) Theodore Roosevelt (B) W. (B) It favored immigration restriction as well as white supremacy. was significant in that: (A) it was passed over the president's veto. (C) it substantially lowered the tariff and enacted an income tax. Du Bois (C) Booker T. it actually rais ed the rates. Theodore Roosevelt: (A) hated big business above all things. . old-time."Will you affirm by your vote that you are an infidel to American power and prac tical sense? Or will you say that ours is the blood of government. (D) Wilson's policy was to use diplomacy for American business interests and use money to advance foreign policy goals. (B) Wilson's policy was moral in nature based upon his increased awareness of th e rise of Latin American dictators. farther southward -. ours the brain and genius of administration? Will you remember th at we do but what our fathers did -. (B) believed that big business was the major obstacle to increased production an d technological progress. through "log rolling". Washington (D) Woodrow Wilson (E) Josiah Strong 148.
(D) question of a Pan-American collective security organization. Which of the following celebrated trials BEST illustrates the cultural conf lict in the 1920's between fundamentalism and modernism? (A) The Scottsboro Trial (B) The Leopold-Loeb Trial (C) The John T. (C) rapid depletion of the nation's mineral resources. (E) the influence of the Soviet Union within the League. (D) It was generally applied to Europe and Latin America but not to Asia. (D) a group of United States senators who opposed American participation on any terms. 154. It was centered among blacks in the South. (B) decline in farm prosperity during the 1920's. (E) increase in population due to immigration. It consisted of a period of dramatic black intellectual and artistic creati . 156. (B) personal and political rivalries between President Woodrow Wilson and Senato r Henry Cabot Lodge. The principle foreign policy issue confronting the Wilson administration be tween the outbreak of the First World War in 1914 and United States involvement in the conflict in 1917 was: (A) future of United States overseas possessions. Scopes Trial (D) The Albert B. (C) President Wilson's illness. (E) issue of war debt repayment by the Allies. Which of the following did NOT contribute to American prosperity during the "Coolidge" years? (A) America's new position as a world creditor. (B) It usually stressed the avoidance of commercial as well as political ties to other nations. III. 155. An important factor contributing to the Great Depression in the United Stat es in the 1930's was the: (A) large military expenditure in the 1920's. (E) It became obsolete with the formulation of the Monroe Doctrine. (C) freedom of the seas. 152. 153. (D) increased importation of foreign goods. It flourished during the 1920's. Fall Trial (E) The Sacco-Vanzetti Trial 157.(C) It repudiated fundamentalist Protestantism. (B) territorial and political integrity of Poland. Which of the following is TRUE about the concept of isolationism? (A) It emphasized the avoidance of binding political commitments to other nation s. (D) Federal help in the form of low Federal Reserve interest rates and a very hi gh tariff. (C) It had almost no influence on United States foreign policy after 1900. (E) New technology which created new consumer goods. All of the following were factors in the failure of the United States to jo in the League of Nations after the First World War EXCEPT: (A) fear of further involvement in foreign wars. (E) It appeared for the first time during this decade. (D) Many of its members were elected to Congress. (C) The pro-business attitude of the federal government. II. (B) The prosperity of older industries such as textiles and shipping. 158. Which of the following accurately describe(s) the Harlem Renaissance? I.
(E) an immigrant anarchist tried and executed on a murder and robbery charge in Massachusetts in the 1920's. (B) German submarine operations in the Atlantic Ocean. (E) It underscored the Harding administration's indifference to Japanese expansi on in the Far East. and IV only 159. Which of the following is true about the Kellogg-Briand Pact of 1928? (A) It created an alliance between the United States and France. (C) Formation of a German-Japanese alliance directed against the United States. (B) It was a bilateral pact for naval disarmament. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) I only I and III only II and IV only I. II. (D) It confirmed the isolationist nature of United States foreign policy during the 1920's. 161. especially Paris. 160. (B) the assassin of President James A. Garfield. III. 162. IV. The only amendment to the United States Constitution that has been repealed dealt with: (A) the manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages. (C) the voting rights of blacks. Scopes was: (A) an anarchist accused of inciting the 1886 Haymarket bombing in Chicago. (C) It outlawed the use of submarines in warfare.vity. 164. It brought about significant gains in civil rights. (B) prayer in public schools. Which of the following was the most important factor in the American decisi on to enter the First World War? (A) The Bolshevik Revolution in Russia. (B) attraction of European cities. (D) claims of young American writers and critics that American culture was mater ialistic and hostile to the development of their art. (C) a teacher tried for discussing evolution in a Tennessee public school. as centers of innovation an d creativity. (E) It contained provisions ("teeth") for enforcement of peace. (D) The outbreak of a revolution in Mexico. (B) It imposed specific limitations on the number of battleships allowed to the signatory nations. . (E) The German conquest of France. (C) tradition among American writers of taking up temporary residence in Europe. and IV only I. 163. Which of the following is correct about the Washington Naval Conference of 1921-1922? (A) It was convened to equalize naval strength among the five major powers. (E) European tradition of wealthy patrons supporting struggling American artists and writers. (C) It was rejected by the Senate. (D) It was a multilateral pact condemning recourse to war. (D) a character in a novel by William Faulkner. All of the following help to explain the presence of large numbers of expat riate American intellectuals in Europe during the 1920''s EXCEPT: (A) repressive effects of Prohibition and the resurgence of conservatism in the United States. John T.
(E) Federal legislation governing wages and hours. 169. (E) It led the fight for the adoption of the prohibition amendment in such citie s as Milwaukee and St. adopted unanimously by the United States Supreme Court in 1919. (D) Latin America (E) Southern and Eastern Europe 168. (D) Declining prominence of the progressive reform movement. 165. (C) The widespread purchase of common stock. Louis. (E) Passage of legislation requiring that women receive equal pay for equal work . (D) Abandonment of the gold standard. 166. (E) the federal income tax. (B) extreme prudishness and morality. (B) China and Japan (C) Ireland. (C) all states. (E) an attempt to recreate the values of the pre-World War era. 170. (D) an obvious desire to keep things as they were.(D) draft exemption of conscientious objectors. (C) Dissension among women's groups concerning goals. declared that: (A) the formation of the American Communist Party was illegal because it constit . Prior to ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Cons titution. 167. Which of the following was a significant development in the United States d uring the 1920's? (A) The reduction of tariff barriers. The "clear and present danger" doctrine. Which of the following was NOT a factor in the declining public significanc e of the organized feminist movement in the 1920's? (A) The successful conclusion of the campaign for women's suffrage. (B) no state. (D) national elections only. (B) It gave women and blacks positions of primary responsibility in the national party leadership. 171. Which of the following was true of the Socialist Party of America during th e period 1900-1918? (A) It advocated reforms which in many instances were subsequently espoused by t he two major parties. women could vote in: (A) states that had granted them the right to do so. (C) It induced the American Federation of Labor to pursue a policy of industrial unionism. Most of the immigrants who came to the United States between 1880 and 1920 were from: (A) Northern and Western Europe. The work of the "lost generation" of American writers in the 1920's was mar ked by: (A) a rejection of prevailing middle-class values. (B) The consequences of changing manners and morality. (D) It supported unanimously the entry of the United States into the First World War. (B) The rapid growth of unions. (C) a glorification of God and country. (E) state and local elections only.
governmental restrictions on freedom of speech and press were unconstitutional. In the 1920's. (D) they wished to escape recurrent epidemics that were decimating their home po pulations. (E) neither group was affected by the restrictive immigration acts of 1921 and 1 924. (E) avoidance of political but not cultural or economic involvement. (B) they were accepted into unions whose members worked in sectors of the econom y experiencing labor shortages. (C) racial integration. and cultural dealings. 173. (B) avoidance of economic and political but not cultural involvement.uted a "clear and present danger" to the security of the United States. (C) avoidance of cultural and economic but not political involvement. (D) Black economic development. The isolationist tradition in United States foreign policy can best be char acterized as: (A) total avoidance of involvement with other nations. (D) the federal rationing of gasoline and sugar. 177. (C) the war danger having passed. economic. (D) governmental restrictions on freedom of speech and press comprised a "clear and present danger" to the liberties guaranteed by the First Amendment. (D) rhetorical avoidance of involvement with other nations but covert political. (B) the federal government may restrict the expression of ideas that tend to pla ce the nation's security in imminent danger. One reason for this was that: (A) their transportation from home was subsidized by the United States governmen t. . Which of the following accounts for the fact that in the United States in t he 1920's real income per person increased despite the growth in population and the decline in hours worked? (A) Lowering of tariff barriers (B) The development of the corporate holding company (C) The growth of viable trade unions (D) The development of a sound banking system (E) Rapid technological advances 174. (B) the forced relocation of Japanese-Americans from the West Coast to camps in the interior. (C) White Protestant Americans dropped their prejudices against people from Hisp anic cultures. (E) an increase in Black immigration to urban areas. All of the following occurred during the Second World War EXCEPT: (A) a dramatic increase of married women entering the paid work force. Garveyism was identified with all of the following EXCEPT: (A) Pan-Africanism. (E) Black pride. Unit VIII: The Age of FDR: 1933-1945" 176. (B) Black nationalism. (E) constitutional guarantees of "due process of law" could legally be suspended in wartime. 172. Roosevelt's farm policy was primarily designed to: (A) reduce farm prices to make food cheaper for the consumer. 175. Franklin D. the number of Mexicans and Puerto Ricans migrating to the co ntinental United States increased. (C) the prohibition of interstate travel without government permission.
During the Manchurian crisis of 1931-1932. (D) guarantee workers a minimum wage. (D) Withdrew diplomatic representation from Tokyo. (B) the United States declared war on Japan. (B) settle the struggle between the AFL and the CIO. 181. (D) Japanese-Americans were forcefully evacuated from the West Coast. (B) legal protection for workers who sought collective bargaining. (B) Banned the sale of arms to either side. (B) restraint in the use of American military forces. 183. The principal reason for the economic boom in the United States after the S econd World War was: (A) full employment. (E) Germany declared war on the United States. (B) aid for basic living necessities rather than aid to strengthen business inst itutions. 182. reduce production in order to boost farm prices. the Hoover administration did wh ich of the following? (A) Levied an embargo on Japanese goods. The main purpose of the Wagner Labor Relations Act of 1935 was to: (A) end the sit-down strike in Flint. (C) a shortage of consumer goods combined with a reserve of purchasing power in the form of accumulated savings. Michigan.(B) (C) (D) (E) increase production by opening new lands to farmers. est ablished the governmental precedent of: (A) grants rather than loans for relief. 180. The Federal Emergency Relief Act. (C) more caution in defending exploitative practices. Roosevelt recommended legislatio n to achieve all of the following EXCEPT: (A) nationalization of the banks. (C) Ordered the United States ground forces to Mukden. use price and wage controls to stabilize farm prices. (E) strong action by the federal government in behalf of organized labor. President Franklin D. end federal controls over agriculture. (C) ensure workers' right to organize and bargain collectively. 179. (B) the continual production of war materials on a round-the-clock basis. The Good Neighbor Policy promised all of the following EXCEPT: (A) an end to Latin America as a sphere of influence of the United States. because the United States kept ten million men in the armed services as a precautionary measure. (E) Refused to recognize Japan's new conquests. (D) increased consultations with Latin America. (E) government-business cooperation in formulating "codes" of fair competition. (D) the development of public power-generating facilities. authorizing aid to states for relief. (C) government payments to farmers who plowed up their crops. (E) exempt organized labor from the Sherman Antitrust Act. (C) Japan invaded the Philippines. During the New Deal. The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor occurred after: (A) diplomatic negotiations with the United States reached a stalemate. (C) Both A and B (D) Neither A nor B 184. such as railroads. 178. . (D) the continuance of the federal government's operation of some of the basic i ndustries.
(C) provide aid to dependent children.185.S. (C) commitment to "pump priming" as a way to induce economic growth. (B) effort to combine private and government forms of relief. economy. . (D) The president in determining policy should be guided solely by political imp act of the policy. established during the administrat ion of Franklin D. veto of the tax cut would be poor public policy. (D) investigate charges of discrimination against women in job hiring practices. Those who attacked Roosevelt for using too much federal power in New Deal m easures feared: (A) the rise of totalitarian government. The above quotation suggests all but which of the following? (A) The United States continues to be in a depression. (B) The size deemed most effective for efficient operation of the Court. (D) Unionization of mass production industries. (C) Other nations are heavily affected by the U. 190. The legislation of the first New Deal set a NOTABLE precedent by its: (A) acceptance of deficit spending and government intervention to assure public well-being. (C) Desegregation of federal facilities. (B) A presidential veto would be harmful to the nation. (B) the free enterprise system was no longer capable of generating economic grow th. (E) provide jobs for the unemployed. (D) abandonment of any "laissez-faire" approach to government. (B) Establishment of federal aid and support programs for agriculture. was the federal agency empowered to: (A) protect employees from unfair labor practices. (C) Life appointments of Supreme Court Justices. (E) Establishment of a social security system. (D) only the government had access to large funds needed for relief. The Great Depression of the 1930's contributed LEAST to which of the follow ing? (A) Emergence of the Democratic party as the majority party." 187. (C) the loss of local and state government's power. (D) All of the above QUESTION #187 REFERS TO THE FOLLOWING QUOTATION: "With millions of men and women still unemployed and the whole industrialized wo rld critically dependent upon the scope and vigor of the American economic recov ery. 186. Those who favored more government participation in resolving depression ill s believed: (A) business institutions were not expanding their funds to increase production. (E) The unemployment rate is high in the nation. (B) the destruction of the free enterprise system. The court-packing plan threatened which principle set forth by the Constitu tion? (A) The independence of the judicial branch of government. which political headline-h unting could not justify. (D) Balanced political representation on the Court. The Works Progress Administration (WPA). 191. Roosevelt. 189. 188. (B) provide financial aid to western farmers suffering from low grain prices. (C) the wealth of the nation was not equitably distributed.
Which of the following have historians perceived as ending American neutral ity and committing the United States to an Allied victory? (A) The collapse of France (B) The passage of the Lend-Lease Act (C) The ABCD Encirclement (D) The invasion of Manchuria (E) The Neutrality Act of 1939 195. (C) wealthy businessmen (D) blacks in northern cities. (B) the urban masses. 196. avoid strikes in war-related industries. (C) were misleading the American people and maneuvering the nation into war. (B) were supported by a very powerful majority of the American people. (D) None of the above 198. (B) the President to institute an embargo if a state of war exists between natio ns. A (A) to (B) to (C) to . (E) midwestern farmers. (D) None of the above 194. President Roosevelt's policies were pr imarily criticized by isolationists on the grounds that they: (A) were giving too much attention to strengthening American defenses. (B) the social basis. major objective of the federal government during World War II was: allow wage increases only within certain limits. (D) were failing to educate the American people as to their responsibilities in halting aggression. The New Deal coalition included significant support from all of the followi ng EXCEPT: (A) organized labor. 197. (C) the feverish last days of the presidential campaign of 1932. prevent businesses from overcharging the public for goods in short supply . 199. (C) American vessels to carry nonmilitary goods to belligerents on a "cash and c arry" basis.192. Prior to the attack on Pearl Harbor. (B) oscillated between cooperation with the Allies and adherence to strict neutr ality. (D) All of the above. The Neutrality Acts of the 1930's permitted: (A) the shipment of arms and munitions to belligerents. President Roosevelt's policies between 1939 and 1941: (A) stand in sharp contrast to Wilson's preceding the nation's entry into World War I. (B) the period immediately after Roosevelt's first inauguration. for levying taxes to collect revenue. (C) Both A and B (D) Neither A nor B 193. The handling of the depression problems by the Roosevelt administration revealed: (A) the irrelevance of "rugged individualism" during an intense depression. The "Hundred Days" refers to: (A) the period immediately after Roosevelt's election in 1932 and his inaugurati on. (C) were clearly designed to lead to this nation's intervention into World War II. as well as economic.
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