Chapters 21-24

Which of the following best defines the Progressive movement?
middle-class response to urbanization

All of the following reforms were adopted during the Progressive era except
federal antilynching law

Which of the following was NOT a reason for the split in the Republican party in 1912?
Democratic control of the White House

Which of the following was LEAST likely to support a proposal for a direct primary?
Joseph Cannon

Most Progressive politicians opposed the election of
William Howard Taft in 1912

The passage of the Federal Reserve Act in 1913 was important because it
permitted a flexible money supply

Woodrow Wilson’s campaign for New Freedom won the 1912 presidential election over Theodore Roosevelt and his New Nationalism. Which of the following statements is accurate?
New Nationalism would still influence the federal government for the next 60 years

W.E.B. Du Bois disagreed with Booker T. Washington’s
suggestion that economic issues were more important than civil rights

“It is vitally necessary to move forward, to shake off the dead hand. . .of the reactionaries, and yet we have a lunatic fringe among the votaries of any forward movement.”

Of the following individuals, who would have been most likely to agree with the policy depicted in the cartoon on page 443?
William Howard Taft

“German submarine warfare was the single most important factor in causing the United States to enter World War I.”
the Zimmerman Telegram

Which of the following was NOT involved in Woodrow Wilson’s decision to ask Congress for a declaration of war?
the influence of Henry Cabot Lodge

The generalization BEST supported by information in the graph is that
from 1914 to 1919, the U.S. government debt increased dramatically

Which of the following could NOT be an explanation for Woodrow Wilson’s reelection in 1916?
Henry Cabots Lodge’s opposition to the League of Nations

Which of the following is a correct statement about the United States during the years 1919 and 1920?
The president was partially incapacitated by illness

Those who question whether U.S. policy from 1914-1916 was truly neutral point to
increased U.S. trade with Britain and France

The Treaty of Versailles was defended by President Wilson on the grounds that
it provided for a League of Nations committed to preserving the peace

Which of the following was a major effect of World War I on American society in 1917 and 1918?
migration of African Americans to the North

A historian writing about Woodrow Wilson’s foreign policy after the Armstice would be LEAST interested in examining
the Zimmerman Telegram

Going into war, Wilson said: “The world must be made safe for democracy.” Someone wishing to argue that democracy in the United States was less safe after World War I would point to
the Red Scare

All of the following were notable trends and movements of the 1920’s EXCEPT
increase in union membership

Which of the following was the LEAST important consideration in U.S. foreign policy during the 1920’s?
developing stron alliances

During the 1920’s, the group who generally did NOT prosper was

Which of the following was the focus of a dispute between moderists and traditionists in the 1920’s?
Scopes trial

The sentiment expressed in the cartoon on page 487 most directly influenced the passage of
laws restricting immigration

Which of the following had contrasting points of view on events and issues of the 1920’s?
William Jennings Bryan-Clarence Darrow

Which source would be most important to a historian investigating the effects of the protective tarrif from 1922-1930?
Commerce Department statistics on imports and exports

Prohibition led to all of the following EXCEPT
greater tolerance among temperance reformers

“We in America today are nearer to the final triumph over poverty than ever before in the history of any land.” This statement by the presidential candidate Herbert Hoover in 1928 could BEST be supported by
statistics on the U.S. automobile industry

“Isolation characterized U.S. foreign policy in the 1920’s.” Which of the following might be used to refute the above claim?
U.S. leadership in calling the Washington Conference

In combatting the depression, Herbert Hoover favored all of the following EXCEPT
federal relief programs for the unemployed

“The New Deal brought sweeping changes in American politics and society.” Each of the following actions supports this statement EXCEPT
increased spending by consumers

The New Deal legislation that has the widest impact over the past 60 years is the
Social Security Act

“Economic indicators during Hoover’s presidency reached new lows.” Which of these indicators went UP instead of down?

Of the following, the greatest threat to Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal was:
Huey Long

Which of the following pairs of people is closely identified with the bonus march?
Herbert Hoover and Douglad MacArthur

All of the following were passed or created by Congress during the second New Deal EXCEPT
the National Recovery Administration

All of the following played a role causing the Great Depression EXCEPT
low tarrifs

The New Deal implemented theories of John Maynard Keynes that stressed the importance of
deficit spending for “pump priming”

In response to conservative rulings of the Supreme Court, President Roosevelt took action that resulted in
his first major legilative defeat

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Which of the following increased in the 1920s? a) Farmers’ debt b)Prices for farm products c)Foreign demand for U.S. farm products d)Domestic demand for U.S. farm products a) Farmers’ debt Which was not a cause of the Great Depression? a)Tariffs …

Which of the following increased in the 1920s? a) Farmers’ debt b)Prices for farm products c)Foreign demand for U.S. farm products d)Domestic demand for U.S. farm products a) Farmers’ debt Which was not a cause of the Great Depression? a)Tariffs …

What were the causes of the Great Depression? -buying on credit, tariffs& war debt, unequal distribution of income, crisis in the farm sector -There were many causes of the Great Depression, starting with WWI, then the Spanish Flu which wiped …

Roosevelt’s recovery program (Tennessee Valley Authority, Nationla Industrial Recovery Act, National Urban League, Lusitania, just peace, return to normalcy, First Hundred Days, Washington Disarmament Conference, New Deal, Young Plan, progressivism, Patman Bill) New Deal fair treatment of all nations following …

What happened to the prices of the stocks of the major industries between May 1928 and September 1929? What was the cause of this movement? The average price of stocks increased over 40% What were the major causes of the …

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