a multi-part history question
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Assignment: a multi-part history question
1. In the 1920s, the writings of the “Lost Generation” authors, such as F. What was the central topic in the works of Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway?
Inequalities in civil rights
D.disillusionment after the war
2. Why were many labor unions opposed to the United States joining the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in 1993?
They feared that many Americans would lose their employment to cheaper labor from other countries.
B.They expected an increase in immigration to the United States as a result.
C.They were concerned that until other countries were participating, it would be ineffective.
D.They were concerned that it would result in more stringent government restrictions regarding working conditions and remuneration.
3. This is an excerpt from President Woodrow Wilson’s 1917 speech to Congress.
Vessels of all kinds, regardless of flag, character, cargo, destination, or errand, have been ruthlessly despatched to the bottom without warning or consideration of rescue or pity for those on board, friendly neutral vessels as well as belligerent vessels.
Wilson was discussing which cause for the United States’ engagement in World War I in this passage.
The Zimmermann Telegram is discovered for the first time.
B.Austria-Hungary’s sinking of merchant ships
C.the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia begins
D.Germany’s use of submarine warfare
4.In what ways did yellow journalism play a role in the outbreak of the Spanish-American War?
A.By sensationalizing news stories, it swayed public opinion in favor of the war.
B.It provided the government with accurate information about Spain’s actions in Cuba.
C.It was used to convey secret messages between Cuban and American military authorities.
D.It inhibited government officials from responding too soon in reference to the war.Page Break
5. What do William Faulkner, Zora Neale Hurston, and John Steinbeck have in common?
A.They were all authors who authored fictional stories to entertain and elevate people during the Great Depression.
B.They were all authors who addressed subjects relating to the trials of daily life in America.
C.They were all authors who addressed themes of racism and inequality as part of the Harlem Renaissance.
D.They were all authors who created satirical novels aimed at critiquing conformity in America.
7 This is a quote from a 1944 Supreme Court ruling.
To reduce this case to racial stereotypes while ignoring the real military dangers that were there just confuses the situation. Korematsu was not barred from the military zone due to prejudice against him or his race. He was excluded because we are at war with the Japanese Empire, because properly constituted military authorities feared an invasion of our West Coast and felt compelled to take appropriate security measures, because they determined that the military urgency of the situation demanded that all citizens of Japanese ancestry be temporarily separated from the West Coast, and finally, because Congress,
What was the case’s major conclusion?
A.It necessitated the creation of separate but equal public facilities.
B.It curtailed the executive branch’s power.
C.It permitted for civil liberties to be curtailed in times of national emergency.
D.It put minority groups’ civil freedoms ahead of national security.
13. How did President Woodrow Wilson’s Moral Diplomacy vary from Presidents Roosevelt and Taft’s foreign policies?
A.Wilson brought the US engagement in Latin America to an end.
B.Wilson used the United States’ economic might to exercise influence in Latin America.
C.Wilson utilized military action to advance the United States’ goals.
D.Wilson provided assistance to Latin American countries eager to embrace democratic ideas.
17. This is a portion of a law passed in 1940.
Every male citizen of the United States, and every other male residing in the United States, who…is between the ages of eighteen and sixty-five, shall be required to present himself for and submit to registration at some time or times and place or places…as determined by the rules and regulations prescribed hereunder.
What was the point of enacting this law?
A.to prepare for an expansion in the military’s size
B.to find out who might afford to purchase war bonds
C.to disseminate rationing guidelines to individuals
D.to appoint qualified individuals to wartime occupations
18. What factor allowed railroads to expand so quickly in the late 1800s?
A.Railroad businesses were given free land by the federal government.
B.Railroad businesses’ maximum charges were determined by the federal government.
C.Laws governing railroad building were approved by Congress.
D.Laws prohibiting railroad workers from forming unions were established by Congress.
22. Why did General Dwight D. Eisenhower play such an important role in World War II?
A.In the Pacific Theater, he negotiated the Japanese capitulation.
B.He made the decision to attack Hiroshima and Nagasaki with atomic weapons.
C.He liberated the Philippines by rescuing men from the Bataan Death March.
On D-Day, he was the supreme commander of the Allied forces.
23. This is an excerpt from President Harry S. Truman’s Executive Order 9981, signed in 1948.
The President declares that all members of the armed forces will receive equal treatment and opportunities regardless of race, color, religion, or national origin.
What were the consequences of this executive order for the United States?
Choose two that apply.
A.It enabled the United States to provide aid to Europe’s war-torn countries.
B.It explained the communist containment doctrine.
C.It de-segregated the military.
D.It granted the state of Israel diplomatic recognition.
E.It was a catalyst for the Civil Rights Movement.
24. Why did the Affordable Care Act of 2010 cause such a stir?
It compelled Americans to join a government-run health-care plan.
B.It imposed a financial penalty on Americans who did not have health insurance.
C.It mandated that all medical expenses be covered in full by health insurance companies.
D.It allowed health insurers to refuse coverage to people with pre-existing conditions.
26. Several actions taken by the United States during the Cold War are listed in this graph.
Airlift to Berlin
Marshall Plan of Action
The Korean Conflict
What policy was implemented as a result of these actions?
27. The following is an excerpt from a Library of Congress document.
Unfortunately, life in California did not turn out to be as perfect as had been planned. When they realized that a big amount of California farmland was held by large, corporate farms that farmed many crops and were far more advanced than the smaller farms of the Great Plains, many migrants gave up farming. There were typically fewer employment available than had been advertised, and desperate workers couldn’t afford to refuse the corporate farms’ dismal pay and living conditions…. Roadside camps arose, feeding migrant workers’ resistance that came from many local communities…. Migrants were beaten up and their shacks were set on fire by vigilante groups. Local police personnel were frequently antagonistic as well.
What event in American history is this document about, based on this excerpt?
A.Bowl of Dust
B. Massive Migration
C.Niagara Movement (C.Niagara Movement)
Strike of D.Pullman
28. Which purpose did the annexation of Hawaii and the purchase of the Philippines share in the late 1800s?
A.providing ports and fueling stations in the Pacific for American ships
B.acquiring property for the construction of an isthmus canal
C.returning to an isolationist and self-sufficient policy
D.restraints on European impact in Latin America
29. This is a portion of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s inaugural address, delivered on March 4, 1933.
If Congress fails to take one of these two routes, and the national emergency remains critical, I will not be able to avoid the clear course of action that will be required of me. I’ll ask Congress for the last remaining tool to deal with the crisis: wide executive authority to wage a battle against the emergency, comparable to the authority granted to me if we were invaded by a foreign opponent.
What is the long-term political consequence of the Great Depression as reflected in this excerpt?
A.The federal government’s economic authority grew.
B.Veto authority was granted to the president.
C.Congress got the authority to declare war without resorting to physical combat.
D.State governments took assumed responsibility for social programs.
30. How did the Watergate affair affect the United States during President Richard Nixon’s presidency?
A.The public’s faith in the government has eroded.
B.The Constitution was changed to limit how many terms a president may serve.
C.The ability to impeach a president for breaching the law was granted to Congress.
D.The executive branch’s authority grew.
31. This is an excerpt from a Supreme Court decision from 1896.
The Louisiana regulation requiring railway businesses transporting passengers…to provide equal, but separate, accommodations for white and colored races…does not contradict with the provisions of the United States Constitution’s Thirteenth or Fourteenth Amendments.
Which Supreme Court case did this excerpt come from?
New York v. A.Lochner
Ferguson v. B.Plessy
United States v. C.Swift and Co.
E.C. v. D.United States Knight
32. This is an excerpt from a Supreme Court decision from 1896.
The Louisiana regulation requiring railway firms transporting passengers…to provide equal, but separate, accommodations for white and colored races…does not violate with the Thirteenth or Fourteenth Amendments of the United States Constitution.
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