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    One British principle of government valued by the American colonists was the (1 point)custom of having a ruling king or queen. right to pay no tax unless it was levied by their own representatives. freedom to wage violent protest if they thought it was necessary. potential to have an aristocratic house in the legislature. 2. Which of the following describes Loyalists? (1 point)They decided to fight against the British. They supported British taxation. They thought Patriots were too radical. They wanted to return to Britain. 3. In late summer of 1781, Washington’s troops trapped Cornwallis’s army at (1 point)Princeton. Yorktown. Boston Harbor. Philadelphia. Use the quotation and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. “December 25th—Christmas. We are still in tents, when ought to be in huts—the poor sick, suffer much in tents this cold weather. But we now treat them differently from what they used to be at home. . . . We avoid piddling pills, powders, Babus’s Linctus’s cordials—and all such insignificant matters whose powers are only rendered important by causing the patient to vomit up his money instead of his disease. But very few of the sick men die.” —Albigence Waldo on the care of the sick at Valley Forge 4. Albigence Waldo was a physician at Valley Forge. What does he say about the quality of care that sick soldiers received at Valley Forge? (1 point)The soldiers receive the same treatment as if they were at home. Many don’t suffer in the cold despite being housed in tents. Many soldiers are treated with remedies that do nothing to cure them. Despite receiving different treatment from the normal, few of the sick die. 5. The United States Constitution provides for (1 point)checks and balances, separation of powers, and a unicameral legislature. federalism, abolition of slavery, and reserved powers. checks and balances, federalism, and separation of powers. delegated powers, federalism, and voting rights for all men over 21. 6. Which of the following arguments would have been used by a Federalist? (1 point)A strong, central government will be able to handle the problems that face the new nation. Without a bill of rights, the Constitution will not provide basic liberties. The Constitution will strengthen the democratic state governments and decrease the powers of the central government. The Constitution will provide a more elitist government by concentrating power in relatively few hands at a great distance from voters. 7. The goal of William Lloyd Garrison’s The Liberator was to (1 point)convince the public that slavery was necessary for the South. build public support for the abolition of slavery. pressure the government to decrease taxes on Southern farmers. win for women the same rights that men held. Use the quotation and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. “That old ship, the institution of slavery, is dead, and I am glad of it. Shall I employ its captain or its manager to bear me through the ocean again?” —African American minister’s post-slavery response 8. The speaker in the quotation above uses a metaphor to describe the situation African Americans faced after slavery. What issue is the minister addressing? (1 point)what method of transportation African Americans should use to escape slavery Lincoln’s emancipation policy whom freedmen should look to for leadership whether freedmen should return to Africa or remain in the United States 9. The 1850 Fugitive Slave Act increased tensions between the North and the South because (1 point)Northerners were no longer able to ignore slavery and its effects. Southerners were angry that Northerners were capturing slaves to work in factories. the act encouraged enslaved persons to move north to escape bondage in the South. the act was a significant victory for Northern abolitionists. 10. Why was the capture of Vicksburg important to the North? (1 point)The ironworks at Vicksburg supplied most of the Confederacy’s weapons. Vicksburg was the capital of the Confederacy. Vicksburg was the key to the Anaconda Plan’s goal of gaining control of the Mississippi River and cutting the South in half. Vicksburg was the headquarters of Robert E. Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia. 11. What was one effect of Reconstruction? (1 point)It gave African American men the right to vote. It eliminated all racial barriers in the South. It healed the bitterness between North and South. It resulted in the ratification of the Twelfth Amendment. 12. To maximize profits, early corporations (1 point)bought few raw materials. moved to countries where labor was less expensive. paid their workers the lowest possible wage. expanded into foreign markets. 13. Which of the following characterized the spoils system? (1 point)Elected officials rewarded their supporters with jobs. Government workers received their jobs due to their expertise. Presidential candidates participated in elaborate rallies to get out the vote. Political participation and partisanship declined. 14. When rural Americans moved to urban areas in the late 1800s, which one of the following conditions did they face? (1 point)higher costs of living clean city streets difficult access to supplies fewer cultural opportunities 15. To combat high costs, the Populist Party demanded (1 point)the coinage of gold. education on new farming techniques. government ownership of the railroads. an end to political corruption. Use the graph and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. 16. What does the above chart indicate about the economic situation of many Southerners? (1 point)Many Southerners depended too heavily on industry. After the Civil War, many Southerners struggled financially. The Civil War and Reconstruction had little effect on the South. Southerners needed to focus more on cotton production. Use the graph and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. 17. What conclusions about industrialization and Progressivism might one draw from the graph? (1 point)The Progressive Era apparently had little effect on the number of children employed in the American workplace. Industrialization increased the demand for child labor, but Progressive reforms probably helped to reduce child labor. Industrialization probably had no relationship to the number of children employed in the United States. Industrialization increased the demand for child labor, and Progressive reforms probably did little to reduce child labor. 18. Why do you think that the Anti-Imperialist League Platform authors refer to the “might makes right” idea as an “ancient heresy”? (1 point)to contrast the actions of the Spanish in Cuba with those of Great Britain in China to emphasize that the democratic traditions of the United States do not support imperialism to point out that international law does not actually prevent the United States from acquiring overseas territories to question the part of international law that forbids imperialism 19. With his Square Deal, Theodore Roosevelt hoped to (1 point)help pull the United States out of the Great Depression. increase the influence and power of the United States among the nations of the world. keep the wealthy and powerful from taking advantage of small business owners and the poor. help business trusts remain competitive. 20. At the conclusion of the Spanish-American War, the United States (1 point)retreated from its efforts to gain control of overseas territories. had gained an empire and new stature in world affairs. was forced to give up control of Cuba. agreed to return control of the Philippines to Spain. 21. Imperialism refers to the policy in which strong nations (1 point)defend weak nations against aggressive acts by other nations. offer military assistance in exchange for economic aid. help weak nations develop democratic forms of government. extend their political, military, and economic control over weaker territories. 22. The United States was drawn into World War I because of (1 point)Germany’s invasion of France and the withdrawal of Russia from the conflict. the rapid destruction of France’s military, Britain’s withdrawal from the conflict, and a Mexican alliance with Germany. Germany’s invasion of Belgium, the sinking of the Lusitania, and the Zimmermann note. President Woodrow Wilson’s strong desire to push the United States to war. 23. During Prohibition, the “wets” argued for (1 point)a lower drinking age. the repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment. the legalization of bootlegging. stronger enforcement of restrictions on drinking. 24. At issue in the Scopes Trial of 1925 was whether a public school teacher could (1 point)teach about Darwin’s theory of evolution. tell students that the Bible contained errors. teach a course on the Bible. speak out against Darwin’s theory of evolution. 25. With its original sound created from a variety of musical styles, jazz became (1 point)a cause of new divisions between white and black Americans. a symbol of American domination of the post–World War I world. mainly associated with white musicians in the northern United States. a demonstration of the depth and richness of African American culture. 26. Which group experienced an early depression in the 1920s? (1 point)farmers bank owners industrial workers stock market investors Use the quotation and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. “Finally, in our progress toward a resumption of work we require two safeguards against a return of the evils of the old order; there must be a strict supervision of all banking and credits and investments; there must be an end to speculation with other people’s money, and there must be provision for an adequate but sound currency.” —Franklin D. Roosevelt, First Inaugural Address 27. Which New Deal agency related most closely to what President Roosevelt was speaking about in this quotation? (1 point)Securities and Exchange Commission Civilian Conservation Corps Tennessee Valley Authority Civil Works Administration 28. Poverty-stricken Americans living in the Tennessee River valley benefited from the Tennessee Valley Authority, which (1 point)paid farmers not to grow certain crops. gave local residents subsidies for moving to the cities. built a series of dams to control floods and generate electricity. helped farmers plant new kinds of drought-resistant crops. Essay Note: Your teacher will grade your responses to ensure you receive proper credit for your answers. 29. What were the causes of World War I? In what capacity did the United States contribute at the beginning of the War? End of the War? Provide details to support your answer. (10 points) 30. How did the New Deal affect women, African Americans, Native Americans, and other minorities? How did these groups of people benefit from the New Deal? Provide details to support your answer. (5 points) 31. Why did many colonists protest the Stamp Act? What actions did the Colonists take? How did the Loyalists respond? Provide details to support your answer. (5 points) Use the table and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. 32. What factors do you think caused the dramatic change in prices and wages between the years of 1917-1920? Why did many prices drop in 1921? Explain your reasoning. (5 points) Use the political cartoon and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. This political cartoon appeared in Harper’s Weekly on March 25, 1882. 33. Whom do the two men seated at the table represent? What does this cartoon suggest about American attitudes toward immigration in the late 1800s? How do you know this? When answering this question use specific details in the cartoon to explain your reasoning. (10 points) Historical Context Millions of immigrants moved to the United States in the late 1800s. Some native-born Americans feared the newcomers and tried to stop immigration from certain countries. Nonetheless, waves of people continued to arrive in America each year. Despite facing many difficulties, these immigrants made great contributions to their new country. Use the map and your knowledge of social studies to answer question 34. Map about immigration, c. 1860: 34. What is this map depicting? What do the new names on the map have in common? Use specific details and examples to explain your answer. (5 points) Use the table and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. Immigrants to the United States, by Major Occupation Group, 1865–1895: 35. Which occupation group among the immigrants was consistently the largest? Why do you think so many people from that group immigrated to the United States? Does this chart contradict immigration of today? Provide examples and details to support your answer. (5 points) Use the photo and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. Chinese laborers at a Southern Pacific Railroad trestle in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Sacramento, California, 1877: 36. What clues does the photo give about the work and conditions for these workers? Please explain the clues provided and give examples to support your conclusions. (3 points) Use the political cartoon and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. “Looking Backward,” a political cartoon from 1893: 37. In the cartoon, now-prosperous immigrants object to further immigration to America. What is the meaning behind the prosperous immigrants’ shadows? Why might the prosperous immigrants be against further immigration to America? Can this cartoon be applied today? If so, with what types of immigrants and why? Provide details and support for your answer. (10 points) 38. Describe the experiences of immigrants to the United States in the late 1800s. Explain how immigrants contributed to the nation’s growth during this period. Your essay should include an introduction/thesis, body with 3 examples and a conclusion. (15 points)

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    connections United States History A Unit 5: Review & Final

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    u ever get answers?

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    Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1. One British principle of government valued by the American colonists was the (1 point) (0 pts) custom of having a ruling king or queen. (1 pt) right to pay no tax unless it was levied by their own representatives. (0 pts) freedom to wage violent protest if they thought it was necessary. (0 pts) potential to have an aristocratic house in the legislature. 1 /1 point 2. Which of the following describes Loyalists? (1 point) (0 pts) They decided to fight against the British. (0 pts) They supported British taxation. (1 pt) They thought Patriots were too radical. (0 pts) They wanted to return to Britain. 1 /1 point 3. In late summer of 1781, Washington’s troops trapped Cornwallis’s army at (1 point) (0 pts) Princeton. (1 pt) Yorktown. (0 pts) Boston Harbor. (0 pts) Philadelphia. 1 /1 point Use the quotation and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. “December 25th—Christmas. We are still in tents, when ought to be in huts—the poor sick, suffer much in tents this cold weather. But we now treat them differently from what they used to be at home. . . . We avoid piddling pills, powders, Babus’s Linctus’s cordials—and all such insignificant matters whose powers are only rendered important by causing the patient to vomit up his money instead of his disease. But very few of the sick men die.” —Albigence Waldo on the care of the sick at Valley Forge 4. Albigence Waldo was a physician at Valley Forge. What does he say about the quality of care that sick soldiers received at Valley Forge? (1 point) (0 pts) The soldiers receive the same treatment as if they were at home. (0 pts) Many don’t suffer in the cold despite being housed in tents. (0 pts) Many soldiers are treated with remedies that do nothing to cure them. (1 pt) Despite receiving different treatment from the normal, few of the sick die. 1 /1 point 5. The United States Constitution provides for (1 point) (0 pts) checks and balances, separation of powers, and a unicameral legislature. (0 pts) federalism, abolition of slavery, and reserved powers. (1 pt) checks and balances, federalism, and separation of powers. (0 pts) delegated powers, federalism, and voting rights for all men over 21. 1 /1 point 6. Which of the following arguments would have been used by a Federalist? (1 point) (1 pt) A strong, central government will be able to handle the problems that face the new nation. (0 pts) Without a bill of rights, the Constitution will not provide basic liberties. (0 pts) The Constitution will strengthen the democratic state governments and decrease the powers of the central government. (0 pts) The Constitution will provide a more elitist government by concentrating power in relatively few hands at a great distance from voters. 1 /1 point 7. The goal of William Lloyd Garrison’s The Liberator was to (1 point) (0 pts) convince the public that slavery was necessary for the South. (1 pt) build public support for the abolition of slavery. (0 pts) pressure the government to decrease taxes on Southern farmers. (0 pts) win for women the same rights that men held. 1 /1 point Use the quotation and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. “That old ship, the institution of slavery, is dead, and I am glad of it. Shall I employ its captain or its manager to bear me through the ocean again?” —African American minister’s post-slavery response 8. The speaker in the quotation above uses a metaphor to describe the situation African Americans faced after slavery. What issue is the minister addressing? (1 point) (0 pts) what method of transportation African Americans should use to escape slavery (0 pts) Lincoln’s emancipation policy (1 pt) whom freedmen should look to for leadership (0 pts) whether freedmen should return to Africa or remain in the United States 1 /1 point 9. The 1850 Fugitive Slave Act increased tensions between the North and the South because (1 point) (1 pt) Northerners were no longer able to ignore slavery and its effects. (0 pts) Southerners were angry that Northerners were capturing slaves to work in factories. (0 pts) the act encouraged enslaved persons to move north to escape bondage in the South. (0 pts) the act was a significant victory for Northern abolitionists. 1 /1 point 10. Why was the capture of Vicksburg important to the North? (1 point) (0 pts) The ironworks at Vicksburg supplied most of the Confederacy’s weapons. (0 pts) Vicksburg was the capital of the Confederacy. (1 pt) Vicksburg was the key to the Anaconda Plan’s goal of gaining control of the Mississippi River and cutting the South in half. (0 pts) Vicksburg was the headquarters of Robert E. Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia. 1 /1 point 11. What was one effect of Reconstruction? (1 point) (1 pt) It gave African American men the right to vote. (0 pts) It eliminated all racial barriers in the South. (0 pts) It healed the bitterness between North and South. (0 pts) It resulted in the ratification of the Twelfth Amendment. 1 /1 point 12. To maximize profits, early corporations (1 point) (0 pts) bought few raw materials. (0 pts) moved to countries where labor was less expensive. (1 pt) paid their workers the lowest possible wage. (0 pts) expanded into foreign markets. 1 /1 point 13. Which of the following characterized the spoils system? (1 point) (1 pt) Elected officials rewarded their supporters with jobs. (0 pts) Government workers received their jobs due to their expertise. (0 pts) Presidential candidates participated in elaborate rallies to get out the vote. (0 pts) Political participation and partisanship declined. 1 /1 point 14. When rural Americans moved to urban areas in the late 1800s, which one of the following conditions did they face? (1 point) (1 pt) higher costs of living (0 pts) clean city streets (0 pts) difficult access to supplies (0 pts) fewer cultural opportunities 1 /1 point 15. To combat high costs, the Populist Party demanded (1 point) (0 pts) the coinage of gold. (0 pts) education on new farming techniques. (1 pt) government ownership of the railroads. (0 pts) an end to political corruption. 1 /1 point Use the graph and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. 16. What does the above chart indicate about the economic situation of many Southerners? (1 point) (0 pts) Many Southerners depended too heavily on industry. (1 pt) After the Civil War, many Southerners struggled financially. (0 pts) The Civil War and Reconstruction had little effect on the South. (0 pts) Southerners needed to focus more on cotton production. 1 /1 point Use the graph and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. 17. What conclusions about industrialization and Progressivism might one draw from the graph? (1 point) (0 pts) The Progressive Era apparently had little effect on the number of children employed in the American workplace. (1 pt) Industrialization increased the demand for child labor, but Progressive reforms probably helped to reduce child labor. (0 pts) Industrialization probably had no relationship to the number of children employed in the United States. (0 pts) Industrialization increased the demand for child labor, and Progressive reforms probably did little to reduce child labor. 1 /1 point 18. Why do you think that the Anti-Imperialist League Platform authors refer to the “might makes right” idea as an “ancient heresy”? (1 point) (0 pts) to contrast the actions of the Spanish in Cuba with those of Great Britain in China (1 pt) to emphasize that the democratic traditions of the United States do not support imperialism (0 pts) to point out that international law does not actually prevent the United States from acquiring overseas territories (0 pts) to question the part of international law that forbids imperialism 1 /1 point 19. With his Square Deal, Theodore Roosevelt hoped to (1 point) (0 pts) help pull the United States out of the Great Depression. (0 pts) increase the influence and power of the United States among the nations of the world. (1 pt) keep the wealthy and powerful from taking advantage of small business owners and the poor. (0 pts) help business trusts remain competitive. 1 /1 point 20. At the conclusion of the Spanish-American War, the United States (1 point) (0 pts) retreated from its efforts to gain control of overseas territories. (1 pt) had gained an empire and new stature in world affairs. (0 pts) was forced to give up control of Cuba. (0 pts) agreed to return control of the Philippines to Spain. 1 /1 point 21. Imperialism refers to the policy in which strong nations (1 point) (0 pts) defend weak nations against aggressive acts by other nations. (0 pts) offer military assistance in exchange for economic aid. (0 pts) help weak nations develop democratic forms of government. (1 pt) extend their political, military, and economic control over weaker territories. 1 /1 point 22. The United States was drawn into World War I because of (1 point) (0 pts) Germany’s invasion of France and the withdrawal of Russia from the conflict. (0 pts) the rapid destruction of France’s military, Britain’s withdrawal from the conflict, and a Mexican alliance with Germany. (1 pt) Germany’s invasion of Belgium, the sinking of the Lusitania, and the Zimmermann note. (0 pts) President Woodrow Wilson’s strong desire to push the United States to war. 1 /1 point 23. During Prohibition, the “wets” argued for (1 point) (0 pts) a lower drinking age. (1 pt) the repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment. (0 pts) the legalization of bootlegging. (0 pts) stronger enforcement of restrictions on drinking. 1 /1 point 24. At issue in the Scopes Trial of 1925 was whether a public school teacher could (1 point) (1 pt) teach about Darwin’s theory of evolution. (0 pts) tell students that the Bible contained errors. (0 pts) teach a course on the Bible. (0 pts) speak out against Darwin’s theory of evolution. 1 /1 point 25. With its original sound created from a variety of musical styles, jazz became (1 point) (0 pts) a cause of new divisions between white and black Americans. (0 pts) a symbol of American domination of the post–World War I world. (0 pts) mainly associated with white musicians in the northern United States. (1 pt) a demonstration of the depth and richness of African American culture. 1 /1 point 26. Which group experienced an early depression in the 1920s? (1 point) (1 pt) farmers (0 pts) bank owners (0 pts) industrial workers (0 pts) stock market investors 1 /1 point Use the quotation and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. “Finally, in our progress toward a resumption of work we require two safeguards against a return of the evils of the old order; there must be a strict supervision of all banking and credits and investments; there must be an end to speculation with other people’s money, and there must be provision for an adequate but sound currency.” —Franklin D. Roosevelt, First Inaugural Address 27. Which New Deal agency related most closely to what President Roosevelt was speaking about in this quotation? (1 point) (1 pt) Securities and Exchange Commission (0 pts) Civilian Conservation Corps (0 pts) Tennessee Valley Authority (0 pts) Civil Works Administration 1 /1 point 28. Poverty-stricken Americans living in the Tennessee River valley benefited from the Tennessee Valley Authority, which (1 point) (0 pts) paid farmers not to grow certain crops. (0 pts) gave local residents subsidies for moving to the cities. (1 pt) built a series of dams to control floods and generate electricity. (0 pts) helped farmers plant new kinds of drought-resistant crops. 1 /1 point

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    did you get the essay questions done? im struggling.

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    @sromin I'm in love with you have my babies

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    whats #35threw 38

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    @sromin

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    um please help?

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