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Question 10 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) (MC)Which of the following ensured construction of the Panama Canal? U.S. foreign aid payments to Panama Theodore Roosevelt’s big stick diplomacy U.S. victory in the Spanish-American War U.S. contracts with a French canal-building company Question 11 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) (MC)What enabled the United States to become involved in the construction of the Panama Canal? The government that started building the canal was overthrown by pro-U.S. rebels. The company that owned the rights to the Canal Zone sold the rights to the highest bidder. The government that controlled the Canal Zone requested financing from the United States. The company that was originally constructing the canal could not afford to finish the project. Question 12 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) (MC)The quote below was part of a campaign speech given by Senator Albert J. Beveridge in 1898: “But today we are raising more than we can consume. Today we are making more than we can use. Today our industrial society is congested; there are more workers than there is work; there is more capital than there is investment. We do not need more money—we need more circulation, more employment. Therefore, we must find new markets for our produce, new occupation for our capital, new work for our labor.” Which type of policy was this statement intended to justify? detente imperialism containment protectionism Question 13 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) (MC)What change did the U.S. economy experience in the years immediately after World War I? an export-led boom centered on trade with Asia increasing reliance on energy imported from the Middle East an economic crisis in Europe that spread to the United States increasing anti-union sentiment that led to a reduction in wages Question 14 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) (LC)The Treaty of Versailles placed the blame for World War I on which nation? Japan Russia Germany Austria-Hungary Question 15 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) (MC)What was the main goal of U.S. foreign policy during the 1920s? rebuilding the European economy promoting political stability in Latin America preventing the outsourcing of labor to Asia expanding U.S. access to foreign markets Question 16 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) (MC)The following is the front page of the New York Journal from February 17, 1898: Public Domain Which describes how this newspaper article contributed to the Spanish-American War? The article showed citizens how Cuba and Spain were working together to destroy the United States. Yellow journalists provided citizens with a detailed, unbiased account of the U.S.S. Maine sinking. Yellow journalists spun the events of the U.S.S. Maine to incite anger among the public. The article depicted the U.S. president as a weak, spineless man who would not retaliate against Spain. Question 17 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) (MC)What resulted from the voluntary military service of thousands of Native Americans during World War I? Many Native American families moved from rural to urban areas. Native American veterans gained U.S. citizenship after the war ended. The federal government eased its restrictions on Native American land ownership. New treaties were negotiated with Native Americans granting favorable conditions. Question 18 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) (MC)What action did the U.S. Congress take as part of the isolationist trend that followed World War I? It rejected European efforts to limit arms production. It granted independence to several of its overseas territories. It refused to ratify the Treaty of Versailles or join the League of Nations. It refused requests by European leaders to provide money for reconstruction. Question 19 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) (MC)The diagram below shows several foreign policy events from the late 19th century: © 2012 FLVS Which phrase completes the diagram? factors that led to new military alliances with European powers conditions necessary to complete the policy of Manifest Destiny actions that helped expand access to foreign markets and natural resources reasons for the rise in support for isolationism among members of Congress Question 20 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) (MC)Which of the following was a consequence of the United States’ victory in the Spanish-American War? The United States gained control of numerous overseas possessions. The United States completed its acquisition of territories in the American West. The United States became involved in conflicts between the European powers. The United States challenged other European nations for colonial possessions in Asia. Question 21 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) (MC)Which statement explains why the Senate did not ratify the Treaty of Versailles? resistance to its harsh treatment of Germany objections to helping pay for Europe to rebuild a rise in isolationist sentiment in the United States a failure to include disarmament of the warring powers Question 22 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) (LC)When the United States entered World War I, it supported the military efforts of which of these pairs of nations? Turkey and Italy Russia and Poland Britain and France Germany and Austria-Hungary Question 23 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) (LC)Which of these was created during World War I to help coordinate the economy during wartime? Creel Committee War Industries Board Department of Commerce National Recovery Administration Question 24 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) (MC)Members of which group(s) were granted U.S. citizenship as a result of World War I? Native Americans who worked in wartime industries Puerto Ricans who were drafted into the U.S. Army Jewish refugees who fled from Germany to the United States British and French soldiers who immigrated to the United States after the war Question 25 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) (MC)Which factor contributed to the entry of the United States into World War I? the imminent collapse of the Allies’ defenses German submarine attacks on American ships overwhelming public support for the war effort Mexico’s declaration of war on the United States Question 26 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (HC)The image below is a poster distributed by the government during World War I: Public Domain What factor made this type of poster a necessity? the uncertainty of the war’s outcome the difficulty of paying for the war effort the desire to turn U.S. citizens against Germany the fear of a German invasion of the United States Question 27 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) (LC)What factor contributed the most to the Depression of 1920–21? speculation demobilization foreign imports tariff reductions Question 28 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) (LC)Which U.S. acquisition was considered to have the best harbor in the Pacific for large naval vessels? Fiji Tahiti New Zealand Hawaii Question 29 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) (MC)The map below shows the location of Guam: Public Domain What was the United States’ principal use of Guam in the late 19th century and early 20th century? as a location for U.S. owned tropical fruit farms as a source of rubber and oil for U.S. businesses as a prison camp for soldiers captured in the Spanish-American War as a refueling station for U.S. ships traveling to the Philippines Question 30 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) (MC)For which of the following strategic reasons did the United States acquire the Midway Islands? to spread Christian and democratic ideals to the citizens living in the Midway Islands to build naval protection against rivals as the United States increased trade with Asia and Latin America to increase overseas trade to keep the country’s economy strong following a severe depression to slow the spread of European countries’ influence in the Pacific Islands Question 31 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) (LC)The photo below shows future president, Theodore Roosevelt, with the troops he commanded in the Spanish-American War: Public Domain What nickname did this group of soldiers have? Victory Brigade the Rough Riders Roosevelt’s Raiders the San Juan Hill Gang Question 32 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (HC)The table below shows the unemployment rate in the United States from 1918 through 1921: Year Unemployment Rate 1918 1.4 1919 1.4 1920 5.2 1921 11.7 Which factor explains the trend shown in the table? economic competition from Europe after World War I demobilization of U.S. soldiers after World War I a spike in immigration to the United States after World War I a sudden dropoff in government spending after World War I Question 33 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) (MC)Which of these groups faced the most discrimination in the United States during World War I? Jewish Americans Native Americans German Americans Japanese Americans Question 34 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) (LC)Which weapon caused the fewest casualties in World War I? machine gun artillery airplane bayonet
you should be asking questions one by one, not all at once. You also can't expect us to just give you the answers.
i know is just i need it to pass the class please ! i beg
I'm sorry, I'm not going to give you the answers if you're not at least going to make an effort
can i do it and then can you check them?
thank you so much!
when you are done with them all here, I will check them
you're welcome :)
ok i got this answers 29 c 30 c 31 b 32b 33 c 34 c
16 b 17b 18a 19c 20a 21 b 22c 23 b 24a 25a 26c 27a 28 d
10b 11d 12b 13c 14c 15a
are they right?
hold on, give me 10 mins to check
ok thank you!:)
15. D I can't answer #16 as there is no picture...same goes for #19 okay so far so those are the ones you got worng/I can't answer. I still have #s 21-34 to go
so i only got 15 wrong and its d ?
yes, so far
21 is c
I don't think I can answer any more questions :c my computer is glitching so I am having trouble viewing the questions Sorry
its ok thank you so much for your help ill double check from 21 on!
i really appreciate your time thanks!
you're very welcome :)
Question: Which of these resulted from the demobilization that followed World War I? Answer: B. An increase in unemployment
The following quote was made by the New York Labor Federation following World War I: "The same patriotism which induced women to enter industry during the war should induce them to vacate their positions.” Question: Why were women encouraged to give up their positions in the workforce? Answer: A. To provide work opportunities to the male soldiers returning from war.
CORRECTION! 16 is not B, It's incoorect.
what is 32?
25 is not A
QUESTION 32 answer: demobilization of U.S. soldiers after World War I
Is number 33 c?