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yeah, go for it.
Which reforms were a part of the New Deal? Choose all answers that are correct. A. bank deposit insurance B. government ownership of industry C. desegregation of the military D. regulation of the stock market i got A and B
Which answer accurately lists presidents in the order in which they served? A. Johnson, Kennedy, Truman, Eisenhower B. Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson C. Eisenhower, Truman, Johnson, Kennedy D. Kennedy, Truman, Eisenhower, Johnson i got B
I think it's A but let me check.
stupid.... you are correct.
Which answer correctly lists presidents in the order they served? A. Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush, Ronald Reagan, George W. Bush B. George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush C. Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush D. Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush i got D
Which European country turned to totalitarianism during the 1930s? A. France B. Great Britain C. Germany D. Denmark i got C
Which statement accurately describes how World War II began? A. The Soviet Union attacked Germany; Japan and Poland declared war on the Soviet Union. B. Germany attacked Poland; France and Great Britain declared war on Germany. C. The United States attacked Japan; France and the Soviet Union declared war on the United States. D. France attacked Italy; Poland and Germany declared war on France. i got A
no, it's B
Which statement about events at the end of the Second World War is true? A. The Soviet Union rebuilt the shattered economies of France and Great Britain. B. Italy became a Soviet-dominated satellite with a communist government. C. Under the Marshall Plan, the U.S. offered aid to European nations to prevent them from turning to communism. D. The United States demanded huge reparation payments from Germany and Japan. i got A again
no, it's D.
Which statement about the Supreme Court is true and played a role in Brown v. Board of Education? A. The nine justices must always be unanimous in their decisions. B. Congress appoints Supreme Court justices who belong to the majority political party. C. A majority of the justices can reverse earlier rulings made by the court. D. The president can replace justices he doesn't agree with. i have A,,again
you got it
Which statement about events in World War II is not true? A. Germany's industries and cities were devastated by Allied bombing raids. B. Nazi terror weapons, called V-1s and V-2s, killed thousands of people in Great Britain. C. German and Japanese scientists succeeded in breaking the Allies' most secret codes. D. American forces used new types of ships to attack Japanese-held islands in the Pacific. i got C
yeah, this is correct
Which was not a cause of civil unrest in the 1960s? A. poverty and crime in America's cities B. high unemployment among minorities C. anger over the outcome of the Cuban Missile Crisis D. disillusionment with the Vietnam War C again
Which statement accurately defines the Cold War? A. It was a conflict fought between Norway and Finland in 1973. B. It describes the competition between Switzerland and Austria to host the Winter Olympics. C. It was a period of great tension between the United States and the Soviet Union. D. It refers to the alliance against Nazi Germany during World War II. ,,,,C,,,,again
Which statement about the end of the Cold War is not correct? A. It ended in 1980 when Ronald Reagan was elected. B. Tensions between the United States and Russia eased. C. It ended in 1989 with the collapse of the Soviet Union. D. It marked the end of communism in Europe. B
a or b
which do you think is more understanding
I think it's A
Which people were rounded up by the Nazis and sent to concentration camps based solely on their ethnic group? Choose all answers that are correct. A. Slavic people B. Jewish people C. Germanic people D. Aryan people i got A and B
Which terms accurately describe Hitler's plans for European Jews? Choose all answers that are correct. A. intermingling B. annexation C. extermination D. final solution i got C and D
A, C and D
Which statement accurately describes the Red Scare of the 1950s? A. Americans grew fearful that communism would take over the world. B. The U.S. government arrested thousands of Native Americans. C. Public health officials warned of a deadly flu epidemic that would sweep the country. D. Congressional leaders worried that labor unions were becoming too strong.
did you answer this one?
i got A sorry i never typed it
Which statement best describes the effect of the New Deal on the Great Depression? A. The great cost of New Deal programs made the Great Depression worse. B. The Great Depression was over before New Deal programs had any effect. C. New Deal programs to create jobs eased unemployment during the Great Depression. D. New Deal policies brought an immediate end to the Great Depression. I got C
not exactly sure on this one but, it seems reasonable!
Which was a major reason that many southern blacks migrated to the North and West during World War II? A. to find employment opportunities in wartime industries B. to bring their knowledge of farming techniques to those regions C. to enlist in the armed forces, which was not permitted in southern states D. to live in integrated neighborhoods free from prejudice and discrimination i got B
Which was not one of FDR's New Deal programs? A. Civil Rights Act B. Fair Labor Standards Act C. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation D. Works Progress Administration i got A
Which describes how the constitutional rights of Japanese Americans were violated during World War II? A. Japanese Americans had to leave the country. B. Japanese Americans were deprived of their liberty without a trial. C. Japanese Americans could not join the military to defend the nation. D. Japanese Americans were not allowed to own personal property. i got C
Which of the following is the best example of McCarthyism? A. publicly accusing someone of having a communist ties B. taking a strong stand against lynching C. voting to limit Chinese immigration D. raising the American flag on federal holidays A
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i dont know much about greek. sorry @heartballoon232
prob @princeevee can help
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oh, sorry, yes your answer is correct foxy
Which World War II leader is not associated with the correct country? A. Hirohito - China B. Stalin - Soviet Union C. Mussolini - Italy D. Hitler - Germany i got A
Which statement about President Wilson's Fourteen Point plan is correct? A. It insisted on huge reparations from the German government. B. It encouraged the formation of a communist government in Russia. C. It called for self-determination for all countries and peoples. D. It established the framework for an expanded American empire in Europe and Asia. i got B
lol, I didn't understand this question when you asked it earlier, that seems like a reasonable pick.
Which statement accurately describes the migration from cities to suburbs in the 1950s? A. Mass-production techniques were applied to the home construction industry. B. As poor people fled the cities, the middle class moved to urban centers. C. Suburban life increased employment opportunities for women. D. Cars sales dropped as more people lived closer to their jobs. i got B again
Why did some people want the United States to intervene in Vietnam? A. They feared that if Vietnam became communist, the rest of Asia would, too. B. They thought Ho Chi Minh needed help. C. They thought that North and South Vietnam should always remain separate. D. They thought that the United States should help the people of Vietnam elect whatever leaders they wanted. i got A
Which statement about the Supreme Court's Brown v. Board of Education decision is not correct? A. Brown v. Board of Education overturned the earlier Plessy v. Ferguson ruling. B. The nine justices were unanimous in handing down their decision. C. The court ruled that individual states could decide whether to integrate public schools. D. The court declared that "separate but equal" public education was unconstitutional. i got D
The two Supreme Court cases, Plessy v. Ferguson and Brown v. Board of Education, addressed which of these issues? A. due process under the 5th Amendment B. equal protection under the 14th Amendment C. probable cause under the 4th Amendment D. freedom of speech under the 1st Amendment C
Which statement about a communist economy is not true? A. All workers are considered to be government employees. B. Wages are determined by the government. C. The government decides which goods will be produced. D. The government encourages competition in the marketplace. i got D
Which country joined Great Britain, the United States, and France during World War II to form the Allied Powers? A. Switzerland B. Bulgaria C. Soviet Union D. Japan i got C
Why were Americans nervous about Fidel Castro even though he cleaned up corruption in Cuba when he assumed power in 1959? A. He supported Hitler and Nazism during World War II. B. He refused American offers to let Cuba become the 51st state. C. He overcharged Americans for Cuban sugar and tobacco. D. He was a communist dictator in a country just 90 miles from the United States. i got D
Which country joined Italy and Japan to form the Axis Powers in World War II? A. Great Britain B. Germany C. Sweden D. Switzerland i got B
Which statement describes a cause of the Cuban missile crisis? A. Fidel Castro refused to allow Soviet missiles in Cuba. B. The Soviet Union placed missiles in Cuba that could hit the United States. C. The United States seized Cuban missiles and sent them to the Soviet Union. D. A U.S. missile accidentally sank a Cuban warship. B
Which describes the country's reaction to televised scenes of Birmingham police turning dogs and fire hoses against peaceful civil rights marchers? A. Decent people, both in the North and the South, were shocked and disgusted. B. There was widespread support in the North and South for the police reaction. C. Northerners and southerners alike felt the civil rights movement had achieved its goals. D. Southerners didn't pay any attention and northerners didn't have television sets. i got A
Where did Martin Luther King, Jr. deliver his famous "I Have a Dream" speech? A. at a segregated lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina B. from a jail cell in Birmingham, Alabama C. at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. D. on a bridge on the road to Selma, Alabama i got C
Which name refers to the proposed constitutional amendment of the 1970s to guarantee fair treatment for women? A. Civil Rights Amendment B. Equal Rights Amendment C. Women's Suffrage Amendment D. Prohibition Amendment B
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