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Question 1 (Worth 2 points) (MC) Which groups would have the most similar view about African Americans fitting into mainstream American culture? Tuskegee Institute graduates and members of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People members of the United Negro Improvement Association and Tuskegee Institute graduates members of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and members of the International Workers of the World members of the United Negro Improvement Association and members of the International Workers of the World Points earned on this question: 2 Question 2 (Worth 2 points) (MC) The painting below was created in the late 1800s: An image of a teacher sitting in front of a classroom with small children is shown. The children have blocks in front of them. Some of the children have their hands raised while other children are sleeping. © Getty Images/Image Quest 2012 Which of the following movements was instrumental in creating the scene shown in this painting? Social Darwinism movement settlement house movement Niagara movement nativist movement Points earned on this question: 2 Question 3 (Worth 1 points) (LC) Which of the following was a military victory for Native Americans? First Seminole War Sand Creek Massacre Wounded Knee Massacre Battle of Little Bighorn Points earned on this question: 1 Question 4 (Worth 3 points) (HC) This political cartoon is from 1915: A political cartoon shows a political boss conducting a chorus with a woman wearing a dress labeled anti. She stands before a group of men in the choir wearing clothing labeled procurer, divekeeper, child labor employer, grafter, cadet, and sweat shop owner. The caption reads, I did not raise my girl to be a voter. Soprano solo with vociferous supporting chorus of male voices. © 2012 Library of Congress [Illus. in AP101.P7 1915] What does the cartoonist imply about political bosses and the issue of women's suffrage? Political bosses were against women's suffrage because they feared women might use their votes to end corruption. Political bosses were against women's suffrage because they knew that most women wanted the right to vote. Political bosses favored women's suffrage because it would provide more votes for the political machine to control. Political bosses were favored women's suffrage because they would control women's votes. Points earned on this question: 3 Question 5 (Worth 2 points) (MC) The image below is from 1868: An image of a facsimile of a ticket of admission to the impeachment trial of President Andrew Johnson is shown. The ticket reads, U.S. Senate Impeachment of the President. Admit the Bearer March 13, 1866. © 2012 Discovery Education What does the image above symbolize? conflict between the Republicans and the President conflict between the Democrats and the President Southern anger over Reconstruction policies Northern anger over Republican Party policies Points earned on this question: 2 Question 6 (Worth 2 points) (MC) Why did Andrew Johnson face difficulty implementing his Reconstruction plans? He had violated the Tenure of Office Act. African Americans believed his plans were good but did not go far enough. He was not accepted by the Radical Republicans. He wanted to destroy the Republican Party and punish the South. Points earned on this question: 2 Question 7 (Worth 2 points) (MC) Which statement best describes the role of yellow journalism in the weeks following the destruction of the Maine? Sensational stories led to increased calls for American intervention against Spain. Investigative reports uncovered war crimes by both the Spanish and the Cuban rebels. News coverage stirred American sympathy toward Spain and other imperialist powers. Increased newspaper circulation, especially in the Caribbean, built support for the Cuban rebels. Points earned on this question: 2 Question 8 (Worth 2 points) (MC) In what way did the Platt Amendment reverse the intent of the Teller Amendment? The Platt Amendment required the United States to annex Cuba. The Platt Amendment called for a complete withdrawal from Cuba. The Platt Amendment divided Cuba between the United States and Spain. The Platt Amendment allowed for continued American influence in Cuba. Points earned on this question: 2 Question 9 (Worth 1 points) (LC) Which describes President Hoover's approach to reviving the economy during the Great Depression? encouraging individuals to help themselves increased government intervention demanding repayments of war debts decreased trade with foreign countries Points earned on this question: 1 Question 10 (Worth 2 points) (MC) The poster below was created in 1866: A poster titled The Radical Convention in Philadelphia, September 3d, 1866, is shown. The cartoon shows African American men and white men walking together to go vote. In the background, a group of African American men appear to be dancing and celebrating. The poster reads, Geary the candidate for governor was in the procession. Every Radical candidate for United States senator took part. White men and women are you ready for this? © Getty Images/Image Quest 2012 Which of the following leaders would have supported Geary in his campaign? Andrew Johnson Thaddeus Stevens Abraham Lincoln Ulysses S. Grant Points earned on this question: 0 Question 11 (Worth 2 points) (MC) How did Native Americans' service in World War I impact their lives on the homefront? U.S. government leaders were impressed by the Native Americans' sacrifices and granted citizenship. U.S. government leaders increased the number of reservations for Native Americans to reside. Native American civil rights leaders began to increase their push for the right to vote. Native American leaders were granted the right to govern themselves on American land. Points earned on this question: 2 Question 12 (Worth 2 points) (MC) In the trial conducted after the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, New York City Fire Marshal William L. Beers gave this testimony: Question: Did you examine the fire-escapes of that building? Answer: After the fire. Question: What did you find? Answer: I found the fire-escape on the rear of the building, which was the only one, and was entirely inadequate for the number of people employed in that building. Source: http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/triangle/commistestim.html How did testimony such as this from the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory disaster affect the workplace? State and federal governments began to take measures to protect the safety of workers. Factory owners were required to allow unions to take steps to protect worker safety. The courts ruled that the government could not interfere in matters of workplace safety. Factory owners improved working conditions but cut wages and lengthened the workday. Points earned on this question: 2 Question 13 (Worth 2 points) (MC) Which two terms describe the role of the United States favored by most Americans as World War I broke out? imperialism, militarism neutrality, mobilization nationalism, intervention neutrality, isolationism Points earned on this question: 2 Question 14 (Worth 2 points) (MC) The poster below is from 1915: A poster shows a soldier standing defiant as a woman and child flee a burning village. Smoke billows from burning structures in the background. The poster reads, Remember Belgium Enlist Today. © 2012 Library of Congress [POS - WWI - Gt Brit, no. 14] What event in Belgium is illustrated in this recruitment poster? the Allied bombing of Belgium the German invasion of Belgium Belgium after Russia mobilized its army Belgium after Great Britain declared war Points earned on this question: 2 Question 15 (Worth 1 points) (LC) Which explains the effect of demobilization following WWI on the economy? The global economy soared, which created stiff competition between U.S. and foreign industries. The demand for war materials lessened, which weakened the global economy. The global economy boomed as countries demanded industrial products to rebuild their territory. The demand for industrial workers increased, which benefitted the soldiers returning from war. Points earned on this question: 1 Question 16 (Worth 1 points) (LC) Which of the following groups took the most violent steps to discourage immigration? the Ku Klux Klan Sacco and Vanzetti the Emergency Quota Act the United Negro Improvement Association Points earned on this question: 1 Question 17 (Worth 3 points) (HC) The following excerpt was added to the Constitution in 1868: "All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws." Source: http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/GPO-CONAN-1992/pdf/GPO-CONAN-1992-10-15.pdf Which of these statements does the quote above overrule? "The only two clauses in the Constitution that point to [the black] race treat them as persons whom it was morally lawfully to deal in as articles of property and to hold as slaves." Source: http://www.law.cornell.edu/supct/html/historics/USSC_CR_0060_0393_ZS.html "The statute of Louisiana, acts of 1890, c. 111, requiring railway companies carrying passengers in their coaches in that State, to provide equal, but separate, accommodations for the white and colored races." Source: http://www.law.cornell.edu/supct/html/historics/USSC_CR_0163_0537_ZS.html "Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States. . . ." Source: http://www.ourdocuments.gov/doc.php?doc=40&page=transcript "[A]ll citizens of the United States who are or shall be otherwise qualified by law to vote at any election. . . shall be entitled and allowed to vote at all such elections, without distinction of race, color, or previous condition of servitude. . . ." Source: http://sovereignthink.wordpress.com/2010/08/17/enforcement-act-of-1870/ Points earned on this question: 3 Question 18 (Worth 1 points) (LC) How did the population move in the United States during the late 1800s and early 1900s? from farms to cities from suburbs to cities from farms to suburbs from cities to farms Points earned on this question: 1 Question 19 (Worth 2 points) (MC) The political cartoon below was created in the early 1900s: A cartoon shows Uncle Sam standing on the shores of the United States at the end of a funnel. The wide end of the funnel rests on Europe. Thousands of European people are clamoring to enter the funnel that leads to the United States. Only a few Europeans actually make it onto U.S. soil. Uncle Sam puts a gate at the end of the funnel labeled, 3 percent. © Getty Images/Image Quest 2012 Which of the following action does this cartoon illustrate? Niagara Movement Immigration Act of 1924 Chinese Exclusion Act Gentlemen's Agreement Points earned on this question: 2 Question 20 (Worth 3 points) (HC) This political cartoon is from 1919: An image shows a worker bound and gagged, lying on an anvil that is labeled capital. In front of the man stands an armored man labeled Knights of Labor. The armored man holds a hammer above the worker that reads Strike. The caption reads, Between the hammer and the anvil. © The Granger Collection/Image Quest 2012 Based on the cartoon, which of the following conclusions can be drawn? Union leaders worked to increase benefits for the common worker using two means: violence and illegal tactics. Workers strongly believed that striking was the only method that would cause government leaders to change unfair working conditions. Workers were had two unfavourable conditions: government regulation of business and the dangers of unions. Union leaders did little to help individual workers and instead took strides to benefit only themselves and their government supporters. Points earned on this question: 0 Question 21 (Worth 1 points) (LC) Which of the following was put in place to help Germany meet the Allies reparation demands? Neutrality Acts Fordney-McCumber Act Dawes Plan Kellogg-Briand Pact Points earned on this question: 1 Question 22 (Worth 1 points) (LC) What type of weapon caused the greatest casualties in World War I? U-boats artillery poison gas armored tanks Points earned on this question: 1 Question 23 (Worth 2 points) (MC) Which of the following describes a shared goal of civil rights leaders Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. DuBois, and Marcus Garvey? to train the most talented members of the African American community to be leaders to advance the rights and freedoms of African American people to provide industrial training for African American citizens to spread the ideas of separatism among the African American people Points earned on this question: 2 Question 24 (Worth 1 points) (LC) Who is often recognized as the first African American female entrepreneur? Jan Matzeliger Sarah E. Goode Carrie Nation Madame C. J. Walker Points earned on this question: 1 Question 25 (Worth 1 points) (LC) The text below was written in the early 1900s: "Be it known to all men that whereas all men are created equal and entitled to the rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, and because of this we, the duly elected representatives of the Negro peoples of the world, invoking the aid of the just and Almighty God, do declare all men, women and children of our blood throughout the world free denizens, and do claim them as free citizens of Africa." Source: http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/apc/public/repository/World_History_SF_TeachingAboutTwentiethCentury.pdf Which group is responsible for writing this text? Japanese American Citizens League United Negro Improvement Association League of Latin American Citizens National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Points earned on this question: 1 Question 26 (Worth 1 points) (LC) What did workers do when they signed yellow-dog contracts? agreed to work for reduced wages agreed to work only eight hours a day promised they would not join a union promised they would not go out on strike Points earned on this question: 1 Question 27 (Worth 3 points) (HC) The chart below shows relief, recovery, and reform measures of the New Deal: Relief Recovery Reform Emergency Banking Act of 1933 Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933 ? Which of the following should replace the question mark in the last column? the Glass-Steagall Act because it showed farmers how to boost production per acre the Social Security Act because it redefined the federal government's responsibility to care for its citizens the Works Progress Administration because it continued to supply employment for construction workers the Home Owners' Loan Corporation because it broke down racial barriers that had kept neighborhoods segregated Points earned on this question: 3 Question 28 (Worth 2 points) (MC) In what way did language differences affect military service during World War I? Soldiers who did not speak English were given language training before entering combat. Soldiers who did not speak English were not allowed to serve in the military. Soldiers who did not speak English were given special exemptions from the draft. Soldiers who did not speak English were assigned to integrated combat units. Points earned on this question: 0 Question 29 (Worth 1 points) (LC) Why did the government encourage Americans to grow food in victory gardens during World War I? to sell the food to raise money for the war effort to have more food available to feed the troops to stockpile the food in case of a German invasion to create food banks to help those affected by food shortages Points earned on this question: 0 Question 30 (Worth 2 points) (MC) Which of these scenarios would be considered illegal in light of the provisions of the 13th Amendment? African American people born in South Carolina were forced to tend the fields of a master for no wages. African American people born in North Carolina were denied access to polling places to cast their votes. African American citizens were permitted to run for office in the southern states but not the northern states. African American citizens were not permitted to use the same restaurants and educational institutions as white citizens. Points earned on this question: 2 Question 31 (Worth 2 points) (MC) How did newspapers and magazines relate to American foreign policy at the end of the 19th century? Most newspaper owners were committed to American isolationism and ran few stories about distant places. Stories about distant places were popular and encouraged calls for a larger American role in world affairs. Government leaders pressured newspapers to avoid stories about distant places in order to protect plans for military intervention overseas. Few newspapers published stories about distant places, focusing instead on stories about the American West and the closing of the frontier. Points earned on this question: 2 Question 32 (Worth 2 points) (MC) The poem below was written in the early 1900s: Her voice was like the sound of blended flutes Blown by black players upon a picnic day. She sang and danced on gracefully and calm, The light gauze hanging loose about her form; To me she seemed a proudly-swaying palm Grown lovelier for passing through a storm. Upon her swarthy neck black, shiny curls Profusely fell; and, tossing coins in praise, The wine-flushed, bold-eyed boys, and even the girls, Devoured her with their eager, passionate gaze; But, looking at her falsely-smiling face I knew her self was not in that strange place. Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/11986/pg11986.html To which of the following is the excerpt above linked? the art deco movement the Lost Generation the Harlem Renaissance religious fundamentalism Points earned on this question: 2 Question 33 (Worth 2 points) (MC) How did the Great Migration affect life for African Americans in many industrial cities? African Americans were welcomed in the cities, where there was a surplus of wartime factory workers. The African American population grew quickly, leading to discrimination and race riots in some cities. Most African Americans, facing harsh conditions and unemployment, left the cities and returned to the South. Few African Americans found jobs in the cities due to the increase of women workers and immigrant workers. Points earned on this question: 2 Question 34 (Worth 1 points) (LC) What provision of the Treaty of Versailles brought the most opposition in the United States? joining the League of Nations forcing Germany to pay reparations increasing national self-determination creating more colonies for Great Britain and France Points earned on this question: 1 Question 35 (Worth 2 points) (MC) In what way did the outcome of the Spanish-American War help lead to the building of the Panama Canal? Spain's defeat meant that thousands of workers from Cuba and Puerto Rico would now be free to work on the canal. Panama gained its independence under the Treaty of Paris, and the Panamanians believed building the canal would bring economic growth. American territories now stretched from the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean, and a canal would make governing its new lands easier. The American victory led to the Spooner Act, which allowed the United States to buy the Spanish company that had already begun work on the canal. Points earned on this question: 0 Question 36 (Worth 3 points) (HC) Which order of events correctly describes changes in Germany's policy of unrestricted submarine warfare? unrestricted submarine warfare, American ultimatum, moratorium, cancellation of the Sussex Pledge unrestricted submarine warfare, cancellation of the Sussex Pledge, American declaration of war, moratorium unrestricted submarine warfare, moratorium, American ultimatum, Sussex Pledge unrestricted submarine warfare, Sussex Pledge, American declaration of war, cancellation of the Sussex Pledge Points earned on this question: 3 Question 37 (Worth 1 points) (LC) Which describes the main effect of the Palmer Raids? They were successful in uncovering communist operatives in the United States. They helped show the American public that there was little evidence of communism in the country. They resulted in the deportation of suspected radicals based on little evidence. They brought about the end of the Red Scare by clearing several supposed radicals. Points earned on this question: 1 Question 38 (Worth 1 points) (LC) Which of the following explains the decision in the Sacco and Vanzetti Trial? The American public's aggressive pushes for a guilty verdict poisoned the jury. The judge was able to hand down a just verdict despite Red Scare hysteria. The anti-immigrant sentiments of the time swayed the judge and led to a guilty verdict. The two men were rightly convicted for their acts of wrongdoing. Points earned on this question: 1 Question 39 (Worth 3 points) (HC) This excerpt is from Alfred Thayer Mahan's The Influence of Sea Power Upon History: "Having therefore no foreign establishments, either colonial or military, the ships of war of the United States, in war, will be like land birds, unable to fly far from their own shores. To provide resting places for them, where they can coal and repair, would be one of the first duties of a government proposing to itself the development of the power of the nation at sea." Source: http://wadsworth.com/history_d/special_features/ilrn_legacy/waah2c01c/content/amh2/readings/seapower.html In what way did Mahan's thesis in The Influence of Sea Power Upon History support the idea of Manifest Destiny? Mahan argued that a strong navy would allow the United States to prevent future conflicts around the world. Mahan argued that a strong navy would allow the United States to surpass Great Britain as the world's leading sea power. Mahan argued that a strong navy would allow the United States to defend the territory gained along its western borders. Mahan argued that a strong navy would allow the United States to expand beyond its borders and become a world power. Points earned on this question: 3 Question 40 (Worth 3 points) (HC) The quote below was written in the early 1900s: I pledge that in your effort to work out the great and intricate problem which God has laid at the doors of the South, you shall have at all times the patient, sympathetic help of my race; only let this be constantly in mind, that, while from representations in these buildings of the product of field, of forest, of mine, of factory, letters, and art, much good will come, yet far above and beyond material benefits will be that higher good. . . . --Booker T. Washington Source: http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/39/ What would be W.E.B. DuBois's criticism of Washington's quote? It ignores racism and prejudice in the North. It focuses on religion and DuBois was an atheist. It casts blame on African Americans for the "intricate problem." It calls for African Americans to be "patient" and "sympathetic." Points earned on this question: 0 Question 41 (Worth 2 points) (MC) Which statement describes the way war bonds raised money? The government received a cash loan from the buyer; the buyer received the original amount back plus interest. The government received a cash contribution from the buyer; the buyer donated money that was not returned. The government paid a cash loan to the buyer; the buyer paid back the loan plus interest. The government received a cash loan from the buyer; the buyer received back only the interest on the loan. Points earned on this question: 0 Question 42 (Worth 1 points) (LC) Why did many people oppose anarchy as too extreme? It supported the elimination of competition. It supported the elimination of socialism. It supported the elimination of businesses. It supported the elimination of government. Points earned on this question: 1 Question 43 (Worth 2 points) (MC) Which statement describes the influence of Social Darwinism on imperialism? Nations that remain isolated will be the most unified and most fit to survive. Nations must acquire new territories and become world powers in order to survive. Nations that acquire new territories will be defeated as other powers join forces against them. Nations that acquire new territories will grow and change and eventually lose their founding principles. Points earned on this question: 2 Question 44 (Worth 2 points) (MC) The diagram below shows the effects of a phenomenon in the late 1800s: An image of a web diagram is shown. The web diagram has a question mark in the center circle. The surrounding circles read, Immigrants settled in cities, People migrated from the country to the cities, and Industrial strength grew. © 2012 FLVS Which of the following completes the diagram? Farm labor shortage Rapid urbanization Rising wages for workers Decreased nativism Points earned on this question: 2 Question 45 (Worth 2 points) (MC) How did plantation owners try to perpetuate the slavery system during Reconstruction? by devising and implementing the sharecropping system by refusing to plant crops unless slavery was reinstated by urging Congress to revoke the 13th Amendment by seceding from the Union and demanding states' rights Points earned on this question: 2 Question 46 (Worth 1 points) (LC) What justification did Southern states use in the 1800s to nullify tariff laws? states' rights right to secession popular sovereignty Kansas-Nebraska Act Points earned on this question: 0 Question 47 (Worth 3 points) (HC) The political cartoon shows a meeting of the Senate in the late 1800s: cartoon showing very large men that look like money bags overlooking the Senate. They have the word trust printed on their chest. Above them a sign reads: This is a Senate, of the monopolists, by the monopolists, for the monopolists. © Bridgeman Art Library/Image Quest 2012 What does the sign above the Senate represent? government's movement to remove outside influences from law-making bodies senators' confidence in their ability to represent the common citizen undemocratic policies and practices of the government citizens' apathy toward involvement in government processes Points earned on this question: 3 Question 48 (Worth 2 points) (MC) Which of the following is an example of a Jim Crow law? "All marriages between a white person and a negro, or between a white person and a person of negro descent to the fourth generation inclusive, are hereby forever prohibited." Source: http://www.nps.gov/malu/forteachers/otherresources.htm "[There shall be] open, competitive examinations for testing the fitness of applicants for the public service now classified or to be classified here-under." Source: http://www.ourdocuments.gov/doc.php?flash=true&doc=48&page=transcript "After one year from the ratification of this article the manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors . . . is hereby prohibited." Source: http://www.usconstitution.net/const.html#Am18 "The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude." Source: http://www.usconstitution.net/const.html#Am18 Points earned on this question: 2 Question 49 (Worth 2 points) (MC) Which of the following is an example of a holding company? a railroad company buys its competitors' companies leaders from different transport companies agree to charge the same prices a company owns stock in several different corporations a paper factory owns a lumber yard and paper mill Points earned on this question: 0 Question 50 (Worth 2 points) (MC) Which of the following took place during the 1920s? Product exports increased as a result of economic booms in Europe. Farmers faced declining crop prices due to overproduction. Investment in the consumer advertising industry declined. Labor unions formed and acquired strong legal rights. Points earned on this question: 2 Question 51 (Worth 2 points) (MC) Which of the following helped reduce the prices of higher-cost products, such as automobiles, for consumers in the 1920s? installment plans the introduction of coupons assembly lines the development of advertisements Points earned on this question: 2 Question 52 (Worth 2 points) (MC) What did the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933 and the Federal Securities Act have in common? They both regulated banking and finance. They both required corporations to be honest about stock offerings. They both provided federal insurance for investments and deposits. They both required banks to responsibly use their customers' deposits. Points earned on this question: 2 Question 53 (Worth 2 points) (MC) The cartoon below titled “Where the Blame Lies” was created in the late 1800s: A political cartoon shows Uncle Sam standing on a platform. A man stands next to Uncle Sam and points out to a crowd of people. They appear to be entering the United States after exiting ships in New York Harbor. The people seem to be walking in a wild manner. The Statue of Liberty and the American flag can be seen in the background. © The Granger Collection/Image Quest 2012 Which political issue does this cartoon illustrate? the effects of unchecked immigration the health effects of the factory system the effects of low American wages the effects of prohibiting alcohol on society Points earned on this question: 2 Question 54 (Worth 2 points) (MC) The excerpt below is from 1892: “The national power to create money is appropriated to enrich bondholders; a vast public debt, payable in legal tender currency, has been funded into gold…thereby adding millions to the burdens of the people.” Source: http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/historyonline/us25.cfm Which of the following describes the source of the excerpt above? Populist Party platform Interstate Commerce Act Republican Party platform Sherman Silver Purchase Act Points earned on this question: 2 Question 55 (Worth 1 points) (LC) How did farming change from the first Industrial Revolution to the second Industrial Revolution? Farm production increased as more and more farmers moved from the cities to seek work. Technology improved and fewer farmers were needed to produce the population's food. New tools made it necessary for more people to move to rural lands to maintain farms. Farming began to dominate the U.S. economy as improved technology decreased production. Points earned on this question: 1 Question 56 (Worth 3 points) (HC) The photograph below was taken circa 1900: An image shows several people working in a cigar factory. These include both young boys and older men. © The Granger Collection/Image Quest 2012 Which of the following does this image illustrate about life in the 1900s? the growing gap between the rich and the poor the increase in child labor in the United States the decrease of women in the labor field the growth in the number of people living in U.S. cities Points earned on this question: 3 Question 57 (Worth 2 points) (MC) Which statement explains how political bosses were able to gain and maintain power? They bribed state and local officials in return for government appointments. They gave help to constituents on the local level in return for their votes. They used the courts to delay elections until they consolidated their power. They withheld local services until people pledged to give the boss their votes. Points earned on this question: 2 Question 58 (Worth 2 points) (MC) How did passage of the 17th Amendment reflect the condition of the progressive movement? The 17th Amendment, allowing for the popular election of U.S. senators, illustrated the growing strength of the progressive movement. The 17th Amendment, allowing for the popular election of U.S. representatives, illustrated the growing strength of the progressive movement. The 17th Amendment and its quick repeal—the first amendment ever to be repealed—illustrated the decline of the progressive movement. The 17th Amendment, authorizing a federal income tax, had been opposed by progressives and illustrated the decline of the movement. Points earned on this question: 2 Question 59 (Worth 1 points) (LC) Which of the following was the name for the agreement signed by 62 nations to renounce war as an instrument of national policy? Kellogg-Briand Pact Four-Power Treaty Johnson-Reed Act Washington Naval Conference transcript Points earned on this question: 0 Question 60 (Worth 3 points) (HC) The quotation is from an inaugural address for a U.S. president: “The divide of race has been America’s constant curse. Each new wave of immigrants gives new targets to old prejudices.” Source: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/national/longterm/inaug/mon/speech.htm How does the quote relate to American society’s reaction to the immigrants of the late 1800s and early 1900s? Northern European immigrants were welcomed in large numbers and a quota system was created in their favor. Asian immigrants were viewed as too culturally different from Americans and laws were passed to restrict their numbers. Southern European immigrants were welcomed in large numbers and a quota system was created in their favor. Canadian immigrants were viewed as too culturally different from Americans and laws were passed to restrict their numbers. 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Is this just an american history class?
@esherych where are the answers?
how do I know which one are the answers
Was this ap us history.
She tried ._.
excuse me, can someone please help me. i can't tell what the answers are and i really need to pass this exam
@kingrj @stefanwolf @domisreallytall @esherych did you guys ever figure out the answers
@undeadknight26 did you figure out the answers for this
I got a pretty bad grade on it sorry m8
@undeadknight26 was this ap us history on flvs?
where are the answers?