HIUS 222 Quizzes 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 Answers

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  1. The crop rejected by former slaves in the Sea Islands was cotton. Although African Americans served in the House of Representatives, they did not manage to secure any Senate seats before the twentieth century.
  2. Churches became the center of African‐American life for all of the following reasons EXCEPT that
  3. Special Field Order No. 15 promised 40‐acre plots and a mule every former slave in the Confederacy.
  4. By the end of 1877, federal troops withdrew from the South and Reconstruction came to an end.
  5. The Wade‐Davis Bill was rendered ineffective when
  6. As a result of the Dawes Severalty Act,
  7. It took months for U.S. troops to capture a small band of Apaches led by
  8. While many southern cities suffered damage in the Civil War, most of the South’s countryside escaped much damage.
  9. Native American land shrank rapidly from 1850 to 1890.
  10. Which amendment ended slavery?
  11. Frank W. Woolworth’s stores were known as
  12. The year 1886 saw the labor movement unify behind the move for the
  13. Founded in 1866 by William Sylvis, the National Labor Union was
  14. In response to the Pullman strike, President Cleveland opted to
  15. Technological advances, such as mass transit systems, allowed for the creation of suburbs.
  16. Popular entertainment spread throughout the nation via published sheet music and touring companies.
  17. In what type of building did most urban poor people live in the late 19th century?
  18. Cities grew dramatically in the late 19th century.
  19. Andrew Carnegie used _________________ integration to make his steel company as efficient as possible.
  20. A nationwide ban on child labor was enacted
  21. Booker T. Washington believed that race relations would
  22. Who inadvertently coined the term “muckraker?”
  23. What did John D. Rockefeller and other members of the upper class believe was the source of poverty?
  24. Although strikes disrupted daily life, they rarely turned violent.
  25. By the 1890s, European nations had created empires that extended throughout the entire world, excepting the Western Hemisphere and China.
  26. Why did the U.S. establish American protectorates in the Caribbean?
  27. What compelled the United States to intervene in the Cuban revolt against Spain?
  28. Why did the federal government institute the Dollar Diplomacy policy?
  29. The primary focus of the Committee on Public Information was
  30. Regarding the contribution of American troops to World War I, it is most accurate to say that
  31. Senator Henry Cabot Lodge took a strict isolationist stance in opposing the League of Nations
  32. The German Kaiser Wilhelm II did his best to dissuade Austria‐Hungary from invading Serbia.
  33. The National War Labor Board demanded that companies accepting government contracts do all of the following EXCEPT
  34. What factors influenced Alvin York’s choice to serve in the army?
  35. What was the main reason the United States declared war on Spain in 1898?
  36. How did William Randolph Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer change the newspaper industry?
  37. What was Teddy Roosevelt’s campaign program in 1912?
  38. While they disagreed with each other on principles, Teddy Roosevelt and William Howard Taft remained close friends.
  39. The Five Power Treaty set a ten‐year moratorium on battleship construction and limited the guns that ships could carry.
  40. How many banks shut down between 1930 and 1933?
  41. What did Americans call the make‐shift towns that the newly‐homeless created in the 1930s?
  42. What was FDR’s priority when he came into office?
  43. How bad was the situation in the United States in 1932‐1933?
  44. American military censors forbade the publication of photographs of
  45. In their opinions on Korematsu v. United States, Justices Hugo Black and Frank Murphy agreed that some Japanese Americans were disloyal.
  46. The main reason behind President Truman’s decision to drop the atomic bomb was that
  47. Justice Frank Murphy cited each of the following in his dissent from Korematsu v. United StatesEXCEPT that
  48. Japan surrendered in response to
  49. Congress responded to the rise of European fascist states by
  50. What did Britain and France agree at the 1938 Munich Conference?
  51. Which were the three major Axis Powers in World War II?
  52. How did African Americans challenge racial discrimination during the war?
  53. When did Japan attack Pearl Harbor?
  54. Which 1942 battle was the turning point in the Pacific theatre of World War II?
  55. Who was the overall commander of allied forces in Operations Torch and Overlord?
  56. Prior to December 1941, Dr. Seuss wanted the United States to intervene in World War II on the side of the allies.
  57. Which of the following statements concerning the Pacific War in 1945 is not true?
  58. Where did allied troops invade France on D‐Day, June 6, 1944?
  59. Wright served in the 83rd Division of the Third Army under what general?
  60. The analysis in the “long telegram” sent by diplomat George F. Kennan became the basis for
  61. Although Sputnik was only the size of a basketball and weighed 183 pounds, it was an important technological feat.
  62. Which of the following best describes the Limited Test Ban Treaty?
  63. The Japanese film Godzilla was critical of
  64. Immediately after World War II, labor unrest decreased.
  65. In 1946, the Republican Party
  66. Who was twice defeated by Dwight D. Eisenhower in presidential elections?
  67. Which BEST describes the relation between New Deal legislation and labor?
  68. The constitutionality of segregated public schools was successfully challenged by the
  69. When ordered to give her seat to a white passenger on a Montgomery, Alabama city bus, Rose Parks chose to
  70. Rosa Parks had little affiliation with the Civil Rights Movement prior to the bus boycott.
  71. How much aid did the United States provide Western Europe through the European Recovery Program?
  72. Besides Elvis Presley, which of the following singers and/or groups became prominent in the 1950s.
  73. How many tons of supplies did the allies provide to West Berliners during the Soviet blockade?
  74. Bill Levitt built lower priced homes that stimulated the growth of suburbs.
  75. When the Korean War started in 1950, South Korea’s air force was more advanced than North Korea’s.
  76. Why did Buddhist monk Thich Quang Duc set himself on fire?
  77. Whom did most conservative Southern whites and white Northern blue‐collar workers support in the 1968 presidential election?
  78. How important were early decisions (1945–1954) in setting the course of U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War?
  79. Where did Joseph McNeil, Franklin McCain, Billy Smith, and Clarence Henderson start a civil rights movement?
  80. Why was Betty Friedan’s The Feminine Mystique so controversial?
  81. The North Vietnamese and Viet Cong often used elaborate underground tunnel complexes.
  82. Who was the leader of North Vietnam during most of the Vietnam War?
  83. The Supreme Court outlawed officially sanctioned school prayer in its decision in Engel v. Vitale.
  84. All of the following statements about the Black Panthers are true EXCEPT that
  85. After a firebombing in Alabama, the Freedom Riders received protection from
  86. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 bans discrimination in employment based on all of the following EXCEPT
  87. What was the anthem of the Civil Rights Movement?
  88. Prior to the Voting Rights Act of 1965
  89. What was the codename of the U.S. Christmas bombing missions?
  90. The roots of the Iranian hostage crisis resided in
  91. Activist Gloria Steinem believed that women in the 1970s spent more time with their homes and families than ever before.
  92. President Reagan was unaware of the sale of arms to Iran.
  93. What dilemma characterized U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East in the 1970s?
  94. By the late 1990s, the proportion of married households had dropped to about half.
  95. Anita Hill accused Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas of
  96. How did the Bush administration respond to the economic crisis in 2008?
  97. What happened to President Clinton because of the Lewinsky affair and his testimony about it?
  98. How many Americans died during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks?
  99. How did President Reagan influence defense spending?
  100. Most Americans felt better about their futures in 1989 than in 1981.
  101. How did Dr. Falwell and his work with Moral Majority influence how Americans think about religion and government involvement?
  102. By the end of 1877, federal troops withdrew from the South and Reconstruction came to an end.
  103. The grandfather clause guaranteed enfranchisement to
  104. Although African Americans served in the House of Representatives, they did not manage to secure any Senate seats before the twentieth century.
  105. African‐American leader Booker T. Washington argued that blacks should concentrate on education in order to gradually gain economic power.
  106. What crisis marked the presidential election of 1876?
  107. Which group were frequent victims of violence in mining towns?
  108. Where was Annie Oakley born and raised?
  109. American forces commanded by George Armstrong Custer were overwhelmed in
  110. The invention of barbed wire was a boon to open‐range ranchers.
  111. What was the purpose of the annual Long Drives?
  112. Pueblo society was noted for its
  113. Americans generally viewed buffalo as
  114. East finally met West on May 10, 1869 when the transcontinental railroad was completed.
  115. Which of the following statements concerning the expansion of American railroads between 1860 and 1900 is true?
  116. According to recent estimates, how many Americans died in the Civil War?
  117. When did the American census report for the first time that over half the American population was living in cities?
  118. The workplace of the late 1800s included all of the following EXCEPT
  119. The year 1886 saw the labor movement unify behind the move for
  120. Which set of factors BEST accounts for the reasons why the United States emerged as a global industrial power by 1900?
  121. The “Great Uprising” of 1877 was a general strike against the nation’s
  122. The rapid emergence of trusts in the late nineteenth century alarmed many Americans.
  123. Prior to the Civil War, most American manufacturers were small‐scale operations with fewer than 25 employees.
  124. Andrew Carnegie became representative of those in big business who believed that
  125. After the Civil War, a leading trend in business was the increase in exports of
  126. New immigrants often chose to live together in concentrated ethnic enclaves within cities.
  127. Which of the following forms of leisure and entertainment did NOT emerge as popular during the Gilded Age?
  128. The Homestead strike tarnished Andrew Carnegie’s image as a benevolent philanthropist.
  129. Popular entertainment spread throughout the nation via published sheet music and touring companies.
  130. In what type of building did most urban poor people live in the late 19th century?
  131. Cities grew dramatically in the late 19th century.
  132. How did Moody engage the major social issues of his time?
  133. How did Henry Ford’s innovations affect consumers?
  134. Booker T. Washington believed that race relations would improve
  135. What did W. E. B. Du Bois mean by the “Talented Tenth”?
  136. Edward Curtis considered himself a “friend” to the Indian and advocated that
  137. At the turn of the twentieth century, what factor made it increasingly difficult for small businesses to succeed?
  138. Manifest Destiny refers to
  139. Which nation was excluded from the Paris Peace Conference?
  140. During the war, most enlisted African Americans worked
  141. The leader of the American Expeditionary Forces was
  142. How did the Roosevelt Corollary bolster U.S. stature as a world power?
  143. What was Teddy Roosevelt’s campaign program in 1912?
  144. Who won the 1912 presidential election?
  145. Marcus Garvey and Booker T. Washington were similar in that they both
  146. The Dawes Plan resulted in the United States’ loaning Germany
  147. The Scopes Trial revealed Fundamentalists’ rejection of
  148. Speakeasies became extremely popular after Prohibition was repealed in 1933.
  149. The Five Power Treaty set a ten‐year moratorium on battleship construction and limited the guns that ships could carry.
  150. Marcus Garvey believed that black people would not be respected until an independent black nation rose to protect them.
  151. The Immigration Act of 1924 significantly restricted emigration from
  152. In evicting the Bonus Marchers, Chief of Staff General Douglas MacArthur exceeded President Hoover’s orders, thus committing insubordination.
  153. Why did Franklin Roosevelt refuse to be photographed in a wheelchair?
  154. How did FDR react to business leaders’ hostility to New Deal programs?
  155. How did New Deal programs respond to the needs of African Americans?
  156. The announcement of a ten percent wage cut by U.S. Steel initiated a wave of wage cuts and layoffs that influenced Hoover to
  157. The New Deal successfully ended the Great Depression.
  158. The unemployment rate climbed as high as 25% during the Great Depression.
  159. Dorothea Lange’s photograph “Migrant Mother” became an iconic image of the Great Depression.
  160. Senator Huey Long accused President Roosevelt of trying to bring about racial equality.
  161. How bad was the situation in the United States in 1932‐1933?
  162. What did Francis Townsend want FDR and the federal government to do?
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