QUIZ 4: MARCH TOWARD CONFLICT

Flashcard maker : Lily Taylor
Match these people with the correct descriptions.
1. standardized parts
2. assembly-line production
3. Alaskan Purchase
4. Square Deal
5. Open-Door Policy
6. Japanese-American Treaty
7. Battle of Manila Bay
8. fought against yellow fever
9. constructor of Panama Canal
10. headed Knights of Labor
11. trans-Atlantic cable
12. drilled first oil well
13. incandescent light bulb
14. Iron Chancellor
15. abrasive emperor of Germany
Answers
1. Whitney
2. Ford
3. Seward
4. Roosevelt
5. Hay
6. Perry
7. Dewey
8. Gorgas
9. Goethals
10. Stephens
11. Field
12. Drake
13. Edison
14. Bismarck
15. Wilhelm
The devotion of a people to their country is called:
nationalism
Colonization of smaller countries by industrial nations for their raw materials is called:
imperialism
The merging of several businesses into one, combining assets, forms a(n) —
corporation
The mass development of labor-saving devices for farmers was known as the — Revolution.
Agricultural
The union of England, Russia, and France was called the:
Triple Entente
The Triple Alliance was composed of:
Germany, Italy, and Austria-Hungary
The uprising of loyal Chinese against outsiders was called the:
Boxer Rebellion
What was the importance of the Monroe Doctrine?
It prevented European colonization and intervention in the Western Hemisphere.
Negotiations between labor leaders and management is called:
collective bargaining
To become industrial, a nation must have raw materials, workers, and capital.
True
City living was independent, but country life was interdependent.
False
The Square Deal and Open-Door Policy dealt with involvement in the Far East.
False
Labor unions improved the worker’s position with support of labor laws and collective bargaining.
True
The strong feelings of nationalism and imperialism in Europe led to increased militarism.
True
Prussia led Europe in military readiness techniques.
True
The Cumberland Road and the Erie Canal improved early American travel.
True
Both Alliance countries of Germany and Austria-Hungary quarreled with Italy.
True
Sentiments in the United States leaned toward support of the Triple Alliance
False
Five factors aiding the booming growth of corporations included:
consolidation
monopolies
stifling competition
modern machinery
specialists
Five ways the United States increased involvement in world affairs included the:
Boxer Rebellion
Open-Door Policy
Spanish-American War
policing of Latin American affairs
Japanese-Russian settlement
Four European military build-ups included
increase in weapons
increased military budgets
naval build-up
fortification of boundaries
Four German actions bringing European tension to the breaking point included:
German involvement in the Balkans
proposed German railroad
build-up of German navy
abrasiveness of Kaiser Wilhelm

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