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Safe for Democracy

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The Red Scare
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was an intense period of intolerance inspired by labor strikes and fear of the Russian Revolution
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US control of the Panama Canal Zone:
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was part if Theodore Roosevelt’s policy of intervention in Central America
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The National Womens Party
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was part of a new, more militant generation of college-educated activists
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All of the statements about ideology policies are true:
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Wilson supported the American annexation of the Philippines settlement, his political rhetorics inspired people living under colonial rule to seek US assistance as well as reverberated across the globe, and he expressed a belief in self determination
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WWI:
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was rooted in European contests over colonial possessions
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Which statement about race and the president is false?
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Theodore Roosevelt believed that the blacks were fit for soldering and suffrage.
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The Industrial Workers of the World and most of the Socialist Party
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opposed the war
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Which phrase accurately describes the scene in Paris upon Woodrow Wilson’s arrival?
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Huge, enthusiastic crowds
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Wartime repression of dissent and free speech culminated in:
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The Red Scare
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African-Americans who migrated to the North during the “Great Migration” encountered:
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exclusion from domestic and unskilled labor, violence, restricted employment opportunities, and housing segregation.
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Which company fired its employees if they failed to comply with the standards set by the Sociological Department for Americanization?
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Ford Motors
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All of the following statement about African-American participation during WWI are true:
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The navy barred African-Americans entirely and the army tried to persuade the French to not treat African-American soldiers and equal, it was segregated and barred most combat
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Americanization programs often targeted whom as the bearers and transmitters of culture?
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Women
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Amercanization
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refers to the process of assimilation.
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America’s empire in the early 20th century was all of the following:
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Intellectual, Commercial, Economic, and Cultural
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The policy of US neutrality was
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tested by both the British and Germans
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Which act restricted the freedom of speech by authorizing the arrest of anyone who made ‘false statements’ that might impede military success?
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Espionage Act
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In response to the Russian Revolution that led to the creation of the communist Soviet Unions, the US
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pursued a policy of anticommunism that would remain at the Center of American foreign policy during the 20th century
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During WWI, most progressives
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supported SU entry into the war
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All of the following statements about the NAACP are true
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It was interracial, launched a long struggle to enforce the 14th and 15th amendments, founded in 1909 and used the system to push for equality
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What did freedom mean to Garveyites?
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Nation self-determination.
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During WWI, federal powers
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expanded greatly
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The Treaty of Versailles
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was never ratified by the United States Senate
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Wilson’s Fourteen Points included all of the following:
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Self-determination for all nation, open diplomacy, free trade, freedom of the seas.
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Who led a black supremist movement?
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Marcus Garvey
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Senators opposing America’s participation in the League of Nations:
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argued that it would threaten to deprive the country of its freed of action.
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The 19th Amendment:
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barred states from using sex as a qualification for voting.
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As war broke out in Europe, Americans:
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Were deeply divided.
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In his piece in The Crisis, W.E.B. Du Bois states that the United States is a shameful land for all of the following reasons
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It disfranchises its own citizens, lynches, insults black, encourage ignorance.
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Jeannette Rankin, the first woman elected to Congress
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Did not support U.S. entry into WWI.
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From 1914 to 1916, U.S. intervention in Mexico:
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demonstrated the weaknesses of Wilson’s foreign policy.
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On April 2, 1917, Woodrow Wilson asked Congress for a declaration of war:
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Against Germany, to make the world safe for democracy
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The Roosevelt Corollary:
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Claimed the rhetoric of the United States to act as a police power in the Western Himisphere
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How fig WWI and the rhetoric of freedom shape the labor movement and workers’ expectations?
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The wartime language of democracy and freedom inspired hopes among American workers that social and economic justice was at hand
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The Treaty of Versailles (also)
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required Germany to pay over $44 billion in reparations
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All of the following statements about immigration policy during WWI are true:
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Congress conferred citizenship upon Puerto Ricans and required that immigrants be literate in English or another language, the gov’t temporarily exempted Mexicans from literacy tests, and California barred Asians from owning and leasing land.
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Woodrow Wilson moral imperialism in Latin America produced
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more military interventions than any other president before or since
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The Espionage Act (1917) and the Sedition Act (1918):
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restricted freedom of speech
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Most progressives saw WWI as a golden opportunity because:
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they hoped to disseminate progressive values around the globe
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The Committee on Public Information
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was a gov’t agency that sought to share public opinion.
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Dollar Diplomacy
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was used by William Howard Taft instead of military intervention
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All of the following statements about the Palmer Raids are true
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The gov’t deported hundreds of radicals, over 5,000 people were arrested, they were apart of the Red Scare, and were overseen by J. Edger Hoover
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Who was the first female member of Congress?
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Jeannette Rankin
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W.E.B. Du Bois
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founded the NAACP
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In 1919
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there was much unrest and many strikes
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The ‘Declaration of Principles’ adopted by W.E.B. Du Bois’s Niagara Movement
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called for complete economic and educational equality
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Birth of a Nation was a film that
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portrayed the civil war and reconstruction, exalting the KKK
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During WWI Americans reacted to German-Americans and Germans in all of the following ways except:
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the federal government barred German immigration to the United States.
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All of the following about the Great Steel Strike of 1919 are true except:
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the strike involved mostly nonimmigrant workers
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Theodore Roosevelt’s taking of the Panama Canal Zone is an example of:
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his belief that civilized nations had an obligation to establish order in an unruly world
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Which statement about the Read Scare is FALSE?
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It resulted in substantial gains for workers
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Woodrow Wilson’s political ideology included all of the following ideals except:
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public ownership of all property
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Between 1898 and 1934, the US intervened militarily numerous times in Caribbean countries:
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in order to protect the economic interests of American banks investors
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The Fourteen Points attempted to:
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Provide a peace agenda to create a new democratic world order
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All of the following groups supported Prohibition except:
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catholics who wished to curb the abuse of alcohol by the parishioner
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As president, Woodrow Wilson:
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believed that the export of US manufactured goods went hand in hand with the spread of democracy.
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The 18th Amendment
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prohibited the manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages
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The Zimmermann Telegram
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outlined the German plan for an attack on the US by Mexica
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“The Great Migration” refers to:
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Blacks moving from the South to the North
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When Eugene Debs was sentenced under the Espionage Act, what did he tell the jury?
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that Americans in the past who spoke out agains colonialism, slavery, or the Mexican War were not indicated or changed with treason.
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The American Protective League:
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Worked with the Justice Department to identify radicals and slackers
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African-Americans migrated north during the Great Migration for all of following:
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Being able to educate their children, escaping the threat of lynching, and the prospect of being able to vote and higher wages
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In the presidential election of 1916, Woodrow Wilson:
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used the campaign slogan “He kept us out of war”
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During WWI, the federal government
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increased corporate and individual income taxes
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During his presidency, Woodrow Wilson:
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premiered the movie Birth of a Nation at the White House
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The anti-German crusade included all of the following measures except:
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barring German-Americans from serving in the military.
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Eugenics is:
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the study of the supposed mental characteristics of different races
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The 14 points
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sought to establish the right of national self determination
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The Gentleman’s Agreement
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restricted Japanese immigration