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What did the Platt Amendment do?
a) It overturned the Teller Amendment b) It stopped the destruction of Cuba c) It prevented Spain from obtaining power through corruption d) It stopped the US from preventing trade in other nations
Who was behind the idea of Dollar Diplomacy?
a) President Taft b) President McKinley c) President Roosevelt d) President Clinton
Who did Cuba gain independence from?
a) Spain b) France c) Portugal d) England
What amendment forced Cuba to be closely monitored by the United States?
a) Teller Amendment b) Platt Amendment c) 18th Amendment d) 19th Amendment
What was the point of Dollar Diplomacy?
a) To be able to collect money from Latin America b) To give Cuba the freedom to govern itself c) To establish the United States as a world power d) I don’t know
What did the Teller Amendment promise Cuba?
a) That they would be able to govern themselves b) That they would be allowed to freely trade with the rest of the world c) A whole lot of hurt d) A loan of $20 million so they are able to start up the country
How much did the US pay to get the Philippines?
a) 20 million b) 12 million c) 60 million d) No money, it was received as part of the Treat of Paris
What was the main issue Americans had with the conquest of the Philippines?
a) People felt that it was a violation of the Constitution/Declaration of Independence b) People didn’t think they had the mental capability to understand American laws c) Both of these d)
What is referendum?
a) A general vote by the electorate on a single political questions that has been referred to them for a direct decision b) Process that enables citizens to bypass their state legislature by placing proposed statutes and/or constitutional amendment c) Is a procedure that allows citizens to remove and replace a public official before the end of a term of office d) None of these
What started the Spanish American War?
a) All of these b) Yellow Journalism c) The explosion of the USS Maine d) Imperialism
Who was American fighting against during the Spanish American War?
a) The Spanish b) Cubans c) Philippines d) There was never a Spanish American War
What is initiative?
a) Process that enables citizens to bypass their state legislature by placing proposed statutes and/or constitutional amendment b) A general vote by the electorate on a single political question that has been referred to them for direct decision c) Is a procedure that allows citizens to remove and replace a public official before the end of a term of office d) None of these
Who stated that in order to compete for equal rights with the white race, minorities needed to become educated?
a) W.E.B. DuBois b) Ida Bell c) Susan B. Anthony d) Ida Tarbell
What act tried to stop monopolies and trusts from taking over businesses?
a) Sherman Antitrust Act b) Homestead Act c) Hasbro Act d) Civil Rights Act
What was the main problem with the Sherman Antitrust Act?
a) The law was too vague b) It was unfair to the consumer c) Business lost customers d) It was unconstitutional
Who was the founder of the NAACP?
a) W.E.B. DuBois b) Morgan Freeman c) Martin Luther King Jr d) Malcolm X
Why was prohibition established?
a) America was seen as being immoral and in need of moral guidance b) There were too many building burning down because of inadequate construction c) Factories were poorly constructed leading to worker deaths d) People were upset at the unfair treatment of workers by factory owners
What is prohibition?
a) The banning of alcohol b) The banning of marijuana c) The destruction of monopolies d) The establishment of public schools
What is recall?
a) is a procedure that allows citizens to remove and replace a public official before the end of a term of office b) a general vote by the electorate on a single political question that has been referred to them for a direct dicision c) process that enables citizens to bypass their state legislature by placing proposed statutes and/or constitutional amendments d) none of these
Who was behind Big Stick Diplomacy?
a) President Roosevelt b) President McKinley c) President Taft d) President Obama
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