Final Exam Review 2 Sherman Anti-trust Act Normalcy, Sharecroppers, Carpetbaggers And Dust Bowl: Question Preview (ID: 6747)


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The Sherman Antitrust Act and the Clayton Antitrust Act were both designed to
a) establish safe working conditions in factories b) promote fair competition in business c) force industry to use natural resources wisely d) decrease Federal income taxes on corporations
Antitrust laws such as the Sherman Antitrust Act were passed by Congress in an effort to
a) regulate the power of big business b) limit low-priced imported goods c) encourage more immigration d) provide safer consumer products
The Sherman Antitrust Act and the Clayton Antitrust Act were both designed to
a) establish safe working conditions in factories b) promote fair competition in business c) force industry to use natural resources wisely d) decrease Federal income taxes on corporations
Both the Sherman Antitrust Act and the Clayton Antitrust Act were passed in response to the problem of
a) companies refusing to hire minority workers b) businesses choosing to hire illegal immigrants c) unsafe working conditions in factories d) business combinations limiting competition
In 1920, when Presidential candidate Warren G. Harding called for a return to normalcy, he was advocating
a) increased support for Progressive Era programs and the League of Nations b) increased farm production and an emphasis on the rural lifestyle c) reduced international involvement and less government regulation of business d) reduced racial segregation and the elimination of discrimination against women
A return of normalcy after World War I meant
a) increased United States involvement in Europe b) no longer selling liquor in the United States c) going back to life as it had been before the war d) restoring a Democratic president to power
Which change occurred in Southern agriculture in the years following the Civil War?
a) Many formerly enslaved persons became sharecroppers. b) Subsistence farming became illegal c) Cotton Production ended d) Most small farms were joined into large plantations
What effect did the system of sharecropping have on the South after the Civil War?
a) It kept formerly enslaved persons economically dependent b) It brought investment capital to the South c) It encouraged Northerners to migrate South d) It provided for a fairer distribution of farm profits
The term carpetbaggers was used during Reconstruction to describe
a) Southern whites who supported Radical Republican programs b) African Americans who gained control of former Southern plantations c) Northerners who moved to the South seeking personal gain d) formerly enslaved African Americans who moved to the West
In which area of the United States did the Dust Bowl of the 1930s occur?
a) Northeast b) Southeast c) Great Plains d) Pacific Northwest
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