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Which accomplishment of Carl Vinson had the GREATEST impact on World War II?
a) wrote two bills expanding naval strength
b) awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom
c) established a 600 acre farm near Milledgeville
d) served twenty-five consecutive term in Congress

I strongly urge the officials and citizens of all look closely at what Atlanta has done...with courage, tolerance and, above all, with respect for the law. JFK. What action regarding segregation had Mayor Hartsfield taken?
a) He had made sure that the integration of Atlanta's schools went smoothly.
b) He had closed Atlanta schools to prevent violence caused by forced segregation.
c) He had decided that it would be innappropriate for the city that was to resist integration.
d) He had helped two African-American students from Atlanta gain entrance into the University of Georgia.

The rapid change in the percentage of unemployed people in the United States from 1927 to 1933 reflects changes caused by
a) WWI
b) The New Deal
d) The Great Depression

Why is Atlanta's longest serving mayor, William Berry Hartsfield, known as Atlanta's father of aviation?
a) He was an accomplished pilot who began Delta airlines.
b) He was a colleague of airplane inventors Orville and Wilbur Wright.
c) He developed the C5 mass transport airplane for Georgia's Lockheed Aeronautical plant.
d) He believed that an airport for Atlanta would be a key to the city's economic prosperity.

During the 1930s, the New Deal demonstrated the willingness of the United States government to
a) strictly follow the practices of laissez-faire economics.
b) avoid any economic practices that could be labeled as socialistic.
c) provide military aid to European nations fighting against fascism.
d) become more involved in the direction of the United States' economy

At the beginning of both World War I and World War II, the initial policy of the United States was to
a) remain neutral
b) create naval blockades
c) provide military assistance
d) end ties with the warring countries

I pledge you, pledge myself, to a New Deal for the American people. (1932) This promise of a new deal for the American people was made by which U.S. president?
a) Richard Nixon
b) Woodrow Wilson
c) Theodore Roosevelt
d) Franklin Roosevelt

The direct cause of U.S. involvement in World War II was
a) Germany's invasion of Poland
b) the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
c) Sinking of the Lusitania by Germany
d) Italian mistreatment of foreign nationals by the US

The Holocaust of World War II generally refers to the
a) treatment of Chinese people by Japan in the late 1930s.
b) bombing of the interior regions of Germany by Allied bombers
c) internment of Japanese-Americans in the United States during World War II.
d) planned murder of Jews, gypsies, communists, and others by the German government.

Which of these was the basic idea of the New Deal?
a) the Supreme Court is responsible to the executive branch
b) Energy production should be solely the concern of private enterprise
c) States’ rights have priority over rights of the federal government
d) the federal government has a major responsibility for ensuring economic prosperity

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