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- Guam - Philippines - Puerto Rico: All of these territories came under the control of the United States following what conflict?
a) Mexican War
b) World War I
c) War of 1812
d) Spanish - American War

The MOST important result of the Spanish American War was that it
a) spread democracy to Latin America.
b) secured a safe source of raw materials for US industry.
c) guaranteed the independence of Mexico from Spanish control.
d) set up a colonial empire for the U.S. and set the U.S. on the road to empire.

Which group was founded by W.E.B. DuBois and others in 1909 to promote equal treatment of Blacks in America?
a) The Black Panthers
b) The Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)
c) The Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC)
d) The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

Which of these was a characteristic of the Progressive movement?
a) Which of these was a characteristic of the Progressive movement?
b) efforts to increase the control held by the nation's elite, upper class citizens
c) passage of Civil Rights legislation to end segregation and discrimination in the south
d) work towards the removal of corrupt influences on local, state, and national government

The 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments to the Constitution were undermined by all of the following EXCEPT
a) Jim Crow Laws.
b) literacy tests.
c) Plessy v. Ferguson.
d) Brown v. Board of Education.

Upton Sinclair's The Jungle impacted the passage of the
a) Twentieth Amendment.
b) Eighteenth Amendment.
c) Nineteenth Amendment.
d) Meat Inspection Act in 1906.

The direct election of U.S. Senators, women's suffrage, and greater government regulation of large industries were all issues of importance in the early 1900s to the
a) Democrats
b) Federalists
c) Know-Nothings
d) Progressives

The U.S. Supreme Court case Plessy v. Ferguson, (1896) determined that segregation was acceptable under the condition that
a) all children receive permission to attend the same school.
b) whites receive higher quality facilities and services than blacks.
c) the segregation laws did not spread outside of the Southern states.
d) the separate facilities or services for both races be of equal quality.

Jane Addams's Hull House of the late-19th century was
a) supported and funded by Congress.
b) ruled to be unconstitutional in 1901
c) created to help adjust immigrants into the United States.
d) created to help adjust immigrants into the United States.

The purpose of Jim Crow laws was to
a) prevent black citizens from obtaining employment.
b) limit the religious activities of southern citizens.
c) create as much division between the races as possible.
d) make it illegal for black children to receive an education.

The Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine called for
a) investing in the economic development of Latin America.
b) pledging to help Japan and Russia negotiate a peace settlement.
c) prohibiting foreign countries from purchasing land in the Western Hemisphere.
d) intervening in Latin American countries that could not pay their debt to European creditors.

In 1882, Congress passed an exclusion act which prevented the immigration of workers from what country for 10 years?
a) China
b) Ireland
c) Japan
d) Mexico

As a result of the Spanish American War, the US gained control of
a) Morocco
b) Puerto Rico
c) the Panama Canal
d) the Hawaiian Islands

A major reason why the United States oversaw the building of the Panama Canal was to
a) fulfill our treaty obligations to Spain.
b) increase the prosperity of Central America.
c) insure the re-election of President McKinley.
d) increase the mobility of the U.S. naval fleet.

Those who favored American imperial expansion in the late 19th and early 20th century believed it would
a) provide bases for the U.S. Navy.
b) act as a buffer zone from invasion.
c) lower taxes on middle-class Americans.
d) decrease immigration to the United States.

When World War I began, the official United States policy was
a) to enter on the side of the Allied Powers.
b) to enter on the side of the Central Powers.
c) to remain militarily and politically neutral.
d) to support the Central Powers by providing war materials.

Which of these was a factor in the United States entrance in World War I?
a) the invasion of Poland
b) Japan's invasion of China
c) The Axis threat to the Panama Canal
d) German unrestricted submarine warfare

In what is known as The Great Migration, large numbers of African Americans moved from the rural south to northern cities, beginning in the early twentieth century. What motivated this large-scale movement?
a) the Emancipation Proclamation
b) the opportunity to serve in the military in World War I
c) job openings due to industrial growth in northern cities
d) competition for jobs from immigrants moving into southern states

Which of these caused the United States to become involved in World War I?
a) the German invasion of Poland
b) repeated violation of treaties by Japan
c) enemy bombing of American military bases

Which of these provisions of the Treaty of Versailles was the most crucial to what President Woodrow Wilson sought in the hope that World War I would be a war to end all wars?
a) freedom of the seas to neutral nations
b) the establishment of the League of Nations
c) burdening Germany with heavy reparations to help pay for war damages
d) forcing Germany and the Central Powers to give up their overseas colonies

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